Council path causes anxiety

I am writing to you on behalf of my 91-year-old mother. She has been a resident of Palm Lakes Waterford for six years having sold her acreage property for safer, secure living. She bought into Palm Lakes...

Effort to end homelessness deserves support

LOGAN'S YFS is again leading the way when it comes to finding solutions to homelessness. They crew there have launched a Logan Advance to Zero campaign which is designed to put an end to homelessness in this...

Kuraby features in rail mishaps reel

https://youtu.be/Qzb_nd5H1Uk Kuraby crossing has featured twice in a reel of "near misses" released by Queensland Rail this week. The video of what was described as "nail biting vision" of people narrowly...

Busy time for Soroptimists

It's been a busy time for us Logan Soroptimists. In recent weeks, we have held: A flea market at Mt Gravatt Sunday markets to raise necessary funds and promote our services; A clothing event, titled Sustaina...

Logan couple gets a lucky start

A LOGAN couple has been given a lucky start in life, with a $100,000 Lotto win providing them a deposit on their first family home. The unnamed couple won first prize in a super jackpot draw last week. "I...

Students make furniture for those in crisis

Students from a small school in Kingston are making their mark by refurbishing old furniture and giving them to people in need. They're also putting together flat pack items, such as coffee tables and book c...

Business finalists announced

Finalists have been announced for the 2022 Logan Business Distinction Awards. Some of last year's winners have returned to see whether they can retain their title, such as the Whitehouse of Waterford restura...

War hero Harold Showell turns 102

HAROLD Showell has celebrated his 102nd birthday with a quiet day out. Venturing to Wynnum, Mr Showell enjoyed cake and fish and chips surrounded by long-time friends Colin and wife Pat, their family and fel...

Tax dodgers on the radar

Demanding cash from customers, paying workers ‘cash in hand’, or not declaring all sales are the most common examples of the 43,000 tip-offs received by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) in the 2021-22 finan...