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Come and celebrate our new $3 million sewer

Queensland Urban Utilities is inviting Westenders to a community event on Saturday, November 29 to mark the completion of the $3 million West End Sewer Project. Festivities will be held at 17 Mollison Street from 4pm – 6pm, with residents treated to free food and drink from local cafés, musical entertainment and giveaways. Queensland Urban Utilities’ spokesperson, Michelle Cull, said …Read more.

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The Zonta Trash and Treasure is back in West End

The Zonta Trash and Treasure is back in West End

Zonta Brisbane Metro Breakfast Club’s The Zonta Trash and Treasure event is back again this Saturday on the Absoe front lawn on Boundary Street in West End. It is the flea market you do not want to miss out on. Not only will you have the great opportunity to find a very good bargain, you will also help support Zonta …Read more.

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Terry White

Raising the roof for Christmas

On Sunday 7th December, the West End Uniting Church on the corner of Sussex and Vulture Streets, West End, will be opening the doors at 3pm for a bit of Christmas shopping. Minister the Rev Suzie Pickering has organized fair trade stalls selling their wares, Amnesty International and Oxfam sharing information, and a small pre-loved stall to have a browse …Read more.

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Jam’n’Beats at Greenslopes

Jam’n’Beats at Greenslopes

The Jam’n’Beats experience is what you get when hundreds of locals bring their creativity, positivity and good-intent to a showcase of local talents. It is a place where you have the chance to inspire, or be inspired. The possibilities are endless. Don’t miss out, it’s happening on Saturday 29th November at Club Greenslopes, 131 Ridge Street, from 2pm-midnight. Bands/Live Acts: …Read more.

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Helen Abrahams

New SBS ad limits to hit Australian content

Free TV has warned that the Government’s decision to double SBS prime time advertising limits will have a direct impact on the continued production of quality Australian content. Free TV Chairman, Harold Mitchell AC said “Any increase in prime time advertising on SBS will come at the expense of the commercial free-to-air broadcasters who are the major investors in quality …Read more.

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Life, literature, history and politics

Life, literature, history and politics

‘In Conversation’ - Bob Carr and Thomas Keneally discuss Tom’s new book “Flappers to Vietnam”. VERANDAH MAGAZINE is proud to present an evening with Booker Prize winning author Thomas Keneally, and ex-Premier of New South Wales and Federal Foreign Minister for Australia, Bob Carr. To celebrate the launch of Tom Keneally’s latest book, Flappers to Vietnam, VERANDAH MAGAZINE is hosting …Read more.

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Breaking the Cycle of Homelessness

An in-depth look at homelessness in our society, by UQ Journalism Student Max Rowley. Like most people, Jason never expected to be homeless. But eight months ago, the unexpected became a harsh reality. It’s mid-afternoon in inner city Brisbane and Jason smiles to passers by as he raises The Big Issue in the air, brimming with positivity. It’s hard to …Read more.

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QCCL to QPS – Congratulations!

QCCL to QPS – Congratulations!

The Queensland Council of Civil Liberties has congratulated the Queensland Police Service on the outcome of G20 protests. Mr Cope, QCCL President said today, “The Council congratulates police and protesters on the absence of violence on the streets of Brisbane during the G20 and the minimum number of arrests.” “It is clear that the Queensland Police did learn the lessons …Read more.

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More customers are going Organic

More customers are going Organic

Latest industry report reveals new categories driving the 15%+ growth in $1.72 billion industry. The biennial Australian Organic industry report released today reveals key categories are driving exceptional growth results. The Australian Organic Market Report is a highly respected biennial publication commissioned by leading organic body Australian Organic and tracks trends in the Australian organic marketplace based on research by …Read more.