We’re in the process of moving to new website software. This means there will be broken links, web pages in need of attention, and various other issues.
We are moving from Movable Type, the original content management system, to WordPress. This is instead of updating to the current version of Movable Type. The main reason is that WordPress is supported better by our web hosting company, so we are less likely to encounter issues that break the software and consequently the site, leaving us in a technical deep end (this has happened several times)! Also, more people are familiar with it. The migration also gives us the opportunity to upgrade the look of the site and its interaction with modern devices. At the moment, the main aim is to migrate to WordPress, slowly improving content/function later.
THE OLD SITE IS HERE
If you do see any issues please log a report by filling in the form at the bottom of each page. All you really need to do is cut and paste the broken URL or the text that has errors. Drawing our attention to it should be enough for us to locate it and see the problem.
LM: FEB 2019
The hosting company recently migrated to new servers. This rendered us unable to post to the website since the start of June. This post indicates that we appear able to post again.
You can now advertise when you are going for a paddle, or you can join someone who is planning to paddle around the same time as you are thinking.
Continue reading “Let Others Know When You Are Paddling on the River”
The code of conduct for the Brisbane river has been revised this year. This time there was input from Queensland Canoeing.
Continue reading “Revised Code of Conduct on the river”
Keep up with other similarly minded club members.
Subscribe to the Canoe club email lists.
These can be configured to provide real time emails, or deliver as a daily digest.
List information is here.
The club is trying to organise a group discount to this film series. Register by 1st Sept.
Continue reading “Radical Reels film festival at the Power House”
The Brisbane City Council has awarded the club a substantial Community Sport Clubs grant to improve the administrative and coaching systems within the club.
Continue reading “Brisbane City Council supports the club”
UQ Sport no longer processing club membership payments.
Please look here for more information about joining or rejoining.
Continue reading “Changed Join-Rejoin Process”
The cost of membership has increased for the first time in many years.
Continue reading “Changes to membership prices”
Marine Safety Queensland has produced a code of conduct for unpowered craft on the Brisbane river. Please familiarise yourselves with it.
Continue reading “Code of conduct on the river”