I was born and bred in Townsville and went to Hermit Park State School and Townsville Grammar. My parents still live in Townsville and it’ll always be home.
I was born and raised in Townsville and studied multimedia journalism at JCU so that set me on my career path. Judith Aisthorpe tells DUO what she’s doing now.
Emily Clarke shares she spent three amazing years in Townsville living on campus, enjoying the beach lifestyle and balancing university with a freelance photography and design business.
I grew up in Townsville when it was a lot smaller than it is now. It was a terrific place to grow up in the 70s and 80s says Brad Manuel.
I love it when you come into Townsville and see Steve Price’s billboard saying ‘Welcome Home’. One day I will replace his mug with my big deadly infectious smile and maybe say ‘Welcome to Country’.
National reform in the area of student mental health and wellbeing in our schools is taking centre stage.
Bringing virtual classrooms to regional Queensland, the Royal College of Healthcare delivers interactive environments for students in partnership with Queensland Health.
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