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?TechnologyOne wins AU$40m deal with TAFE Queensland

Over the next 10 years, TechnologyOne will be responsible for supplying TAFE Queensland with its OneEducation enterprise SaaS soluion.

2017 Audi Q2 Makes Australian Debut Ahead Of Launch

he newest entrant in the premium compact suv segment, the 2017 audi q2 will make its australian debut as part of audi hamilton island race week in queensland this week, before touring the east coast of australia. customer deliveriesShow More Summary

21-Year-Old British Tourist Killed By An Attacker Shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’

21-year-old Mia Ayliffe-Chung was killed in an Australian hostel by a man yelling “Alluha Akbar” during the attack. The attack took place at a hostel in Home Hill, in the north Queensland region of Australia. The alleged attacker, a 29-year-old Frenchman, stabbed Ayliffe-Chung while yelling “Alluha Akbar,” witnesses reported. Show More Summary

British woman, 21, stabbed to death at hostel in Australia

17 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

Two men were also injured in the attack Tuesday night in the town of Home Hill, in northern Queensland. Mia Ayliffe-Chung was found dead at the scene, and a dog was also fatally wounded.

Report: British Woman Stabbed and Killed By Man Shouting 'Allahu Akbar' in Australia

Witnesses beheld a terrifying incident in Queensland, Australia after a French man reportedly stabbed and killed a British woman while shouting...

?Queensland government appoints first chief entrepreneur

Investment firm founder Mark Sowerby has been appointed as the Queensland government's first chief entrepreneur.

Man shouting "Allahu akbar" fatally stabs British traveller

Frenchman arrested and police in Queensland, Australia investigating possible Islamic extremist motivation in gruesome attack

New Marsupial ‘Micro Lion’ Prowled 18 Million Years Ago

Paleontologists in Australia have uncovered the first–and to date–only remains of a tiny marsupial ‘micro lion’ that lived in remote north-western Queensland some 18 million years ago. Named after David Attenborough, the 1.3 pound Microleo attenboroughi has been described as the “feisty kitten” of the marsupial lion...

The Press Seems To Be Taking A Rather Negative Tone On The MyHR At Present.

These two quite long articles appeared this week.First we had:My Health Record: Medics speak upBy Marie Sansom on August 15, 2016 My Health Record: Medics speak upAs the new trials of the My Health Record roll out in Queensland, NSW,...Show More Summary

Teen boys are 'abusing' girls online. But how do we talk about it?

The response of Australian police in Queensland Wednesday was predictable and disturbing. In the wake of revelations reported in regarding the sharing of more than 2,000 non-consensual, intimate photos of teens and youngShow More Summary

Ha, ha, ha, Grant explained when asked about the QUT Three

Have you noticed that not one of the media defenders of the Racial Discrimination Act has defended the suing of three Queensland University students? …

Mabo v State of Queensland

Queenslanders everywhere grew up hearing the name Eddie Mabo. Many of us recall the land rights case which took 10 years to resolve and included a trial heard by Justice Martin Moynihan in the Supreme Court of Queensland, 27 February 1986. The High Court ruling was handed down in 1992. Mabo Day is celebrated each... Read more

Review: A Brief Look at Qantas Club Cairns

Cairns in northern Queensland is one of the more remote ports in the Qantas network. The city is one of the gateways to The Great Barrier Reef so it is very popular with tourists. I had the naïve notion that the Qantas Club would be one of the less busy ones however I neglected to […]

Bulcock Estate, Caloundra, 1917 (Map of the Week)

State Library of Queensland has an extensive collection of historical maps of Queensland, some of which have been digitised and can be viewed online. This real estate map from 1917 advertises 404 allotments of land for sale at the Bulcock Estate in Caloundra on the Sunshine Coast. There is a discrepancy between the map and newspaper advertisements... Read more

The Galileo Gambit and Other Stories: The Three Main Tactics of Climate Denial

The recently elected One Nation senator from Queensland, Australia, Malcolm Roberts, fervently rejects the established scientific fact that human greenhouse gas emissions cause climate change, invoking a fairly familiar trope of paranoid theories to propound this belief.

Queensland rifle clubs – History in pictures

The Queensland Rifle Association was formed in May 1861 making it the oldest sporting club in Queensland. Its nearest rival, the Queensland Turf Club was formed in 1863 and the Queensland Cricket Association and Queensland Yacht club two years later. From the beginning the Rifle Association had two separate and sometimes conflicting purposes. The first... Read more

Australia’s CommercialView portal to launch in Queensland

CommercialView, the largest independent commercial property portal in Australia, will launch into Queensland on 24 August, reports The Real Estate Conversation.

Coral bleaching captured on video

6 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Rising ocean temperatures have led to large-scale bleaching of corals along the Great Barrier Reef, where over 90 percent of reefs have already been affected by bleaching. And now, scientists at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Australia have managed to film the behavior of a coral as...

This startling video shows coral bleaching in action

Rising ocean temperatures have prompted devastating coral bleaching in Australia's Great Barrier Reef - and in some sections, at least 35 percent of bleached coral has died. Now scientists at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT)...Show More Summary

Make Your Own Luck

Nicola Ward is succeeding in a profession where she is pushed to find another like her. Nicola is an Orthopaedic Surgeon and the Deputy Director of Orthopaedic Surgery in one of Queensland’s largest public hospitals. More importantly, Dr Ward feels lucky to be where she is today. Dr Ward’s outlook on life is one of gratitude and hard work. Show More Summary

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