If you are interested in being a volunteer for collections or delivery please follow the link below. Thanks to our emergency services for their efforts over the recent days.BAKED RELIEF STAND DOWN MESSAGE (WEDNESDAY 11 SEPTEMBER)
Our drop off points have been overwhelmed with the support and baking love and will spend the next couple of days distributing your lovely baking where it needs to go. If we see a further need for additional baking in coming days we will report back.
Yeronga 26 Devon St Yeronga Monday to Friday 8.30am to 1pm Wednesdays from 6.30am to 1pm Baked Relief Angel Melinda and her team at Yeronga Community Centre who helped us all so much after the 2011 floods will take your baked goods
New Beith (Greenbank) Message Nat on 0412 142 053 She will then provide address and coordinate a drop off time.
Spring Hill 15 Astor Terrace Monday - Friday 7:30am - 3:30pm Call Baked Relief Angel Samantha 0431 226 314 and she can let you in.
Grange 179 Days Road Monday - Friday Anytime Baked Relief Angel Nickia can help you.
Bardon 64 Lugg Street Monday - Thursday 7am - 7pm Angel Helen is accepting baking.
Upper Kedron and Samford Please message our Baked Relief angel Angela for address - 0408717835.
Lawnton Monday - Thursday 9am - 7pm Please message or phone the lovely Alison for address on 0416 745 904.
Nudgee 10 Kurraree Place Monday - Friday 7am - 7pm Saturday 7am - 4pm Angel Lisa is accepting baking
WHAT TO BAKE: Goods which will travel well and will be enjoyed by emergency services, those in recovery centres and those helping those in need. More information on what to bake: www.bakedrelief.org/new-page-2
WANT TO GIVE OTHER ITEMS: Please contact GIVIT - Goods For Good Causes to assist with other items.
Local fire bans are currently in place across SE Qld. Understanding your risks and being prepared is vital.
Given the difficulties encountered in organising a community safety meeting for the Greater Mt Crosby region it is important to have people aware of the risks.
Please note the closest NSP (neighbourhood safer place)for the greater Mt Crosby area is Brookfield Showground. There are no defined NSP’s for the Ipswich Council area.Join Nine News for the latest in news and events that affect you in your local city, as well as news from across Australia and the world. Get more at: https:... ... See MoreSee Less
Queensland to Tasmania is facing above normal bushfire risk this season. Of note - it is proving difficult to get local and state government services to conduct a community bushfire safety meeting for the greater western Brisbane Blair region....12 months since initial request and still waiting....
The closest neighbourhood safer place (NSP) identified for the Brisbane component of Blair is Brookfield showgrounds - approx 20kms away. There are currently no NSP’s identified for the Ipswich City Council area.
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Scammers are emailing people from a fake myGov email address again, asking them to verify their details in order to be eligible for a tax refund.
If you get an email like this, don't click on it.
It may contain a malicious link that will direct you to a fake ‘Tax Refund’ form in order to steal your personal information.
The Australian Taxation Office says it does not have an online ‘Tax Refund’ form and will never send an email or SMS asking you to access online services via a hyperlink. ... See MoreSee Less
As previously said - we are the forgotten region and the previous ‘announcements’ regarding funding for the Mt Crosby/Warrego intersection by the sitting state MP are just rose coloured pre election noise.
There continues to be disparity of funding commitment between state and federal governments.
The federal member Blair only committed to 50% funding in his pre election sweetener in deference to state counterparts wishing for 80%.
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