We thank our advertisers for their support and ask you, our readers, to support them. Business Name Phone Numbers ABOVE ALL PEST CONTROL 0414 704 214 ACCOUNTANTS, STEPHENS & CO 3289 5347 ACREAGE DRIVEWAYS, Earthmoving, Top Soil, Fill 0422 340 600 AIR CONDITIONING, KEITH MARSH 5496 4330 & 0434 277 434 ALPINE ELECTRICAL 0418 457 […]Read More..
The Dayboro Bowls Club has been successful in winning a Gambling Community Benefit Fund grant. Member for Pine Rivers, Nikki Boyd said the club’s $19,422.73 grant would be used to upgrade the existing bowling green. After visiting the club to congratulate them on receiving the grant, Ms Boyd praised the club’s volunteers who continuously help […]Read More..
OCTOBER FINANCIAL DAY: Thank you to our sponsors Dayboro Bakery, Scott and Virginia Wiggins. Dayboro won the day with runners up Pine Rivers. Spider prizes Sue, Pine Rivers and Marion, Deception Bay. Fruit and Veg Tray winners were Colin, Dayboro and Maureen, Pine Rivers. $25 Gift Voucher winner was Audrey, Kallangur. CONSISTENCY FINAL was held […]Read More..
The Big October Ride on Saturday, 3rd October, is done and dusted for another year! Ride numbers were down again and after a review the ride has been moved back to the fourth Saturday of October (22nd October, 2016). The meals over the weekend were absolutely outstanding, prepared by chefs and pastry cooks. The steaks […]Read More..
The results of the 2015 Healthy Waterways report card are in and it’s a win for the many community volunteers who have partnered with council to improve and protect the Moreton Bay Region’s waterways. Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Deputy Mayor Mike Charlton said in 2015, the annual Healthy Waterways report card had evolved to recognise […]Read More..
Moreton Bay Regional Council is encouraging residents and organisations to use their smartphones and social media to unite against domestic and family violence. Acting Mayor Mike Charlton said council had joined communities across Queensland and pledged support to the Local Government Association’s Safer Families, Better Communities campaign. “There is no excuse for domestic and family […]Read More..
The next big item on U3A Pine Rivers’ agenda is our Open Day on Friday 13th November at the Strathpine Community Hall, Mecklem Street open from 9.30am to 12.30pm. Come along and meet the tutors as they have much knowledge to impart. Morning tea provided for gold coin donation. Members don’t forget to book for […]Read More..
A CSIRO scientist who had his home broken into has developed a new crime scene identification technique to help fingerprint criminals. By adding a drop of liquid containing crystals to surfaces, investigators using a UV light are able to see invisible fingerprints “glow” in about 30 seconds. The strong luminescent effect creates greater contrast between […]Read More..
Commence Christmas with a great night out on the Mountain! Mt Mee Carols on the Mountain – 2015 Saturday 28th November 2015 You won’t want to miss this yearly special night!. The venue is the outstanding Mt Mee Sports Ground, Thomas Road, Mt Mee,(Off Robinson Road – follow the signs). Patrons are advised to access […]Read More..
Olympathon During September both Kindergarten groups held an Olympathon. Watching 4 and 5 year olds do high jump, sack races and obstacle courses is quite possibly the cutest thing you ever will see! The Australian flag was raised as the national anthem was sung giving a true sense of patriotism. The parents even joined in […]Read More..