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About Christine
Christine Schindler is a journalist based in Brisbane City, Australia.
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QLD on cyclone watch after monster hail batters Gympie

05 Dec 2023  |  kidsnews.com.au
Queensland is on alert for its first cyclone of the season, named Jasper, after experiencing large hailstones in the Gympie region. The Bureau of Meteorology has tracked the tropical low from the Solomon Sea, which has developed into a category 1 cyclone and may intensify to a category 4. Gympie residents reported hail up to 10cm in diameter, causing them to seek shelter for their vehicles during the storm. Meteorologist Alison Osborne noted the unusual timing of the cyclone in an El Nino year.

Driver of Holden 4WD bogged near Queensland's popular Rainbow Beach

20 Sep 2023  |  www.townsvillebulletin.com.au
A driver in Queensland became bogged at a popular beach after failing to consider the tides. The incident, which occurred near Rainbow Beach, involved a Holden four-wheel-drive that was caught in the waves while trying to navigate the sand. Drone footage captured by local identity Rob 'The Ice Man' showed the vehicle being tossed around. Darren Daniels from Rainbow Beach Towing later extracted the car, noting the challenging conditions due to recent landslides and the incoming tide. With school holidays starting, Daniels anticipates more such incidents and advises drivers to check conditions and tides.

Kinkuna and Coonbarr residents told to evacuate from bushfire

11 Sep 2023  |  cairnspost.com.au
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services have issued an emergency warning for residents in specific areas of Kinkuna and Coonbarr to evacuate immediately due to a bushfire. The fire is expected to impact Palm Beach Road and conditions could worsen rapidly. Nine fire crews and aircraft are responding, while police assist with doorknocking. Residents are advised to follow their bushfire survival plan, avoid certain roads, wear protective clothing, and stay informed through QFES and local media. Power and services may be disrupted, and the area could become isolated.

Kingaroy Cooyar Rd, Upper Yarraman Maidenwell Rd issued fire warning

13 Aug 2023  |  townsvillebulletin.com.au
Multiple fire crews have been responding to a grassfire near Tarong National Park since 3pm Saturday. With 12 crews on the ground, the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) has issued a 'prepare to leave' warning for the area, advising residents to remain alert and ready to act. Residents are urged to follow their bushfire survival plans, prepare for evacuation, and stay informed through QFES's website and social media. Properties are at risk, and the fire is expected to impact the community, with potential road closures, power, water, and mobile service disruptions. Safety measures include avoiding Upper Yarraman Maidenwell Rd, charging mobile devices, preparing medications, and moving flammable items away from homes.

Eidsvold man Michael Denahy missing for five days

13 Aug 2023  |  cairnspost.com.au
Michael Denahy, a 56-year-old man from North Burnett, has been missing for five days since last being seen in Eidsvold. He was driving a blue Ford Falcon with the registration 565ZUV, believed to be heading to Victoria. Concerns are raised due to his condition which requires medication. Police are seeking assistance to locate him.

Measles alert issued for Noosaville and Imbil

14 Apr 2023  |  couriermail.com.au
A measles case identified in the community prompted the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service to issue a health alert for Gympie, the Mary Valley, and Noosa. Locations of concern include a childcare centre in Noosaville and venues in Imbil. People who visited these areas during specified times are advised to monitor their health. Measles is highly infectious, and symptoms include fever, lethargy, and a blotchy red rash. Individuals born before 1966 or vaccinated are generally considered immune. The measles vaccine is free for people born during or since 1966, and infants from six months can be vaccinated if traveling.

Measles alert issued for Noosaville and Imbil

14 Apr 2023  |  thechronicle.com.au
A measles case in the community prompted the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service to issue a health alert for Gympie, the Mary Valley, and Noosa. Locations of concern include a childcare centre in Noosaville and venues in Imbil. People who visited these areas are advised to monitor their health. Measles is highly infectious, with symptoms appearing around 10 days post-infection. Individuals born before 1966 or vaccinated are generally immune. The measles vaccine is free for those born during or since 1966, and infants from six months can be vaccinated if traveling. Further information is available on the Queensland Health website.

Measles alert issued for Noosaville and Imbil

14 Apr 2023  |  www.cairnspost.com.au
A measles case in the community prompted the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service to issue a health alert for Gympie, the Mary Valley, and Noosa. Locations of concern include a childcare centre in Noosaville and venues in Imbil. People who visited these areas during specified times are advised to monitor their health. Measles is highly infectious, and symptoms include fever, lethargy, and a blotchy red rash. Individuals born before 1966 or vaccinated are generally considered immune. The measles vaccine is free for those born during or since 1966, and infants from six months can be vaccinated if traveling.

The Hanfu Movement: China's Cultural Renaissance Through Traditional Dress

05 Apr 2023  |  Goldthread
The article discusses the resurgence of hanfu, traditional Chinese clothing, in modern China, particularly in Chengdu. Zhang Qinglin and Chen Lijun are among the individuals who have embraced hanfu as a way to connect with their heritage. The movement, which has grown significantly over the past 15 years, is driven by a desire to rediscover ancient Chinese culture and traditions. While some scholars like Kevin Carrico view the trend as nationalistic, others, including Philip Jun Fang, believe it's an oversimplification and that the reasons for wearing hanfu vary. The hanfu community has expanded, with organizations like Sichuan Hanfu promoting it as both an academic subject and mainstream fashion. The article also touches on the commercial aspect, noting the success of hanfu sales on platforms like Taobao. The piece includes insights from various hanfu enthusiasts who find a sense of identity, community, and expression through the garments.

My First Year 2023 Gympie: See all the schools participating

07 Mar 2023  |  www.couriermail.com.au
News Corp is celebrating the first steps of children entering school in 2023 with special galleries of the Gympie region classes. The feature includes a photo gallery of Gympie region 2022 Prep school students and highlights the importance of prep in developing independence, confidence, creativity, and problem-solving skills. Subscribers will have exclusive access to an online prep photo gallery to be published on March 15. A list of participating schools from the Gympie region is provided.

The Overseas Chinese Students Trapped Between Two Pandemic Realities

25 Nov 2022  |  www.sixthtone.com
Chinese students in Australia share their experiences of being caught between China's strict COVID-19 policies and Australia's approach to the pandemic. They discuss the impact on their education, personal lives, and future plans, with many expressing homesickness and uncertainty. The students' stories highlight the cultural and educational differences between China and Australia, as well as instances of discrimination faced abroad.

Terri Butler MP responds to community questions

20 May 2022  |  westender.com.au
Terri Butler MP did not attend a community forum in West End but responded to questions from community organizations and voters via video. The topics addressed included housing affordability, social housing, refugees, the religious discrimination bill, cost of living, small business, and climate and disaster preparedness. The video responses were provided without captions due to time constraints.

Climate Witness

02 Sep 2021  |  westender.com.au
Mark Doyle, a local filmmaker based in West End, Australia, created 'Climate Witness', a series of seven video stories, to support the 2020 Climate Emergency Summit. The videos were made in response to the devastating bushfires in Queensland and New South Wales, and the perceived inaction of the Federal Parliament. Doyle's work is informed by his background in mental health and his involvement with 350.org. He emphasizes the importance of reflective practice in storytelling and advises filmmakers to be familiar with their equipment and consider part-time work for financial stability. The article also mentions other filmmakers who inspire Doyle, such as Laura Poitras and Ken Burns.

Animal therapy award winner, artist, autism activist and chicken whisperer Summer Farrelly has a unique bond with chickens. Produced and filmed for 60 Second Docs.

One of a number of videos produced, filmed and written for South China Morning Post through their channel Goldthread.

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