“This is how we do it,” Aunty Nandy would tell me, teaching me to make island scones or cook enough rice and yam for a horde of hungry dancers.
When was the last time you were told a story?
“When a lot of the media coverage was happening at the start of this year, a lot of us felt like it was wrongly labeling everybody from Logan to be like that, when we all know that’s not true.”
Taking over the reigns of the Fortitude Valley State School P&C only a couple of months ago, Anthony Holcroft has been thrust into the role of helping lead a community campaign to stop the possible closure of the school.
“Everybody’s now part of the dreaming in this country, and it’s important for people to have that knowledge and not think of it as separate to them.” Fred Leone.
Every month, a car park behind a bank in West End transforms into a vibrant marketplace with live music, sizzling food, a bar and, of course, an eclectic array of stalls.
Nestled in the quiet backstreets of Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley, Dress for Success provides corporate attire to unemployed people struggling to join or return to the workforce and offers support to get them back on their feet.
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’.