Creating Creative Tension – The End of The Line Festival Launch

LAUREN BICKLEY Woolloongabba’s first The End of The Line Festival kicked off some new traditions as part of the G20 Cultural celebrations. The Festival refered to the role Little Logan Road Cul de Sac plays in Brisbane’s public transport … [Read more...]

Electric tricycle service gears up to help transport during G20

LAUREN BICKLEY With expectations for G20 involving widespread road congestion, people are likely to turn to unorthodox methods of travel. While many motorists are making plans to stay off the roads over the next few weeks, Goodwill Bike Co. … [Read more...]

Women gather to walk for freedom

LAUREN BICKLEY Women nationally and globally gathered in public places to walk in one line with one mission, for freedom. Every single year, millions of women are victims of sex slave trafficking. Victimised women are often abused … [Read more...]

He’s still got that X Factor! (Audio)

 LAUREN BICKLEY While The X Factor season may be over for this year, for X Factor 2012 finalist Jason Owen the dream has only just started. Starting from Dublin Owen will embarking on a 9500km road trip along the Australian East Coast … [Read more...]

Last band standing

LAUREN BICKLEY A local primary school’s drum and fife marching band will celebrate their 50th anniversary in 2015 and it looks like they will be the only ones doing so. Once a thriving tradition, primary school marching bands are on the … [Read more...]

From the News Desk 18-09-2014

The Source's round up of the top news stories this week. Sydney anti-terror raids Scottish independence vote Japanese Antarctic whaling operations to resume  Heavy truck bypass suggested to save cyclist lives Allegations regarding Baby … [Read more...]

Creativity meets community at the Valley Fiesta

LAUREN BICKLEY Brisbane’s biggest street party Valley Fiesta showcased an amazing lineup across two days on 23-24 August. Artists such as the Preatures, Allday and Dan Sultan were part of the free for all-ages outdoor festival. Hundreds … [Read more...]