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The Billai Dhagun track at Boondall wetlands

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are respectfully advised that this post contains the name of a deceased individual.

A large storm came through parts of the state’s south-east on Wednesday night.  161 more words

Photography

Brisbane City Council’s meth lab scourge

Government News Marie Sansom November 5, 2014

Brisbane City Council (BCC) has an expensive drug problem and it’s not getting any smaller.
With as many as 40 clandestine illegal drug factories identified within its boundaries each, the Queensland super council  is urgently appealing to the state government’s Department of Health (QLD DOH) to help it get, quite literally, clean. 98 more words

Drug Analysis And Toxicology

Councils want help with drug lab clean-up

Brisbane Times Kim Stephens October 29, 2014

A Queensland Government plan to handball responsibility for cleaning up clandestine drug laboratories to local government has prompted a backlash from Brisbane City Council. 92 more words

Drug Analysis And Toxicology

An Arty Potting workshop at the farm

At Beelarong Community Farm where I have my allotment they held an ‘Arty Potting’ workshop recently as part of the GOLD n’ kids workshops organised by Brisbane City Council for children and grandparents to spend fun time together during the school holidays. 88 more words

A Canned Discovery

I live in Brisbane City, Australia.  In the west, Monday (today) was our rubbish pick up day. I usually make my teenagers do a big yard clean-up just to fill the green bin the day before. 312 more words

Stories

Council to shut down Sunnybank Hills home businesses due to complaint residents

BY CHERYL YONG

Home businesses operating in Sunnybank Hills are to shut down by Brisbane City Council after residents complaining about traffic congestion and safety hazard in their residential area. 677 more words

Sunnybank Hills

A preserving workshop for kids

I ran a preserving workshop this morning over at Beelarong Community Farm where I have my allotment.

It was part of Brisbane City Council’s GOLD n’ kids… 204 more words