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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | November 26, 2020

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Review: Brisbane-based TV show, Harrow

May 4, 2018 |

Every night, Brisbane city enhances its beauty with an array of colourful lights adding a little sparkle for everyone to enjoy. Unfortunately, one night is different for forensic pathologist, Daniel Harrow. It’s the night of his big secret, a secret he intends to keep buried forever. Read More

Her Busiest Year Yet! An Interview with Singing Sensation Christine Anu

February 26, 2016 |

Christine Anu is arguably Australia’s most successful indigenous performer and one of Australia’s most popular recording artists, backed by an award-winning repertoire spanning across music, theatre, dance, film, television and children’s entertainment.

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Lawrence Leung On (Not) Knowing

January 16, 2016 |

From tackling the Rubik’s Cube to investigating the claims of so-called psychics and ghost hunters in his documentary series Unbelievable (ABC1), Lawrence  Leung has always been driven by curiosity. But the conclusion and answers aren’t the best part of tackling the unknown – it’s in the figuring out.

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The Beautiful Lie – A Modern Tolstoy

November 24, 2015 |

Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina. Modern Australian setting. Intrigued?

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Glad-Wrapped Bins: A Gradual Approach To The G20 Summit

September 29, 2014 |

It’s going to be a busy November.

With tension at rising levels in Australia after the National Terrorism Public Alert System was recently moved to ‘High,’ it seems that a significant amount of pressure is being placed on organisers of the G20 to ensure maximum security for public areas surrounding affected venues and transport facilities as the attention of the world is fixed- for a brief period- on our humble River City. Read More

Community Television In Australia Hanging By A Thread

September 23, 2014 |

Over the next 15 months community television as we know it will be pushed off broadcasting and into online platforms, as licenses are revoked and staff look for jobs elsewhere.

Although many are understandably upset with the decision to axe community television, some are spelling out the obvious, that Australians aren’t watching community TV and this was an inevitable step towards keeping community content alive.

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