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Residents successfully rally against high rise apartments

MATTHEW HEPWORTH

Tarragindi residents have successfully stopped the development of a proposed six storey high-density development on the Tarragindi Bowls Club site.

The development was first proposed to Brisbane City Council as a joint venture between The Yeronga Services Club who own the land and retirement property group Retire Australia. 269 more words

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Residents to lose homes, but doubts linger over process

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LUKE ANSCOMBE

Protesters are demonstrating the widening of Lytton Road from four lanes to six as contractors continue to remove homes as part of Stage One of the Wynnum Road Corridor Upgrade. 306 more words

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The dizzying weight of art

“Art is the only way to run away without leaving home.” ― Twyla Tharp

It was a cool, slightly greying afternoon. Yellowing leaves from the ageing Jacarandas dropped in our hair as bird song and wind filled our ears.   378 more words

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Lytton Road squatters evicted

TOMAS KURU

Squatters on Lytton Road, East Brisbane have been evicted following a stand-off with police officers on Monday night.

The squatters, who were part of the… 280 more words

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Finalists for Brisbane's Cleaner Suburb Awards announced

KRISTINA BÅTNES HESTDAHL

Finalists for the 2017 Cleaner Suburb Awards have now been announced.

The awards were developed by Brisbane City Council as a way to praise the achievements of both residents and groups who are making an effort to keep the city clean and green. 269 more words

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Bowlers call for more funding to keep competition rolling

MADDELIN MCCOSKER

The number of bowlers at this year’s Multi Disability Championship were down due to a lack of funding from key organisations.

Although the event secured a grant from Brisbane City Council earlier this… 219 more words

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Raven Street and Chermside Hills Reserves

The day broke to another beautiful day making for a good walking day.

After meeting at 9.00 am the group walked up the main bitumen path past the Senses Trail to the Mangroves to Mountain corridor (Sign Chermside Shopping Centre 4.1 km). 523 more words

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