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Tooth decay – does your child have it?

Tooth decay is a disease 50 per cent of Australian children under six suffer from that can result in pain, removal of teeth, bad...

Community minded learning

Nambour Early Learning Journey celebrates the diverse community and recognises the integral role that building authentic relationships and partnerships with local community groups has...

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...

Queensland schools to remain open … for now

Queensland schools will remain open until at least the holiday break, however it’s up to parents as to whether they send their children. Premier Annastacia...

NAPLAN tests cancelled due to coronavirus

NAPLAN tests have been called off because of the coronavirus outbreak. Queensland Education Minister Grace Grace announced on Friday (20 March) that the National Assessment...

Serving busy parents a key ingredient for success

Kim McCosker’s recipe for success began over a decade ago while on maternity leave for her second child. The busy mum wanted a cookbook to...

Local mum creates a soaking solution

From a moment of desperation, Sunshine Coast mother of three Kelly Lavery turned an idea into an invention and the Strucket was born. The Strucket...

Dietitian’s simple lunchbox advice

Making school lunchboxes is a task loathed by many parents. Deciding what food to send a child to school with can also be confusing....

Becoming a ‘mumpreneur’

If you use a mobile phone or surf online, chances are you are using a product or service such as a website, an app,...

Paige punches her way to the top

Despite being only 14 years of age Paige Robinson, in her chosen sport of amateur boxing, is already starting to turn heads. Standing 160cm and...

Mum of two fights for life

Just six years after losing her mum to breast cancer, Sunshine Beach local Halie Adams became the youngest woman in Australia to be diagnosed...

Noosa Early Learning offers a holistic approach

Noosaville Child Care Centre have recently announced an exciting change to their services name, and will be now known as Noosa Early Learning. This name...

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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.