Changing the lives of Refugees at Harmony Place

MARIAN JOSEPH Last year 65.3 million people were forcibly displaced from their home countries as a result of persecution, conflict, generalised violence and human rights violations. Of 65.3 million, 21.3 million were refugees. Imagine, … [Read more...]

Magpie season in full swoop

MARIAN JOSEPH According to, Queensland is the magpie attack capital of Australia, with 29.5% of attacks in 2015 occurring in the Sunshine State. Urban ecologist at the University of South Australia, Professor Chris Daniels, says … [Read more...]

BrisVegan Fest changing the face of Veganism

MARIAN JOSEPH The Brisbane Vegan Festival not only supplied attendees with yummy vegan food and market stalls, but also aimed to educate people about healthy vegan diets and lifestyle. The festival, at the Leagues Services Club in West End … [Read more...]

Cultural development through the Arts

MARIAN JOSEPH Arts and crafts have long since been proven to play a central role in young children’s learning and creative development. The Queensland Gallery of Modern Art aims to encourage cultural development in young children by … [Read more...]

Lewis Taylor optimistic about Lions future

MARIAN JOSEPH Brisbane Lions midfielder, Lewis Taylor is feeling confident about the next three years after addressing the media yesterday about re-signing with the club. After year-long negotiations, Taylor has re-signed with the club and … [Read more...]