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EASTER WEEKEND BOREDOM BUSTERS

The Great Brisbane lockdown is lifted just in time for the the Easter long weekend and there is so much to see and do...

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...

WHAT’S NEXT FOR CAM SMITH?

He is without a doubt one of Queensland and Australia's best Rugby League players. Cameron Smith has crafted tries from nothing and led the mighty...

HAIRDRESSERS WITH HEARTS

Like the name suggests Hairdressers with Hearts is exactly that, an organisation combining cutting hair with empathy and support for victims of domestic and...

FESTIVE FOOTPATHS: SHOULD THEY STAY OR GO?

Brisbane City Council trialled a Festive Footpaths program, where residents were allowed to decorate street trees and vegetation with lights and other ornaments over...

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...

A DAY OUT IN: BRACKEN RIDGE

Brisbane suburbs are full of unique and wonderful attractions just waiting to be explored and Bracken Ridge is no exception. This northern suburb's green spaces are...

BRISBANE THEN: BANYO

BANYO is a Murri word meaning small hill or ridge. The northside Brisbane suburb took the name from its railway station in about 1897, according...

ALL SYSTEMS GO FOR INDIA DAY FAIR 2021

Brisbane is a proud multicultural city. Millions of people from all corners of the Earth call the river city home. Each year the various cultures are...
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It's that time of year again when umbrellas come out and aerogard goes on. This summer is set to be wet with the Bureau of...

4 VOICES: USING CONNECTION AS A WEAPON AGAINST SOCIAL ISSUES

"In Australia, 50,000 women are experiencing homelessness." "More than 33,000 are fleeing domestic and family violence." "1 in 8 are not online - disconnected digitally and...

WHAT’S THE HOLD UP? POTENTIAL BANYO RAIL CROSSING UPGRADE AT STANDSTILL

It's been the location of multiple crashes and the talk of the locals for years now and everyone agrees, something needs to be done...