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Bridge builder cemented into history books

29-07-2016 The Story Bridge is Brisbane’s most iconic structure and now the man who helped build it has been honoured with a place among Queensland’s business icons.

Pastoral heritage recognised in 2016 Hall of Fame

29-07-2016 A pastoral empire that stretches across 5.8 million hectares has been inducted into the Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame.

Queensland’s biggest company earns Hall of Fame honour

29-07-2016 It celebrates the centenary of its foundation this year and now Suncorp has made it into the history books as one of the newest members of the Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame.

IT industry pioneer inducted into Hall of Fame

29-07-2016 Queensland IT industry pioneer Mincom started in 1979 when most mining companies didn’t even own a computer and tallied up their figures on accounting machines.

From city to bush: Qld business legends inducted into 2016 Hall of Fame

29-07-2016 Their names are iconic to their industries and now six of Queensland’s business legends have been honoured with a place in the Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame.

Hall of Fame reserves seat for company director Rod Wylie

29-07-2016 He’s sat on many of Australia’s top boards, but company director Rod Wylie’s newest seat is in the Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame.

Nation’s first female stockbroker figures in Hall of Fame

29-07-2016 Family folklore has it that when little Margaret Mittelheuser was collected from her first day of school, the astounded teacher asked her mother: ‘What have you brought us’?

Winter school at QUT opens opportunities for Indigenous students

28-07-2016 The QUT Winter School for Indigenous students brought together students from Queensland, South Australia and New South Wales to get a glimpse into life after school.

Youth justice experts want Royal Commission extended to all Australia: open letter

27-07-2016 An open letter to the Prime Minister to extend the Royal Commission into Youth Detention to all Australian jurisdictions has been signed by Australia’s juvenile justice experts.

QUT behavioural economist wins the Young Economist Award

25-07-2016 Top behavioural economist Lionel Page, from QUT’s School of Economics and Finance, has been named the 2016 Young Economist of the Year, an award that honours the best “Australian economist under the age of 40 who is deemed to have made a significant contribution to economic thought and knowledge”.


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