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Investigation lifts the lid on the shocking practice of gay conversion therapy in Australia
An explosive investigation has lifted the lid on an outdated practice still alive within some conservative Christian churches where young gay people are being told they are “broken” by ministers trying to convert them to heterosexuality, often causing lifelong...

Teachers v students: Our 20 most improved schools
Some Australian schools have improved their student-teacher ratio by up to 74 per cent in the five years to 2018, new data has found. Ali Mountfield, mother of 12-year-old triplets Hannah, Lucy and Oscar Smit, believes class size does matter. Picture: Kym...

Why storms could spell bad news for the Queensland bushfire crisis
The chance of a storm early this week could do more harm than good for Queensland's ongoing bushfire crisis, forecasters say. Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Sam Campbell said a trough was expected to blow over the state on Tuesday, bringing a chance...

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