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Lindsey Leathers: Mid Semester Already?

Time is flying by

It feels like I just landed in Townsville with suitcases in hand, not a clue what to expect. Now, 7 weeks into semester and 2 months in Australia, it still doesn’t feel real to be here. 473 more words

Student Posts

603. A surprise birthday party. Can you guess her age...?

LOTS OF PHOTOS.

Donnis had four surprise Birthdays this year.

We are only a third of the way through. Should we expect more surprises?

The first surprise was on 20th March when her daughter Alecia and sister Linda and niece Simone arrived from Canada and called out surprise when they quietly entered our home and waited until she came out of the bedroom. 757 more words

Robert Towns Memorial Stone

Robert Towns was the so-called ‘founder of Townsville’ (if you completely ignore thousands of years of indigenous occupation). He played a huge role in opening up the agricultural potential of the region. 439 more words

Castle Hill

NEWS FROM THE NORTH - PHOTO

We recently posted an article called News from the North. We didn’t realise that there was a photo to accompany the article – so here it is. 28 more words

People

MAGNETIC ISLAND day 65

It was an early 6am start for us as we jumped in the car and drove down to Alma Bay for sunrise. Within minutes it went from dark and chilly to brilliant sunshine and what looked like a boiling hot day ahead. 281 more words

Backpacker

MAGNETIC ISLAND day 63

We had a very blustery start to our journey up to Townsville, torrential rain and wind while you’re waiting at a bus stop at 7am isn’t an ideal way to spend your morning! 209 more words

Backpacker