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"There is a tendency for those who saw Queensland in the 1970s and '80s from a distance as an embarrassing national joke – simply the product of police corruption, tawdry sex, draconian regulations and incompetent politicians. All were there in abundance, but they were the...
"Think Queensland and I immediately conjure apartheid births and prototypes, stolen Aboriginal wages, native title rise and fall, the National Party, the Country Party, and any other Queensland wheat-belt-born party with a minority to vilify. But maybe this is all in the past? Our new...
It appears there is a particular concentration of well-connected individuals on Brisbane's public sector advisory boards. Six degrees of separation? Malcolm Alexander explores the small-world model and how social networks are responsible for unexpected consequences of small but familiar coincidences of social life. It appears...