Keeping the peace

SARA WECKERLE Human rights activists from all corners of the Gold Coast attended Soroptimist International’s peace address at Nerang’s Somerville Chapel. The event was held on the 14th of September, ahead of the 2017 United Nations Day of … [Read more...]

Improving disability inclusion on the Gold Coast

SARA WECKERLE On Wednesday September 13th, the annual Gold Coast Inclusive Communities (GCIC) Expo was held at the Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre. The event, an initiative of non-profit organisation Benevolent Society, aimed to improve … [Read more...]

Survivor’s heating up as the Queen falls

ALEX CORBY In a game like Survivor, you need to keep your friends close, but your enemies closer. Especially when your friends are stabbing you in the back. This is exactly what we saw on Monday nights episode, as we witnessed old … [Read more...]

Sinkhole Nearly Destroys Fraser Island Campsite

PATRICK CONNORS Geotechnical engineers are currently assessing the damage done by what appears to be a sinkhole, that has closed campgrounds at Inskip Point near Fraser Island. The damage area is currently about 200 metres long, 50 metres wide … [Read more...]

First ever cello festival in Melbourne

EDWARD GHYSEN The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music will hold their first ever cello festival this month. The festival will run over three days featuring panel discussions, master classes with national and international renowned cellists … [Read more...]

The Source News June 3 2014

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The Source News 27 May 2014

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Lions Legend Simon Black Retires

The impending future of star midfielder Simon Black has been under question since the Brisbane Lions missed out on the finals just over a month ago, but on Friday, fans got the answer they had been waiting for. After 322 games and 15 years of … [Read more...]

WorkCover amendment rushed through state parliament

JONATHAN NOONE A bill to amend the WorkCover legislation is expected to be passed through State Parliament today in the shadow of the State Government’s controversial ‘anti-bikie’ legislation. According to Queensland Council for Civil Liberties … [Read more...]

Abbott reimburses taxpayers for wedding expenses

GABRIELLE SMITH In a media conference held yesterday, Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced he had used government entitlements to attend of two weddings in 2006. While reports have emerged that the PM had already repaid upwards of $1,000 … [Read more...]