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Published 11 October 2019
Immerse yourself in the artistic expression of the world’s oldest continuing culture with Indigenous Australian exhibitions and workshops on offer across the Moreton Bay Region through to November.
Published 10 October 2019
Right now is the perfect time to think about how you can prepare for any surprises summer may have in store.
Published 26 September 2019
Council and Unitywater encourage residents reliant on tank water to be prepared by checking their water level and topping up their tank.
26 October 2019
Redcliffe’s local air force cadets have sought council approval to host a Freedom of Entry march along Redcliffe Parade.
The Eastern Yellow Robin is a common inhabitant of forests and woodlands in eastern Australia, usually with a tall shrub layer and sparse ground cover.
27 October 2019
Pack your picnic blanket and treat Nan and Pop to a morning of mouth-watering food, live music, kids rides and activities.