Campus take-over

Dave Whitfield Image by sandid from Pixabay With most Griffith University students mainly studying online, the Nathan campus has been very quiet. However, the forest that surrounds the campus has been a hub of activity. Dave Whitfield … [Read more...]

Silk from the sewer

ISABELLA PORRAS Green bushels of mulberry swaying in the wind The untouched power of wastewater A journey to silk Wastewater, a common enough sight dripping and swirling through storm drains and snaking its way around the bustling … [Read more...]

Explainer: Implementing greenspace In urban development

Indio Myles The Queensland state government has control of the balance between infrastructure growth and the development of green space in urban areas. Where do the main parties stand on prioritising this balance?  The benefits of … [Read more...]

Explainer: Developing Toondah Harbour

Kate Fea Occupying hectares of wetlands and housing hundreds of native species, Cleveland’s Toondah Harbour is an ecological haven, and developers want to cash in on it. PHOTO: Toondah Harbour’s pristine wetlands at low tide (Source: Christie … [Read more...]

Program set to inspire environmental crusaders

Larissa Rose Project 2020

ROSIE BALL A new Gold Coast environmental education and waste management program is preparing to inspire the next generation of environmental crusaders.   Project 2020 – a program designed to educate four to 12-year-old students about … [Read more...]

The Source News on Global Digital – 3 October 2019

Coming up on The Source News, we talk about the premiere of Dracula’s Cabaret new show Muertos, the misuse of pharmaceuticals in Australia and the man who walked free after allegedly putting another man in an induced coma. Also, on the show, we will … [Read more...]

Climate activism votes with its feet

School Strike 4 Climate Brisbane

ATHENA ZELANDONII With mounting scientific data and increasingly urgent warnings being made about the potential effects of climate change, it is perhaps no surprise that people around the world are beginning to take a stand to demand action from … [Read more...]

The Source News on Global Digital – 26 September 2019

Coming up on The Source News, major petrol retailer, Caltex raised petrol prices in South East Queensland at the beginning of school holidays, the release of the Mental Health Commission's 2019 National Report and its role in improving Australia's … [Read more...]

The Source News on Global Digital – 19 September 2019

Coming up today on The Source News, we hear about the climate strikes that are set to take place across the nation tomorrow, the psychological effects of video gaming on children, the Bureau of Meteorology warns of an active storm season and how it … [Read more...]

Eco Expo returns to Brisbane

Eco Expo

AMY GRIFFIN Eco Expo returns to the Brisbane Showgrounds this weekend with the aim of encouraging people to make small eco-friendly changes to their lifestyle.   The three-day event, which runs from September 13 to 15, is bringing a … [Read more...]