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Very’ pleased to support next generation of PR professionals

31/05/2018

When Melinda Rogers and Michael Jacobson created Very Media they wanted it to be more than just another communications company on the Gold Coast. One of the priorities was to give back to the industry they love.

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Single mum Jodie nurses healthcare ambition

31/05/2018

Choosing to study on the Gold Coast was an easy decision for mature aged student and single mum Jodie Gregg. It’s the stepping-stone she needed to fulfil her dream of becoming a nurse.

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A Sanctuary For Wildlife And Life Changing Opportunities

28/05/2018

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary places a strong emphasis on the culture of its workplace. Every team member that you encounter, whether staff member or volunteer, not only greets you with a smile but genuinely seems to enjoy what they do and the environment in which they work.

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A Tale of Two Cities

25/05/2018

Yanji is a small Chinese city located within a stone’s throw of the North Korean border, given its location Yanji has had a challenging history and while officially part of China, a substantial part of its population is ethnic Korean.

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Beyond 2018 - Kate Jones shares her vision for the city

23/05/2018

Prior to winning the bid for the Commonwealth Games back in 2011 former Gold Coast Mayor Ron Clarke said that the city would not only benefit from $2 billion in economic investment, 30 000 new jobs and more than $500 million worth of new transport and sporting infrastructure, but the...

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Bond journos get Lost in Larrimah

21/05/2018

Bond University Senior Teaching Fellow, Caroline Graham has given some of her Bachelor of Journalism students the chance to put their super-sleuthing investigative skills to the test, by being involved in a six-part, podcast series being produced for The Australian.

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International diplomat wins top gong at Bond Awards

18/05/2018

A globe-trotting diplomat who played a critical role in the release of a kidnapped Australian aid worker in Afghanistan and drafted a key response to the Bali bombings has taken out Bond University's most prestigious alumni award for 2018.

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iEDM Wins Gold Coast Business Excellence Award for Student Employability

17/05/2018

Liam Howe is the Director of the local engineering, design and project management company, which on average has engaged the services of at least one intern every year since the company was founded in 2009.

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A Myriad Of Possibilities For The Future

16/05/2018

They descended from the sky on board 4 luxurious choppers gilded in black, scarlet, white and gold with an air of anticipation.

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PNG family make education a priority on the Gold Coast

15/05/2018

For the Ledimos, education on the Gold Coast is a family affair. All four siblings left behind their home in Papua New Guinea to study in the South-East Queensland city.

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To Boldly Go Where Few Young Men Have Gone Before
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Ground Breaking Autism School opens on Gold Coast
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From OP to ATAR – Queensland’s Changing Secondary Education System
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