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Colouring our community – one mural at a time

Everton Park State High School is looking pretty colourful these days, all thanks to local artist Kirsten Button Kirsten was commissioned to create this beautiful mural (pictured above) for the school in honour of our Anzacs. Her brief was to represent a traditional Anzac figure – a woman –  and also incorporate an indigenous element, which is illustrated in the... Read More

A Giant Kookaburra Flew Into The Hills!

On Tuesday 21st July students and teachers at Patricks Road... Read More

A stitch in time – Craft during COVID

If you started ‘crafting’ during lockdown and are on the... Read More

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Homemade Remedies for the Garden

It’s only a few weeks until Spring – 1st September of the calendar month.  Already some shrubs and roses are producing new growth and the weeds are going crazy! Keep a watch out for Bindi seedlings in the lawn and remove them before the prickles in the centre begin to develop. Many years ago, a guest speaker gave members of... Read More

by katie , 7 days ago

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A lifetime of taming local tresses

Meet Maree Madders of Ferny Hills. She may be familiar to many local ladies out there who have called upon her services in order to tame their tresses over the years! Maree has managed to notch up a massive 50 years in the hairdressing profession, with the majority of that time having been spent working in the local area. Maree... Read More

by katie , 7 days ago

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A Giant Kookaburra Flew Into The Hills!

On Tuesday 21st July students and teachers at Patricks Road State School enjoyed a visit from a giant kookaburra. This massive kookaburra was constructed by Dr Farvardin Daliri from Townsville. He usually splits his time between Brisbane and Townsville but has been stuck in Brisbane due to the Coronavirus lockdown. Whilst here, he set to work in perfecting his most... Read More

by katie , 7 days ago

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A stitch in time – Craft during COVID

If you started ‘crafting’ during lockdown and are on the lookout for more creative projects, look no further than The Nest Community in Everton Park. Here you can enjoy weekly low-cost sewing, ‘Learn to Crochet’ or Knit classes with the sustainable crafters. The Nest Community is founded on the principles of ‘craftivism’ that celebrates the social benefits of making by... Read More

by katie , 7 days ago

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Defibrillator donation to better equip Picabeen Community Centre

Mitchelton Rotary Club has seen many challenges in its 50 years of community service, none more confronting than the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic.  Throughout lockdown and restrictions the club has continued to support our struggling local organisations with financial donations toward their ongoing work in the community. The Club were successful in securing a Rotary District Grant in March for a... Read More

by Editorial Team , 3 weeks ago