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Kids music beat

Date & time Mon 10 May 20219:00am to 9:30am Add to Calendar 2021-05-10 09:00 2021-05-10 09:30 Australia/Brisbane Kids music beat Come and enjoy the great outdoors with your little ones
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Quiz: How much do you really know about the Australian beef industry?

Test your knowledge about beef and its future as an industry. Thank you for dropping in and checking this post about “What’s On in the City of Brisbane” named “Quiz:
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The challenge of making public spaces safer for women

Belinda Lo and Olivia Greenwell meet once a week to go running at sunrise along the Merri Creek, in Melbourne’s inner north. They love the greenery, the birds and the
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Miami Aquatic Centre reopening FREE family fun day

The City’s $18 million investment in the redevelopment of Miami Aquatic Centre is complete and you are invited to come help celebrate with a free family fun day. On offer:
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HF Walking Ashmore

Tuesday, May 11, 2021, 9 – 10am Heart Foundation walking has more than 20 free weekly walks offered across the Gold Coast. Trained volunteers and organisers from the Heart Foundation, in partnership
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Mother’s Day lunch and Dinner at Rare Downtown Steakhouse

Mother’s Day lunch and Dinner at Rare Downtown Steakhouse Tables are still available for Mother’s Day at Rare! For the first time ever we are open Mother’s Day lunch and
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Hannah Quinn handed community service for death of rapper Jett McKee

A Sydney woman has been sentenced to a two-year community corrections order for accessory after the fact to manslaughter. Hannah Quinn was at her boyfriend Blake Davis’ house in Forest
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Man charged with attempted murder after Brisbane residential driveway attack

A 39-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder after allegedly leaving a man with critical facial and upper body injuries on an inner-northern Brisbane residential driveway. Emergency services were
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Kids hit local pools in their pyjamas

Geelong youngsters took a dip in their pyjamas or clothes that have “seen better days” to sharpen their skills for Water Safety Week. So why pyjamas? Thank you for dropping
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Is Brazil ‘overkilling’ its cattle herd to meet China’s demand for beef? And what does it mean for Australia?

China’s escalating demand for beef is being met by Brazil —  the world’s biggest beef exporter — but at least one analyst says Brazil has “overkilled” its national herd as a result, and the
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Scott Morrison announces $370m in biosecurity funding at Beef Australia 2021 as Federal Budget looms

Keeping Australia safe from devastating pests and disease will be the focus of a $370 million federal government splurge announced by Prime Minister Scott Morrison today. The funding, to be allocated
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Mass COVID-19 vaccine hub to open in Bendigo CBD

Central Victoria’s first mass vaccination clinic will open before the end of the month. A former call centre on Mollison Street is being transformed into a hub with 40 cubicles, capable
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Queensland Reds favourites for Super Rugby grand final against Brumbies, but statistics show not much between them

“IT’S OUR TIME,” the Queensland Reds’ marketing for the Super Rugby AU Final has screamed from the moment they locked in top spot in the standings, and all the hosting
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What will the federal government’s $10 billion reinsurance pool mean for you?

For over a decade Ann Greer has called her apartment at the Metro Quays home, but an insurance hike of $100,000 for the building in the past year is taking
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Brisbane motorists facing ‘obscene rip-off’ as the city once more becomes the nation’s most expensive capital city for unleaded fuel

The latest RACQ data reveals Brisbane service stations were pumping fuel at a 15-month record high in April, despite a fall in the international oil price. In recent weeks, prices at
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Mother’s Day is a hard day for so many women, but it’s time we threw out the old definition

The journalist leaned towards me over the cafe table, compassion in her eyes, a dagger on her tongue. “You don’t have children,” she smiled, tilting her head sympathetically, “so when
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