When 4ZZZ's original space was being built by hand under the Schonell Theatre at Queensland University, a baby grand piano from the theatre above was bricked in to Studio 3. We don't know how they got it out...
The Palaszczuk Government is set to hold a Great Barrier Reef safety roundtable in Cairns tomorrow, following the continued bleaching and other tragic events along the reef.
As one of Queensland’s largest and most popular tourist attractions the roundtable will look at snorkel industry best practice standards and a possible increase in safety measures to protect visitors and the reef.
The roundtable will include Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace, Surf Life Saving Queensland, Northern Coroner Magistrate Kevin Priestly, tourism operators and other industry stakeholders.
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Indigenous leaders will hand over the blueprints for the Redfern Statement to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull later today. (Image: Pixabay)
The Redfern Statement is currently backed by 50 different organisations and was released last year during the Federal Election as an “urgent call for a more just approach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs.”
The 18-page manifesto will propose multiple changes across relevant areas including health, education, justice and family violence, with an emphasis on policies being made with communities rather than to communities.
After a recent raid in South Australia on a woman who supplied medicinal marijuana without a licence, the discussion on the medicine has come up again. Brisbane Line reporter Jack McDonnell spoke with CEO of the Queensland Network of Alcohol and other Drug Agencies about this raid and where the current situation is with medicinal marijuana.