Micah Challenge speaks out on corruption reform

As the G20 summit unfolds, advocates from around the world have descended on Brisbane to voice their concerns to world leaders on everything  from climate change to refugees. Amanda Jackson and Coralie Diebold joined us from Micah Challenge to … [Read more...]

Protests – live coverage from @thesourcenews1 reporters on the scene

ELIZABETH ANDAL Here is the latest on the spot coverage of the G20 protests in Brisbane from our Griffith University journalism students on the ground, tweeting to our South Bank newsroom shared with the Brisbane Times and … [Read more...]

Anonymous commits to peaceful protests despite being forced to unmask

KRYSTAL GORDON AND MELANIE WHITING A 44 year old Dinmore man has been charged for wearing a mask during a protest in the G20 declared area. Media reports indicate the man was wearing a Guy Fawkes mask which is the trademark of activist group … [Read more...]

G20 kicks off, police make only four arrests

KRYSATL GORDON Queensland Police say they are pleased with the protests that took place today with only four G20 protest related arrests. Deputy Police Commissioner Ross Barnett said there were no incidents affecting motorcades, the spouses … [Read more...]

Evening News Burst – 14 November 2014

Krystal Gordon and Jessica Henderson bring you the latest headlines on The Source News evening burst. … [Read more...]

What G20 means to Queer Queenslanders under conservative Govt

MATTHEW WILLIAMS With the eyes of the world squarely on Brisbane this week, marginalised groups are using the media spotlight to draw attention to their causes. University of Queensland student and Queer Collective member Michele Russel … [Read more...]

Turkish PM: Climate change a critical issue

JODIE DEAN Climate change is the biggest issue facing humanity today, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu told a G20 pre-summit conference in Brisbane today. A keynote speaker at Griffith University's Strengthening Global Growth … [Read more...]

Turkish PM calls for more inclusivity in world economics

AUDREY COURTY Low-income countries need to have a stronger voice in world economics, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu says. Speaking at Griffith University’s pre G20 summit conference today, Mr Davutoğlu said world stability depends … [Read more...]

Tibetan activists call on World Leaders at G20

JOSHUA WELLS A Tibetan activist who claims to have been shot at and tortured in his homeland protested for a free Tibet in Brisbane today ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s arrival tonight. A banner that read “China fails human rights, … [Read more...]

Police add to G20 prohibited persons list

BRENT ROW Queensland Police have released the name and photograph of a man who has been placed on the prohibited persons list for this weekend's G20 Leaders' Summit. Gavin George Begbie, 47, is the twelfth man prohibited from the G20 … [Read more...]