#cabooltutebmx tonight's event at bmx has brought along plenty of riders, getting ready to race. ...
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Do you have a passion for volunteering?Do you have an interest in first aid or would like to expand your first aid knowledge?If that's a yes to both, then Moreton Bay First Aid Volunteers has some great news for you!We are holding a new member information evening on Tuesday the 2nd February at Burpengary Community Centre, 111 Station Road, Burpengary. The evening will start at 6.30pm. Due to COVID, we require people to register for this event (please email secretary@mbfav.org.au)If you would like to come along and find out more about what we do (hint - it's First Aid for the Community, by the Community), please email secretary@mbfav.org.au. We meet on the first and third Tuesday of each month and attend numerous events throughout the month. Check out our website for more information - mbfav.org.au/ ...
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The roadmap for all Queenslanders 👇 #covid19 ...
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Thank you Greater Brisbane for all you have done! ...
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Enjoying the day with Tanya and Dad (Harry Robson) at the Burpengary Pony Club ...
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Update to Greater Brisbane lockdown and new restrictions.BREAKING: The lockdown ends at 6pm tonight, but some precautions will remain in Greater Brisbane for 10 days until 1am on Friday, 22 January.• You must carry a mask at all times.• Masks must be worn in indoor places including shopping centres and supermarkets, gyms, places of worship, libraries, public transport, and taxis and rideshare vehicles.• Masks must be worn in workplaces if social distancing isn’t possible and it’s safe to do so.• You don’t need to wear a mask in private vehicles, while outdoors at a safe distance from other people or if you’re outside doing strenuous exercise.• Businesses and venues can have one person per 4m² indoors and one person per 2m² outdoors. • Smaller venues up to 200m² can have one person per 2m² up to a maximum of 50.• You must be seated to eat and drink, and no dancing is allowed except at weddings.• Gatherings are restricted to 20 people in homes and public spaces.• Weddings and funerals can have up to 100 people, and dancing is allowed at weddings without restrictions.• Indoor concert venues and theatres can operate at 50% capacity or one person per four square metres, whichever is greater.• Outdoor stadiums can operate at 50% capacity with COVID-safe plans.• Restrictions on visits to hospitals, aged care, disability accommodation and prisons will remain. ...
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We've been getting this question a lot 🚗The answer is yes ✅We're asking you to wear a mask in the car because a consistent approach helps keep people safe. We want you to wear a mask when you leave home - by whatever means, for whatever reason. Walk, drive or cycle - put a mask on when you leave home and keep it on, unless you're taking it off for an allowed purpose. If everyone in Greater Brisbane gets in the habit of putting a mask on whenever they leave home, we're more likely to keep it on - and that's the thing that will help keep people safe and reduce the likelihood of a longer lockdown. ...
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Update to restrictions and the Local Government areas affected. ...
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ATTENTION: as of 6pm tonight, Brisbane is entering a 3 day lockdown. Please see below for further information. After 6pm tonight, if you leave the house you MUST wear a mask.BREAKING: Following a confirmed case of the highly infectious UK coronavirus strain, Greater Brisbane will be entering a three day lockdown.From 6pm tonight until 6pm Monday, residents in the local government areas of Brisbane, Ipswich, Moreton Bay, Logan and Redlands can only leave home for one of these four reasons:1. To buy essentials such as groceries or medications2. Work or study if you can’t do either from home3. Exercise in your local area 4. Healthcare or to provide help, care or supportResidents of these areas must also wear masks everywhere except at home.These measures are tough, but they are important to keep our community safe.#covid19 ...
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