Tag: community

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

Finding fresh air in The Big Durian

Holly Richardson- June 1, 2018

In the midst of Jakarta, the capital of the fourth most populated country in the world, fresh air is hard to find. As the city ... Read More

Banning Mumbai’s iconic Victoria horses: what will the consequences be?

John Ballot- October 16, 2016

https://soundcloud.com/john-ballot/banning-mumbais-iconic-victoria-horses by John Ballot Along Mumbai's famous Marine Drive, tourists can be seen getting into large silver carriages that will take them around the tourist ... Read More

Building lives in construction sites

Morgaine- October 10, 2016

By Morgaine Auton In Mumbai, and indeed throughout India, construction workers are often signed to companies. This is no different from anywhere else in the ... Read More

Finding Spirituality in the Holy Land

Connie Li- October 9, 2016

By Connie Li Connie reports on finding inner peace and spirituality in India. (more…) Read More

Misconceptions of Dharavi

Connie Li- October 7, 2016

By Connie Li An encounter with Asia's largest slum - Connie Li tells of her discoveries. (more…) 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

Marriage equality debate rages on

Rachel Quilligan- November 8, 2012

The clash of views on gay marriage continues despite concessions from lobby groups on both sides of the debate. Read More

Queensland steps backward on gay rights

WingShan Yu- October 21, 2012

An interactive timeline showing Queensland’s LGBTI rights from the past to present. Read More

The long history of Australia’s Muslim community

michaelcruickshank- October 20, 2012

Islam is not a new addition to Australian religious landscape, they do in fact have a long history on the continent. Read More

Paying for kindy costs Queensland’s chance to catch up

Amalia Buckerfield- October 5, 2012

The Queensland government has been struggling to catch up with other high-achieving states; the introduction of prep, the entrance age for year 1 being raised ... Read More

More steps needed for dance studio funding

Tara Lowe- September 20, 2012

Despite having Olympic sport status for 13 years Dancesport has never been included in an Olympic Games and it has struggled with funding and recognition. Read More