All posts tagged Queensland

Final entries in our sunrise/sunset competition

Here are the final entries in our sunrise/sunset photo competition. And there’s a great prize of a holiday staying at The Reef House in Palm Cove in tropical north Queensland for the winning entry.

Latest entries in our sunrise/sunset competition

Here are the latest entries in our sunrise/sunset photo competition. And there’s a great prize of a holiday staying at The Reef House in Palm Cove in tropical north Queensland for the winning entry.

Latest entries in our sunrise/sunset competition

Here are the latest entries in our sunrise/sunset photo competition. And there’s a great prize of a holiday staying at The Reef House in Palm Cove in tropical north Queensland for the winning entry.

Latest entries in our sunrise/sunset competition

Here are the latest entries in our sunrise/sunset photo competition. And there’s a great prize of a holiday staying at The Reef House in Palm Cove in tropical north Queensland for the winning entry.

First entries in our sunrise/sunset competition

Here are the first entries in our sunrise/sunset photo competition. And there’s a great prize of a holiday staying at The Reef House in Palm Cove in tropical north Queensland for the winning entry.

Nazi haul in Qld drugs raid

QUEENSLAND Jewish Board of Deputies president Jason Steinberg has called for a permanent Holocaust and Tolerance Museum in the state after a number of Nazi items were discovered during police

Queensland trade union apologises for Hitler ad

THE Electrical Trade Union (ETU) in Queensland has apologised for using an image of Hitler as part of a full-page ad taken out in Sunday’s The Courier Mail.

UIA’s Queensland quandary

CLAIMS that a shortfall in donations could spell the demise of the United Israel Appeal (UIA) in Queensland were this week quashed by federal representatives of the organisation.

Perfect one day, Carnival the next

QUEENSLAND will host the Maccabi Australia Junior Carnival for the first time in 25 years in January 2012.

Editorial, January 21, 2011

Labour Pains SOMEHOW, some way, we all knew this was coming. Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak, who had been battling with a rebellion within his own party since the moment […]