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Council contributes $200,000 towards emergency vehicle crossing at Bethania

Council contributes $200,000 towards emergency vehicle crossing at Bethania

Published: 8 December 2015

A long-term push by residents and Logan City Council to improve emergency access to Bethania during railway line closures will be resolved, with Council today committing $200,000 to a Queensland ...

Loganholme plan receives tick of approval from the State Government

Loganholme plan receives tick of approval from the State Government

Published: 8 December 2015

The State Government has approved a plan that will guide growth in Loganholme over the next 20 years.

Art reflects life experiences in latest round of regional grants

Art reflects life experiences in latest round of regional grants

Published: 7 December 2015

An art exhibition that reflects on the experiences of an asylum-seeking refugee in Logan–and a project to teach refugees the skills to photographically capture and share their experiences o...

New space a feast for the senses

New space a feast for the senses

Published: 7 December 2015

A new place for sense-based play and learning is now open at Marsden Library, to mark International Day of People with Disability (3 December).

Logan City Council employees spread Christmas cheer

Logan City Council employees spread Christmas cheer

Published: 2 December 2015

The generosity of Logan City Council employees will make Christmas a happier time for many local families again this year.

Learn about pets to be Pet Smart for the holidays

Learn about pets to be Pet Smart for the holidays

Published: 30 November 2015

Pets come in all different shapes and sizes – from furry to fluffy, feathered and hairy – but they all provide hours of love and affection for their human companions.

Community stands as one to say “no” to violence against women

Community stands as one to say “no” to violence against women

Published: 26 November 2015

Hundreds of people holding white balloons gathered in Logan Central on 25 November to create a human ribbon to symbolise the community’s recognition of White Ribbon Day.

Future Management of Cornubia Park Sports Centre to be Considered by Council

Future Management of Cornubia Park Sports Centre to be Considered by Council

Published: 25 November 2015

Logan City Council has asked Logan Basketball Inc. for a detailed business plan to support its proposal to secure the management rights to the Cornubia Park Sports Centre.

Jimboomba Park Master Plan

Jimboomba Park Master Plan

Published: 24 November 2015

A planned redevelopment of sporting facilities and ancillary works to improve Jimboomba Park will go ahead in 2016 following Logan City Council’s decision to invest $4.535 million in the pa...

Help protect the environment and steer clear of bats this summer

Help protect the environment and steer clear of bats this summer

Published: 24 November 2015

Summer is almost here again – and with the longer days and warmer temperatures comes the occasional heat wave.

Jamie’s Ministry of Food serving up cooking courses in Logan

Jamie’s Ministry of Food serving up cooking courses in Logan

Published: 24 November 2015

Jamie’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen will be visiting Logan City for 10 weeks from January.

Road safety on display at Jimboomba

Road safety on display at Jimboomba

Published: 20 November 2015

Logan City Council's SafeRoads4Logan initiative will head to Jimboomba on Saturday 21 November to promote safer driving habits in the community.

Domestic violence message goes on the road on Logan's bus network

Domestic violence message goes on the road on Logan's bus network

Published: 20 November 2015

People who use Logan's bus and train network will be exposed to the State Government's 'Trust Your Instinct' domestic violence awareness campaign thanks to the Logan: City of Choice Leadership Te...

Environmental Offset Estimator pays dividends for LCC

Environmental Offset Estimator pays dividends for LCC

Published: 12 November 2015

A tool that gives residents, developers and Council the ability to easily estimate the environmental cost of removing important vegetation has won a Planning Institute of Australia – Queens...

Eats and Beats – the gift that keeps on giving

Eats and Beats – the gift that keeps on giving

Published: 10 November 2015

What's better than one Eats and Beats event? A festival of five of them, of course.

Beenleigh Town Square just the beginning of Logan's bright new future

Beenleigh Town Square just the beginning of Logan's bright new future

Published: 6 November 2015

A $9.75 million transformation of Beenleigh's CBD is only the beginning of a prosperous future for the City of Logan, with Logan City Council today celebrating the official opening of the Beenle...

Eats and Beats pops up at Beenleigh Town Square to celebrate official opening

Eats and Beats pops up at Beenleigh Town Square to celebrate official opening

Published: 2 November 2015

Logan City Council's popular Eats and Beats pop-up food and music festival will make its way to Beenleigh Town Square on Friday 6 November to celebrate the precinct's official opening.

Council plays it cool during Operation Swelter

Council plays it cool during Operation Swelter

Published: 2 November 2015

It was a nightmare scenario facing Logan– extreme fire weather, multiple bushfires, evacuations, a major accident near the M1, and traffic chaos.

Logan alive with koalas

Logan alive with koalas

Published: 30 October 2015

A second koala scat survey has confirmed the presence of koalas across wide – and sometimes unexpected - parts of Logan City.

Pool and spa owners to face hot water for non-compliance

Pool and spa owners to face hot water for non-compliance

Published: 27 October 2015

The 30th November 2015 is the State Government deadline for all Queensland swimming pools and spas with a depth of more than 300 mm to meet the current standard for fencing, including signage and...