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Chancellor State School – Traffic Solutions POLL

This POLL is designed to measure usage of the 3 proposed solutions being explored by Cr Christian Dickson​: A. The existing loop back to University Way to exit the area with the addition of Traffic Lights B. The one way Bus Lane to get through to Sippy Downs Drive to exit the area C. The […]

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Scholars Drive Primary School Parking & Traffic Issues – 21 March 17

Following a lot of conjecture in the community about what is happening in relation to traffic & parking at Chancellor State Primary School (in Scholars Dr, Sippy Downs) and the overflow parking issues that plague the local community at pick up times for students, we arranged an interview with (Councillor) Cr Christian Dickson to see […]

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An aMAZEing night for Austin

Please come along to support a local family, and help to raise money towards Austin Lynchs’ recovery from lymphoma. Austin is only 4 years old and currently undergoing treatment at Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital. We hope to help his parents Craig and Sarah financially while they are by his bedside and unable to work. An […]

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USC Compensatory Habitat

Prescribed Burn in Sippy Downs – USC Compensatory Habitat

USC wishes to advise the local neighbourhood that the prescribed burn of the Compensatory Habitat, near Bainbridge Circuit which was scheduled for today will now be conducted on the first suitable day of the following alternatives:-  Wednesday the 8th July 2015  Wednesday the 15th July 2015 Area 4 and 5 as marked on the attached map within the […]

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USC Blood Flow Study

Volunteers needed for exercise blood flow research.

ARE YOU AGED 18-35 OR 50-85? You have the opportunity to participate in our current research project looking at microvascular blood flow responses (USC ethics approval HREC: A/15/706) Purpose of Research: To explore the effect of exercise intensity on calf muscle microvascular blood flow responses, and examine the effect of aging on these responses. Who […]

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