“An outdated mode of transport” dividing opinions on the Gold Coast

Isabelle Condon and Simone Smith Welcome to Palm Beach ON a sunny Friday afternoon, Palm Beach residents gathered alongside Tallebudgera Creek, not to enjoy the sand and sun but to passionately defend their way of life. The Gold Coast City … [Read more...]

Out with the Old, In with the New

Tayla Burgess Surfers Paradise then and now Hidden in the suburban sprawl of Gold Coast lies the peaceful oasis of The Gold Coast Historical Museum. A dedicated space to lay tribute to a world before now, showing future generations how … [Read more...]

Titans highlight club focus on reconciliation

Titans Reconciliation Action Plan

ALEXANDRA WELLS The Gold Coast Titans launched their third Reconciliation Action Plan last week showcasing the club’s commitment to involving reconciliation in their business and culture.   The launch of the plan included a performance … [Read more...]

Cultural safety training helps close health gap

Close the gap

HAYDYN EVANS Griffith University’s First Peoples Health Unit is leading the charge when it comes to eliminating racism in Australia’s health care system.   Over the past five years the First Peoples Health Unit has been working to … [Read more...]

Gold Coast yoga studio offers supportive space

Soul Squeeze studio clients

GEORGIA SCHAMPERS AND STAFF WRITERS A Gold Coast mother has embraced COVID-19 lockdown and found a solution for those seeking mental and physical stability during the pandemic by transforming an old work shed on her property into a yoga … [Read more...]

The Source News on Global Digital – 8 October 2020

On today’s episode of The Source News, we discuss how COVID-19 has affected small business owners and how they have adapted to the changes necessary to operate. We will be exploring the immense physical and mental toll that the Coronavirus has had on … [Read more...]

Woongoolba pool closure saddens locals

Woongoolba Aquatic Centre

ALEX WELLS The permanent closure of the City of Gold Coast’s Woongoolba Aquatic Centre has left locals feeling disappointed and potentially facing a long, hot summer.   The Woongoolba pool, which opened 50 years ago in 1970, has been a … [Read more...]

The Source News on Global Digital – 6 October 2020

In today's episode of The Source News, we explore the bush to understand what has caused the re-emergence of rare birds in the local area. We also take a close look at what new technologies have adapted parts of society due to COVID-19's social … [Read more...]

RSPCA Cupcake Day helps animals in need

RSPCA’s Cupcake Day

SERENA HERR The RSPCA’s Cupcake Day is on again this October, encouraging supporters to participate by either hosting a baking party or donating, to raise funds to fight animal cruelty.   Cupcake Day is the RSPCA’s annual national … [Read more...]

Parliament to debate Job-ready Graduates Package

Graduates Photo Courtesy Brett Jordan/Unsplash

ELIZABETH FOSTER, JADE MACBETH AND STAFF WRITERS It’s been a tough few months for the university sector and some experts argue the situation may be about to get worse with the controversial Job-ready Graduates Package scheduled for debate in … [Read more...]