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 PASCALLE – A TAMELY WILD HEARTBEAT

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As Pascalle Burton stands before her audience, eagerly awaiting eyes and equally eager ears await to be enthused. “Tame is the new wild,” is a mantra she uses to describe her work. She… Continue reading

The week that was: in technology and entertainment.

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In brief, it’s been a busy week in the entertainment industry with major conferences being held including the Electronic Entertainment Expo and Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference. Looking for an unbiased, concise update on… Continue reading

Is Luhrmann’s Gatsby Great?

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If it’s one thing that’s clear from the start of Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, it’s that the film is not afraid to take risks. But do they pay off? The Great Gatsby follows the… Continue reading

Xbox One: Confusing Consumer Catastrophe?

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At this stage I am still confused as to who the Xbox One is targeted at. A brand as synonymous to gaming such as “Xbox” should surely be targeted at a gaming audience?… Continue reading

Life’s Metaphorical Pause Button

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Ever get that feeling that time is flying past you too quickly. That your life is moving to fast. That if you blink you could miss it. If only life had a pause… Continue reading

GAME DEVELOPERS HAVE ‘LIGHTNING IN A BOTTLE’

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By Danny Saba Game developers will have more job opportunities over the coming years as the industry in Australia changes and government funding begins to roll out. Screen Australia’s Investment Manager Mike Cowap… Continue reading

Redefining Homelessness

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The Australian Bureau of Statistics has changed its definition for homelessness, reducing the number of recorded homeless people in Australia by over 15,000. The ABS review showed the statistics had been adjusted from… Continue reading

Learning: We are our experiences.

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There are arguably two types of learning; the first being the one we immediately associate with the word. Traditional learning. Teacher teaches student. But there’s another type of learning, a subliminal type. A… Continue reading

TRANSPORT TURMOIL

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By Danny Saba The unclear scope of Brisbane City Council’s (BCC) bus review is of “great concern” to the local community, according to Councillor for Tennyson Ward Nicole Johnston. “The state government’s decision… Continue reading

Teachers Bullied

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A Queensland teacher fears for her safety after being attacked by a student in a school yard fight earlier this week. The Brisbane high school teacher, who wished to remain nameless, said the… Continue reading