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 weeks ago

'Eat Out' Guide, Events, Uncategorized

Treat Your Mumma (Or Yourself) This Mother’s Day With A High Tea

High tea and Mother’s Day go together like scones and cream, and acclaimed Moreton Bay Kitchen is offering TWO opportunities to enjoy some specially-designed Mother’s Day culinary delights. Firstly, a pop-up restaurant, high tea experience at the Everton Park Bowls and Community Club.  Secondly, a “nosh box” delivered to your door in time for you to spoil Mum at home.... Read More

by Editorial Team , 3 weeks ago

'Eat Out' Guide, Community

Red Hot Second Birthday Party

It was time for celebration at Red Rooster Arana Hills earlier this month with the restaurant celebrating its very special second birthday under the management of Franchise Partners and locals Chris and Jenny Ianetta. There was a fried chicken branded cake, balloons and all the party trimmings with staff, family and friends recognising two years of being a part of... Read More

by Editorial Team , 4 weeks ago


Camp Mountain rail tragedy

On Labour Day 1947 – Monday, 5 May – a seven carriage train with service number E91 left Brisbane’s Roma Street Station at approximately 8.50am carrying over 200 people.  It was chartered by the social club for staff at the Department of Trade and Customs. They were travelling to a picnic at Closeburn to celebrate the public holiday. At that... Read More

by Editorial Team , 4 weeks ago


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 , 4 weeks ago

Community, Home and Garden

40 Enchanting years for cake decorators club

Have you fancied trying your hand at cake decorating? Or are you an experienced caker keen to make new friends? Whatever your experience level, the Brisbane North Cake Decorators (BNCD) will welcome you with open arms! The BNCD are a branch of the Queensland Cake Decorators Association and are a not-for- profit organisation. They foster the art of cake decorating... Read More

by Editorial Team , 4 weeks ago

Community, Health

Digital Disconnection

As age increases, digital inclusion tends to decline, but there is help at hand for those who may be lacking in confidence online. If recent events have taught us anything, it is the importance of accessible online communication. While social distancing measures have amplified the requirement for us to be digitally savvy, there is ample evidence to suggest the transition... Read More

by Editorial Team , 4 weeks ago

Newsfeed, Terrific Trails


Location: Turn left from Samford Rd to Settlement Rd and turn right into Mungarie St. Stop about 200m near the dog off leash area.  Length: 3.4km loop   Terrain: 2/3rd path is bitumen and the rest is loose gravel. Any amenities along the track? No Kevin’s notes: Lightly trafficked loop trail which is dog friendly. Quite steep at the start... Read More

by Editorial Team , 4 weeks ago


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 , 4 weeks ago


Join the debate on how Council regulates

Council is inviting residents to have their say on the future of our Local Laws to help better regulate and improve the growing Moreton BayRegion, as part of a sweeping review. Mayor Peter Flannery said the questions were simple but significant: What issues do you have with local law matters and what ideas do you have to resolve these issues?... Read More

by Editorial Team , 4 weeks ago

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