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Celebrating 20 years of Pomona Railway Station Gallery

The Pomona Railway Station Gallery celebrated its 20th anniversary in March, where past volunteers and artists gathered to share stories of the gallery’s early...

Giving the environment a helping hand

 A move back to the Sunshine Coast to look after elderly parents left Jude Crighton with a need to reconnect to the community and...

Putting a heart check on your retirement to do list

 Now you have time to your self it’s time to have a heart check according to Heart Foundation Queensland Heart Health manager Doctor Anna...

Heritage Estate wines recognised for excellence

Cottonvale’s Heritage Estate Wines has received the prestigious James Halliday RED-5-Star winery rating for 2021, placing it in the top eight per cent of...

More than just another fruit

 One hundred and one uses for a Papaya – well not quite but if your dietitian has suggested you eat them for gut health...

Man of the trail

Star News Group contributing writer and author PHIL JARRATT reunites with a true blue bushman. The little I know of the craft and lore of...

History keepers

Stepping into the Noosa Shire Museum at Pomona is like being transported to a past time. Its rabbit warren-like rooms are laden with treasures,...

What’s On for Autumn

Owl and the Pussycat sail into Venue 114 Looking for someone where to take the grandkids in the school holidays? The Owl and the Pussycat...

The mighty Bernborough

Racing enthusiast and former newspaper editor Keith Kratzmann reflects on the career of turf legend Bernborough after a Christmas gift brought up some old...

Little Digger’s flight of fancy

On Christmas night 1918, an orphaned boy wandered into the No 4 Squadron of the Australian Flying Corps at Biggendorf in Germany, begging for...

Echoes of pandemics past

The Covid-19 pandemic, social isolation, quarantine and border closures came to a shock to many Australians. However, these drastic measures were not without precedent....

From glut to gut

Staring out the window at the papaya picked up the garden centre, plonked in the ground and which is now covered in papaya –...

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Mary takes flight again

Australia’s first female Chief Flying Instructor (CFI), and CASA designated Pilot Examiner, Mary Earnshaw achieved another first on International Women’s Day. Thanks to her friends...

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