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The Age
$10,000 robotic prostate surgery may not produce better outcomesbetween the two groups at 12 weeks follow-up," said lead author of the study Pr
$10,000 robotic prostate surgery may not produce better outcomes
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
between the two groups at 12 weeks follow-up," said lead author of the study Professor Robert 'Frank' Gardiner from the University of Queensland. He said patients are now being followed up for two years to fully assess the longer-term outcomes,... Read more
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University of Queensland
Tailored texts help ‘maintain the gain’A public health program that was modelled on University of Queensland research
Tailored texts help ‘maintain the gain’
University of Queensland / Posted 6 hours ago
A public health program that was modelled on University of Queensland research and designed to help people maintain the switch to a healthy lifestyle has been extended. The free and confidential Get Healthy service offers participants six months of... Read more
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Daily Mail
ROBOTS are just as effective at removing prostate cancer as humansincontinence and have a higher quality of life than those who’ve had ordinary s
ROBOTS are just as effective at removing prostate cancer as humans
Daily Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
incontinence and have a higher quality of life than those who’ve had ordinary surgery. Professor Robert Gardiner from the University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research in Brisbane said: ‘Surgery has long been the dominant approach for the... Read more
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Mashable
Rare population of koalas untouched by humans are under threat Researchers from the University of Queensland have spent the last 20 years st
Rare population of koalas untouched by humans are under threat
Mashable / Posted 6 hours ago
Researchers from the University of Queensland have spent the last 20 years studying a group of 200 koalas on the remote St Bees Island in Australia. Despite the efforts they have made... Read more
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Canberra Times
Super Rugby: Former Wallabies prop Nick Stiles appointed Queensland Reds coachbegan his coaching career immediately after retiring from playing, taking on th
Super Rugby: Former Wallabies prop Nick Stiles appointed Queensland Reds coach
Canberra Times / Posted 19 hours ago
began his coaching career immediately after retiring from playing, taking on the role of head coach with University of Queensland in Premier Grade in 2006. The current season is his 11th as a professional coach, during which time... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
A Word in Your Ear: roofs or rooves?you the language podcast to challenge even the best wordsmith. Do you say roof
A Word in Your Ear: roofs or rooves?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 hours ago
you the language podcast to challenge even the best wordsmith. Do you say roofs or rooves? Professor Roly Sussex from the University of Queensland also tackles rhyming slang and plagiarism in political... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Positive Parenting Programme to be expanded to more schoolskey transitional stages and may have behavioural issues that are new to parents
Positive Parenting Programme to be expanded to more schools
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 22 hours ago
key transitional stages and may have behavioural issues that are new to parents, MSF said. The programme, developed by the University of Queensland in Australia, was piloted at 20 primary and secondary schools in Singapore in 2014, and expanded to... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Rugby 360’s Greg Martin gives his verdict on Reds coach Nick Stilesof high performance Ben Whitaker, former Wallabies Mark Connors, Nathan Sharpe,
Rugby 360’s Greg Martin gives his verdict on Reds coach Nick Stiles
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted yesterday
of high performance Ben Whitaker, former Wallabies Mark Connors, Nathan Sharpe, Brett Robinson and Pat Howard as well as University of Queensland academic Cliff Mallett.New Reds coach Nick Stiles at training.Source: News Corp Australia “They are... Read more
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University of Queensland
Big dreams lead to atomic postingA University of Queensland researcher has been recruited by the UN Internationa
Big dreams lead to atomic posting
University of Queensland / Posted yesterday
A University of Queensland researcher has been recruited by the UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to lead projects combating malnutrition through nuclear nutrition techniques. Dr Alexia Murphy will work as a nutrition specialist with the... Read more
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University of Queensland
New genetic clues into motor neuron diseaseResearchers at The University of Queensland have contributed to the discovery o
New genetic clues into motor neuron disease
University of Queensland / Posted yesterday
Researchers at The University of Queensland have contributed to the discovery of three new genes which increase the risk of motor neuron disease (MND), opening the door for targeted treatments. Professor Naomi Wray from UQ’s Queensland Brain... Read more
