With increased competition from online and international universities, Australia’s tertiary education system may be in need of change.
Four young Muslim men discuss their experiences in Australia
An interactive timeline showing Queensland’s LGBTI rights from the past to present.
Debate over journalism education is as relevant as ever
Data journalism isn’t new, but ease of access to business and government information via the internet is opening up new possibilities for storytelling.
News Limited are changing their business model to reflect the turbulent newspaper industry.
As new media rises to the forefront of the industry, companies are adapting and revolutionising the way the newsroom operates.
On Saturday 19th August, Muslims from all over Brisbane gathered in Svoboda Park, Kuraby to celebrate the end of Ramadan.
Dan McMahon, the principal of high school Shalom College, insists that moving Year 7 into high school is vital for the improvement of our education system.
Despite the big media companies Fairfax, News Ltd. and APN slashing staff levels recently, there are some who will benefit from the restructuring.
Students suffer daily delays to University as Brisbane’s public transport lacks reliability and capacity.
Channel 9 is again working with students from the UQ School of Journalism and Communication, in honing their broadcast television skills.
Post-graduate communication students from the School of Journalism and Communication are on a quest to find out more about the UQ community as part of the tenth Diversity Week celebrations.
SJC students produced three video news stories on the impact of pesticide run-off into the Great Barrier Reef lagoon
YVote hits the LNP and ALP campaign launches. We find out if it’s impolite to speak about politics at the dinner table. And will you be voting on policy or personality? The results are in!
The games industry has long played second fiddle to larger entertainment industries like films and music, but it hasn’t looked back since drastically outpacing both of them in growth in 2007.
The recent helicopter scandal, involving the sacking of two young journalists and a producer after a faked location during a live cross on the Channel Nine evening news, should act as a warning to aspiring journalists everywhere.
Music festivals have become staple of the Australian summer. But with a tough economy is 2011 going to be a bummer summer for festival promoters?
What’s that? Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it’s some dude in a make shift superhero costume!
Voices of The World is an online newspaper and magazine created by international volunteer organisation Projects Abroad thats aim is to encourage aspiring journalists to express their views and opinions.
Film production specialist Mark Wee and puppeteer Brian Craddock are co-producing a Brisbane based independent zombie film called End Game.
University of Queensland journalism students are reporting from the Brisbane Exhibition again this year as part of an internship program with Channel Nine.