Pop down to George Davis Park in Mossman tomorrow from 10.30am to take home your own copy of Jinkalmu, a collaborative expression of Indigenous language and art, and the significance it plays in our community’s culture.
Cairns will be hosting Queensland Regional Parliament from today through to 11 May. Students from Port Douglas State School have already participated in Youth Parliament events held yesterday.
The Great Barrier Reef Education program delivers a unique outdoor learning opportunity for more than 6000 eligible students boosting our next generation’s understanding of Queensland’s greatest living asset.
Port Douglas State School students and staff will proudly display their efforts and achievements at tomorrow night’s Art & Learning Expo.
When the ancient Greeks started to ask their questions, they encountered an underlying problem with the answers. “But, how can we know that”?
Douglas Shire residents are being encouraged to take advantage of an ‘Emerging Leader’ opportunity on the board of Terrain NRM.
The first philosophers appeared in the sixth century BC in ancient Greece. With civilisation better established, and human cognition more advanced, thinkers began to question traditional explanations for the workings of the universe and society. They sought answers based on rational thought rather than religion or conventional thought until that time.
A new Palaszczuk Government language policy will help preserve, promote and revitalise the diverse languages of the world’s oldest living cultures. On Indigenous Literacy Day, Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships, Craig Crawford, said the Many Voices: Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages Policy is another significant step towards a re-framed relationship with First Nations people.