Race to the finish

Tue, 23rd May 2017
Little Mountain’s Mick Sullivan has been the CEO of the Sunshine Coast Turf Club for 17 years. He will retire on August 31 – but you’ll still see him at the races.

Making a splash

Thu, 18th May 2017
Noosa photographer Liz Harlin is the Australian Institute of Professional Photography’s Queensland documentary photographer of the year.
Terminally ill Sunshine Coast mum and author of  children’s book Why My Mummy? will renew her wedding vows on June 1 thanks to My Wedding Wish.

A passion for the peculiar

Tue, 9th May 2017
Buderim artist Teresa Mundt creates exuberant artworks bursting with charm and whimsy. After trying her hand at a variety of careers, she is now a full-time artist and has gained an...
Co-sleeping, clip-on bassinets, baby hammocks – what’s safe for babies and what’s not? Paediatric nurse and University of the Sunshine Coast PhD candidate Roni Cole is conducting a state-...

Friend of the earth

Thu, 4th May 2017
Currimundi’s Rhondda Alexander is an award-winning landcarer who doesn’t understand the mindset of people who litter.

Living the good life

Thu, 27th Apr 2017
Dani Le Marseny and her husband visited the Sunshine Coast with the intention of staying two nights and 15 years later, they’re still here.

It’s not easy being Mia

Thu, 27th Apr 2017
Drawing a capacity crowd to Maroochydore library this week to promote her new book, Work Strife Balance, Mia Freedman chatted with My Weekly Preview about the insecurity that plagues...

The importance of being ernst

Wed, 19th Apr 2017
Buderim’s Robyn Ernst has taught theatre to more than 4000 young people over the past 20 years and would love the Coast to have a performing arts centre.
Jim Armstrong has lived a long and happy life, but the memory of war and loved ones lost will never leave him. WORDS: Leigh Robshaw.