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Words have the power to change lives

It would be easy to think that the last place anyone who couldn’t read or write would be was the library, but that’s not the case here on the Sunshine Coast. Each week Sunshine...

Modern technology saving and restoring eyesight.

Cataract and Glaucoma are two issues that affect many Australians, especially as they age. Best Practice Eyecare’s Ophthalmic Nurse says in her 30-plus year...

Stay healthy and connected this winter

With the cooler months arriving, now is the perfect time to get out and move, with a range of health and wellbeing activities on...

Running passion starts a new adventure

Former Sunshine Coast triathlete and extreme sport enthusiast Susie Blissner has fallen in love with...

TRICARE KNITS GENERATIONS TOGETHER THROUGH SOCIAL KNITTING CLUB

The world celebrated World Wide Knit in Public Day on 8 June and a leading...

Mt Barney and beyond

As the sun sets over the Scenic Rim, we take a short drive from the...

Pallative care provided

By Kathy Bevin Katie Rose Cottage Hospice has been operating its 24/7 residential service in...

New home for Mr Squiggle

Mr Squiggle, the man from the moon, has landed at the National Museum of Australia! The...

New step for dementia care trialed at Maroochydore

Dementia care in Australia is set to be transformed with a new program launched across...

How To Support Your Adult Child Through Their Divorce

All parents want their children to be happy. So, when your child’s marriage ends, it...

Libraries are more than just books

Sunshine Coast Libraries are giving members of the general public a chance to tell their...

Why The Islands of Tahiti is a great destination for senior travellers

The allure of The Islands of Tahiti and the wide range of activities, whether it’s...