Students from Albany Creek State High are helping to make a difference to remote communities in Papua New Guinea that don't have electricity by building 100 solar powered lights as part of a unique program offered by the Origin Energy Foundation. Find out more about the program here.
As QCAA exams approach, it’s important for students and parents to understand the stress that usually comes with these studies and how to manage it. Here's the details
Australian Trade College North Brisbane will host Try a Trade and Chef by Trade events at its Scarborough campus during the September school holidays. Here’s the details and how to register
Lawnton Kindergarten will host a Super Sunday Fun Day on August 20 to celebrate its 50+-year connection with the community and raise much-needed funds. Here’s the details
Grace Swimming offers swimmers, from babies through to adults, the opportunity to develop good technique and skills that could save their lives. Find out more here
The curtain will go up this week on St Benedict’s College’s latest production of The Addams Family – A New Musical Comedy. How to see the show.
Community groups in the City of Moreton Bay and across the state are encouraged to apply for funding for projects that support local women and girls. ** FREE TO READ **
A short documentary taking viewers behind the scenes of a revolutionary Moreton Bay-produced television show is a finalist in an international film festival. Find out more... **FREE TO READ**
It's been a full circle moment for one of Caboolture Hospital’s newest midwife graduates, Tahlia Cocker, pictured centre. ** FREE TO READ **
Caboolture seniors and students will be part of a new program working on joint activities from cooking to gardening and writing letters. ** FREE TO READ **
Friends of Ash Bannister, a father-of-three who died suddenly last week, have launched an appeal to help ensure his children get the "best education" available. ** FREE TO READ **
With Australia’s growing community and welfare support sector, you can study the Diploma of Child, Youth and Family Intervention (CHC50313) with TAFE Queensland. Find out how... **FREE TO READ**
Students at the Australian Christian College (ACC) Moreton, in Caboolture, have been practising their new Chinese skills.
When Hilton and Lynda Misso opened their first Sesame Lane childcare centre at Redcliffe in 1988, they saw a need to care for children while parents worked but also wanted to deliver a fun program which helped youngsters learn. We look back on 35 years of care + take a look at the new Redcliffe centre
Plans have been lodged for a new 296-bed student accommodation building in Petrie. ** FREE TO READ **