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Brave Ideas for Accessible Cities

Our “ageing population” is almost a cliche. But as we’re all living longer, we’re all growing older, and more of us are living with disabilities. We want services and resources that offer us choices, convenience and freedom; cities that welcome and support active engagement with communities and opportunities for all. Share some brave ideas for [...]

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September 2012 Issue: Seeking asylum

In this issue of the Brisbane Line we examine views about those who travel to Australia by boat seeking asylum. It’s a complex issue with strong emotional and political dimensions and an expert panel has recently provided advice on how to move forward in a way that addresses the policy dilemmas and humanitarian challenges. Chaired [...]

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August 2012 Issue: Who are we, really?

This month we’re pleased to partner with one of Australia’s consistently outstanding journals, Griffith REVIEW, to examine ideas about Australia’s identity and our place in the world. With its eclectic mix of essays, reportage, memoir and fiction, Griffith REVIEW throws a whole bunch of exciting ideas into the life of our country every three months. Under [...]

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July 2012 Issue: Streets of your town

Brisbane Line welcomes new editor David Mayocchi. A brochure in my letter-box from the Brisbane City Council asks if I have better things to do than sit in traffic. If I have better things to do, it suggests I use the Go Between Bridge. I guess it’s either that, or listen to one of the [...]

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