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Ross Noble is coming back for a laugh

The mark of a good comedian is the ability to bring strangers together to laugh about the shared human experience. And then there are great comedians, who can evoke laughter by just saying what’s on their mind at the time. Ross Noble does just that. Known for his masterful crowd work and improvisational humour, you never know what to expect at a Ross Noble show. What you can count on is an effor

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Ross Noble.

A magical wizards’ realm in Slacks Creek

 It’s been almost a year since something special sprouted up in Slacks Creek.  Like magic, the Harry Potter-themed Cauldrons Café and Emporium has weathered the storm of COVID-19 and continues to enchant visitors to this day.    Self-proclaimed Potterhead and business owner Gabriel Fuller first launched online after losing his job during the pandemic.    It’s since become an escape fo

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Gabriel Fuller of Harry Potter-themed store and cafe.

White House of Waterford embraces Explore Logan philosophy

It’s been a tough few years for hospitality businesses. For Bec Cobbing and Leigh Mitchell (pictured), who run the White House of Waterford, being adaptable and building a relationship with the community was essential for their business to survive – and being forced to stay closer to home opened up a whole world of culinary fare they didn’t know Logan had. ‘We have lived in Logan for years

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A fresh batch of multiculturalism in Underwood

Nestled in a quiet corner of Underwood, a new venue is providing a slice of Korea’s unique café culture through iced Americanos and fluffy milk cream doughnuts. In Seoul, the latest trend is scouring the city for quality ‘bbang coffee’, or ‘bread and coffee’. Both can be found at Bake It, where Eunji Shin and her team sell shelves of sweet and savoury pastries, all made fresh on the pre

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Baker Eunji Shin at Bake It, a Korean bakery in Logan Australia.

Rail Trail

The highly-anticipated Bethania to Logan Village Rail Trail will connect communities and provide a new recreational offering for families. The Queensland Government has pledged $3.5 million towards the $7 million Bethania to Logan Village stage of the project. Logan City Council will honour its promise to match the state’s contribution. The new trail stage will link with the existing Logan Villa

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Ross Noble is coming back for a laugh

The mark of a good comedian is the ability to bring strangers together to laugh about the shared human experience. And then there are great comedians, who can evoke laughter by just saying what’s on their mind at the time. Ross Noble does just that. Known for his masterful crowd work and improvisational humour, you never know what to expect at a Ross Noble show. What you can count on is an effor

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Ross Noble.

Activities for teenagers in Logan

Have you got a bored teenager hanging around the house? We’ve put together some teen-approved activities that will tear them away from screens and get them excited! There’s plenty to do in the City of Logan. From go karting to local theatre, check out our teen-approved activities.  Kingston Park Raceway The ultimate go karting experience is right in our neighbourhood, offering the latest fle

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Group of teenagers socialising.

Korean barbecue red-hot in Logan

Along with the Korean cultural wave, Korean charcoal barbecue has arrived in the City of Logan. Boo Sik Jang and Lydia Ra first began grilling up Korean fare as church volunteers for children in need. To continue their volunteer efforts on the side, the couple purchased a food truck in 2017 and Lydia’s Char Kor BBQ was born. A crowd favourite at Kingston Butter Factory’s Milky Way Market, the

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Lydia’s Char Kor BBQ food truck.

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