Switched on

From huddling around a black and white TV to triple-screening, our viewing habits have changed a lot in the last 60 years. WORDS:...

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Letting kids be kids

Is overprotective parenting hampering the healthy development of our children?  WORDS: Richard O’Leary

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Natural born artist

A paintbrush placed in Pomona artist Jandamarra Cadd’s hand became a magic wand that changed his life. 

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Thinking outside the box

Dr Robi Sonderegger has returned to the Coast to launch a psychology cafe and milk bar, a new concept in mental health.  Words:...

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On top of her game

Star netball coach Noeline Taurua reveals why her new role is a perfect fit both professionally and personally.  Words: Leigh...

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Run to paradise

It takes hard work and persistence to run a marathon – the same qualities Sunshine Coast Marathon founder Gary Binet has applied to...

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Olympic lessons

Richard O’Leary says science has caught up with a theory he stumbled upon while living in a share house in the ‘90s.

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Sporticide squad

Nugget likes Suicide Squad’s idea of putting the worst of the worst together, and has compiled a list of fearsome sporting anti-heroes.

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Red faced and rushed

Sami Muirhead has had one of those weeks, but a few hours on the beach with her family puts it all into perspective.

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The Britto - Toyota Fortuner Crusade

Back in the saddle, and what a ride it was.

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The Britto - Volvo XC90

My good friend Mr Volvo, Wade Basse rang me and suggested I get behind the wheel of the all-new Volvo XC90 Inscription...

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What makes VW different

In just 16 years the Volkswagen dealer on the Sunshine Coast has gone from selling one vehicle a month to more than 100 a month – and...

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Construction starts

Construction is underway on a new multi-million dollar development in Pelican Waters.

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On the rise

New home construction is improving across multiple platforms, according to the Housing Industry Association.

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Historic low

The Reserve Bank of Australia’s decision to cut its official cash rate by 25 basis points to 1.75 per cent has not come without...

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