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If you’re considering a career in the fitness industry, you can find out how at Goodlife Chermside’s Career Event on Tuesday, 15 June. Designed to provide an insight into the world of a Personal Trainer, the event will provide details on what a day in the life of a PT looks like, how to brand yourself, exercise and programming, nutrition, career pathways, and study and gym options. Places are limited and bookings are required.
If you’re at a loose end on the third Sunday of the month, Happy Valley Brewing Company in Stafford is hosting Sunday sessions with meat tray prizes. Head on down for a beer or two while listening to some local music. And, if you’re feeling lucky, enter the raffle to win a meat tray from Meat at Billy’s while you’re there.
Know a thing or two about music? Head along to music bingo at The Coffee Club Aspley on Saturday, 26 June, from 5.30pm to 8.30pm. There’ll be hidden dance-offs, cat calls and cash prizes – and, of course, a whole lot of fun. The category is 80s music, and there will be five rounds of all your favourite hits from the era. Registration is free and bingo books are $5 each. Book via phone or head to The Coffee Club Aspley’s FB page.
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We’d kick the back door in and there was only two or three bouncers, so they could only catch a few of us,” said Jimmy
Barnes on attending a Tina Turner concert.
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It won’t take long for you to realise why this is one of Australia’s most popular podcasts. Why not find out for yourself?

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