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Health Ombudsman v Kennedy 2019 [QCAT] 319
A registered nurse was found to have engaged in professional misconduct under section 5 of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (Qld) ('National Law') for stealing Fentanyl on a number of occasions. Background. The respondent was a registered...

BMW driver punches Sydney teen on a school bus after crash
Video has emerged of a busload of Sydney school students being verbally abused by a man who then appears to punch one of them in the face. The boys from Shore School – an elite private school on the lower north shore – were travelling on the bus when...

Man killed in fatal heavy vehicle crash on M1
About 11.30am Thursday a 47-year-old man was driving a heavy vehicle south on the M1 at Tweed Heads, when it appears he suffered a medical episode. The vehicle veered to the left and hit a guard rail for a distance of about 100m before becoming...

Kerbside CleanUp

Brisbane City Council's kerbside collection is an annual service across all suburbs in Brisbane to help you dispose of large household items.
The collections are held on a specific week for each suburb. You will be notified of your collection week with a flyer delivered to your property at least one week before the collection starts in your suburb.


You can also receive free reminders before your kerbside collection by downloading Council’s free Brisbane Bin and Recycling app and keeping the push notifications enabled.
Ensure you check what items are accepted as part of this large item collection service and find out about other resource recovery options for large household items in usable condition.


Items for collection must be placed on the kerbside in front of the property by 6am on the first day of the collection period.
Week Starting - 6 November Lota, Wynnum

13 November Wynnum West, Manly, Manly West

 

Items must be small enough to be lifted manually by 2 people. They must be left on your footpath on the weekend prior to date of collection. No garden clippings.
Brisbane City Council Website