Brisbane nightclub tattoo policy highlights Queensland anti-discrimination law

It was something Moale James had been waiting for, but it still hurt. Key points: A Papuan Australian has been kicked out of a Brisbane club over her face tattoos The club have privately apologized but will abide by their dress code, which prohibits people with face and neck tattoos Community members call for changes … Read more

Sustainable lessons from 5 school projects

Architecture has a significant impact on educational spaces, with growing evidence that student learning outcomes are closely linked to the quality of the environment in which they learn. There is growing appreciation of the important role that good design plays in learning spaces, with factors such as air quality, ventilation, natural lighting, thermal comfort and … Read more

Residents of Raymond Island express their anger at the council over the reduction in the number of free ferry passes

Residents of a small island in the Gippsland Lakes in eastern Victoria are planning to challenge local council plans in court that would make it more expensive for them to access their homes. Key points: Free annual vehicle ferry pass allocation for Raymond Island ratepayers will be reduced from two to one The East Gippsland … Read more

Romance on the shortlist | Docklands News

Jules is a software developer from the United States and she came to Docklands for Christmas, but there is more brewing under the surface. She comes down from her skyscraper to have a coffee by the water. Cargo is his favorite haunt. There’s a romance in the cafe she loves: the sea view and the … Read more

Northern Rivers Employers Seek Flood Program Boost Following State’s $15 Million Commitment

Some of the largest North Rivers employers are calling on the federal and state governments to increase the disaster recovery program to $100 million. Key points: Major employers call for large business support grant program to be increased to $100 million Norco says if the package is not increased, it could be forced to lay … Read more

Discover Chiharu Shiota’s intricate webs of threads at the Anna Schwartz Gallery

Known for her dazzling and elaborate webs of threads that stretch across gallery halls, Japanese performance and installation artist Chiharu Shiota presents a solo exhibition at Anna Schwartz Gallery in Melbourne. Featuring complex systems created from red thread, Chiharu Shiota’s installation state of being is an affirmation of connectedness that envelops the Anna Schwartz Gallery … Read more