Big Local are giving away three nights accommodation at Couran Cove, South Stradbroke Island.
All you have to do to enter is sign up to receive I Love K-Town monthly community magazine online by 30 September 2017.
A sneak peek at the prize accommodation at Couran Cove.
Fully air-conditioned Studio Apartment. Sleeps 2-3 people.
Studio Apartments have a private balcony with stunning water views.
Studio Apartments display a soft pallet of neutral colours with a Carrara marble twin basin bathroom, while boasting modern fixtures and fittings.
These apartments are ideal for couples or small families. Rooms can be converted to twin or king bed configurations. There is a convertible sofa bed available which can comfortably cater for extra guests. Rooms are self-contained and all linen and amenities are provided upon arrival at the resort.
Services and Facilities include
- Disabled rooms are available on request
- Approximately 54m2
- Suitable for 2-3 Guests
- Air Conditioning
- Medium size fridge
- Tea/Coffee making facilities
- Iron & ironing board
- Ceiling Fans
You can read more about Couran Cove Apartments on their website – Couran Cove Apartments.
Terms & Conditions
Accommodation Voucher for up to three people will be issued to the winner. Winner must arrange their own transport to and from the accommodation, including ferry transfers. Winner will be picked at random from Subscribers to either North Lakes Now or I Love K-Town Magazines, between 5.00 pm 16-08-17 and midnight 30-09-17. Winner will be contacted by email and announced in the September edition of North Lakes Now. Should we not hear from the winner by return email within seven days, a new winner will be drawn. Accommodation Voucher is not redeemable for cash. Accommodation must be redeemed by 01st March 2018.
August 16, 2017 | nthlakes
Locally, there has been a reshuffle of MP’s and electoral boundaries, resulting in our local electorate of Murrumba being appointed a new MP.
Steven Miles MP, who’s seat of Mt Cootha disappeared under the boundary redistribution and who is Queensland Labor Minister for Environment and Heritage Protection and Minister for National Parks and the Great Barrier Reef, has taken on the seat of Murrumba.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk greets Steven Miles MP and his wife Kim.
Last Friday 3rd March, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and local MP’s, along with members of the public, attended a ribbon cutting ceremony to open the new Kallangur campaign office of Steven Miles MP for Murrumba.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Steven Miles, incoming MP for Murrumba, cutting the ribbon at the new Kallangur office.
Dr Miles grew up in in the area, having attended Petrie State School and St Paul’s at Bald Hills. His website Steven Miles MP states that he is committed to tackling unemployment through job creation, listening to and acting upon the concerns of Queenslanders, and restoring integrity and accountability to government in Queensland.
Premier Palaszczuk and incoming MP for Murrumba, Steven Miles speaking with locals.
Steven has supported the current increased funding for koala conservation and protecting wildlife and with his ministerial roles, is well positioned to give a voice to local issues in the electorate of Murrumba.
Murrumba now comprises parts of Rothwell, most of Mango Hill, Griffin, Murrumba Downs, Kallangur and Dakabin.
Under the changes, the seat of Kallangur, represented by MP Shane King is set to become Kurwongbah and includes the suburbs of Petrie, Kurwongbah, Joyner, Whiteside, Narangba, parts of Burpengary and parts of Lawnton.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk stands with Murrumba MP Steven Miles and current Member for Kallangur, Shane King.
Incumbent Murrumba MP Chris Whiting will contest the newly created electorate of Bancroft which includes suburbs – North Lakes, Deception Bay and Burpengary East.
The latest redistribution increases the total number of Queensland seats from 89 to 93, dropping the average number of voters per electorate from approximately 34,200, to around 32,700.
The increase in seats was passed through parliament in April last year and included in the bill is a change in the voting rules from Optional Preferential Voting to Mandatory Preferential Voting, meaning that under the current rules, voters are required to number every box in order of preference, for their vote to count.
Murrumba, Kallangur & Kurwongbah Boundary Redistribution Map 2017
Most people speculate that the next state election will take place in early 2018.
You can see a full list of the proposed boundary changes and maps on the website – Queensland Redistribution Commission.
March 9, 2017 | nthlakes