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Award winning conservation biologist Maggie Muurmans will be discussing sea turtles; their lifecycles, migration patterns and the important role they play in preserving the health of the marine environment.
Give the kids a taste of country life when the Broadwater meets the bush at the Farmyard Fun Day.
Come and get your boogie on with the electric sounds at our own Disco.
The 'Training wheels to two wheels' course teaches children aged from four (4) to 10 how to advance from training wheels to two wheels. Children must bring their own two-wheeled bike.
11:00 AM - Thursday, 18 September 2014
Gold Coast school children are set to give Ormeau Sports Park 3,000 green birthday gifts this week, as part of a huge City of Gold Coast project to enhance the greenery of the parkland and adjacent river.
11:00 AM - Wednesday, 17 September 2014
Coordinated action between neighbouring and cross-border councils, community groups and landholders is the cornerstone of the City of Gold Coast’s approach to preventing and managing declared pests across the city.
2:00 PM - Thursday, 18 September 2014
City Chief Lifeguard Warren Young has applauded the volunteer surf lifesavers on the eve of their 2014-15 patrol season.
10:30 AM - Wednesday, 17 September 2014
Mayor Tom Tate has announced infrastructure fees for family accommodation dwellings (up to 100m2) will be completely waived for the duration of Council’s term.
1:00 PM - Tuesday, 16 September 2014
Council today resolved to reject an application for a Material Change of Use (MCU) for a proposed Place of Worship at 14 Villiers Drive and 3 Coghill Drive, Currumbin Waters.
1:00 PM - Monday, 15 September 2014
The Special Budget Committee of the Council of the City of the Gold Coast today resolved to allocate a further $140,000 towards the Oncology Treatment Transport Service.