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Paddle begins for Logan’s thrilling whitewater vision

Logan City Council has advanced plans to build an Olympic-standard whitewater park in the city with an economic feasibility study and site selections to be completed in the coming weeks. The proposed whitewater park, which has been earmarked as a ‘game changer’ by Council in its tourism planning, would be a Queensland-first and one of […]

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KBF Precinct set to become major events destination

The redeveloped Kingston Butter Factory (KBF) Precinct will become the new home of large-scale entertainment in Logan in 2020. The space will become the City of Logan’s largest outdoor venue, with a permanent stage and capacity for 5000 people. It will be positioned to attract national and international touring acts, as well as festivals, markets […]

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Summits shape exciting futures for city centres

Two key city centres in Logan will receive $10 million in funding to deliver projects that will drive investment and economic growth. Funding forms part of the 2019/20 Budget delivered by Logan City Council. Meadowbrook’s evolution into a health and wellbeing precinct will be boosted with $5 million, with another $5 million set aside to […]

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Local jobs portal popular with jobseekers

Jobs in aged and disability care, warehousing, early childhood education and administration/ reception continue to be among the most popular listings on the loganlobs.com.au online platform, which now has more than 8,400 registered users. Traineeships and apprenticeships also consistently attract high interest, reflecting the desire by Logan’s youth to find work in their own community. […]

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Infrastructure deal paves way for communities to prosper

The Palaszczuk Government, Logan City Council and nine key developers have signed a landmark agreement to deliver $1.2 billion of essential infrastructure for the Yarrabilba and Greater Flagstone priority development areas (PDAs). Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick said the deal is the largest infrastructure agreement of its type to be […]