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1 September 2016

Five Minutes With… BBC’s Scott Finlayson

Ensuring the 2018 Commonwealth Games leaves an overwhelming legacy for the Gold Coast is one of the biggest opportunities and challenges the city is facing, according to BBC’s Scott Finlayson.

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10 August 2016

LESS CHAT ABOUT M1, MORE CHAT ABOUT TRANSIT

CITIES that are designed to be reliant on cars are bound for failure.  Cities that adopt a capable and dependable transit system are bound for success.

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14 June 2016

YP PRESIDENT HIGHLIGHTS IMPORTANCE OF A UNITED VOICE

PRESIDENT of Young Professionals Gold Coast Sean Braybrook says as the city continues to evolve as one of the most dynamic places in the country, it’s vitally important the community supports and encourages those willing to push the boundaries.

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31 May 2016

Future city leaders rally behind innovation

ON the back of the State Government’s blitz on rideshare drivers, future city leaders have thrown their support behind Uber saying innovation and entrepreneurship need to be recognised as real economic drivers.

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18 May 2016

TACKLING YOUTH HOMELESSNESS

THE NUMBER of crisis care beds on the Gold Coast for homeless young people is about to double, as construction of the Gold Coast Project for Homeless Youth’s Bill Hoyer House nears completion.

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11 May 2016

Have your voice heard!

What does criticism against the SUNS or for that matter the Titans have to do with community cabinet? 

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19 April 2016

THE CITY’S BIGGEST CHALLENGE: MANAGING POPULATION GROWTH

TOWN planner Nicole Bennetts says Gold Coasters have a responsibility to attract investment to the city, and it is only through wise investment that the city will be able to manage population growth.

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12 April 2016

OZHARVEST: WHEN ANGER AND PURPOSE COLLIDE

WHAT pisses you off enough?  Well, therein lies your purpose, says social entrepreneur Ronni Kahn.

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7 April 2016

KICKING GOALS IN THE RIGHT PLACES

SHANE Primrose and Adam Harrison are playing a different game when it comes to entrepreneurship.The football fans have teamed up to create Good Football, a social enterprise where for every ball sold, another is donated to a child in need.Primrose says Good Football doesn't just tackle issues with health and...

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7 April 2016

GIBSON 'GETS' IT

SHE'S 22, a CEO, and making kids think about the only thing that really matters. Nicole Gibson, the founder of The Rogue & Rouge Foundation and the youngest National Mental Health Commissioner to ever be appointed in the Commonwealth, is proof that millennials are so much more than the stereotypes.Gold...

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