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QNews Magazine

QNews expanding! Position Vacant: Magazine Editor

QNews is expanding and, because of that expansion, now wishes to employ a part-time Magazine Editor. The Magazine Editor will join our existing editorial team. Online editor Jordan Hirst started at QNews in 2012, followed by designer Amsnel Gorgonio in 2015. Entertainment editor Michael James joined the team in 2016 and then current magazine editor …

The QNews App: easy mobile access to the news you want

QNews proudly announces the launch of our newest media platform — the QNews App. QNews publisher Richard Bakker said the migration to mobile apps and mobile-friendly websites was a long-established trend. “Over the last few years, smartphones and tablets revolutionised the way readers access news. As we go to press with this issue of QNews …

covid-19 QNews and QNews Magazine

QNews and QN Magazine: onward into the unknown

QNews.com.au and QNews Magazine will continue to work to keep our communities in touch during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the ever-evolving nature of the crisis, it remains essential that the LGBTIQ  communities retain access to information specific to their concerns. QNews currently emails a free weekly newsletter to subscribers. From next week, that will include …

Australia’s First Transgender Managing Editor Takes The Helm At QNews Magazine

An unwavering commitment to diversity will be the hallmark of Australia’s first transgender magazine editor, Destiny Rogers, who was recently appointed to oversee QNews Magazine. Destiny (pictured) began her media career in mainstream newspapers but yearned for a life more suited to her personality. She went on to strike a long and varied career in …

Issue 460

QNews Magazine Issue #460 | August 03, 2018

Queensland’s best source of Lesbian, Gay, Trans, Bi and Intersex news

QNews Celebrates 400 Issues

QNews Magazine was born in December 2000 a a celebration of the Queer culture, taking over from the defunct Brother Sister Magazine to keep the queer communities connected, informed and entertained. Now, 400 issues later, the number of channels we use to reach our community is than ever before: print, online, mobile, social media and …