Family's race against time as Coast dad slips away

TROY Lister was driving with his wife and young children when he had his first seizure.

Woman trampled by cow at feedlot airlifted to hospital

AIRLIFT: A woman in her 20s was airlifted to Toowoomba Hospital after she was trampled by a cow at a feedlot near Dalby this morning.

Woman in her 20s taken to hospital after trampled by cow

'Game changer' funding transforms Coast family

FLASHBACK: Erika and Peter Lutz with their children Violet, 6, and Annabelle, 2, in 2015.

Life-saving technology funding has helped the Lutz family

New Coast mental health facility will save lives

The new Sunshine Coast Mental Health and Addiction Service at Sunshine Coast University Hospital.

Good news for people with mental health illnesses and their families

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Survey open on aged care CALD and LGBTI framework

THE Federal Government is seeking comments on the framework to support aged care needs of people from CALD and LGBTI communities.

Adding some blue to breast cancer pink campaign

BREAST CANCER: breast cancer patients Rod Ritchie and Rob Fincher.

BREAST cancer isn't exclusively a women's disease, men get it too.

Is sex good for your health later in life?

It's the age-old debate – is sex in your later years good for your health?

THE answer might depend on whether you're a man or a woman.

New breast cancer diagnostic service for Coast

BREAST CANCER: Breast Diagnostic Specialists' senior mammographer Jayne Rogers.

COAST women to benefit from new diagnostic facility.

"I survived a flesh eating disease": Warwick man tells all

Doctors told Tom Barnes that he would never work again. The smile says it all.

Tom Barnes defied predictions he would never go home or work again

Care sector set to expand with NDIS adding 1000 new jobs

Hervey Bay CPL community program coordinator John Hill is excited to see the positive impact that NDIS will have on the Fraser Coast community.

More than a thousand jobs will soon be created.

Exercise can take 10 years off your mind age

Research has shown that exercise helps to keep the mind sharp and could even take 10 years off your mind age.

STUDY proves exercise helps to keep the mind sharp.

TRAVEL: New business offers travelling carers

IT'S a smart business offering mobility restricted people of any age carer assistance while on holiday on the Sunshine Coast or when travelling from the Coast.

'Unclear' funding concerns for those with a disability

LEVEL PLAYINGFIELD: A recent decision by the Federal Court could see NDIS recipients recoup 100% of their travel costs, potentially easing concerns over holes in funding.

Developing holes in NDIS may affect transportation.

Helping hands bring smiles to surfers

FUN IN THE SUN: DSA celebrating ten years on the Mid North Coast.

Successful DSA birthday celebrations.

Too tight to turn at new Town Hall Information Centre

STUCK: Irena Foster and her mother Anne Wynbergen, neither of whom can access the Visitor Information Centre with their mobility scooters.

A WARWICK woman is stuck and sour.

Mobility scooter causes mayhem on busy road

AN ELDERLY woman held up traffic on a busy Coast road, driving her mobility scooter down the centre lane.

Mobility scooter in middle lane causes traffic chaos

Elder Abuse: Why does it occur?

THE REASONS elder abuse happens and is perpetuated are complex and confronting, and by no means exhaustive.

The plight of older women: Looking at 'why'

Older women are at increased risk of homelessness and poverty.

BREAST CANCER: Achieving normality, with a bra

MOBILE CARE: Tracey Grills, of Tracey G Prosthetics & Lingerie, with some of the range available.

THE difference some silicone and lace can make after breast surgery.

Murphy the mule star of the show at aged care facilities

HEALING ANIMALS: Joe Howells pats miniature pony Oreo.

HEALING hearts through the love of four-legged friends.

Toowoomba breast cancer specialist takes on guiding role

TRUST: Toowoomba oncologist Dr Khageshwor Pokharel.

ONCOLOGIST'S approach eases fear of breast cancer diagnosis.

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.

Apply the 80/20 rule for better peace of mind

Change the way you think and you will start to feel better. Let go of needless worry, be open to solutions and enjoy a healthier, happier life.

CHANGE the way you think and you will start to feel better.