School Principal Raises Questions Around Refugee Education

St James College, Brisbane Principal, Ann Rebgetz has raised questions around the federal government education funding for refugee students that turn 18 while at school. Principal Rebgetz made the comments at a well attended event and tied education to liberation. “We have 20 students who’ve just come off Nauru, and I mention that particularly because those students are very aspirational,” ...

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Moreton Bay Region Bin and Dump Services to Change Forever

Massive changes are coming to waste across the Moreton Bay Region. This will affect bin services and how you can use your local dump or transfer station. Moreton Bay Region Councillor, Adrian Raedel took the time to speak with us and explain the impending changes. “There’s big changes coming to waste, we’ve got two components to it,” Cr Raedel said ...

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Ugly Wamuran Pump Station Turned Into Attractive Art

Ugly Wamuran Pump Station Turned Into Attractive Art

A water pump station located on Station Road, Wamuran has undergone beautification, featuring a steam train, pineapples, and bananas in acknowledgement of the town’s rich history. Moreton Bay Regional Councillor, Adrian Raedel explained how he was the catalyst to have the grey besser-block eyesore painted and transformed into a vibrant piece of feature art. “It started out, Unitywater had to ...

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$3.5 Million Election Promise for Caboolture PCYC

The current federal election campaign has provided a promise of a brand new Police Citizens Youth Club (PCYC) in the Moreton Bay Region. Federal Labor has promised $3.5 million, while the Moreton Bay Regional Council has committed to $2.5 million. This is alongside expected grants from the State Labor government, which could take the project up to about $8 million ...

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