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Logan roadworks in overdrive

Logan motorists are in for safer, shorter and less stressful journeys as a number of road upgrades take shape across the city. Four major roads and water projects, each valued at more than $15 million, will ...

Spike in ‘faulty goods’ complaints

Personal and household goods - furniture, whitegoods, TVs and computers - are at the heart of most complaints to the Office of Fair Trading. Statistics revealed over the weekend showed regionally, including ...

Two very challenging years for Logan

As we near the end of 2021, I want to thank the Logan community for their resilience and compassion during what have been two very challenging years. Logan is a diverse and connected community – we look out ...

Park and Ride now open

PEOPLE will be able to save the commute and hop on the bus now that 600 parking spaces and a new bus platform are open at Greenbank RSL. The park n ride facility is part of a $21 million public transport upg...

Graduates find police jobs

Logan police stations are about to see an influx of graduates from the police academy. Eleven graduates from the latest intake of trainees will be give orientation tours this week, and will find their way in...

Powerline incidents prompt warning

A woman was taken to hospital after her car hit a power pole at Middle Rd, Hillcrest, last week. The crash comes as Energex drives home what to do if powerlines come into contact with your car. They say there...

Father-son team spark title challenge

A Logan father and son team will be hoping to have an edge on the field at the WorldSkills Australia National Championships this weekend. The event will be at a number of Brisbane campuses from August Thursd...

Massive land release after road spending

About 32,000 residential lots in Greater Flagstone and nearby Ripley are set to be unlocked after the state government last week announced $37 million would be spent on new road projects. The roads are being...