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- Paula Williamson on Gardens for small backyards Very helpful segment more
- Jean on Hiring a professional for dad This paragraph provides clear idea in support of the new viewers of blogging, that actually how to do running a blog. more
- Michael on Hiring a professional for dad After Grandpa's liaison with the depicted silhouetted siren, he'll need both the NDIS and Intensive Care.But he will go out ... more
- Andrew B on Serious on serial hoons It was an interesting interview between Gary and the Police Minister, both highlighted a difference between "hoon" and ... more
- Bob Lord on Serious on serial hoons I was a bit lucky a few nights ago when a couple of young blokes decided to do a wheelie in my street at 1.30am. They lost ... more
- Rich no more! on Serious on serial hoons With every new law comes exceptions to accomodate the "poor poor pitiful me" appeals sector endorsed by our leniant ... more
- "send them all to coventry" on How is the media changing? War baby WW2,gen x and next gen all these generations are the same pathetic creature..money hungry,selfish and lacking in ... more
- forget bill gates try the rich cops on How is the media changing? WELL FIRSTLY DO SOME DIGGING ON WHY COPPERS GET PAID $115 PER HOUR FOR SPECIAL SERVICESSEE COURIER MAIL ARTICLE KYLIE LANGIs ... more
- James Lynch on How is the media changing? A very good example of how the media is changing us as follows: I was on holiday Melbourne on the day of the queen st ... more
- Michael on How is the media changing? The print media will always have an edge on online news and entertainment.Remember you have to walk to the footpath or ... more
- Rich on Australia in the year 2100 When will the world decide that this planet cannot sustain the continued population growth.Glad I won't be around to see ... more
- Ronny Of Brighton QLD on How do cyclones form? Sandra is presently located at 163e 18s and looks like getting closer to the south east of Queensland.If it continues we ... more
- Michael on Australia in the year 2100 By 2100 the NBN will still being rolled out. more
- Jim Jaeger on Bullied teacher's story second round! well done Karen. Still awsome. Go Go Go! more
- Michael on Electricity revenue rort Energy Newspeak."Be Energy Wise": BYO Candles"ACDC":All Cash Demands Considered."Peak Hours":24/7"Tariffs":Tearoffs more
- kernel fritz on Electricity revenue rort All I can say is BLOODY CORPORATE GREED !!! more
- tigerturflandscape on Bulb gardening guide There are many forms of gardening, bulb gardening being one of them. Each and every different form of gardening helps to ... more
- Genevieve on Eat your street I've been to a number of Green Dean's events. Really interesting and inspiring. Growing my own vegies now thanks to him. more
- Michael on Urals' meteoroids explained Just read reports of spectacular fire ball sightings over Cuba and US,reprising last Friday's scary skyshow over Russia. ... more
- Maggie on Eat your street These workshops offered by Green Dean are always fun, informative and interesting. Highly recommended. more
4BC Talking Gardening: Shirley-Ann from Tara Valley joins the conversation with Maree Bretz to talk about this Australian native plant affectionately known as 'Pink Gem'.
This stunning low growing bushy plant, flowers from spring right through to autumn which will add an abundance of colour to your garden throughout winter.
4BC Talking Gardening: Paul Foley from the community based 'Tree Alert' group joins Maree Bretz to discuss their 'Walk & Talk' tours at West End and the importance of living in the city with trees and how we can all benefit in terms of the environment and our health.
4BC Talking Gardening: Neil Stewart, the boy from the bush, joins Clair Levander on a cattle forum about to be held in Charleville, which addresses the dire need for something to be done to to help our rural producers.
4BC Talking Gardening: Megan Roe, Landscape Garden Designer shares her advice for designing gardens for small back yards with Clair Levander on Talking Gardening.
4BC Gardening: Lord Mayor Graham Quirk joins Clair Levander for a new Brisbane City Council initiative, the Community conservation assistance initiative, which will give local groups a hand to preserve and protect our bush land areas and native flora and fauna from hazardous weeds.