Therapy dog use on the rise in Australia

Darcy the therapy dog

JESSICA MCLAUGHLIN It is not unusual to use physical therapy and rehabilitation to help people recover from accidents or injuries. It’s a tried and tested recovery technique. But in recent years a much newer and much more surprising recovery … [Read more...]

Should wealthy parents pay to send their kids to State-Schools?

TAYLOR ROWE It's a long dividing debate. Should wealthy parents ultimately pay to send their kids to Government-funded State Schools? With a new funding system being announced early next year, government authorities are beginning to feel … [Read more...]

Students act against bullying

ANETA ZILVAROVA Education Minister John-Paul Langbroek has invited Queensland schools to take part in the fourth National Day of Action against bullying and violence on Friday, 21 March 2014. Mr Langbroek said he was determined to put an end to … [Read more...]

Brisbane delegation attends World Youth Day

JONATHON NOONE Staff and students from Brisbane’s Catholic Archdiocese are attending the closing day of the week long World Youth Day festival in Rio de Janeiro. Archbishop Mark Coleridge is accompanying staff and students from Brisbane … [Read more...]