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Readers: 80504
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Articles: 277
Comments: 75
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My WeekendNotes - 277
Join the team from VetLove Ashgrove for Barefoot Bowls in support of the McGrath Foundation and Breast Cancer Awaren... [more]
21/10/2018
For those who love their football and a good cup of coffee, there is now a way to combine the joys of both. The Gro... [more]
Mao's Last Dancer is the true story of Li Cunxin - a peasant boy from a poverty-stricken commune in rural China. Li... [more]
Ghandi Salt March Ltd and Teamworks, in conjunction with the Brookwater Golf Club will be hosting a multicultural ev... [more]
07/11/2018
Queensland's majestic Government House, "Fernberg" will be open to the public on Saturday, 13 October from 9.45am to... [more]
28/09/2018
What is that gliding along the Kind Beach coastline? If you find yourself, sitting on the white sandy shoreline of ... [more]
In times past, Brisbane had a light train network of trams curling through its streets and transporting residents ac... [more]
Twelve-year-old Eli Bell and his mute brother August live with their once heroin-addicted mother Frankie in Brisbane... [more]
If it's not enough that Samford is already blessed with mature forests, wide open spaces, and a rich rural community, it... [more]
The lives and hardships of Brisbane's 19th Century convicts will be brought to life in an interactive, social histor... [more]
06/09/2018 - 27/10/2018
There is no doubting that women, in particular, love books. I know, men do too but there is something special for a... [more]
What better way to welcome in Spring than through a musical extravaganza of Poppies, Poems and Performance. The thre... [more]
02/09/2018
Get ready for the skies of Brisbane to come alive with colour and light at the 2018 Sunsuper Riverfire on Saturday 2... [more]
29/09/2018
Roll up, roll up, for the greatest party under the stars. Music in the Moonlight is back this October. This annual ... [more]
13/10/2018
The Sunlit Sounds Music Festival returns this Spring with a dose of local, live music in the Gap in Brisbane. Sunlit... [more]
01/09/2018
Over 4 days, the surf side community of Kings Beach in Caloundra will host one of Queensland's biggest outdoor sprin... [more]
28/09/2018 - 01/09/2018
If you are like me and fancy a dip in the glittering waters of the Sunshine Coast but are not so keen on the idea of... [more]
The annual Spring floral display returns to the historic Brisbane arcade to celebrate the season of flowers. From 1-... [more]
01/09/2018 - 08/09/2018
The advertising flag swinging in the breeze on the street front of Merthyr Road and outside Ginger and Rose Cafe say... [more]
On a summer-like Sunday in winter, when board shorts, surfing t-shirts and peak caps snuck out from cupboard hiberna... [more]
At first, headstone cleaning might seem like an unusual thing to do, but that's exactly what The Friends of South Br... [more]
18/08/2018
I sometimes think the obsession with the comfy old, worn chair must be a Grandparent thing. You know the one. The s... [more]
Craig Silvey has crafted a compelling story based on a friendship between two teenage boys, Jasper Jones and Charlie... [more]
Just who is Dave Graney? The ever-stylish, always individual and unmistakably uber-cool Mr Dave Graney returns to Bri... [more]
10/11/2018 - 11/11/2018
A neighbour had told me about a novel which his friend had written which was set in the leafy Brisbane suburb of Ash... [more]
"Let them eat cake" said French Queen Marie Antoinette upon learning that the peasants had no bread. If you like th... [more]
08/09/2018 - 09/09/2018
When I was going to school, a trip to the canteen always brought with it a sense of breathtaking excitement. It was ... [more]
Movie night at Brisbane's iconic swimming hole, Spring Hill Baths, returns this October with a screening of the dram... [more]
06/10/2018
Leading design artists will feature their original works at this year's Winter Design Market. With over 40 stalls, t... [more]
28/07/2018
Books, writing and all things literary will be celebrated again this September during the 2018 Brisbane Writers Fes... [more]
06/09/2018 - 09/09/2018
A mix of art, food and history are a winning culinary and cultural combination at Mitchelton's Artist Cafe and Gallery R... [more]
Enjoy the outdoors and the best of Roma Street Parklands this winter at Parks Alive 2018. The free, 2-day event, runnin... [more]
04/08/2018 - 05/08/2018
As the days grow colder each July, I dream of experiencing a northern winter where flakes of white snow float from... [more]
22/06/2018 - 15/07/2018
Riverbend Books at Bulimba will host Australian actor and author, Peter Phelps at its store on 30 July at 6:30pm to ... [more]
30/07/2018
It was a case that captured the fascination of a country. The tragic loss of a baby in the harsh central Australian lan... [more]
01/08/2018 - 04/08/2018
Charles Manson is perhaps one of the most infamous cult leaders and criminals in US history. His commune, "The Fami... [more]
Wilston Village certainly can well claim the tag of "village". This now busy strip along Kedron Brook Road has seen... [more]
Released in 2013, Colette's France by Jane Gilmour traces the life and loves of the sometimes controversial, often compl... [more]
Squeeze out some sunshine and summer fun this winter at the Wynnum Central Beach Party while also supporting a great... [more]
29/06/2018
Ollies Coffee appreciates that a stop at a cafe is about the quality of the food and beverage, as well as an important c... [more]
Are you a McGregor, a McLean or a McIntyre? Is your family stepped in Scottish heritage or are you just curious abou... [more]
21/07/2018
There is no doubt that Australians love their pets. The Australian Veterinary Association estimates that Australia c... [more]
Stroll up the historic cobblestone laneway of the Brisbane West Village development in West End and you will find th... [more]
A trilogy of sandwich boards with the promise of coffee, barambah milk and a dog-friendly environment in upper Kenne... [more]
In late 2013, Australian born and then Al Jazeera journalist, Peter Greste was jailed along with two of his colleagu... [more]
12/07/2018
"The flower that blooms in adversity is the rarest and most beautiful of all." So is the inspirational quote from the Wa... [more]
19/05/2018 - 21/07/2018
Calling all unashamed foodies, would be Masterchefs and lovers of fine food and books. This one is for you. The enti... [more]
Since opening its doors in 1997, Avid Reader bookstore in West End has long held a special place in the hearts of Br... [more]
"It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live." Such was the advice given to Harry Potter by Dumbledore in just... [more]
Does anyone else remember coming home from school in the 1970s and watching an American sitcom about a nun who could... [more]
The creative works of Victorian artist Katherine Wheeler will be on display this June at the Paper Boat Press shop, ... [more]
01/06/2018 - 16/06/2018
It has happened in London. It's happened in Manchester and it's about to happen in Brisbane. Like other cities arou... [more]
26/05/2018 - 27/05/2018
There was a time when a trip to the Record Store was about as cool as it could good. Flicking through black vinyl r... [more]
21/04/2018
Driving along the Redcliffe Peninsula in the seaside suburb of the same name and looking out across the crystal ... [more]
It's a long way from growing up in the seaside village of Redcliffe on the edge of Moreton Bay to the conquering th... [more]
Many pawrents of furry, fluffy and feathered friends will agree that our pets play an important and heartfelt place ... [more]
The arrival of Macho Macho, a swanky new eatery in a small, suburban shopping centre in West Ashgrove, is helping re... [more]
Hands up who remembers going on a school excursion or family outing to discover the wonders of the solar system at t... [more]
The signage at the entrance to The Wired Owl Coffee Co in Sandgate warns, "Life's too short for bad coffee. Choose w... [more]
Are you looking for a special, original and individual piece that stands out from the crowd, to style your house? O... [more]
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