The Source News on Global Digital – 12 September 2019

Coming up today on The Source News, we hear about the two teenagers charged in relation to the Sunshine Coast bushfires, the potential prospect of an Indigenous War memorial in Brisbane’s Anzac Square, the impact of illegal massage parlours on the … [Read more...]

School hosts Indigenous games carnival

Ceremonial spears

WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are warned that the following story contains names of persons who have died. MICHAEL SLEEP Salisbury State School celebrated Indigenous culture and learning with the launch of their first … [Read more...]

T21 Motorcycle Run raising awareness for Down Syndrome

DEMI LYNCH Owen Rowe was born with down syndrome. Six months after he was born his mother, Michelle Rowe realised there wasn't enough awareness on the disability. "When he was born I really didn't know much about it," Mrs Rowe … [Read more...]

Workshop for parents striving for inclusive education

DEMI LYNCH Community Resource Unit (CRU) will be hosting 'Working Together for Inclusive Schools: Leadership, Community Campaigning and Influencing Others Leadership', a workshop for parents who have children with a disability. The … [Read more...]

Brisbane school celebrates 20 years of changing lives

TAYLA SUDALL   A Brisbane school for at-risk girls has celebrated its 20th birthday with a reunion lunch for former and current students. Christine Hill, Principal at Carinity Education Southside, said the school has been working … [Read more...]

$120 million boost to benefit Indigenous communities

KRISTINA BÅTNES HESTDAHL Indigenous communities across Queensland will benefit from a $120 million boost over four years to improve water, wastewater and solid waste infrastructure. Minister for Local Government and Aboriginal and Torres … [Read more...]

TAFE Queensland launch national skills week

SAM MUGGLETON The seventh annual National Skills Week launched on Monday, with TAFE Queensland and Worldskills Australia leading the celebration. Worldskills Australia CEO Brett Judd chaired the event as members of the Queensland Government and … [Read more...]

Childhood educators protest in Queensland this week

JANA GABRIJEL Early Childhood educators in Queensland are walking off the job this week in a protest about wages. The walkout is planned for this Thursday, 7 September, at 3:20 pm, to signify the time employees fundamentally start working … [Read more...]

Technology leads the way for disability education

LOTTEY WILLSHIRE. Queensland disability services provider, Endeavour Foundation, is leading the way in modern special education by using state of the art virtual reality technology. A partnership forged between the foundation and Queensland … [Read more...]

Food for thought at NAIDOC Week 2017

TALISA ELEY Food is close to the heart for Gold Coast Indigenous leader Annie Woodcock. She showcased the humble bush scone known as “Johnny Cakes” at the 2017 NAIDOC Celebrations at Griffith University Gold Coast campus in July. For the … [Read more...]