Author: Lily Nothling

Innovation and enterprise key to future jobs

By Megan Dennis Produced for online by Lily Nothling Will robots be taking over our jobs? Will the period of retirement be longer? What is the changing face of capitalism? These are just some of the questions experts will answer

Red Cross calls for donors as winter blood supplies dwindle

By Sam Reynolds Produced for online by Lily Nothling Australia has just two days of blood supply left, and the Red Cross are urging volunteers to get back in the chair.

Gold Coast cruise ship terminal not properly assessed, opponents say

Written by Maudy Veltema Produced for online by Lily Nothling A proposed cruise ship terminal for the Gold Coast has cleared its biggest hurdle with federal environmental approval. But activist groups strongly oppose the proposal, saying it hasn’t been assessed

Black lung a concern for Adani Mine, doctors and union say

Written by Ben Downie Produced for online by Lily Nothling Doctors have protested outside the Commonwealth Bank in Sydney, demanding it rule out financial support for Adani’s Carmichael Mine in Queensland.

Advocates call for Royal Commission into treatment of people with disabilities

Written by Batool Al Sallakh Produced for online by Lily Nothling More than 100 top academics from around the country have penned a letter to Malcolm Turnbull calling for a Royal Commission into violence against people with disabilities. Doctors and

Luxury Chanel boomerang causes Indigenous art law controversy

Written by Lily Greer Produced for online by Lily Nothling A $2000 boomerang designed and sold by French label Chanel has sparked the debate over the creative ownership of Indigenous art. The luxury artefact has prompted Bob Katter to renew

Queensland Police under fire for gross mismanagement

Queensland’s Premier and Police Commissioner have fended off a blistering attack from a senior officer. In an article for the Queensland Police Union Journal, Senior Sergeant Phil Notaro accused senior staff of gross mismanagement, which benefits criminals. Caitlin Archbold reports.

Volunteer awards celebrate Queensland’s Good Samaritans

A man who spends 30 hours a week as a coast-watcher is Queensland’s Volunteer of the Year. Allan Tennent received his award at a special ceremony, marking National Volunteer Week. Batool Al Sallakh reports.

Crafty researcher taps into better beer

The craft beer trend is making waves across the nation. Now one Brisbane university researcher is taking it to the next level. He’s attempting to develop a real home grown brew. Samantha Reynolds reports.

Suncorp puts footy on the big screen

There’ll be a few beers consumed at this weekend’s league double header. And footy fans at Suncorp are in for an extra treat, with brand new big screens installed. Megan Dennis reports.