Bulimia rise in high school students

Eating disorders are the 3rd most common chronic illness in young women today. Recent research from 'Eating Disorders Victoria' shows one in five girls will experience an eating disorder. Some believe it’s all social media’s fault, whilst others say … [Read more...]

Oz Comic-Con prop weapons safety

Questions are being asked about the safety of Australian comic conventions after a man entered a recent comic convention in Phoenix, in the United states, carrying 4 loaded guns and a knife. With Brisbane's Oz Comic con fast approaching in … [Read more...]

Marriage Law and mental health

The Mental Health of those most affected by the Australian Marriage Law debate must be considered during the postal survey, says the National Mental Health Commission. Jake Day reports. … [Read more...]

Marriage Law postal survey explainer

Australia's Marriage Law Survey has officially begun. Jake Day reports. … [Read more...]

Residents concerned as mining begins at Bald Hills

MEG BOLTON Despite seven years of resident action aimed at stopping the plans, sand and gravel extraction has started in Bald Hills. Residents bordering the site area, 30 minutes north of Brisbane, are concerned the works will disrupt the local … [Read more...]

Brisbane ID scanners “an international joke”

Problems with Queensland's lockout laws are frustrating local clubs and pubs. Many are now asking... Have Queensland's lockout laws and ID scanners ruined Brisbane's international reputation as a 'new world city'? Jessica Mylne reports. … [Read more...]

Distracting drivers a killer on QLD roads

MEG BOLTON The RACQ has just released new research showing 85 per cent of high school students admit to being a distracting car passenger. Queensland’s males aged 17-24 were identified to be most at risk of being involved in a crash and were also … [Read more...]

Brisbane rallies for marriage equality

DEMI LYNCH     Thousands took to  the streets of Brisbane last weekend to rally for marriage equality. The same-sex marriage campaigners gathered on the corner of George and Elizabeth street in Queens Garden on Sunday to … [Read more...]

Queensland says goodbye to plastic bags

MEG BOLTON The Queensland Government has announced a state-wide ban on plastic bags, to take effect next year. From July 1, 2018, the Sunshine State will say goodbye to complementary bags at the checkout, forcing Queenslanders to either pay up or … [Read more...]

Logan Chamber of Commerce to Host Barra Tank Business Pitch Event with Kevin Harrington

The Logan Chamber of Commerce held a Pitch Workshop for the Barra Tank Event. Hopeful applicants met at Griffith University to hone their pitching skills. Magdalena Gaweda reports. … [Read more...]