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Bocce Taking Things up a Notch-ee!!

Welcome to my world of Bocce.  Keeping some sporting clubs active and growing these days can be a difficult task, so you do need to put some effort into it and have a committed group of people to run the club, as the Newmarket Bocce Club has. I thought I would give my take on an inspirational few words. To... Read More

by Editorial Team , 1 day ago

Community, Newsfeed

Make Aches and Pains a Thing of the Past

The Mitchelton Branch of the Older Womens Network Qld Inc (OWNQ) offers a range of get togethers throughout the month . As always, members of the community are welcome to join for any or all.    On Wednesday 26 May, Jessica Taylor, CEO of Australian Pain Management Association, will be taking the ladies through some tips on everyday strategies to... Read More

by Editorial Team , 3 days ago

Community, Newsfeed, Uncategorized

Graduating – Scout Style

It has been a busy month at the Enoggera Scout Den from graduations to clean-ups and exploring the local area. There is always something exciting going on at our local Scouts. Graduating – Scout Style Recently, two Cub Scouts, Zoe Gallager (who was just awarded the highest Cub Scout Honour of ‘Grey Wolf Award’) and Josh Kirkpatrick, turned 11. Upon reaching this age,... Read More

by Editorial Team , 3 days ago

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Qld Choir Presents Modern Masterpiece

The Queensland Choir will mark its 2021 return to concert giving in Brisbane on May 14 with a modern masterpiece set to resonate with audiences in post-COVID times. The Queensland Choir’s musical director Kevin Power says US composer Dan Forrest’s internationally acclaimed Requiem for the Living, which juxtaposes humanity’s struggles with the wonders of the universe, is a timely choice... Read More

by Editorial Team , 1 week ago

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Council assets to be lit in red, white and blue

Brisbane City Council will be lightening the Story Bridge, Victoria Bridge and City Hall in the colours of the British flag,(red, white & blue) in honour of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh this evening. The City Hall flags will be flown at half-mast today too. ...

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by Editorial Team , 2 weeks ago

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Arana Netball Ready and Raring to go!

Arana Netball Club is ready to go and nothing is going to ruffle their feathers during the 2021 netball season! As the players, coaches, officials and families prepare for the first game, their local community is right behind them. Just one example of this is when Red Rooster Owners Chris and Jenny Iannetta reached out to Arana Netball Club Inc.... Read More

by Editorial Team , 2 weeks ago

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Everton News – April 2021

CLEAN UP AUSTRALIA DAY Thanks to everyone who joined me for Clean Up Australia Day at Teralba Park. Despite heavy rain clouds, we had a good turn out and even managed to find a vintage washing machine near the creek! Thanks to Subway at Everton Park for providing us with a delicious bacon and egg roll to finish.   INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY On the 8th... Read More

by Editorial Team , 3 weeks ago

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Council extends support for ratepayers experiencing financial hardship

Ratepayers still struggling to pay their rates due to financial hardships may be eligible to enter a staggered repayment plan under a new rates hardship policy adopted by Council today. Mayor Peter Flannery said this was about affording people a little time if that’s all they need to get on top of their bills, which has become increasingly important in... Read More

by Editorial Team , 3 weeks ago

Community, Newsfeed

Start planning now for significant car parking reduction at Ferny Grove

With construction of the TOD at Ferny Grove train station commencing soon, rail commuters should start planning for a reduction in carparking spaces between June 2021 to October 2022. From the early planning stage, FGUK RA has regularly communicated with the TOD developer (Honeycombes) and worked together to facilitate several community information sessions.  From our perspective, Honeycombes have been diligent... Read More

by Editorial Team , 3 weeks ago

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Temporary closures of council facilities and services – Brisbane City Council

Following the Premier’s announcement of a three-day lockdown in Greater Brisbane, the following Brisbane City Council facilities, services and events will close to the public by 5pm tonight, Monday 29 March 2021, until 5pm Thursday, 1 April 2021 (please refer to Council website for specific information, as Easter closures may also apply following the lockdown): • Libraries (closing at 4pm... Read More

by Editorial Team , 3 weeks ago

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