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Working from home – a pain in the neck?

Neck pain is an extremely common complaint among desk workers and at Keperra Physiotherapy Clinic they have seen a large increase in neck pain and headaches with the move to working from home during COVID.   Much of this is neck pain is associated with workstation set-up and a change in daily routine with zoom meetings meaning workers are moving... Read More

by katie , 1 week ago

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Local physio will have you performing at your peak

Rohan Davies and Kate Macdermid are at the core of Northside Sports Medicine and hold an expansive 35+ years of Physiotherapy experience between them. That’s not bad in a profession where the average career spans only 7 years!  Rohan and Kate are passionate about helping people achieve their best, whether they are looking to improve activity levels, or to recover... Read More

by katie , 1 week ago

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Researching the Convict in your Family!

Recently I walked past a local liquor shop and saw a promotion of a new wine label, 19 Crimes.  The wine label has used the original gaol photographs of a number of convicts transported to Australia for their crimes. This put me in mind of my research for my convict ancestors.  How I would have loved to see one of... Read More

by katie , 1 week ago

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Come and Try the great game of Netball!

As the Downey Park Netball Association 9-Week Blast comes to an end, Arana Netball Club have already prepared additional netball opportunities for our community. Arana Netball Club Inc are offering junior players (7-13year olds) the opportunity to come and try netball or brush up on their skills during the off season with a FREE junior netball clinic. The clinic will... Read More

by katie , 1 week ago

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It’s Mural Mania in the Art Department!

Year 9 and 10 Art Students have been involved in an ‘artist in residence’ workshop, with local Sunshine Coast artist Sarah Sculley. The project involved lessons held over a month where students learned the process of creating a major mural project with involvement in concept design and mural painting techniques.  Sarah incorporated the students’ design concepts to develop the finished... Read More

by katie , 1 week ago

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Student team crowned Brisbane North champions

Over the first seven weeks of Term 3, two teams of keen and enthusiastic students from Everton Park State High School prepared for this year’s Brisbane North Opti-minds Challenge.  These students took part in the Year 7-9 Division of this annual competition. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, this year, teams had to prepare video submissions for assessment by a panel of... Read More

by katie , 1 week ago

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Experiencing Diversity at Mitchelton State High School

There is always something exciting happening in the International School at Mitchelton State High School.  This term the school has welcomed three new students from China, Vietnam and Colombia. The students have commenced a busy term, participating in various activities including basketball club, netball club, soccer club, informative presentations from UQ and QUT and the celebrations of National Science Week.... Read More

by katie , 1 week ago

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Memories – The Enoggera Tram

Click, Clack! Click, Clack! Pictured is the Enoggera tram on its final day – travelling to Chermside on Sunday 1st December, 1968. While the very last tram journey took place in Brisbane the following year on 13th April, 1969 (over 50 years ago!),  this would be the last service that took place in the Enoggera area. Who out there remembers... Read More

by katie , 2 weeks ago

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Temporary traffic disruptions in Brisbane CBD

The Queensland Police Service (QPS) has advised Brisbane City Council of possible protest activities to be held around the city tomorrow, starting from 4pm, with procession from 4.45pm. The protest activities are expected to be in the CBD and West End, particularly between King George Square and Musgrave Park. March routes are subject to change on the day at QPS... Read More

by katie , 2 weeks ago

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More than Just a Hobby

At only 15 years of age, Paige Willis has achieved the outstanding feat of earning an Australian Scout Medallion!  As a resident of Upper Kedron and a member of Grovely-Mitchelton Scouts since 2013, Paige dedicates one night a week to showing her Scouts family what she’s made of—and she has no intention of quitting anytime soon.  According to Paige, the... Read More

by katie , 2 weeks ago

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