- Male Mini Foxie
- Not desexed
- Collar but no tags
The owner is distraught and offers a reward.
Please Phone Allan 0497 674 481
Parliamentary Secretary for Disabilities and Carers Senator Jan McLucas has been running several National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) forums around Australia. Senator McLucas is now coming to Brisbane to run the forum with Labor Senator for Queensland Claire Moore at Mount Gravatt Bowls Club.
Senator Moore, on her Facebook page, said: “These forums will be a great opportunity to hear the results of the senate committee inquiry (which I had the honour of chairing) and Jan’s insights into the process of bringing an NDIS to all Australians.”
The legislation to set up the NDIS was passed today by the House of Representatives.
Monday 25 March 2013
Carson Room, Mt Gravatt Bowls Club, 1873 Logan Rd, Upper Mt Gravatt
The following is a speech made in State Parliament yesterday by Member for Chatsworth Steve Minnikin.
I rise with great pride in this House to acknowledge the exceptionally good work of Mama Rene’s led by Pastor John and his wife Diane Dowell. This charitable foundation is based in my electorate of Chatsworth and I am proud to highlight its important charitable efforts in this chamber today on behalf of the residents of the Chatsworth electorate.
The Office of Councillor Ryan Murphy was broken into and set on fire by a blazing tyre early this morning. A police dog and its handler were also injured.
The Courier Mail reported Blazing tyre thrown through window of office of Councillor Ryan Murphy at Cannon Hill.
And the Australian reported Qld police dog bites arsonist on bottom
The Queensland Police report is as follows:
March 5, 2013 at 10:07 am
A 41-year-old Kippa Ring man is due to appear in court today charged with attempted arson, serious assault police and injuring a police dog following an overnight fire at a Cannon Hill business.
Media Release from Westfield Management
CARINDALE PROPERTY TRUST REPORTS FIRST HALF YEAR RESULT POST DEVELOPMENT WITH NET PROPERTY INCOME OF $17.5 MILLION UP 43%
Carindale Property Trust (ASX: CDP) today announced its half year results to 31 December 2012 with net property income of $17.5 million up 43%, which includes the contribution from the major redevelopment completed in August 2012. The IFRS profit for the half year was $8.4 million (2011: $3.1 million). Distributable income, which excludes unrealised fair value adjustments of $1.2 million, was $9.6 million, an increase of 6.7% on the previous corresponding period.
Westfield Carindale is one of the top 10 shopping centres in Australia. The financial results of the Trust reflect the recent successful $310 million (CDP share $155 million) redevelopment of the centre which delivered 120 new stores and increased the centre’s size by 22,000 square metres to over 136,000 square metres.
A local warns (via Twitter) about recent house break-in in Carnoustie Place, Carindale.
If you are in the Carindale area, please be wary of your home security the house was hit by a group of guys casing the whole street!
— AE (@avjames001) February 23, 2013
@avjames001 what street was that?
— Carindale Connect (@carindale_local) February 23, 2013
@carindale_local Carnoustie Place.The police said that there have been quite a few similar incidents in the area.
— AE (@avjames001) February 23, 2013
Social Inclusion Week, supported by the Federal Government, runs from Saturday 24th November to Sunday 2nd December 2012.
Add your thoughts at the end of this article about making the local community as inclusive as possible.
If you care about the local community and inclusion we welcome you to attend our next Carindale Community Forum on Wednesday 28th November at 7pm at Belmont State School, Carindale.
Gabrielle Huggett, Community Development Coordinator East, Brisbane City Council and Dean Bleasdale of Green Dean HQ will be speaking.
The SIW website says:
Police are searching for a man who stole money from a bank at Carina this morning.
Preliminary information suggests a man approached a teller at the Old Cleveland Road business around 10.25am and demanded cash.