“It’s not the stories that changed Australia,” ABC TV reporter Sarah Ferguson told journalists last week. “Good writing and visual production – that’s what changed Australia.”
Best mates Jimmy Leahey-Butler and Christopher Ryan are embarking on a six-month motorbike journey from the tip of North America to the southernmost point of South America.
Local venues around the state will play host to a very festive fundraising event this year, it might just be in your backyard.
Colour stations set up along the five kilometre course welcomed the runners with bursts of coloured powder and clouds of powder could be seen from across the course.
Up to 40 tonnes of fresh, dried, frozen and packaged products move through the Foodbank Queensland warehouse each day – donations from companies and farmers considered ‘unsaleable’.
What’s the best way to address social problems? It’s a question that has vexed people for years, but a group of passionate Brisbanites think they have got it worked out.
While not exactly current I would like to share a story that I am sure many people will still find very relevant.This may sound purely like a story about me at first, but stay with me and you will see where I’m going with this. I am currently in the process of putting together an application to be sent as a participant to the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, which is a lead up event to the G20, and I have to provide a research topic on “Enhancing economic, social and environmental pillars through sustainable development”. Now having done ancient Greek and Roman history in Primary school there is a proverb that has stayed with me this whole time which… Read More →