By Rachel Claxton Alice bucket list, these were the three words that overtook Twitter this week. This means nothing to the average person, but as an avid Twitter user, these words mean everything. It is in these three words that …
Author: Rachel Claxton
New research into consumer coffee preferences has begun in Queensland. It’s hoped the results will help to inform the Australian coffee industry how to better cater to caffeine lovers. Nyree Callaghan reports.
For those who want a taste of Italy without the expense of travelling there, the Mediterranean Mecca has come to town as Queenslanders help celebrate the country’s 150th anniversary of unification. Frank Carmine reports.
Work at Patrick Stevdores’ Brisbane docks came to a halt today over a long-running pay dispute. The Maritime Union of Australia says workers are willing to work, if the shipping company would let them. Karin Adam reports.
A leading demographer today blamed a lack of interstate migration for low house prices. He says South-East Queenslanders have had a tough time since the Global Financial Crisis but there is good news on the way. Rebekah Ison reports.
The action’s about to get underway at Lang Park but it’s unlikely the unseasonally cold night ahead will take the heat out of the opening Origin clash, or deter fans. Stephanie Scott reports.
By Rachel Claxton The annual Sanctuary Cove Boat Show kicked off today and despite the weather, crowds turned out to see the spectacles on offer.
By Kieran Rooney, Rachel Claxton Many Australians have sought medical treatment over the past year after purchasing do-it-yourself cosmetic procedures online. A large percentage of the often unlicensed products are known to cause permanent damage.
By Rachel Claxton Police have no leads after the theft of more than 100 literacy and numeracy tests from a primary school in Sydney’s west on Monday morning. The National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) tests were taken from a …
By Grace Duckham, Rachel Claxton The tragic murder of three people in Queensland this week, including a five-year-old girl, has highlighted how prevalent domestic violence is in Australian communities.