Month: January 2023

Logan artist expressing her heritage through creativity

Logan artist expressing her heritage through creativity

For Logan artist Stevie O’Chin, transferring schools to Carinity Education Southside was the catalyst for developing her self-confidence – and the start of her journey towards a creative career.

Supporting those living with a disability

Supporting those living with a disability

LOGAN City Council’s pride in supporting a highly inclusive local community for residents, businesses and visitors will continue with a new draft Disability Action Plan 2023-2025 released for feedback.

High School marvel is kicking goals

High School marvel is kicking goals

Year 12 Woodridge State High School student Eliza Lopamaua has conquered some great heights in 2022 in what is sure to be a wonderful and long rugby league career.

Pool safety heroes the key to saving little lives

Pool safety heroes the key to saving little lives

As the weather warms up, pools around the City of Logan are being prepped and preened for another summer of fun.

Lions look to Logan

Lions look to Logan

THE BRISBANE Lions AFL women’s team had the chance a few months ago to launch their new Springfield stadium with a first up grand final victory.

Let people work

Let people work

Job vacancies are approaching half a million, dragging business and economic growth down and fuelling a cost-of-living crisis.

What does the future hold?

What does the future hold?

No matter what age we are, especially after 50, we start the gradual process of thinking about ageing.

Feeling the pinch

Feeling the pinch

Since May 2022 we’ve had consecutive increases and if you’re feeling the pinch with your home loan repayments you’re not alone.

Regis Greenbank – Offering a carefree life

Regis Greenbank – Offering a carefree life

RESIDENTS from local aged care home, Regis Greenbank, adore the charm of fishing and the ability to immerse themselves in the activity.

Surgeon warns of skin cancers spike

Surgeon warns of skin cancers spike

PLASTIC surgeon’s workload removing skin cancers has doubled in recent months after many residents put their regular skin checks on the backburner during the height of the Covid pandemic.