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University of Queensland
The eyes have it: revealing the secrets of cow emotions“evil eye”, according to an international study that could help cattle breeders
The eyes have it: revealing the secrets of cow emotions
University of Queensland / Posted yesterday
“evil eye”, according to an international study that could help cattle breeders reduce animal stress and anxiety levels. University of Queensland Centre for Animal Welfare and Ethics Director Professor Clive Phillips said people could gain... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Scientists further research into MNDunderstand the complex and debilitating disease, for which there are currently
Scientists further research into MND
Sky News Australia / Posted yesterday
understand the complex and debilitating disease, for which there are currently no effective treatments. Researchers at the University of Queensland were involved in the international data analysis of more than 30,000 people with MND, also known as... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
MP's calls to curb Islamic immigration spark fierce debatepersonality Sonia Kruger and One Nation's Pauline Hanson, give radical causes g
MP's calls to curb Islamic immigration spark fierce debate
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
personality Sonia Kruger and One Nation's Pauline Hanson, give radical causes greater traction. That's the opinion of University of Queensland Psychology Professor and ARC Laureate Fellow Alex Haslam, who co-authored the research article... Read more
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PhysOrg
Student invention a shining example of sun safetyAlana Clover has designed a sun monitoring wrist band. Credit: University of Qu
Student invention a shining example of sun safety
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
Alana Clover has designed a sun monitoring wrist band. Credit: University of Queensland Two out of three Australians will develop skin cancer before turning 70, with research showing the majority of sun damage occurs during childhood and... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Could this be the best job in the world?is best known for having one of the healthiest koala populations in Australia a
Could this be the best job in the world?
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
is best known for having one of the healthiest koala populations in Australia and is frequented by researchers from the University of Queensland. "Once we looked down at Homestead Bay and two koalas were just walking across the beach," he... Read more
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Northern Star
Could this be the best job in the world?is best known for having one of the healthiest koala populations in Australia a
Could this be the best job in the world?
Northern Star / Posted 2 days ago
is best known for having one of the healthiest koala populations in Australia and is frequented by researchers from the University of Queensland. "Once we looked down at Homestead Bay and two koalas were just walking across the beach," he... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Could this be the best job in the world?is best known for having one of the healthiest koala populations in Australia a
Could this be the best job in the world?
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
is best known for having one of the healthiest koala populations in Australia and is frequented by researchers from the University of Queensland. "Once we looked down at Homestead Bay and two koalas were just walking across the beach," he... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Could this be the best job in the world?is best known for having one of the healthiest koala populations in Australia a
Could this be the best job in the world?
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
is best known for having one of the healthiest koala populations in Australia and is frequented by researchers from the University of Queensland. "Once we looked down at Homestead Bay and two koalas were just walking across the beach," he... Read more
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Queensland Times
Could this be the best job in the world?is best known for having one of the healthiest koala populations in Australia a
Could this be the best job in the world?
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
is best known for having one of the healthiest koala populations in Australia and is frequented by researchers from the University of Queensland. "Once we looked down at Homestead Bay and two koalas were just walking across the beach," he... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Could this be the best job in the world?is best known for having one of the healthiest koala populations in Australia a
Could this be the best job in the world?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
is best known for having one of the healthiest koala populations in Australia and is frequented by researchers from the University of Queensland. "Once we looked down at Homestead Bay and two koalas were just walking across the beach," he... Read more
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News Mail
Could this be the best job in the world?is best known for having one of the healthiest koala populations in Australia a
Could this be the best job in the world?
