Hinterland Life

Local Francophiles launch amusing book: Local writer, Bryan Hughes, has produced his long-awaited book based on the
Mary Valley Art Festival has $9000 in prizes: Mary Valley Artslink brings USC Art Gallery Manager to Imbil as a
Where the Wildlings Grow provides help for homeschoolers on the Sunshine Coast: Homeschooling is expanding on the Sunshine Coast, and more and more people

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See Brazzen Rural Products at Farm Fantastic: Family brought Barbara Wilkinson to Morayfield and a semi-rural acreage. After sourcing
Take control of your diabetes: A new group education program will be helping people diagnosed with Type
Physiotherapy can help… shoulder disorders: The shoulder complex is a complicated area. It consists of the glenohumeral

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Celebration of Books Maleny Louise Erdrich’s LaRose has been acclaimed by critics as a masterful narrative. Hauntingly rich and beautiful, the title has
Take the Open Studio Trail On June 24-25 (10-4), six warm studio/galleries across the Hinterland and surrounds will be welcoming visitors. Eight local artists
Guitar artistry at Eudlo Eudlo Hall plays host to guitar masters, Richard Gilewitz (USA) and Michael Fix (Aust), on Thursday June 15 from 7pm, for an evening
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Boomerang Alliance Announces Plastic Free Noosa Plan Noosa has been chosen as the first pilot area in Queensland to trial a community push to reduce single-use disposable and problematic plastic items (see below*). The plan will
Artist shares environmental message in UV paints Holly brings underwater landscape to life with UV paints.  Dive into the fluorescent underwater world without getting wet at the Mary Valley Art Festival this year. You will simply
Key to the city awarded to Coast’s netball champions The history-making Sunshine Coast Lightning have today been presented with a key to the city after becoming the inaugural Suncorp Super Netball champions. In front of hundreds of jubilant

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Louise Erdrich’s LaRose has been acclaimed by critics as
On June 24-25 (10-4), six warm studio/galleries across the
Eudlo Hall plays host to guitar masters, Richard Gilewitz