Welcome to issue 38

Welcome to issue 38, Phew! the federal election is now over and we all can get back to running our businesses. It’s funny when an election is on people stop spending which results in small businesses struggling. I think we all felt the effect on us over the last few months.

In this issue we say goodbye to a beautiful soul Ambrose BinJuda one of our own also Vale Bob Hawke. We also have a follow up on the Pelicans on Bribie Bridge and will continue to follow this up for you. Cranky Lizard is back with a comment on the results of the elections.

Simone Wilson MP wants to see our bus timetable changed to suit connections with our rail, see her comments to the transport minister. We also have an update on crabbing rules.

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