Tag: Brisbane

Robi’s Game

Jasmine Hines- October 29, 2018

Follow Robi as he recounts his life in a Bangladesh refugee camp after winning his semi-final soccer game in Brisbane, Australia. This is part three of ... Read More

Growing a sense of student community at The Garden

Ana Vujanic- October 7, 2018

University is touted as an exciting and opportunity-filled space, but for many students it’s an isolating place. The Garden is an initiative that seeks to ... 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

Touch Football in a League of its own

Ted Roker- September 4, 2018

Plans to expand the NRL Touch premiership are already under way after the conclusion of the inaugural event, one month ago. The National Rugby League’s ... Read More

Raghuvir Shekhawat: the award-winning screenwriter who hates watching TV

Sophie Wright- October 13, 2016

By Sophie Wright Diya Aur Baati Hum aired over 1500 episodes and was the top rated television show in India for three years. As the ... Read More

Flash Mob

Mia Knight- October 7, 2016

By Mia Knight Community group, the Jubilee Wanderers, took to the streets this August to perform a flash mob in Brisbane City. All were welcome ... Read More

An introduction to Mumbai

Sophie Wright- September 25, 2016

By Sophie Wright Mumbai is big. It’s chaotic. The streets are dirty. It smells horrendous. Be prepared to be stared at, followed, and hassled incessantly ... Read More

Science isn’t just for Scientists

Genevieve Worrell- August 26, 2014

  Well known US physicist Professor Lawrence Krauss presented his talk, Cosmic Connections, for the special BrisScience celebration of the 2014 National Science Week at ... Read More

LGBT Community: Sculpture Won’t Cut It.

Genevieve Worrell- July 25, 2014

Story by Selina Dowd The Brisbane City Council’s (BCC) funding of a sculpture commissioned by the New Farm Neighbourhood Centre (NFNC) to celebrate and honour ... Read More

Painting my life afresh

Genevieve Worrell- May 15, 2014

Story by Ervin Liu Student. Artist. Survivor. Kiny Ruharara is a 19-year-old refugee, whose life story is as gripping as his intensely evocative paintings. Mr ... Read More

Inside the life of a topless barmaid

turneb- November 15, 2012

Women of all shapes and sizes work as topless barmaids, but they have two things in common - confidence and a desire for easy money. Read More

The changing face of higher education

Alex Livingstone- November 8, 2012

With increased competition from online and international universities, Australia’s tertiary education system may be in need of change. Read More