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Oh Koch, it’s a health insurance hack

Australians with private health insurance could save big by taking advantage of a little-known hack, before insurers raise premiums again from 1 April. Compare...

Go west young travellers, go west

Go West and discover Queensland’s big skies and wide, open spaces that are packed with history and adventure. Some areas are household names, others are...

Systemic Diseases and Eye Health and Vision

Our Ophthalmic Nurse loves reminding everyone that the eyes are connected to the rest of the body. Systemic diseases are so often picked up...

Naming deadly heatwaves

With parts of Australia reeling from record-breaking heat, the Climate Council is calling for heatwaves to be named, similar to how we name tropical...

Renewed local art prize showcases region’s best

This year's Local Contemporary Art Prize will see 40 local artists exhibit works in the hopes of taking home the prestigious $10,000 Best in...

Queensland ballet at Pilbream

Head to Pilbeam Theatre, as Queensland Ballet presents four glittering works from the vault in a balletic feast for the senses. From an emotive...

Naming deadly heatwaves

With parts of Australia reeling from record-breaking heat, the Climate Council is calling for heatwaves to be named, similar to how we name tropical...

The red train from Tirano

It was one of the most intriguing railway journeys. One that exceeded any expectations we may have held. As part of an adventure in Italy,...

Funding available for Livingstone events

Cultural festivals to sporting events and community gatherings are being welcomed to apply for the Livingstone Shire Council’s Event Sponsorship Program. In a commitment to...

Frenchville Sports Club Community Partnership supports U3A Ukuleles

The Frenchville Sports Club Community Partnership Scheme supports many local groups each year and a presentation held on Friday, 14 February, brought together the...

Photographers display hometown pride

Tyler Stevens has taken out this year’s Banana Shire Council Australia Day photography competition which carried the theme “hometown pride”. This year's competition showcased the...

Contributions recognised

Older members of the community featured prominently in this year’s Banana Shire Australia Day Awards announced this morning at the official ceremony held at...

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Remembering the past

Not everyone caught up in horrors of World War II was a soldier as Ryszard ‘Richie’ Ziebicki from Rockhampton can attest. ‘Richie’ was 12...