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Tuesday, June 15, 2021
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A DAY OUT IN: NEWMARKET

The community in and around Newmarket is arguable second to none, with so many things to see, do, eat and drink. It's been hard to...

BRISBANE’S FAVOURITE GREEK FESTIVAL IS ‘VIRTUALLY’ BACK

Though in its 45th iteration, they’ve adjusted things in these COVID-safe times. Paniyiri won't be in Musgrave Park this year. Instead it will be taking place...

MINDFULNESS LESSONS FOR BRISBANE BOYS

Traditionally our culture has taught boys to 'act tough', not cry and not speak up about how they're feeling. And the statistics show just how...

WELCOMING BABIES IN LILLEY

Lilley’s Annual ‘Welcoming the Babies’ event is back for 2021. Unfortunately cancelled in 2020 due to COVID, the event running for over two decades will...

URBAN PLANT HUNTERS

They're a community of inner-city green thumbs that are growing by the day. Celebrating their love for rare and unique plants and coming together to...

CULTURAL CELEBRATION AT CURLEW PARK

Vaisakhi Mela is one of the most important days in the Sikh calendar. It's a day of rich cultural displays and delights, with traditional dancing,...

SPECIAL OLYMPICS QUEENSLAND SETS SAIL IN SHORNCLIFFE

In March, Special Olympics Queensland (SOQ) is holding its state trials in various locations across Brisbane. At Shorncliffe the sailing heats are expected to heat...

BRISBANE TO BECOME A CANVAS FOR LOCAL ART

Now that we’re well and truly back into the daily grind, we all need something to look forward to to get us through the...

BRISBANE STREET LIBRARIES

Do you have the need to read? You could head to Dymocks or a Council library, or there could be a micro library hiding somewhere...

GOOD, OLD FASHIONED PEDAL POWER

Blast from the Past! If you’ve ever seen one of those bicycles - with a huge front wheel and tiny rear wheel – and wanted...
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BRISBANE’S QUEENS BALL

Brisbane City Hall will light up every colour of the rainbow this June for the annual Queens Ball. Brisbane Pride is running the event which...

ILLEGAL DUMPING FINES UP 300% AFTER CUT TO KERBSIDE COLLECTION

Brisbane City Council has been accused of 'revenue raising' after illegal dumping fines surged by 300% after the LNP Lord Mayor cut kerbside collection. The...

A DAY OUT IN: NEWMARKET

The community in and around Newmarket is arguable second to none, with so many things to see, do, eat and drink. It's been hard to...

WORLD’S BIGGEST GARAGE SALE

If you like garage sales then you'll want to head to Morningside - home to the world's biggest. A group of like minded people have...