Category: Entertainment

Young scientists get on board at the World Science Festival

Some kids live and breath science. But for others it’s clouded by complex words and confusing equations. The World Science Festival is taking young children back to basics, in hope they will see the light. Annie Pullar reports.

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Colouring calms the mind at the World Science Festival

In this hectic life today, juggling work, family and fun. But somewhere along the line humans need to find an effective way to unwind. A workshop at the World Science Festival may have an unusual solution. Maudy Veltema reports.

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Reality and the virtual world become one at World Science Festival

Have you ever wanted to be in a hologram seemingly floating in mid-air? Well at the World Science Festival in Brisbane you can do just that. At special workshops you can transfer your own image to look just like a

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Unique golf course opens in Brisbane CBD

A new entertainment venue has opened in Brisbane combining mini-golf, cocktails and food. Holey Moley is promising to be ‘under par’ in Fortitude Valley. Patrick Goddard reports.

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Super Hornets buzz Brisbane before Riverfire

The RAAF’s Super Hornets buzzed Brisbane’s skyline on Friday, in a flyover practice for Saturday’s Riverfire Festival. They combine with the fireworks for one of the city’s most popular events. Grace Cadden reports.

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Theatre classic making a splash in Brisbane

Rain, rain, and more rain is forecast for the next month at South Bank. QPAC’s production of ‘Singing in the Rain’ opens on Friday night and those in the front seats will get wet! Liana Walker reports.

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Fireworks primed as helicopters put through their paces ahead of Riverfire

On Saturday, Brisbane’s night sky will light up in a fireworks extravaganza, as part of Riverfire. On Thursday, army helicopters went through their paces, in low-level flybys across the city. Madison Scott reports.

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Mysterious creatures amaze onlookers at Sea World

The competition to draw families and the tourist dollar to some of our major attractions in the school holidays is intense. Sea World is hoping some mythical creatures – part woman, part fish – will do the trick. Jed Theed

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Circus goes on despite fears of animal cruelty

A circus using exotic animals in Redbank Plains, has provoked the ire of Ipswich City Council. The council banned similar shows in 2009, but in this case it appears to be powerless. James Hurwood reports.

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Queensland Ballet unveils exciting new season

The Queensland Ballet Academy unveiled it’s line up for 2017 on Monday. The sparkling new season is a blend of classical and contemporary, embellished with strong elements of love and romance. Noor Gillani reports.

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