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COMMON BLACK TEAS (1)

A CRASH COURSE ON YOUR COMMON BLACK TEAS

A CRASH COURSE ON YOUR COMMON BLACK TEAS “What tea would you like, English Breakfast?” asks your friend, who clearly doesn’t know you. You gasp, horrified at the thought of a watery English breakfast tea this...
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Our Story – ARRIVAL – Issue 104

Holidays are here again When my children were teenagers, many years ago, this was Bribie. Perhaps Bribie has not changed that much. Suddenly the Island is sinking! Or you well might imagine that it would,...
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Music Event – CELTIC MINSTRELS – Jan 17th

The live music scene on Bribie Island has been invigorated with a shot of Celtic music with the CELTIC MINSTRELS who have quickly developed a strong following as they offer something “different” to the...
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Bribie Island Wildlife – Rufous Whistler – Pachycephala rufiventris

Tags: Native wildlife. Rufous Whistler. Birds. Australian. Queensland. Moreton Bay. Bribie Island. Rufous Whistlers are very common birds residing in wooded areas and wallum heathland on Bribie Island and local areas. There are several species...
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U3A – Bribie Island Fun and Courses, New Enrollment Dates for 2020

NEW YEAR THINGS FOR MIND and BODY Have you made any New Year resolutions? More of the same... Or will you do something new and different to keep your brain stimulated and your body more active?...
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Bribie Island Wildlife – Leaden Flycatcher – Myiagra rubecula

Leaden Flycatchers are reasonably common on Bribie and surrounds and most likely to be encountered in woodlands in mid to upper canopies during the summer months. They are small active, passerine birds at 14-17cm...
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Rotary Traditions and History – a Reflection!

There is currently much debate occurring in Rotary regarding the value of traditions and whether they matter in our modern world. Membership numbers are stagnated and we are not attracting younger members. Many believe...
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Bribie Wildlife – Red-necked Stint – Calidris ruficollis

Tags: Wildlife. Native. Birds. Australian. Red-necked Stint. Queensland. Moreton Bay. Bribie Island. Red-necked stints are the smallest migratory shorebirds to visit our beaches. They are very common and descend onto our sandy beaches in flocks...
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Bribie Island Rotary – Teacher in a Box!

One of my family’s favourite poets, Robert Frost, said, ‘I am not a teacher, but an awakener.’ Likewise a paraphrased quote from Plutarch says ‘education is not the filling of a pail, but the...
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MarketPlace, Ningi

MarketPlace held at the Hall Grounds, Bribie Island Road in the centre of Ningi is a successful community initiative hosted by the Lions Club of Sandstone Point. The MarketPlace has a fantastic variety of...

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