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Keep an eye out for vax consent forms

Keep an eye out for vax consent forms

Published: 22 January 2016

Students returning to and starting high school in 2016 will soon be taking consent forms home to enable them to receive free life-saving immunisations at school.

Appeal for Logan drivers to be extra cautious as school goes back

Appeal for Logan drivers to be extra cautious as school goes back

Published: 21 January 2016

Logan drivers have been urged to be vigilant, observe speed limits in local school zones and obey parking signs when the school year begins next week.

Logan loses a source of its living history

Logan loses a source of its living history

Published: 20 January 2016

The people of Logan yesterday said farewell to Ian Rohl, a lifelong member of the community who could trace his heritage back to 1871, when his great grandparents emigrated from Great Britain and...

Council invests $1.2 million to repair River Hills Rd

Council invests $1.2 million to repair River Hills Rd

Published: 15 January 2016

Two sections of River Hills Rd, Eagleby, will be reconstructed over the next few months as Logan City Council continues to improve the local road network.

Hooning in suburban streets to be targeted

Hooning in suburban streets to be targeted

Published: 13 January 2016

Hooning in Logan’s suburban streets will be targeted using a new weapon that will provide police with real time vision that could lead to substantial fines or the confiscation of hoons&rsqu...

$1.4 million bridge replacement supports growth in Jimboomba

$1.4 million bridge replacement supports growth in Jimboomba

Published: 13 January 2016

The $1.4 million replacement of Darcy Edmunds Bridge in the Jimboomba town centre has begun this week, creating a safer and more reliable link for businesses and residents in the growing region.

Vax jabs now available on weekends

Vax jabs now available on weekends

Published: 12 January 2016

Logan residents will now have more convenient access to life-saving immunisations on the weekend following the opening of a new Council-operated clinic.

Logan’s fresh food and produce has world-wide appeal

Logan’s fresh food and produce has world-wide appeal

Published: 4 January 2016

As Logan City Council’s campaign to promote the city as a centre for fresh food and produce gathers momentum, one local food processor has been producing millions of healthy prepared meals to be ...

"Get Going Clubs" funding goes to Logan

Published: 22 December 2015

Twenty-six Logan sports clubs will share $160,000 in state government funding following the announcement of the latest Get Going – Clubs funding round.

Christmas comes early for Logan sports clubs

Christmas comes early for Logan sports clubs

Published: 22 December 2015

Eleven Logan sports clubs will share nearly $1.75 million in combined capital funding from their own fundraising,

Beenleigh Town Square inspires towering investment

Beenleigh Town Square inspires towering investment

Published: 17 December 2015

A $300 million proposal for an integrated living and aged care village, comprising three 12 to 15 storey towers and two four-storey buildings, has been approved by Logan City Council.

Statement on near-drowning, Browns Plains

Statement on near-drowning, Browns Plains

Published: 16 December 2015

Queensland Ambulance Service has confirmed that an incidence of near-drowning of a child aged approximately three occurred at a private residence around 11.30am this morning.

Council operating hours during December 2015/January 2016

Council operating hours during December 2015/January 2016

Published: 15 December 2015

The availability of some Council services will change over the festive season.

Treat yourself one last time in 2015

Treat yourself one last time in 2015

Published: 14 December 2015

Eats and Beats has proved the surprise hit of the year, drawing around 80,000 visitors to pop up food truck festivals around the City of Logan since the event’s debut in March.

Safety at Woodridge pedestrian crossings to be lifted

Safety at Woodridge pedestrian crossings to be lifted

Published: 11 December 2015

Speed limiting raised platforms will be installed at Station Rd and Croydon Rd zebra crossings to improve safety, following complaints that motorists are speeding and failing to give way to pedes...

Council pumps new life into Logan's largest wastewater pump station

Council pumps new life into Logan's largest wastewater pump station

Published: 10 December 2015

After a 16,000km journey between Germany and the City of Logan, three new 8.4 tonne pumps have been delicately lowered into a 20m-deep concrete dry well of the city's largest wastewater pump stat...

Logan’s list points to planning evolution

Logan’s list points to planning evolution

Published: 9 December 2015

More than 175 changes to Logan’s planning scheme are being considered by Council, six months after the new planning scheme was formally endorsed.

Council finalises plan for crime prevention and community safety

Council finalises plan for crime prevention and community safety

Published: 8 December 2015

Logan City Council has finalised a strategy and action plan that will guide its community safety and crime prevention initiatives for the next five years.

Safety front of mind ahead of retaining wall repair projects

Safety front of mind ahead of retaining wall repair projects

Published: 8 December 2015

Logan City Council will fund the repairs to retaining walls at Beenleigh and Springwood from its 2014/2015 budget surplus to ensure pedestrian safety.

Street name change planned to help emergency services

Street name change planned to help emergency services

Published: 8 December 2015

The two sections of Sentinel Dr at Greenbank will have "east" and "west" added to their names from April 2016 to help emergency services respond more promptly to residents' calls.