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Tewantin woman’s eye saved for second time

After successful cataract surgery, Tewantin resident Pauline Durham could never have anticipated to almost lose her eyesight on two occasions. Standing with her...

Hinterland issues brought to forefront

President of the Pomona and District Chamber of Commerce (PDCC), Phil Moran, looks forward to joining other community representatives in discussing issues affecting the...

Endurance champ flexes fundraising muscle

Well-known Sunshine Coast fitness identity and endurance champion Jamie Milne is undertaking a mammoth effort with an incredible four Guinness World Record attempts in...

Everyday Australians to help solve aged care crisis

The Health Services Union is calling on the Prime Minister to fund a ‘home guard’ style system which would allow everyday Australians to provide...

School transport running for essential workers

While Term 1 will now begin on Monday, 7 February for most students, new and existing school services will run as planned from Monday,...

Twelve lives lost on Queensland roads in 20 days

Twelve lives have been lost on our roads since January 1, an increase of three on the same period last year. In more than half...

Help children in need get back to school

The Smith Family launches its 2022 Back to School Appeal, calling for extra support to help thousands of young Australians in need re-engage with...

Man drenched in fuel flees attacker

A man has been charged after allegedly pouring an accelerant over another man and attempting to set him alight on January 15 in Buderim. It...

Not ready for an e-car?

Why not try one of these alternatives? Electric cars are great, and with the Queensland government investing in public charging infrastructure, they are becoming more...

Call to vaccinate children with asthma for school start

Parents and carers of children with asthma are being encouraged to vaccinate their children before the start of the school year to help protect...

Clear skies and big swells

As predicted the swell continues to linger around and this week has seen a few boats cross the bar. Right now, this should only...

A country life

On the green, rolling hills of Pinbarren an English family has found their slice of paradise and carved out a new life they are...

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Farewell to one who served

When we live in a time of crises, there are always lessons that we can learn. In our present situation there is definitely...