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This Week’s Fundraiser: Griffith Asia Future Fellows


This week, students involved with the Griffith and Peking Universities “Asia Future Fellows Program” will be running a stall as a fundraiser . For more information about the Program and their activities assisting a very special program in China , read more…………………..

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Mobile donor centre coming soon

Roll up Your Sleeves and Give Blood

Please, make an appointment to give blood at the Davies Park Market this Saturday 30th of May by visiting

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Solar Citizens Unite!

Are you sick and tired of power bills becoming more and more expensive? Solar might just be the answer. The volunteer team from will be at Davies Park Market this Saturday, conducting the Great Solar Power Poll, and they’d love for you to pop by and say hi!

Australia is one of the sunniest continents on earth, so producing power from the sun just makes sense.

This has been recognised by millions of Australians who have chosen to take energy generation into their own hands.

One million rooftop power stations are now lighting up homes around the country. And many more households are looking to solar as a way to manage their energy bills, creating cleaner energy along the way.

Check out their YouTube clip here

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Rally for the Reef at Davies Park Market

Rally for the Reef

Our Great Barrier Reef is under threat from mega ports, dredging and dumping.

If you don’t want it to become an industrial zone and shipping superhighway, you can call on all sides of politics to unite to save it. With the Federal election looming-the time is now.

Voluntary Great Barrier Reef campaigners from  GetUp will be at Davies Park Market on Saturday August 10 to urge concerned citizens to join a rally for the cause.

Rally for the Reef will take place on Sunday August 25 to let politicians with the power know thousands of people are prepared to stand up for the spectacular marine environment.

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Australia Bans GMO at Davies Park Market

Australia Bans GMO

With so many wanting to know more about the food they eat and where it comes from , it should come as no surprise that a movement has begun against the practise of big business using science experiments on produce and passing it as standard.

This Saturday July 13, ‘Australia Bans GMO’ will hold a passive fact giving stall at Davies Park Market “We are a group of parents wishing to raise awareness about the scientific studies of Genetically Modified Foods.”

Their mission is clear “With our own two hands we can do this. Banning Food Stuffs, Imported Ingredients, Seeds, Fertilizers IS possible and IS do-able.”

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Brisbane City Council draft ePlan at Davies Park Market

Brisbane City Council

Do you feel that your feedback can shape your neighbourhood and surrounding suburbs?

Brisbane City Council has a draft ‘ePlan’ for the future development of Brisbane, guiding how local land can be used. It also helps plan for infrastructure to support growth and create a more diversified economy while continuing to protect our city’s enviable way of life.

A Community Engagement team will be at Davies Park Market on Saturday July 6 giving local residents access to interactive mapping. This is also an opportunity to chat to a town planner face to face about the issues and receive information about how to make a formal submission on the plan.

This is about your city, your plan, your say.

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