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Computer Zen - Computer Repairs and Servicing

Computer Zen – Computer Repairs and Servicing

Computer Zen is a locally owned and operated Computer Repairs business servicing all Brisbane suburbs including Carindale, East Brisbane & Bulimba.

Environmental Artist Launching Public Art Work in Carina Heights this Saturday

Environmental Artist Launching Public Art Work in Carina Heights this Saturday

An award winning Brisbane artist has collaborated with local landcare groups and council to create an exciting new public artwork in Carina Heights.

Could Brisbane be home to the next Zuckerberg? CodeCamp gets kids ahead of the game this summer holidays

Could Brisbane be home to the next Zuckerberg? CodeCamp gets kids ahead of the game this summer holidays

Code Camp has seen more than 10,000 students through their doors in Sydney and Melbourne and they’re getting ready to walk the talk in Carindale!

Developer wants to ignore environmental protection area

Developer wants to ignore environmental protection area

Leading retirement village developer wants to disregard BCC’s environmental protection area to build a private bowls green in an area that already has struggling bowls clubs. David Whitfield reports.

Bulimba Creek Sewer Upgrade update

Bulimba Creek Sewer Upgrade update

Construction is expected to start on the Pacific Golf Club corner of Scrub and Pine Mountain Roads around mid‐October.

Senior stylist needed - casual position in Carindale salon

Senior stylist needed – casual position in Carindale salon

Casual or permanent part-time stylist needed for small and busy Carindale salon.

Local Lions Club celebrates 50 years’ service

Local Lions Club celebrates 50 years’ service

Almost 100 members and friends of the Lions Club of Camp Hill Carindale have marked the club’s 50 year anniversary.

10 schools in Brisbane’s south vying for $5,000

10 schools in Brisbane’s south vying for $5,000

Belmont State School, Carina State School & Gumdale State School are among the local schools wanting your vote for a $5,000 grant from CUA.