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AUSSIE BACKYARD BIRD COUNT

Every year bird nerds across the country stop for 20 minutes and count the types of birds they see in their favourite outdoor spaces. This...

CLIMATE STRIKE 2021

On October 15, thousands of school students and young voters are set to take to the streets of Brisbane for the annual Climate Strike. The...

“URGENT ACTION” IS NEEDED TO SAVE QUEENSLAND KOALAS

37% of Queensland's remaining koalas have been lost in just 3 years. The unsettling figures were released by The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF). Across all of...

QUEENSLAND FLY NAMED AFTER ICONIC DRAG QUEEN

You've probably heard of RuPaul - one of, if not, the most famous drag queen on the planet. But have you heard of Opaluma rupaul?...

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...
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STATE FORCED TO GO IT ALONE ON BANYO LEVEL CROSSING INVESTIGATIONS

The Queensland Government has been forced to go it alone after the Brisbane City Council Lord Mayor and the Northgate Ward Councillor have refused...