5 MINUTE FRIDAY – 13 MAY 2022 – Today, we’re at the Indooroopilly Canoe Club on the Brisbane River and we’re talking about: flood watch, 3 years as your Councillor, a Toowong street is next for resurfacing, and giving the gift music.
5 MINUTE FRIDAY – 06 MAY 2022 – Join us today outside Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Fig Tree Pocket, because we’re talking about: flood recovery inspections, which street is getting a new footpath and which intersection is being upgraded, Coffee with a Cop, and volunteer to paint a Street Library.
5 Minute Friday – 08 April 2022 Join us today at the Avalon Theatre, St Lucia because we’re talking about: theatre restoration progress, Brisbane St Bikeway, SAMs for Broseley Rd, Toowong, and MR CUP drop-in center.
Today is National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence. We’re doing 5 Minute Friday outside Holy Family Primary School in Indooroopilly – where today the kids are wearing orange to raise awareness of bullying and violence. Also get your $250 Rates rebate, have your say – Chelmer to Indooroopilly river crossing, help Thread Together assist flood affected locals, join ArtSpace Toowong and Green waste bins – establishment fee waived.
5 Mintue Friday – 11 MARCH 2022 The flood caused a sewage spill behind the old Toowong Bowls Club. We’re doing 5 Minute Friday down there so you can get a sense of the damage. Also an update on waste removal, skip bins coming to a corner near you, $5000 for community groups, Free community BBQ tomorrow and the new traffic lights at Sir Fred Schonell Drive.
5 Minute Friday – 25 FEBRUARY 2022
It’s 5 Minute Friday and this week we’re unveiling the new community centre at Indooroopilly, pedestrian safety upgrades and more!
5 Minute Friday – 18 FEBRUARY 2022
On this week’s 5 Minute Friday local news update, we’re upgrading another intersection in the local area. It’s all about busting congestion and making it safer.
5 Minute Friday – 11 FEBRUARY 2022
Have you heard of Sir John Chandler Park? It’s in Indooroopilly, way down Meiers Rd past the golf club.
Sadly the riverbank is eroding. The Schrinner Council is on the case; watch for information.
5 Minute Friday – 4 FEBRUARY 2022
In breaking news, I’m thrilled to let you know that the Avalon Theatre is getting restored, and being made available for community use!
UQ bought the St Lucia theatre in the 1960s. This heritage building has been closed due to being dangerous, for many years.
After many years of campaigning (as far back as when I was the St Lucia Community Association President), I’m thrilled that UQ has come onboard the community campaign and will be beginning the restoration process this year.