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Rohingya Refugees in Jaipur

Jasmine Hines- October 29, 2018

A Rohingya refugee shares how his father helped him flee Myanmar when he was just a child. A Rajasthan Government representative and local Rajasthani weigh-in ... Read More

Student Directors Showcase Talent at UQ Theatre Festival

Jessica Paul- October 19, 2018

It’s no secret there are few industries more competitive than acting. The obvious pathway is through doing it, and herein lays a catch 22. In ... Read More

Alpacas, Sushi, and Fairy Bread, The HASS International Picnic

Matthew Johnson- October 7, 2018

The Natural Amphitheatre at The University of Queensland played host to one of nature’s most gentle creatures, the alpaca. On the 13th of September HASS ... Read More

Inaugural NRL Women’s Premiership kicks off

Jessica Paul- September 14, 2018

At Suncorp Stadium on Sunday afternoon, the Brisbane Broncos women’s team made history as part of the first ever round of the National Rugby League ... Read More

The Dark Third – Even As the Light Grows Review

Joseph Melican- September 13, 2018

Even As the Light Grows in the debut album release from Auckland, New Zealand progressive rock band The Dark Third. Formed originally in 2013 by ... Read More

The bizarre Brisbane case of the colour-shifting orange

Ciara Jones- September 13, 2018

Keperra mum Neti Moffitt sliced an orange as a snack for her two-year old son and left part of it on the bench. Overnight, it ... Read More

Queensland Ballet-Ambitious and Dreaming Big

Chelsea Clark- September 9, 2018

For the longest time, Queensland Ballet was a small ballet company. They had 35 dancers and 60 staff members and were making around $2.4 million ... Read More

Dual Hearts Digital Photo Project

Natalya Naumova- June 26, 2018

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Fighting India’s HIV Stigma

McKenna Lea- October 17, 2017

Issues with education and awareness of HIV and AIDS in India has resulted in large amounts of discrimination and stigma surrounding this issue nationwide. Jaipur ... Read More

Coloured bins designed to clean up Jakarta

Dana Sherwood- April 17, 2017

It’s 10am in Jakarta. Locals flock to Fatahillah Square where vibrantly painted bicycles, traditional Javanese music and children’s laughter illustrate another peaceful day. It’s loud, ... Read More

Working Away

Anthony Frangi- December 1, 2016

By Nazlee Salami Times are tough and working extra hard to make ends meet is not uncommon. This series documents the difficult life of my ... Read More