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Handy safety hints from police

The Queensland Police Service (QPS) recognises the valuable role that older Queenslanders play in the community and their right to safety and a lifestyle...

Mental health linked to heart health

University of South Australia scientists have uncovered another reason why society should be paying more attention to mental health: it is closely aligned to...

The Darling of Harbours

We head south to pay homage to Australia’s largest city that has quietly but confidently come out of an extended lockdown period to host an...

Elders welcome name change

Konomie Island Environmental Education Centre has been unveiled as the new official name of what was previously the North Keppel Island Environmental Education Centre. It...

Council takes guess work out of gardening

Central Highlands Regional Council has the solution for residents looking for low maintenance garden plants. From the Bottle Brush to the Weeping Tea Tree, the...

Something about the NSW South Coast

There's something about the South Coast of NSW, from the green valley hamlets to the pristine blue coastline. Take a short drive south of...

Superannuation laws to change

From one July a new law will permit a super fund to accept a personal superannuation contribution from an individual aged between 67 and...

Shoalhaven jumps in winter

From once-in-a-lifetime encounters swimming with majestic humpback whales, to award-winning winery adventures, and cosy accommodation with in-house fine dining, Shoalhaven is the ultimate destination...

Major milestone for mallet club

The Rockhampton Mallet Sports Club is celebrating its 50th Anniversary at their current location. Club secretary Lynne Farry said they will celebrate their milestone...

Preparations for the flowers begins

Prepare the petals - Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers has unveiled a month-long celebration for September 2022. The 2022 program for Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers (TCOF)...

More than scones and spongecakes

The Country Women’s Association celebrates its centenary in Queensland (and NSW) this year and while most people know the organization for its scones and...

40 years in business

Capricorn Screens Awnings and Blinds celebrated 40 years in business in early March. Whilst the business has been operating since March 1982, Ashley and...

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More than scones and spongecakes

The Country Women’s Association celebrates its centenary in Queensland (and NSW) this year and while most people know the organization for its scones and...