Linda’s painting takes national prize

LOCAL woman Linda Woodward who lives at the Arcare Logan Reserve facility has won Arcare’s third national 2022 national card art competition. Linda’s entry was a snowy Christmas scene. “My mother used to pain...
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Care garden now an inviting place

LOGAN Hospital’s new Garden of Peace in the Palliative Care Unit is officially being opened today (October 11). The courtyard was transformed as a joint project by Beenleigh, Logan and Loganholme Rotary clubs ...

A face emerges from the darkness

Woodridge local Jono Searle has been selected as a finalist in this year’s Brisbane Portrait Prize contest where 56 finalists were chosen from 600 entries. An editorial, lifestyle and corporate photographer ...

Old-style printing in vogue at village

DES Cater was obsessed with letterpress printing and he was the driving force behind the print shop at the Beenleigh Historical Village. His dedication and passion were recognised last Friday when a plaque r...

It’sssss that time of year again

IT’S that time again, snakes are coming out of their winter hibernation. That means they are active and moving around looking for a feed. Logan snake catcher Glenn “Ozzie” Lawrence reckons if you leave th...

Ned’s bar brings island ‘treat’

KAVA bars are commonplace at many villages throughout the Pacific islands but they are rarely found in Logan. One man is doing his bit to remedy that situation by opening a kava bar in beautiful downtown Sla...

Peace poles a message to humanity

There are more than 250,000 Peace Poles around the world and three more were recently erected at sites in Logan. Councillors Miriam Stemp and Mindy Russell collaborated with the Rotary Club of Loganholme to ...