Hello Readers and Welcome to issue 54.

A huge happy father’s day to all dads in Queensland and Australia. Most of the Team at the LOCAL News are dads, so from me to you, have a fantastic day Matt, Mozza, Harvs, Damian and Rog!!!

This issue brings some great LOCAL articles from our staff writers Matt Owen who has done a lot of research on the Forts on Bribie Island beach. The history is incredible, and we should be preserving them, Matt has given some suggestions on how to pay for preservation of our local history icons and also bring some interest from tourists.

Mozza has touched base with Bribie Island Buses and he will continue to follow up on the possible sale of Bribie Island Buses and he talks about and how worried we should be.

Of course, Cranky Lizard has a great article on the comeback of our economy.

Milly has a lovely article about Father’s Day

Enjoy your read and I welcome feedback on any of the articles in this issue. Your feedback is important to me and if you don’t have access to an email then please call me on 0447 007 966.

Warm regards

Belinda Ferguson

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