Month: April 2013

New art boss for city

After almost two decades overseas, Queenslander Chris Saines is back home to take over the running of the internationally acclaimed Queensland Art Gallery and GOMA. His first day on the job was celebrated with warm and colourful welcome. Molly Glassey

Racing NSW dismisses calls for judicial inquiry

Racing New South Wales has dismissed calls by Independent Senator Nick Xenophon for a judicial inquiry into horse racing, following the controversial clash between horse owner John Singleton and trainer Gai Waterhouse on Saturday. Singleton sacked the legendary trainer, following

Weekend wins for the Reds, Broncos and Lions

In sport, Queensland saw a three-way victory in the footy over the weekend. Although celebration is in order, our teams have already started focusing and preparing for their upcoming games this week. Bianca Britton reports.

Island classic race in its 5th year

It may look like fun but for a group of avid kayakers, a race around Macleay Island in Moreten Bay is serious business. Forty-four competitors took the challenge to determine the fastest paddler around the 15 kilometre course. Pippa Sheehan

Brisbane’s RAW artists shine

By Alicia Moo On 22 March Brisbane’s creative underground scene came alive as local artists were given the opportunity to showcase their talents at RAW natural born artists first 2013 show.

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