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  • Community unites to create iconic symbol

    A new sign will rise next to the Brisbane River, made entirely by Queensland’s diverse communities to celebrate the city ahead of the G20 Summit. Premier Campbell Newman said eight branches from the Queensland Men’s Shed Association were each constructing a 3D letter that will form a 25 metre long ‘BRISBANE’ sign.

  • Mount Coot-tha Residents Encouraged to apply for Get Started Grants

    Mount Coot-tha families are being urged to get cracking with their applications for vouchers on offer through the latest round of the State Government’s Get Started sport and recreation program. Get Started, which is part of the Newman Government’s flagship $48 million Get in the Game initiative, assists Queensland families by providing vouchers of up to $150 to help pay the cost of sport and recreation club membership or participation fees.

  • Young musicians receive boost from school music program

    State school students will have access to new music instruments and more music teachers after the Queensland Government announced more than $2.46 million in funding for secondary school music education. Queensland Premier Campbell Newman and Education Minister John-Paul Langbroek said the additional funding was an important part of the government’s plan to ensure a strong education system.