Author: Raisa Sugandi

Cross-breeding crocodiles research questioned

By Casey Fung, edited for online by Raisa Sugandi Crocodile skin and meat is in growing demand worldwide and scientists want to breed crocodiles to suit the captive environment.

New CSG figures questioned

By Eluan Waldron, edited for online by Raisa Sugandi New projected figures on the effects of Coal Seam Gas mining have been released by the Queensland Water Commission

Fresh faces for Qld Parliament

Queensland’s 54th State Parliament opened in Brisbane today, with 51 new members of Parliament taking their seats in the Chamber. In all, 89 MPs were sworn in including the first woman to be appointed Speaker in this State. Jane Buckle

Tent embassy told to move on

The stand-off between the Musgrave Park tent embassy and the Brisbane City Council reached boiling point today. Embassy leaders have been dealt an eviction notice. But they’re warning the council, that protests will erupt if they’re forcibly removed. Isobel Roe

Students experience third world life

Six hundred Brisbane high school students from 90 schools came together today, to learn how to make a difference to world poverty. They were part of World Vision’s Global Leaders Convention and experienced first hand what it means to be

‘Annabell’ tunnels in

One of Brisbane’s biggest transport infrastructure projects has taken another major step towards completion. Lord Mayor Graham Quirk was on site at the Legacy Way tunnel, to welcome and inspect a giant tunnel boring machine called “Annabell”. Cameron Robinson reports.

Mild autism is no longer a mentally ill

By Anna Fleetwood, editted by Raisa Sugandi Children with mild Autism may no longer be considered mentally ill due to under changes to diagnostic processes, according to the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists.

Snake bites increasing due to sudden change of weather

By Namrata Pingle, edited by Raisa Sugandi Snakes should be an unusual sight in Brisbane backyards at this time of the year but there has been an increase in the number of snake sightings despite of the winter weather is