Monthly Archives: April 2014

Caxton Street Seafood & Wine Festival Turns 20!

The Caxton Street Seafood & Wine Festival celebrates its 20th Anniversary on Sunday 8th June with a ravishing selection of seafood, street food, wine and music. What began as a few humble street stalls has become one of Queensland’s most … Continue reading

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You Need To Change Your Passwords!

It’s recently been discovered that there’s a security vulnerability that’s affected thousands of websites over the last 2 years. What’s been labelled the “Heartbleed Bug”, allows hackers who know about the glitch to secretly extract sensitive consumer information such as … Continue reading

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Brisbane Gallops Into Racing Carnival Season

Brisbane has cantered into the racing season spotlight with the launch of the 2014 Brisbane Racing Carnival. Minister for Tourism and Major Events Jann Stuckey said the Carnival had developed into a significant event on Queensland’s tourism calendar attracting visitors … Continue reading

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Queensland Hosts A G20 Party For All Nations

Planning is underway for the biggest party Brisbane has seen since World Expo 88 in the three weeks leading up to the G20 Summit in November. Premier Campbell Newman said the State Government was organising the event to take advantage … Continue reading

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