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
is best known for having one of the healthiest koala populations in Australia and is frequented by researchers from the University of Queensland. "Once we looked down at Homestead Bay and two koalas were just walking across the beach," he... Read more
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University of Queensland
Speaking in measured tonesThe University of Queensland School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences pione
Speaking in measured tones
University of Queensland / Posted 2 days ago
The University of Queensland School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences pioneer will soon begin testing a second version of CommFit, an app-connected device that encourages stroke survivors to speak more frequently. “By measuring vibration through... Read more
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Canberra Times
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industrya number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australi
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industry
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
a number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australian Institute of Laser Therapy and the University of Queensland, Ms England said she had a large client base of satisfied customers. An ACT Health spokesperson... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Queensland ballet workshop for ToowoombaDisease. As part of the pilot program, Queensland Ballet partnered with the Qu
Queensland ballet workshop for Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
Disease. As part of the pilot program, Queensland Ballet partnered with the Queensland University of Technology and the University of Queensland to conduct initial research into the effects of these dance classes. This was the first study of... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
International students enjoy studying conservation in Australia – from reefs to rainforestsUniversity of Queensland Master of Conservation Biology student Kristi Foster i
International students enjoy studying conservation in Australia – from reefs to rainforests
Asian Correspondent / Posted 2 days ago
University of Queensland Master of Conservation Biology student Kristi Foster is so enthusiastic about her UQ conservation studies she is blogging for an international audience. Kristi interviewed four lecturers for UQ’s Master of Conservation... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
SOAP BOX: Great Barrier Reef’s long history of abusethe reef has been on a downward spiral for much longer than that. The director
SOAP BOX: Great Barrier Reef’s long history of abuse
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
the reef has been on a downward spiral for much longer than that. The director of the Global Change Institute at The University of Queensland, Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, has told the ABC we've been damaging the reef since the 1830s, with... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
SOAP BOX: Great Barrier Reef’s long history of abusethe reef has been on a downward spiral for much longer than that. The director
SOAP BOX: Great Barrier Reef’s long history of abuse
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
the reef has been on a downward spiral for much longer than that. The director of the Global Change Institute at The University of Queensland, Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, has told the ABC we've been damaging the reef since the 1830s, with... Read more
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Queensland Times
SOAP BOX: Great Barrier Reef’s long history of abusethe reef has been on a downward spiral for much longer than that. The director
SOAP BOX: Great Barrier Reef’s long history of abuse
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
the reef has been on a downward spiral for much longer than that. The director of the Global Change Institute at The University of Queensland, Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, has told the ABC we've been damaging the reef since the 1830s, with... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
SOAPBOX: Great Barrier Reef’s long history of abusethe reef has been on a downward spiral for much longer than that. The director
SOAPBOX: Great Barrier Reef’s long history of abuse
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
the reef has been on a downward spiral for much longer than that. The director of the Global Change Institute at The University of Queensland, Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, has told the ABC we've been damaging the reef since the 1830s, with... Read more
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News Mail
SOAPBOX: Great Barrier Reef’s long history of abusethe reef has been on a downward spiral for much longer than that. The director
SOAPBOX: Great Barrier Reef’s long history of abuse
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
the reef has been on a downward spiral for much longer than that. The director of the Global Change Institute at The University of Queensland, Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, has told the ABC we've been damaging the reef since the 1830s, with... Read more
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asianage
Fish can recognise human faces, study findsfor sophisticated visual recognition. The research, conducted by scientists fr
Fish can recognise human faces, study finds
asianage / Posted 2 days ago
for sophisticated visual recognition. The research, conducted by scientists from the University of Oxford and Australia's University of Queensland, wanted to test the long-held belief that differentiating between human faces could only be... Read more
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The Courier
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industrya number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australi
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industry
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
a number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australian Institute of Laser Therapy and the University of Queensland, Ms England said she had a large client base of satisfied customers. An ACT Health spokesperson... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industrya number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australi
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industry
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
a number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australian Institute of Laser Therapy and the University of Queensland, Ms England said she had a large client base of satisfied customers. An ACT Health spokesperson... Read more
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The Young Witness
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industrya number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australi
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industry
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
a number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australian Institute of Laser Therapy and the University of Queensland, Ms England said she had a large client base of satisfied customers. An ACT Health spokesperson... Read more
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Western Advocate
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industrya number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australi
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industry
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
a number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australian Institute of Laser Therapy and the University of Queensland, Ms England said she had a large client base of satisfied customers. An ACT Health spokesperson... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industrya number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australi
