The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) is aware of the ongoing and increasing transport pressures relating to road, active transport and public transport modes on the Bulimba Peninsula in the suburbs of Bulimba, Hawthorne and Balmoral.
To address this, TMR is undertaking the Bulimba Peninsula Transport and Congestion Study to provide a better understanding of these pressures. The study is a multi-modal transport and traffic assessment of the Bulimba Peninsula, including the suburbs of Bulimba, Balmoral and Hawthorne.
The study will investigate ongoing and emerging traffic and transport pressures relating to circulation within the Peninsula by private vehicle, public transport and active transport; and key connections via the river, road and rail network to adjacent suburbs and core employment centres.
Have your say by 3 June 2018.
Read how to get involved below.Read more
The role of the Queensland Sentencing Advisory Council is to inform, engage and advise on sentencing matters in Queensland.
The Council is holding an information session at Brisbane Square Library (Community Meeting Room) on Wednesday 23 May between 1.30pm and 5.30pm.
As a member of the public, you are invited to drop in any time during the information session.
The Council would like to talk to you about their work and in particular hear your thoughts on their current sentencing reviews:
- sentencing for offences involving the unlawful death of a child
- community based sentencing orders, imprisonment and parole options.
No need to book an appointment, just come along at a time that suits.
The search is on for UNICEF Australia’s new Young Ambassadors.
Do you know a passionate young person who could be the next champion for children’s rights?
This is a rare opportunity to speak up for children and to help create a world where every child is safe, heard and supported to reach their full potential.
The Young Ambassador program is a one-year, voluntary role open to young people aged 15-24 from every state and territory in Australia and from all different kinds of backgrounds, experiences and skill sets.
You can find out more about the Young Ambassador program and how to apply here.
Applications close on 20 May, 2018 at 11:59pm.
The Queensland Anti-Cyberbullying Taskforce invites individuals and organisations to make a submission by the closing date of 1 June 2018.
The Taskforce wants suggestions to prevent or reduce the incidence of cyberbullying, and to support those affected if a young person is cyberbullied. Submissions about young people’s experience of cyberbullying are also welcome.
As ANZAC Day approaches it is important that we show support to the brave service personnel who have served and protected our country and how much we appreciate their sacrifice.
Soldier On has set up page where you can leave a message of thanks along with a donation as an expression of your gratitude for the work they do to protect our way of life.
It would be great if you could contribute your support by visiting this page. All messages will be made available for our past and present service personnel to see.
Please support this great cause. You can also share the page with your friends, leave a comment or like it. It all helps!
Morningside State School P&C's AGM
Morningside State School P&C’s Annual General Meeting is on Wednesday, March 21st at 7pm in the School’s Resource Centre.
The current P&C Committee is hard working, has fun fulfilling their roles and are proud to be a part of a thriving school community.
Recently, the P&C has contributed to a new shade sail for a large playground on the school Oval, a new playground for the prep children and they continue to ensure that the school’s classrooms have air conditioning, important as new rooms have been added as the school continues to grow.
The Committee also put on a lot of events throughout the school year and often open these up to the wider community and to other local volunteer-run organisations.
Could Morningside State School P&C Treasurer be the role for you?
As a local community member, a role on their P&C Committee may be of interest to you. In particular, the school is looking for a Treasurer and thought that the role might suit a grandparent or retiree.
MSS current Treasurer, David Furze, has done a fantastic job over the last year and has put a lot of processes in place that have made the role far more manageable. However, he will not be nominating for the position again this year. As the role is critical to the operation of the P&C, we are hoping to have conversations with those interested in the position in advance of our AGM on Wednesday, March 21st.Read more
The Prime Minister's Prizes for Sceince are Australia's most presitigious science awards. They are key to our efforts to recognise the extraordinary contribution that our scientists, innovators and science teachers make to our nation.
Prize winners are world-leading researchers, innovators and teachers contributing to national and global prosperity and wellbeing, and serve as role models for our future generations.Read more
CELEBRATING THE AUSTRALIA INDIA RELATIONSHIP
Nominations for the 2018 India Australia Business & Community Awards (IABCA) are now open.
16th February - 4 May 2018
Since it’s inception in 2014, IABCA has engaged over 1400 of Australia's and India's most influential and widely renowned businesses, professionals, and community leaders.
Following four incredibly successful years the IABCA platform will be bigger and better in 2018.
We thank you for engaging with us on the platform and wish you all the very best for a winning submission.
Applications are now open for Round 3 of the Local Drug Action Team program.
The Alcohol and Drug Foundation has been provided with $19.2 million to support the establishment of Local Drug Action Teams across the country.
The goal of the Local Drug Action Teams is to work collaboratively to prevent alcohol and other drug harms, with support and resources from the Alcohol and Drug Foundation.
The Alcohol and Drug Foundation are hoping to establish 220 teams across Australia by 2020 (including the 80 already selected).
Applications close on February 19 – to apply or find more information visit: http://adf.org.au/community/our-programs/local-drug-action-teams/.