Oak Valley Community and Wildlife Carers band together to protect wallabies

Oak Valley Community and Wildlife Carers band together to protect wallabies

Local residents and wildlife carers in Oak Valley are on the look out for a group of men who have been deliberately running over wallabies More »

JCU scientists develop new drug to treat head trauma

JCU scientists develop new drug to treat head trauma

JCU scientists are developing a new drug to treat trauma on city streets and in the battlefield.  They are working with the U.S. Military to More »

JCU Car Park Complaints: Make it Formal!

JCU Car Park Complaints: Make it Formal!

James Cook University (JCU) officials are saying students need to make formal complaints about the lack of on-campus parking before something can be done about More »

Ron McBurnie:  Etcher, Drawer, Printmaker

Ron McBurnie: Etcher, Drawer, Printmaker

by Patch Clapp   Ron McBurnie is one of Townsville’s pioneer printmakers. He also etches and draws, and is one of the artists featured in More »

Celebrating Challenges: Jill O’Sullivan

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Jill O’Sullivan has always had a passion for art. Jill has spent much of her life learning about art and creating lithographs and technical drawings through printmaking.

Recycling passion spawns artistic excellence

Townsville based artist Alison McDonald, pictured in front of her Jensen Studio ‘Bliss’

With drill in hand and an immense sense of immersion, Alison McDonald draws her seat to her workbench for another day of turning scraps into art.

Palaszczuk invests $5.8 mil in croc count

An estuarine or “saltwater” crocodile. Credit: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons

The Palaszczuk Government has pledged $5.8 million dollars to conduct the biggest comprehensive crocodile monitoring program in state history.

Townsville Gaming Café brings competitive scene to North Queensland

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With holidays rapidly approaching everyone is looking for easy ways to keep entertained in their downtime. Jayde Baguley

JCU students join race against extinction

A projection of a breaching humpback whale on the side of the Empire State Building, as shown in Racing Extinction. Credit: Oceanic Preservation Society

Half of the Earth’s oxygen is produced by phytoplankton, and rising acidity in our oceans means our phytoplankton levels are dropping.

More Comic-Film Adaptions in 2016

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With so much success from other past comic book turned film adaptions, it’s not surprising that more are coming to movie theatres this year.