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industry
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
a number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australian Institute of Laser Therapy and the University of Queensland, Ms England said she had a large client base of satisfied customers. An ACT Health spokesperson... Read more
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Manning River Times
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industrya number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australi
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industry
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
a number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australian Institute of Laser Therapy and the University of Queensland, Ms England said she had a large client base of satisfied customers. An ACT Health spokesperson... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industrya number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australi
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industry
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
a number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australian Institute of Laser Therapy and the University of Queensland, Ms England said she had a large client base of satisfied customers. An ACT Health spokesperson... Read more
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The North West Star
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industrya number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australi
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industry
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
a number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australian Institute of Laser Therapy and the University of Queensland, Ms England said she had a large client base of satisfied customers. An ACT Health spokesperson... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industrya number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australi
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industry
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
a number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australian Institute of Laser Therapy and the University of Queensland, Ms England said she had a large client base of satisfied customers. An ACT Health spokesperson... Read more
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The Border Mail
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industrya number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australi
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industry
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
a number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australian Institute of Laser Therapy and the University of Queensland, Ms England said she had a large client base of satisfied customers. An ACT Health spokesperson... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industrya number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australi
Doctor calls for regulation of ACT beauty industry
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
a number of skin and laser qualifications she held, including from the Australian Institute of Laser Therapy and the University of Queensland, Ms England said she had a large client base of satisfied customers. An ACT Health spokesperson... Read more
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The North West Star
Man with two degrees rejected for 'thousands' of jobsTownsend has two degrees ; the first a Masters degree in environmental manageme
Man with two degrees rejected for 'thousands' of jobs
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
Townsend has two degrees ; the first a Masters degree in environmental management in sustainable development from the University of Queensland. Brisbane's Mathew Townsend has two degrees, a Masters degree in environmental management in... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Bindi Irwin's big plans as she marks milestone birthdaywith the political process. Terri Irwin with son Robert and daughter Bindi afte
Bindi Irwin's big plans as she marks milestone birthday
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
with the political process. Terri Irwin with son Robert and daughter Bindi after receiving her honorary degree from the University of Queensland. Photo: Bradley Kanaris "I am really excited to finally be able to vote," she said. "I have always... Read more
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University of Queensland
Student invention a shining example of sun safetyskin cancer before turning 70, with research showing the majority of sun damage
Student invention a shining example of sun safety
University of Queensland / Posted 3 days ago
skin cancer before turning 70, with research showing the majority of sun damage occurs during childhood and adolescence. University of Queensland student Alana Clover has decided to do something about it. The Bachelor of Engineering (Software)... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Man with two degrees rejected for 'thousands' of jobsMathew Townsend has two degrees, a Masters degree in environmental management i
Man with two degrees rejected for 'thousands' of jobs
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
Mathew Townsend has two degrees, a Masters degree in environmental management in sustainable development from the University of Queensland and a Bachelor of Environmental Science from James Cook University. He completed them in 2012 and... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
MP's calls to curb Islamic immigration spark fierce debatepersonality Sonia Kruger and One Nation's Pauline Hanson, give radical causes g
MP's calls to curb Islamic immigration spark fierce debate
The Daily Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
personality Sonia Kruger and One Nation's Pauline Hanson, give radical causes greater traction. That's the opinion of University of Queensland Psychology Professor and ARC Laureate Fellow Alex Haslam, who co-authored the research article... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Queensland's top netballers juggling careers with the sport they loveone of the best players in the country and the Firebirds' star goal shooter, ha
Queensland's top netballers juggling careers with the sport they love
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
one of the best players in the country and the Firebirds' star goal shooter, has recently taken up a coaching role at the University of Queensland. "It's really exciting I'm learning as I go," she said. "It's just how much I can give back and I... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
High rise next to Customs House one step closer after UQ lose court caseHigh-rise tower next to Brisbane's Customs House one step closer after UQ lose
High rise next to Customs House one step closer after UQ lose court case
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
High-rise tower next to Brisbane's Customs House one step closer after UQ lose court case The University of Queensland (UQ) has lost an appeal to block the construction of a high-rise tower next to Customs House in the Brisbane CBD. UQ owns Customs... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Judge gives OK for controversial Customs House high-risein Brisbane have had a major win, with a Planning and Environment Court throwin
Judge gives OK for controversial Customs House high-rise
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
in Brisbane have had a major win, with a Planning and Environment Court throwing out an appeal against its approval. The University of Queensland, which owned Customs House, took both the Brisbane City Council and Cbus Properties to the Planning... Read more
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