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Weekly beginner class of instruction tolearn the sequence of the 108 moves of Taoist Tai Chi.
Lil' Fi is a singer/songwriter of Australia-wide renown. She has a unique way of electrifying an atmosphere with her enviable stage presence, wit and pizzazz.
Little Paws Kitten Rescue is hosting a charilty cat show at the Albert Waterways Community Centre on Saturday 2 August.
Become a better cyclist and learn more about road safety in this free cycle training course.
Largest of its type in Australia with over 70,000 competitors, 600 sections - dance, music and drama.
Annual art exhibition by local community amateur artists. This years theme 'Go Figure'. Come along and support your local community.
3:00 AM - Friday, 1 August 2014
There’s something for everyone in the latest City of Gold Coast ‘must do’ list of health and fitness activities.
4:30 PM - Monday, 28 July 2014
The first section of a new $1.7 million missing link in the Gold Coast’s 800 km Greenway cycleway network has been completed in Labrador.
10:30 AM - Friday, 18 July 2014
The City’s hard line on graffiti is paying off. For the first time, the cost of cleaning up unsightly graffiti is under $1 million.
8:00 AM - Friday, 18 July 2014
Aerial artists reached new heights reflecting the City’s record funding for arts and culture. City of Gold Coast is investing nearly $12 million in culture this financial year.
10:00 AM - Thursday, 17 July 2014
Southport is ready for business. Since the suburb was declared a Priority Development Area (PDA) late in 2013, there has been approximately $200 million worth of development applications either approved or lodged.
3:40 PM - Tuesday, 15 July 2014
City of Gold Coast crews are working to fix a broken water main on Rio Vista Boulevard, just south of Delungra Street.