Posted September 03, 2018 04:25:25By KEVIN BRUNSWICKSource Financial Post cover article The Gold Coast is on its 50th Birthday!
It has been a very exciting time for our city, a time when we have all come together to celebrate our shared history, and our shared hopes for the future.
This year’s event is a celebration of our past, of our present and of the future that we all seek.
It is a time for reflection and reflection on the past, a moment to reflect on our present, a place to reflect and reflect on ourselves.
We are a city built on love and hope, and we will be forever grateful to those who have made the Gold and Blue their home, who have cared for us, who love us, and who will continue to support us through this great journey.
As we commemorate this special occasion, we are also celebrating the work of the Police Association, and what that means to the community, to our city and to our state.
It is an organisation which, through its long history, has always strived to ensure that the Police were the backbone of our community.
The Gold and Green Police Association has always played an important role in this city and this state, and has been here to provide a safe haven for those who are afraid to call the police.
Today marks the 50 year anniversary of our association, and this year we celebrate the occasion with a great deal of passion and enthusiasm.
For those of us who have been part of the organisation for decades, we can be proud that we are able to commemorate this moment with a celebration that brings together our people, our city.
We know that this will be a time of celebration for all of us, that we will all have something to celebrate.
It’s a time to celebrate the good things that we have achieved together.
For the Police, for our state, for the community we are proud to be part of.
For the Police Chief, for everyone who has worked to build a safe and secure community.
For everyone who works to make our community a better place.
For our city to have the confidence that it will always have a strong Police force that can protect and serve its residents and to serve as a model for all others.
We want to thank everyone for their support and we look forward to the next 50 years.
It would not have been possible for us to be here today without the support of the community and the Gold, Green and Northern Territory Police.
It will be the last 50 years without any changes to the Gold & Northern Territory Government, and I want to say thank you to all the members of the association, who are all members of this great community, and for your ongoing support and dedication.
It has been wonderful to see the Golds, Greens and Northern Territories Police Association come together this year to celebrate this great anniversary, and to reflect upon the work we have done together over the past 50 years to keep Gold Coast safe, to keep people safe and to keep our community safe.
It was a great time to be in Gold Coast, and an exciting time to witness the police officers and their colleagues who keep our Gold Coast community safe, and safe in their community, each day.
I wish you all a Happy 50th Anniversary.