Katherine Feeney

Katherine Feeney

Katherine Feeney heads the urban affairs desk for brisbanetimes.com.au. She is also one of Australia’s leading commentators on sex, love, dating and relationships via her popular blog CityKat.

Waterspouts bring a sickening sense of déjà vu to Bargara residents

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Katherine Feeney Tiles were ripped from a surf club but no one has been reported injured by a string of dangerous waterspouts which hit the Queensland coastline on Sunday.

Anatomy of a troubled satellite city

The riots in Logan.

Katherine Feeney and Danielle Cronin Logan is a satellite city south of Brisbane that usually attracts national attention only when there is trouble or tragedy.

Self-confessed troll defends the 'art' of online insults

Katherine Feeney Jaime Cochran is a 20-something professional living in Chicago. She works all day on a computer, but her real labour, the one she loves, is hated around the world. Cochran is a self-identified troll.

Safe sex campaign targets older women

Sexually transmitted infections are on the rise in the over 50s.

Katherine Feeney A new sex health campaign is targeting people outside the "condom generation".

Brisbane's Legacy Way underway

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Katherine Feeney Annabell, one of two 2,800 tonne tunnel boring machines contracted to Brisbane’s $1.5 billion Legacy Way tunnel, took six months to assemble on site.

Cremations overtake burials as final choice

Burials are taking a back seat to cremations in Brisbane.

Katherine Feeney Religion, space and economic rationalisation are all contributing to a funerary movement set to challenge long-held expectations about proper dealings with the dead, according to experts.