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In early May 2020 ABC Radio Brisbane put out a call to Queenslanders to contribute a small textile square which would be made into a ‘quarantine quilt’.
There are six new words up for consideration: baconeer, grandmillenial, bloodbiker, e-troduce, colourism and kangaroo word. Do you know what they mean?
Help keep Indigenous languages alive and join us for a culture quest online with this fun online activity and video.
Create a vision of future Brisbane using a mapping platform created by Digital Collections Catalyst 2020 Dr. Keir Winesmith.
Watch our quick how-to video to access online newspapers and magazines from Australia and across the globe in more than 30 different languages.
Enhance creativity, curiosity and pre-literacy skills for under 8's. Join Corner staff for exciting video activities exploring soft sounds, music and maps.