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Premier outlines plan to ease coronavirus restrictions

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has outlined what restrictions will be relaxed between now and mid-June.

Coronavirus home visitor restrictions eased

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced the eased restrictions as the number of active COVID-19 cases in the state again dropped.

National Simultaneous Storytime a virtual event

Amid the coranavirus pandemic, this year's National Simultaneous Storytime will head in to the virtual realm.

Premier announces plan to get kids back to school

Some Queensland students will return to the classroom as early as 11 May.

Useful online resources for learning at home

Sunshine Coast Council Libraries has pulled together the best home learning resources to help local families during the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus restrictions eased in Queensland

Restrictions imposed to halt the spread of coronavirus are being relaxed in Queensland.

Online library programs for kids

The State Library of Queensland is presenting a program of daily online activities for kids during the coronavirus pandemic.

School students to learn from home

Queensland school students will learn at home for at least the five weeks of Term 2.

Mum’s incredible triplet delivery

When Bianca Aiono Robertson discovered she was expecting triplets, she hoped to birth them naturally. That was despite feeling somewhat terrified at the prospect of...

Play for all ages

There’s a new playgroup in Noosa that’s bringing generations together. Every Monday at Ozcare Noosa Heads, residents - many aged in their late nineties -...

The everyday FIFO wife’s honest approach to life

On Bronwyn Delaivuna’s social media account, known as the everyday FIFO wife, she shares some incredibly raw moments of her life. The Sunshine Coast mum...

Our favourite baby names

Queensland’s hottest baby names have been revealed - and there is a new top pick for girls. Olivia is now the most popular choice for...

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Bigger house parties, weddings allowed as COVID-19 restrictions eased

House parties with up to 100 people and as many as 25,000 spectators at major sporting events will be allowed as COVID-19 restrictions are relaxed in Queensland.