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Backpacking trip cut short

Daisy Siddall- January 29, 2021

Dom Johnston was celebrating his university graduation by backpacking through Europe. His trip was cut short by the threat of COVID19 as cities began to ... Read More

Covid-19 reveals the insecurity of tenant’s rights in queensland

Daisy Siddall- January 29, 2021

The University of Queensland JacDigital journalism student Daisy Siddall talks about the challenges she faced producing a story during COVID19. UQ School of Communication and ... Read More

Living with Cystic Fibrosis amid Covid-19

Ashleigh Allerton- January 29, 2021

The wake of the COVID19 pandemic has left many of us feeling anxious among the uncertainty and eager for normality to return. For the more ... Read More

Arts and the impact of Covid-19

Chelsea Clark- January 29, 2021

Chelsea Clark The University of Queensland Chelsea Clark produced a story on the Arts and the impact #COVID19 had on performers and organisations. Queensland Ballet ... Read More

David vs Goliath in the student rental market

Chloe Cufflin- January 29, 2021

JacDigital Chloe Cufflin reports on a common issue that renters face and one that affected her. Chloe remembers as a 19-year-old university student it was ... Read More

Inala Bushcare

Chloe Cufflin- January 29, 2021

Chloe Cufflin The University of Queensland JacDigital reporter Chloe Cufflin went to the Inala Bushcare group, residents who volunteer and spend their time revegetating the ... Read More

The vehicle of sport

Finn Morton- January 29, 2021

JacDigital's Finn Morton reports on the 10th anniversary of the Murri Rugby League carnival at Redcliffe's Dolphin Stadium. The carnival is an important event on ... Read More

Christopher’s Story: Homophobia in the School Yard

Bella Schwarzenecker- December 1, 2020

"I was part of a school community that made fun of every single personality trait I had. This made me question who I was. But ... Read More

The Rise of Malaria in Australia Explained

Will Atkins- May 14, 2019

Malaria in Australia Between 1991 and 2014, cases of malaria in Australia declined. But according to data from the NNDSS, the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance ... Read More

“Don’t Risk it” Mathias Cormann criticises Labor on national security

Matthew Johnson- December 6, 2018

On the last sitting day of parliament for the year, senators discussed a Home Affairs legislation amendment. Whilst discussing the amendment, Liberal Party Senator Mathias ... Read More

Election breach declared in student referendum

Matthew Johnson- December 1, 2018

Between the 12th and 16th  November this year the student union at the University of Queensland held a referendum regarding the process for changing the ... Read More

Hedda Project cements itself as indispensable experience for students

Matthew Johnson- November 26, 2018

The Hedda Project was one of the strands that made up the inaugural Vanguard Theatre Festival, from October 24th to October 26th this year at ... Read More