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DOUGHNUT FREAK OUT: IT’S WORLD DOUGHNUT DAY

Today is World Doughnut Day. What better way to celebrate it than indulging in Brisbane’s best? Time to throw out the scales and maybe withdraw...

RALLY TO REINSTATE KERBSIDE COLLECTION

Frustration is brewing after more than a year without kerbside collection in Brisbane. Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner scrapped the service when COVID-19 hit. The Brisbane City...

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...

SKATERS TOLD TO ROLL ON AS MEGA GYM MOVES IN

Brisbane's last skate rink is set to close and be replaced with a fitness gym. The Stafford Skate Centre has been a neighbourhood icon for decades...

SCRAP THE PLAN AND START AGAIN

This Saturday (24/04/21) at 10am, hundreds if not thousands of residents are expected to flock to Langley Ave Park in Wilston for a massive...

ANZAC DAY GUIDE: BRISBANE 2021

This Sunday is Anzac Day, commemorating the Anniversary of the Australian and New Zealand Defence forces’ campaign on the Gallipoli Peninsular. As a special day...

ANZAC DAY TRIBUTE: AN INALA BOY AND WAR HERO

Leonard (Len) Walters is famous for good reason. He's celebrated as the only First Nations fighter pilot to serve in the Royal Australian Air Force...

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...

SPRING HILL RESIDENTS FURIOUS OVER 15 STOREY DEVELOPMENT

The inner-city suburb of Spring Hill is known for its heritage buildings. But residents say its character is under threat from a 15 storey dual...

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...
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"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...