DUE to the dry weather the south east is experiencing, conditions are rapidly deteriorating.
Council moves to save Post Office
The pair were married for 15 months.
The region’s iconic nature-based attractions were on display
A small Tweed village will come alive with music and community events when the Tyalgum Music Festival celebrates is quarter century in September.
Baby boomers are at risk of macular degeneration
Sir Richard Branson's island will become a koala safe haven.
Immersed in a sea of light, beaming down from dazzling neon signs
Study aims to find drug-free treatment for dementia.
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SIXTY-SIX-YEAR-OLD grandfather of three Daryl Allen is now officially the oldest person in the world to complete the 515 kms gruelling endurance test.
"Hope we can collect lots of these products for our families"
Blood Brothers by Willy Russell has come to the Sunshine Coast
The Sunshine Coast Agricultural Show Society presents the 111th Show
Guided tours and entertainment by boom Baby.
On Saturday, June 4 at 6.30pm til late.
Thursday, May 19 at 9.30am- 12pm.
RESIDENTS of a Brisbane aged care service will embark on a cruising holiday through the Pacific Ocean next month.
Sadie and Tom Brooks have always enjoyed the simple life
On Sunday June 5, starting time is 10am to 3pm. Entry is free.
Commencing at 10.30am on Wednesday, May 18.
National Palliative Care Week is May 22-28.
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This is a free event and all service providers and people from the communities are most welcome to attend.
Chartered as a club of Zonta International in 1978
Every country town in Australia has one, our major cities a few.
The first known World War I monument erected in Queensland
Crows Nest War Memorial pays tribute to veterans of both World Wars
“Tribute to the Anzacs” at the Toowoomba Public Library
Lockyer Valley Regional Council will hold ANZAC Day ceremonies
Robina Town Centre celebrates its 20th anniversary with two months of activity including an Australian-first art installation.
U3A North Gold Coast has a couple of landmark celebrations in May.
BGANZ - Botanic Gardens Australia New Zealand.
Fans of rock ’n’ roll, rockabilly, classic cars and '50s fashion
Community Cabinet meeting will be held at the Gold Coast in May
SPEAKING in Maryborough, Minister for Regional Development Fiona Nash said a re-elected Coalition Government would make the Portside precinct project a reality.
Photos from the 20th anniversary of the annual festival
Boaties need to keep a sharp eye out for humpback whales
Federal election will be held on July 2, COTA getting its priorities
Legal Aid Queensland is reminding vets they can get free legal help
Community campaign to save a piece of Burnett Heads history
THEY want to chat, they want to listen, they want to build
PLACE beetroot, butter, brown sugar and dark chocolate in a saucepan over medium-low heat. Stir for 5 minutes or until melted.
One-tenth of their salary added to their super each year
Another excuse for U3A Tweed Coast members to be out and active
Northern Rivers most respected Elders recording their stories
Bill on making registered nurses (RNs) mandatory in aged care
Story Dogs volunteers are not without ambition
It is always good to use produce that is in season
WHEN people think of carers, they usually envisage partners caring for loved ones as they age.
"I almost had to kill a guy once"
Audiences that love the finer things: travel, food, love and music
Skydivers will float down from the clouds to land on the sand
It seems that the world’s ageing population are living longer
Technology can be a bane or a blessing for people over 50
Denis Green has had a full career of serving regional communities
"THEY said it was unbelievable, all of a sudden this big thing appeared in front of them"
Leadership debate between Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten too dull
Heartbreaking tale of the little girl who grew up to be the abuser
Can you help track down 11-year-old Melinda Ellis from Oakey?
THE Ipswich bat crisis signals the pressing need to cut red tape across Australia.
The mantra that deficits are bad needs to be challenged and changed.
The event was a tremendous success.
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