Day: October 13, 2020

Pandemic claims Noosa Tri

By Andi-Bianca Haddow The most profitable weekend in Noosa – the 38th Noosa Triathlon – has been cancelled following COVID-19 concerns. It’s disappointed small business owners who were hoping to have an economic influx in the wake of the pandemic.

Lambie stops the Coalition’s mobile phone ban for detainees

By Nick Ridley The Morrison Government’s proposition for a new law, which would have allowed immigration officials to take communication devices from asylum seekers without a warrant, has been blocked by Senator Jacqui Lambie.

Positives in pandemic for UQ Rugby

By Tom Primmer The University of Queensland rugby club has bounced back from the adverse effects of COVID-19 and is beginning to see the silver linings of the pandemic.

Brisbane’s industrial real estate booms during COVID-19 chaos

By Sabrina Walker Brisbane’s industrial real estate has experienced a major boom due to soaring demand brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Industrial spaces in Brisbane have become safe havens for investors with online, logistics and manufacturing businesses thriving as

Brisbane street art still booming

By Annelise Crilly Brisbane’s Street Art Festival is always a source of excitement and inspiration and even Covid restrictions couldn’t stop this year’s magic. Hand painted murals are popping up all over the city bringing new life to the streets.

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UQ college accused of discrimination during Covid-19 procedures

By Sophie McManus Students at prestigious University of Queensland college, Duchesne, have accused staff of discrimination and unfair treatment. They claim they are experiencing serious mental health problems at the hands of their administration.

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