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By Josie Harvey
The 2014 Brisbane G20 will be affecting those living rough on the streets of the CBD. Police and MICAH Projects are collaborating to rectify these issues. However, activist groups such as Occupy G20 Brisbane are concerned that removing the homeless from the streets reflects negative government intentions towards the disadvantaged.
Flying-foxes – flying, nocturnal, placental mammals – play an important role in pollinating and dispersing seeds of many of our forest tree species and are protected under the Nature Conservation Act 1992. Continue reading
Join Mick Doyle as he interviews the presidential candidates for the University of Queensland Union in 2015.
LIFT – Jared Peut
THRIVE – Fiona Gipps
REFORM – Kathryn Cramp
ROCKET – Tinker Ray
Exchange Kitchen is a digital radio show brought you by Tamara and Zinzan from the University of Queensland, Australia.
We hang out, have a good time and talk to some of the coolest foreign exchange students in Australia.
Tune in to hear the students take an ‘Aussie Test’, listen to overseas beats and find out what the rest of the world thinks of us.
We also have a weekly food review before the show where a lucky guest brings us a dish from their home country to sample. You can check it out and more on our YouTube channel.
When: 6PM Wednesday on JacRadio.
By Laura Walkley
Vietnam doesn’t have the party reputation of some of its crazy South East Asian neighbours, but Laura Walkley discovered there is life after dark on the streets of Ho Chi Minh City.
This was originally published on uqinvietnam.com
By Charmayne Allison.
By Jacob Meyjes-Brown
By Jesse Thompson