Truth Day a huge success

By Murray Murchison. Troubled by the preponderance of falsity and gaslighting in the world, the editorial team at the Plain Dealer have approached high profile figures from government, industry and sports to eat a little humble pie and shine some sunlight onto their dirty laundry. And so the inaugural Plain Dealer Truth Day was conceivedContinue reading “Truth Day a huge success”

Fashion Week trends: bespoke, hijabis and cabbies!

By Shirley Higgins-Croft The 2017 North Queensland Fashion Week has launched with a glittering ceremony at Edge Hill Bowls Club, hosted by Karl Stefanovic, and with music by Steven Tin Tin Duffy. The opening night showcase collection,¬†FlamBOIance¬†by Hipster Moi (above) received a warm response from the audience, which contained a who’s-who of North Queensland fashionContinue reading “Fashion Week trends: bespoke, hijabis and cabbies!”

Muxes of Mareeba announce dating workshops

By Heather Luck Tablelands Community group, the Muxes of Mareeba (MoM), have announced a series of dating workshops for men, aimed to help lonely and isolated men attain the skills that will enable them snare their perfect love match. The Muxes, who are a popular part of the vibrant Mexican community on the Tablelands, areContinue reading “Muxes of Mareeba announce dating workshops”

March 2017 Classifieds

Looking For Love Hirsute Argentinian helicopter pilot in late 40s with drinking problem and misogyny issues seeks a Spanish-speaking supermodel with grassy patch (landing strip pref) and navigable overhanging obstacles. No Brazilians. @argie_chopper_juan Freshwater Woman seeks Ryan Gosling lookalike with a sporting outlook to perform a range of personal duties. No tatts, no four-packs, noContinue reading “March 2017 Classifieds”

WBU to connect crocodiles to the internet

By Paolo Zupp Academics at the William Bligh University Cow Bay campus have announced the first Internet of Things (IoT) degree course which will be offered from July this year. The IoT technology is a burgeoning area of Computer Science and IT and promises to connect everyday objects, such as cars and coffee mugs, toContinue reading “WBU to connect crocodiles to the internet”

HipMoi to close due northerly winds of unhipness

By Allan Povah The HipMoi Corporation have announced that they will be closing the doors on their Cairns offices in Abbot Street by the end of March. This will mean the loss from the Far North Queensland area of some ambient hipness and around seven jobs . According to acting HipMoi Regional Manager Rhys Staniwell-HarrisonContinue reading “HipMoi to close due northerly winds of unhipness”