Communication Plan for Foodbank Queensland

179 Beverley St Morningside 4170 07 3395 8422 Compiled by Julie-Ann Ellis As at, 17 December, 2012 Introductory Information Executive Summary A report produced by Foodbank (on analysis by Deloitte Access Economics) gives an overview of the Australian economy and looks at five main themes: 1. Demand for food relief is rising. 2. It’s notContinue reading “Communication Plan for Foodbank Queensland”

Youth Homelessness

While working at 4zzz as a Researcher/Announcer, I carried out the following broadcast on 14.05.2008. Commissioner for the National Inquiry into Youth Homelessness ‘Father Wally’ details his history working for homeless young people in Brisbane and details how he set up the Youth Advocacy Centre. Wally says he was asked to be a commissioner onContinue reading “Youth Homelessness”

Lota Creek supplies entertainment and food

Courtesy of the Brisbane City Council. “Swimming, fishing and visiting the beach were popular pastimes during the development of Lota.  Many families supplemented their diet with fish, crabs and oysters caught locally in the bay.  Hard to believe today, but there was a lovely strip of sand along the foreshore…” Robert McIntosh (Holiday visitor fromContinue reading “Lota Creek supplies entertainment and food”

There was a crooked house in a crooked St – Bellevue Pde, Lota

There was a crooked man, and he walked a crooked mile. He found a crooked sixpence upon a crooked stile. He bought a crooked cat, which caught a crooked mouse, And they all lived together in a little crooked house. Photography by Julie-Ann Ellis   Photography by Julie-Ann Ellis   The crooked theme in this postContinue reading “There was a crooked house in a crooked St – Bellevue Pde, Lota”

Lota Creek Info

“Lota Creek is a small coastal waterway which divides Lota from its neighbouring suburb of ransome. The 18 square kilometres of catchment area is a complex mixture of bushland, wetland and tidal systems, rural land surrounding the creek and estuarine systems and a foreshore dominated by urban development. Lota Creek is fed by several tributariesContinue reading “Lota Creek Info”

More of Lota – Photography by Julie-Ann Ellis

I hope everyone are enjoying these pics, there will be in-depth explanations associated with the pics very soon. The pics in this particular post are taken in my yard and the route my children walk to get the train every day. Photography by Julie-Ann Ellis Photography by Julie-Ann Ellis Photography by Julie-Ann Ellis Photography byContinue reading “More of Lota – Photography by Julie-Ann Ellis”