Woven in the Wind

Vanessa Bartholomew- September 26, 2018

Discovering the fabrics and faces of Jaipur's Hawa Mahal Bazaar. Read the story here: Woven in the Wind Read More

Jaipur: The Orange City

Shirley Luy- September 26, 2018

Jaipur, best known as India's pink city, is speckled with copper orange tones. Read the full story here. Read More

A Place of Reflection

Julia Enchelmaier- September 26, 2018

When you look around Jaipur it soon becomes evident that it is inevitable to see the reflection of the vibrant colours in architecture, dress and ... Read More

Who thought being a foreign correspondent could be this much fun?

Bruce Woolley- September 27, 2017

  Twenty UQ journalism students, two staff, four days of travel through three different countries, seven days of reporting in Jaipur India, and more than ... Read More

Ondel-ondel and a modern Jakarta

Elora Ghea- May 21, 2017

Indonesia has a diverse legacy of art and culture. One subset of this is Betawi culture from Jakarta. The Betawi traditional artform of Ondel-ondel has ... Read More

The beef with Indonesia’s meat policy

Timothy Swanston- April 22, 2017

Indonesia's impressive economic growth in recent years has been coupled with a rapid expansion of its middle class, a group of consumers who have a ... Read More

Anies wins Jakarta Governor Elections after bitter campaign

Justin Lillecrapp- April 22, 2017

After a bitter and tense campaign that divided the city of Jakarta voters took to the polls to decide their new Governor. "UQ in Indonesia" ... Read More

We are Greek: Australian Hellenophobia during WW1

Will Atkins- October 31, 2019

Introduction Growing up, I heard stories from my Greek family about Hellenophobia—discrimination against Greeks—in Australia which didn’t end until the 80s. But I was never ... Read More

Investigation: Television Addiction and Binging Culture

Will Atkins- October 24, 2019

Bryan Cranston opened the host-less 71st Primetime Emmy Awards with an ode to television: “Television has never been bigger. Television has never mattered more. And ... Read More

The Secret Life of Duboisia

Makenna Baily- October 18, 2019

The South Burnett Region boasts the largest proportion of the world's Duboisia, yet it remains one of Australia's most well-kept secrets. Read more about the ... Read More

Wildlife Rescuers Suffer in the Drought

Rachael Rosel- October 18, 2019

Full-time wildlife rescuers Kayleen England and Col Newson are pushing through the worst conditions they've ever seen. Read the story here. Read More

When It Rains, It Rains Dollars: Combatting the Drought in Regional Queensland

Daisy Siddall- October 18, 2019

The ongoing drought is causing Queensland’s farmers untold concern, but South Burnett locals remain stoic and optimistic.  Peter Angel’s cattle farm has been in the ... Read More

The Ration Shed: The Heart of Cherbourg

Makenna Baily- October 18, 2019

The Ration Shed Museum celebrated its 15th Birthday earlier this month on the 4th of October.  Located in the heart of Cherbourg, the cultural and historical ... Read More

Local artist and youth tasked with reclaiming Murgon public spaces

Dante Aloni- October 17, 2019

Watch the video HERE Local Indigenous artist, Kane Brunjes, has been tasked with reclaiming and reshaping Murgon's public spaces. Working alongside youth volunteers, Kane's work ... Read More

Animal rescue services run off their feet in the South Burnett

Ted Roker- October 17, 2019

Wildlife is on the move and that's what makes this time of year trauma season on our roads. Animal rescue services are working night and ... Read More

Calls for More Mental Health Funding in Queensland’s Rural Areas

Ted Roker- October 17, 2019

In drought hit Queensland, rain is not the only thing in short supply. It can take weeks to access mental health support in Queensland’s rural ... Read More

$3 million footpath to connect Murgon and Cherbourg: Road to resistance or pathway to peace?

Makenna Baily- October 17, 2019

Earlier this year, the Australian Government announced $3 million in funding to develop a footpath connecting the communities of Murgon and Cherbourg, but the project ... Read More

The Hidden Cultural Hub of the South Burnett

Chelsea Clark- October 16, 2019

Wondai is one of the many small Queensland towns that has been left off the Google Street View trail for the last ten years. Google ... Read More

Murgon PCYC’s Byte Nite continues despite lack of formal funding

Rachael Rosel- October 16, 2019

Murgon PCYC’s fortnightly Byte Nite has no plans of slowing down despite unpredictable funding. Police Sergeant Rene Boyd, manager of the South Burnett PCYC, said ... Read More