Music Hall opens doors for local acts

Tia Gostelow The Fortitude Music Hall

BRIDGETTE ALI Brisbane’s local music talent are set to have a brighter spotlight shining on them thanks to the latest addition to the city’s already stellar line-up of music venues, The Fortitude Music Hall.   The Fortitude Music Hall … [Read more...]

Motorsport evens field for female competitors

Avalon Biddle preparing the Kawasaki 400cc for team mate Shelby Turner

TAYLA RELPH Many elite sports create a firm gender gap, with male and female athletes competing separately. But motorsport is different, allowing female athletes to compete in the same events as their male counterparts.   Why? Because … [Read more...]

Stair-climb challenge tackles domestic violence

Starting line of River to Rooftop at Brisbane’s ONE ONE ONE Eagle Street

ATHENA ZELANDONII More than 500 people took to the stairs of the iconic ONE ONE ONE Eagle Street building in Brisbane’s CBD on Friday for the River to Rooftop event, in support of Women’s Legal Service Queensland (WLSQ).   WLSQ’s … [Read more...]

Australia’s Wealth Gap

Over the past few years, an inequality in wealth distribution has snuck its way into the Australian economy. This growing crevasse in the spread of wealth has hit a critical point, becoming what has now been dubbed the Australian Wealth Gap, that … [Read more...]

2019 ELECTION AND FIRST TIME VOTERS

Why are young people so disengaged with politics? And how do you engage a demographic group that’s only focused on their avocado on toast? Tilly Hannan looks at this issue. https://videopress.com/v/fUCY9dKg story Till Hannan … [Read more...]

Sweet Mithi: The river that soured

The ever-expanding city of Mumbai has put immense pressure on the natural environment. Mumbai’s largest river, the mighty Mithi, now turned into a stormwater drain, wends through the city carrying with it the garbage and the sewage of millions. On … [Read more...]

Remarkable Tales podcast from Woodford

https://soundcloud.com/user-101730111/episode-15-woodford-folk-festival In this episode of Remarkable Tales, we take you to the Woodford Folk Festival. The Griffith University student newsroom based on site has gathered tales from throughout … [Read more...]

Create Your Own Message of Peace at Woodford Folk Festival

by Anna Dreyer Amongst the dusty streets and festival sounds a small sanctuary beckons Woodford Folk Festival goers for a moment of peace. Featuring a large bed, crisp white sheets and rainbow cushions, the Embedding Peace installation pays … [Read more...]

Butterflies for Biodiversity

By Connie Savage The famous butterfly walk at Woodford Folk Festival Photo by Connie Savage Wandering around Woodford Folk Festival you may have noticed areas with large colourful signs emblazoned with the message: ‘RESERVED FOR … [Read more...]

Julie-Ann Lambourne urges entrepreneurs to embrace their mistakes

by Jade McGarry Julie-Ann Lambourne speaks of her brave mistakes at the Woodford Folk Festival photo by Dylan Crawford @seewhatdsees Adversities have not defeated Julie-Ann Lambourne, they have created her. Sharing her story of overcoming … [Read more...]