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Lujayn Hawari

Of Palestinian origin, born in Saudi Arabia, and raised in Australia, Lujayn Hawari is a young and passionate journalist for The Source News. She has an interest in international affairs and Islam-West Relations. 41 more words


Anyieth Kuotz

Anyieth Kuotz is an African-Australian aspiring journalist who desires for a more accepting world. With a passion for culture and social issues she takes on topics that society faces in the hope of educating, enlightening, and enthralling. 88 more words


Unable To Speak

Most of my life I’ve relied on the power of speech in order to convey my thoughts, feelings & expressions; however, He’s brought me to places where words simply cannot be uttered.   497 more words



Today’s post is in honor of my dad’s birthday and since this month’s theme is Family I thought it would be a perfect fit. I wrote this piece way back in February for a writing class that I was taking at the time. 780 more words

Monthly Theme

Calling all exceptional rehab therapists in South East Queensland!

We’re building a Network of Excellence and we want you to be part of it.

If you work in the field of physical and/or mental rehabilitation in the South East Queensland area or produce products that are helping improve the lives of those with chronic illness and disability we would love you to write about what you’re doing. 301 more words


Yasmin Nelson

Yasmin moved to Brisbane from Byron Bay two years ago to pursue her thriving passion for journalism, particularly in the Radio Industry.

She is currently studying a Bachelor of Communication, majoring in Marketing and Journalism at Griffith and has worked in several community radio stations over 5 years. 65 more words


Rebecca Bats

Rebecca Bats is a freelance journalist, currently writing for The Source News whose main interests include politics and foreign affairs, environmental issues and popular culture. Rebecca was drawn to the industry by the exciting prospect of having a role in society in which she could create discussion and reaction to important social issues. 17 more words