Paul Jackson

Paul Jackson is the owner and editor of LNP Group. A lifelong local, he will do anything to help people connect across Logan West. He lives at Hillcrest with his wife Charmain. They have five adult children and celebrated their first grandchild in 2021, another in 2022 and one on the way in 2023. If you have new information to add to his stories or new story ideas, you can contact Paul at

National Seniors Forest Lake Branch Update

By Paul Jackson / August 5, 2022 / Comments Off on National Seniors Forest Lake Branch Update

We were privileged to listen to Emeritus Professor Roland Sussex OAM at our July meeting. He is a specialist in language, communication, culture and health communication. He has held many distinguished positions in Universities and public communication institutions. His presentation was extremely interesting to our members, covering the origins of many of our uniquely Australian […]

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The Lake News – July 2022 Issue

By Paul Jackson / July 1, 2022 / Comments Off on The Lake News – July 2022 Issue

July 2022 is the first issue of The Lake News to be published under new owner, Paul Jackson, and his team. Paul would love your feedback on what you would like us to improve in future issues of The Lake News – send your thoughts to Our Forest Lake reporter is Jamie Furness. She […]

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Personally Speaking

Personally Speaking – June 2022

By Paul Jackson / June 28, 2022 / Comments Off on Personally Speaking – June 2022

Hello Forest Lake.  What a pleasure it has been the last few weeks meeting so many of you and hearing your stories. My name is Paul Jackson and as of July 1, 2022, I have been entrusted with the future of The Lake News (Read more of how this happened in the story here. As […]

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Logan West News acquires Local News Publications

By Paul Jackson / June 27, 2022 / Comments Off on Logan West News acquires Local News Publications

In a ‘circle of life’ type scenario, four-year-old Logan West News has bought the Local News Publications that inspired its inception. Four years ago, Logan West retiree Chris Wren challenged me to start a newspaper for the Logan West community. Chris told me the story of how he had started The Lake News in 1993 […]

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