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Few would realise that homelessness is a real issue for some Maleny residents. Now, thanks to the crusade of a group of determined and compassionate locals, that is being addressed through Compassionate Housing Affordability Solutions Maleny (CHASM). by Judy...
Sandy Creek Organic Farm sits happily in the beautiful valley of Beerwah, selling organic fruit, vegetables and nuts, with Les and Marji Nicholls as the caring, hardworking, ‘semi-retired’ owners. Writer, Jacqui Hensel, met with them recently to learn more about the...
Part two of Rebecca Mugridge’s interview with genial Senior Sergeant Police Officer in Charge, Gary Brayley, from Nambour Police Station, where she learnt how much is involved in the day-to-day life of the local police. by Rebecca Mugridge Gary Brayley is a leader the...
A hinterland fundraiser dinner to support those affected by the ongoing bushfire crisis has been announced for February 23, 6-9pm at Altitude on Montville. A group of hinterland locals have banded together with businesses and artists to create a fundraising dinner for...
In its third year, the Sunshine Coast Asian Food Festival returns to the serene lush grounds of Spicers Tamarind Retreat on Saturday February 22 from 1pm to 6pm. This is the perfect occasion to gather friends and family for an afternoon of vibrant Asian Street Food,...
If you love a good pie, and you frequent (or live in) the hinterland, chances are you have come across The Maleny Pie Guy. With his recent ‘grand opening’ in Maleny, opposite the town’s IGA, we had to chat with the man behind the scrumptious pies, Jamie Hodges and...
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“Dear Victoria, I must say you have done us proud with the theatre festival – we are absolutely delighted. President Peter Lavery texted me to say: ‘The headline, the two hero shots and the text strike an optimum promo balance. The best publicity we have’. The ad too is in a good place on the Rosetta books story page. Thank you so much.”
Judith Ross-Smith, MALENY ARTS COUNCIL
“I though the article turned out very well – I am getting lots of comments about my dulcet tones! The old photo turned out really well – well done. Thanks Angela for thinking of me and help spread my thanks to the Maleny people.”
Ann Brown ROSETTA BOOKS
“The article/photos on Roving Restorers was great. I have had a lot of positive feedback from people currently involved. Hopefully new people will get on board also. Many thanks for your support.“
Coordinator HINTERLAND BUSH LINKS INC.
“Dear Gay, Your latest publication in Maleny Hinterland Times left me in awe of your prose, intellect and humanism! Why are you not a published author is beyond me.”
“Hello Karen, Just picked up the Hinterland Times, ad for Kenilworth ArtsFest looks FABULOUS and editorial wonderful. Thank you very much, everything is really appreciated. Cheers Veronika”
Veronika, KENILWORTH ARTSFEST
“Dear Victoria, Just a short note to thank you for the story in the Times. You have brought out beautifully and sensitively that the book is not about tennis. It is about people. I have had feedback from non-tennis players how interesting they found your article as a story ‘in its own right’ to quote an email from ReMax. You did it better than I could have. Kind regards,