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The Daily Commute

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This afternoon I made it to the train station in adequate time to fill up my go card and catch my Gold Coast train home.  I lined up with the other commuters behind… Continue reading

The Truth Is?

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From K-Pop, to ex-soldiers, to the aftermath of nuclear explosions, The Truth Is? is bound to be a catch. Today Danny and I had the opportunity to listen to journalist Hamish Macdonald talk about… Continue reading

Tattoo registry proposal slammed

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Tattooists and civil libertarians have criticised a proposal for a tattoo registry in Queensland, saying the intent to stop gang money laundering activities would be ineffective and an invasion of privacy. The registry… Continue reading

Perception

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We are in a day where styles change monthly, where what’s “in” can be “out” in a flash and where we can find style guides on ‘what to wear’ by simply searching Google.… Continue reading

Green Light for Left Turn on Red Trial

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The RACQ have said there is a “safety compromise” with the new left turn on red trial that began on the Gold Coast yesterday. The three-month trial allows motorists to turn left on… Continue reading

Suggestive billboards “not out to offend anyone”

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The reappearance of sexually suggestive billboards across the Gold Coast has raised concern that the standards for advertising are “out of control”, according to Assistant Minister for Child Safety Rob Molhoek yesterday. The… Continue reading