Print alive & kicking

Rumours of the death of print have been sorely exaggerated if the reaction to our April edition is anything to go by. 

Westenders have been taking up the free subscription offer to ensure they continue to get the magazine directly into their letter box, the main drop off points on Montague & Hardgrave Rd, Boundary, Grey and Stanley St had to be replenished twice and the surrounding suburbs of Woollongabba, Annerley and Dutton Park could not get enough.

Almost one third of you are actively engaging with this business edition of the email which is an absolutely stunning result. If you have suggestions of what you'd like to see in here, please let us know -

The SWOT is hot at Business Queensland

The SWOT is hot at Business Queensland

The office of Small Business in the Queensland department of Tourism, Major Events, Small Business and the Commonwealth Games - yes I'm serious, that IS where the government puts small business - reports that its guide to SWOT analysis is the hottest property on the website at the moment. The office offers a range of useful and popular guides to business, … Read more.

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Hotel shortage costs Queensland $114m each year

Lord Mayor Quirk last week announced the details of the latest Guide to Hotel Investment for Queensland.

The figures reveal that Brisbane loses around $114 in potential business each year as a result of its shortage of high-end hotel accommodation.

As a result, Lord Mayor Qurik said, the hotel market is rich with opportunity: Due to a shortage in internationally-recognised, full-service … Read more.

With this suit you don't need a wallet

With this suit you don't need a wallet

Heritage Bank unveiled their top-secret project The Heritage Power Suit yesterday in Brisbane.

Mat Rogers making a payment with The Heritage Power Suit.

Made from 100% Superfine Australian Merino Wool by Australian tailor M.J. Bale, overseen by Japanese master tailor Kenichi Kaneko. The Heritage Power Suit has a built-in Visa payWave chip in the sleeve, which is connected to … Read more.

Virtual mouth models mastication

Virtual mouth models mastication

What’ll they think of next?  Easter chocolates, along with our favourite everyday foods, could taste just as good but be healthier in future, thanks to new technology that is revealing the science of chewing.  CSIRO’s 3D mastication modelling is starting to provide researchers with new understanding of how to reduce salt, sugar and fat in … Read more.

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Sonia Caton to speak at WILPF Peacewomen Awards

Thirty years ago, Sonia Caton ran a free legal telephone advice line from her own flat, and her commitment to helping those who cannot afford a lawyer has not changed ever since. 

Today, the solicitor and migration agent advises refugees on their legal rights. She will talk about this challenging yet inspiring work at the 2014 WILPF Peacewomen Awards in … Read more.

West End police station

West End police station on the move

The West End Police station in Boundary Street – 130 years old, and the oldest operating police station in the State of Queensland – is soon to close its doors for the last time, and operations moved to purpose built new premises in Vulture Street. According to Queensland Police Union president Ian Leavers, the move comes none too … Read more.

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