You speak highly of local news

Results of a survey into local news audiences has revealed people's passion for their local newspaper. Here are some of the findings from the survey run by Deakin and RMIT universities: • The majority of ...

New bridge a sturdy option

A piece of nostalgia - a one-lane timber bridge - will make way for a larger, higher and stronger two-lane bridge at Veresdale Scrub. The new $1.7 million Teese Bridge will be designed to be more flood-resis...

Just five days to have say on greenprint

In a council statement released Tuesday, residents have been given just five days to comment on a "greenprint" which has been designed with the intention of creating a more sustainable future for the city. F...

Love reading to the moon and back

If you love reading to the moon and back, this is your opportunity to join in an out-of-this-world experience. Libraries will on May 19 join National Simultaneous Storytime when NASA astronaut Shannon Walker...

Uncle Reg Knox’s legacy here to remember

A tribute to the late Uncle Reg Knox has been installed at Logan Central Library. Uncle Reg was a local artist who loved working with children and included their handprints in many of his projects as he expl...

Small business, big dreams

BRAD Apps is an entrepreneur. He's also just seen 15 years of software development pay off, selling his Logan-developed business to Telstra for $1.2 million. He won't be retiring just yet, but his Employe...

All in the name of progress

The state government last week maintained its view that a highway should be built through the heart of wetlands at Eagleby. What we're seeing is a fine example of farcical community engagement at play. It...