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Neighbourhoods rise from the dunes

By January 6, 2021

In half a century, a community emerged from sand dune...

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Surveyor’s field of expertise entrenched in history

By January 6, 2021

Bill Kitson calls himself the luckiest public servant in Queensland...

  • Features

    It’s simply grand

    By December 4, 2019

    The festival of Christmas was founded on new life, when the shepherds and wise men arrived at a Bethlehem stable to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Although the celebration...

  • Travel

    Support the bush and enjoy the trip

    By December 4, 2019

    Western Australia has come up with one of the largest outdoor art galleries in the world, as drought-hit residents seek new ways to earn a dollar. MICHAEL OSBORNE explores the...

  • Travel

    Seeing stars

    By December 4, 2019

    There’s a quirky little statue outside the Brisbane Planetarium that has both a Russian and a Scottish connection. It’s of Konstantin Tsiolkovsky (1857-1935), a Russian scientist and founder of cosmonautics....

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    It’s a walk in the park

    By October 29, 2019

    The Roma Street Parkland is one of those places we are  genuinely blessed to have. Covering 16ha with a variety of gardens from herbs to rainforest; paths that wind down...

  • Features

    It’s not just cricket

    By October 29, 2019

    When these veterans – elite and rookies – take to the pitch, the camaraderie is as much a part of the game as hitting a six, writes PAULINE CLAYTON. This...

  • Travel

    Tropical paradise is calling

    By October 29, 2019

    Baked reef fish straight from the water, reading under a swaying palm on an uninhabited tropical islet and snorkelling a crystal clear, calm, coral encrusted lagoon, PAULINE CLAYTON finds life...

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