Last year Chris Boyd read an article about bullying in a local high school and he knew he needed to do something about it.
Every year for the past five years tech savvy high school students on the Gold Coast have helped solve real world problems through the Mayor’s Telstra Technology Awards.
On July 1st the Australian government finally entered the space race with the Australian Space Agency. While there’s been much excitement about the launch, the reality is that local companies are have been active in the sector for some time, including Gilmour Space Technologies on the Gold Coast.
In 2017 during his final year of IT at Griffith University, former Mayor’s Student Ambassador Josh Murchie attended a startup weekend organised by Study Gold Coast. Within the space of 12 months the seed of his idea had evolved into a fully fledged venture with investors and partners.
We all know the saying ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’. A Gold Coast university is taking the phrase to a new level of awareness via a unique social experiment to challenge prejudice and social stigma.
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...