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This October, Go Pink to to support local research to better post-operative breast cancer care for locals.

Ipswich Hospital Foundation are supporting the West Moreton Breast Cancer Research Project to investigate the feasibility of a virtual breast care clinic to support patients following breast…

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You can utilise Council’s Disaster Dashboard to see road conditions, weather warnings and power outages.

If you’re not sure how to use the dashboard take a look at our instructional video!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDhrWkXz3WA&feature=youtu.be





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QUEENSLAND – REMEMBER, IF IT’S FLOODED, FORGET IT: ⚠️ Tune into the Bureau of Meteorology for up-to-date information and warnings
⚠️ Never enter flood water – stay away from rivers, creeks and drains
⚠️ Never try to drive, ride or walk through floodwaters Call Triple Zero (000) if there’s an emergency, or dial 132 500 if you need SES assistance as a result of storm damage.

Afternoon, Queensland. Parts of the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane City and Moreton Bay are experiencing severe thunderstorms, which may lead to flash flooding. REMEMBER, IF IT’S FLOODED, FORGET IT: ⚠️ Tune into the Bureau of Meteorology for up-to-date information and warnings
⚠️ Never enter flood water – stay away from rivers, creeks and drains
⚠️ Never try to drive, ride or walk through floodwaters Call Triple Zero (000) if there’s an emergency, or dial 132 500 if you need SES assistance as a result of storm damage.

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