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Mum rises above challenges to achieve uni accolade

Proving that mums really can do it all, just five days after giving birth to her second child Landsborough local Deborah Kelsey went back...

Mia tackles the big issues through youth parliament

When a guest speaker asked who in her Year 6 class wanted to be the Prime Minister of Australia, Mia Fitzgerald didn’t think twice...

Be a pilot for the day at Queensland Air Museum

The volunteers at Queensland Air Museum are in full preparation mode for Open Cockpit Weekend on 6 and 7 July. This year’s event promises to...

Seussical JR heads to the Sunshine Coast

“Oh, the thinks you can think” when the characters from Dr Seuss’ best-loved books come to life in Little Seed’s latest musical caper! Following hot...

Noosaville mum’s passion for decor

Noosaville entrepreneur and mum Sally Rankin went from working as a chef on private super yachts to selling coastal style homewares and antiques for...

Swimming lessons important all year round

As the weather cools, we may not think much about swimming and water safety for our little ones. But as we know living on the...

School holiday fun and fitness at MyFirstGym

MyFirstGym Maroochydore has got the school holidays sorted. We know it can be hard to think of new activities or fun ways to keep the...

Kindergarten in the community

Exploring the school grounds is a weekly highlight for the kindergarten children at Good Samaritan Kindergarten + Outside School Hours Care. Their recent visit to...

Stay extended for wheely big attraction

UPDATE: A 35-metre high ferris wheel's stay at the Caloundra beachfront has been extended by a week. The giant Skyline wheel will keep operating until...

St Andrew’s students scale new personal heights

Abseiling into waterfalls. Rappelling down rock faces. Navigating canyon gorges. Belaying, tying knots, getting out of comfort zones. Taking in stunning views from atop...

The importance of dental care during pregnancy

Seeing a dentist may not be very high on the list of things to do in pregnancy, but your oral health impacts your and...

Transitioning to a new school in the primary years

The decision to change schools may be a difficult one for many parents and children. Leading Queensland independent school Matthew Flinders Anglican College in Buderim,...

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Council facilities closing due to coronavirus

Noosa Shire Council facilities including libraries are closing due to the coronavirus outbreak. The closures come after the federal government announced ‘stage one’ restrictions in...