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Solar research facility a game-changer for industry.

Sunshine is being turned into energy and knowledge at The University of Queensland’s Gatton campus, where the state’s largest solar array was switched on today. 212 more words


Why do people assume you'll change

For anyone wondering why I’ve been quiet lately I’ve been in the process of getting out of the Fly In Fly Out (FIFO) employment industry and getting a full time job in my home town on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland Australia.   724 more words


a scene from a movie?

This accommodation was comfortably sitting on the beach at Dunk Island looking south across to the more exclusive Bedarra Island.  Not a bad way to spend some time away from it all on a near deserted tropical island!


Exhibitions, essays, letters and more

As well as the many great posts we have here on our First World War blog, we’ve also been commemorating the First World War in many other ways. 547 more words

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Summer Storms in Autumn

Usually by this time of year we would not expect to be having summer storms. After all, it is Autumn. Mother nature is running quite behind this year. 65 more words


until another time...

  Hot, damn hot. So damn hot the colour has evaporated from the landscape (see above). Hot and dry in the town of floods, earthquakes and the big orange and I’m sure even IT is juiceless at this time. 227 more words


In the Spotlight: Maryann Talia Pau

The 1 Million Stars to End Violence Project

Maryann Talia Pau is a Samoan-Australian artist and weaver, whose weaving project, 1 Million Stars to End Violence, shares a beautiful message of love and hope. 415 more words

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