Top 10 outings in Toowoomba in April

GET out and about in Toowoomba in April with some fabulous event options.

COMMUNITY NOTICES: Gold Coast region

Sorrento Probus Club members recently celebrated their Silver anniversary with a delicious cake and lots of smiles.

EVENTS and news from community groups around the Gold Coast.

Mateship Run funds veteran support

Currumbin RSL president Ron Workman welcomes the 60 & Better Walking Group to the Mateship Run on April 30.

RUN to raise funds for vital work at Currumbin RSL by Solider On.

New name and exciting program for Noosa Long Weekend

NOOSA ALIVE!: Noosa alive! 2017 ambassador Naomi Price.

NOOSA Alive! to turn July into a colourful Coast festival.

Shelter offers fun at Pig Day Out

Alex Winterford, shelter manager at Gold Coast Guinea Pig Rescue, grooms her pet to prepare for the Pig Day Out.

SHELTER fun will help forgotten guinea pigs find safety and love.

Sharing the spirit of the ANZACs in Toowoomba

AUSSIE SPIRIT: RAAF veteran Felix Parker OAM says Anzac Day is the most important day of the year for all Australians.

AIRMAN Felix Parker remembers his war years ahead of ANZAC Day.

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Nasho heads for Vietnam to pay respects

WAR veteran Tony van Sleeuwen is going back to Vietnam for the first time since he completed his tour of duty.

Croquet scores with skill, tactics and fitness

GIVE IT A SWING: The club’s longest-standing member Betty Belz shows her skill with the mallet, which saw her represent Australian.

TRY it today, croquet is gentle and tests skill and concentration.

Breast cancer survivors benefiting from dragon boating

DRAGONS ABREAST:  The Dragons Abreast Gold Coast team in training on Currumbin Creek.

EXERCISING regularly is helping survivors repair their bodies.

U3A plans a Queensland conference to remember

Convenors Gail Bonser (left) and Ilona Tanner hope to welcome at least 150 guests to The U3A Network Queensland State Conference.

CONFERENCE to provide platform for latest community learning.

Police want senior volunteers to assist community

Clancy the Koala and Coast Volunteers in Policing helping the Bli Bli Neighbourhood Watch celebrate Neighbour Day at Parklakes II.

COAST seniors can volunteer to work with their peers.

Flowering canvasses win awards for octogenarian

NEW HOBBY: Floral artist Desley Clarke with her award-winning floral art.

FLORAL awards keep rolling in for talented senior.

Lifetime learning offers the joy of having purpose

CHEERS: John Torquse, Patricia Sumner and Roger Cartwright celebrate the joy of learning.

University of the Third Age is a learning exchange between equals.