All posts tagged "front"
Hunt for bus sucker-puncher
POLICE have released vision of two assaults on Brisbane buses that left a man and woman with facial injuries in Chermside and Everton Park last month. About 7.45pm on Sunday, December 9, a male passenger punched a 40-year-old...
- Posted January 5, 2019
Revealed: Who is stripping park trees
OBLONG pieces of bark cut from council trees in Chermside and Geebung were used for Indigenous art, NorthernLife.com.au has been told. Some of the trees were expected to die. The bark will not grow back. Following tip-offs...
- Posted July 18, 2018
Westfield Chermside expansion to boost property but bank sounds alarm on values
A MAJOR expansion of the Westfield shopping centre at Chermside is tipped to make the suburb even more attractive to homebuyers at the same time that one of Australia’s Big Four banks is sounding alarms about stretched...
- Posted January 30, 2017
Jesse Vosseler’s knockout attitude defeats adversity
IMAGINE stepping in the boxing ring with a big, fit man who wants to punch you in the face, hard and often. It takes a ton of courage, you’ll agree. And stellar conditioning. To survive and thrive...
- Posted August 19, 2015
The Legend of Ben Hall: Earnshaw old girl far from bushed after extending range
WHEN credits roll on the new Australian film about bushranger Ben Hall, one name might leap out for viewers from Brisbane’s north. Listed as “Producer” for The Legend of Ben Hall is Jessica Pearce (pictured), who spent...
- Posted March 19, 2015
Brisbane Ekka, People’s Day, 2014
CROWDS were out in force for People’s Day at the Royal Queensland Show on Wednesday, August 13, and NorthernLife.com.au was there to capture the fun and action. (To see the captions, please hover your cursor over the...
- Posted August 14, 2014
Nundah grandparents head back to school
ST JOSEPH’S Catholic Primary School at Nundah is celebrating Catholic Week (July 27 – August 2) by inviting the grandparents in their community back to school on Thursday, July 31, from 9am – some of whom attended...
- Posted July 29, 2014
Bluewater Festival draws huge crowds to Shorncliffe
THE Bluewater Festival proved its pulling power for another year as thousands of festival-goers packed Shorncliffe’s Lower Moora Park to enjoy the food, stalls, music, kids rides and of course the start of the Brisbane to Gladstone...
- Posted April 19, 2014
Northsiders star as Queensland grabs hockey crown
Savannah Fitzpatrick, Candice Champion and Jasmine Larosa scored goals as Kedron-Wavell beat the bottom-placed Cobras 3-2 at the State Hockey Centre. Kedron-Wavell’s men’s team lost its Brisbane Hockey League clash against Commercial 8-0. For more great Brisbane...
- Posted April 16, 2014
From ‘oddball’ to awesome: The Michael Hill story
THE in-store experience should be something special, something memorable, when you buy jewellery and that’s the secret to success, according to Kevin Stock, the Australasian general manager of Michael Hill, when he addressed the Brisbane North Chamber...
- Posted March 20, 2014