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Ruth Collett has the Glasshouse in stitches

At 82 years young, Ruth Collett captures vibrant scenes of the Glasshouse Mountains in cross-stitches which are printed locally to make cards and bookmarks. This month she shares her story with writer, Angela Reedman-Polinski, on how she came to live overlooking the...

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Hinterland Life

Sunshine Coast Spoken Word

By Gay LiddingtonSunshine Coast Spoken Word (SCSW) was founded by award-winning performance poet and writer, Robin Archbold aka Archie, in 2013, and has been involved in Sunshine Coast festivals and other events ever since. Archie hosts a gathering of poets,...

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Nordic Flux

By Gay Liddington Nordic Flux is the resident DJ at the Crystal Waters Chill Sesh and he specialises in chill, down-tempo, worldly beats that makes you feel good. Jory Freyee aka Nordic Flux grew up in Crystal Waters and when he moved back to the area he realised...

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New yoga centre in Kureelpa

By Gay LiddingtonYoga in Daily Life is a not-for-profit organisation offering classical authentic yoga to people of all ages and levels of experience. Their centre in Maroochydore has been running since 2003.   More recently a new centre has opened in Kureelpa at 1...

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HeartSpace Dance Academy, MALENY

Food, Drink & Dine online magazine

Indulge Your Senses

Regardless of whether it is fine dining or a casual café you can be sure that unique culinary experience awaits. The Hinterland Times Food, Drink and Dine Guide introduces visitors and reminds locals about the delicious dining options on the range. Spoilt with local fresh produce, stunning views and village atmospheres, be tempted to explore our food haven.
Bon Appetit.

Gallery Trail online magazine

There is something about the Sunshine Coast Hinterland that seems to inspire people...

Whether it’s the climate, the sweeping views, the atmospheric ‘villages’ dotted about or the people – this is a special, creative place. Artistic talent can be seen virtually everywhere you look. From ‘Strangler Cairn,’ Andy Goldsworthy’s huge egg sculpture in Conondale National Park, to the wealth of art galleries, local markets and viewings in artists’ personal studios. To help you on your journey of artistic discovery, the hinterland has its own Gallery Trail. It has been said that the hinterland is the Soul of the Sunshine Coast – once you take the Gallery Trail, you will probably agree.

Entertainment

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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.

Susie Duncan, 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.”

Bev Jones

“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,

Jack

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Oct 16, 2018

By Gay Liddington

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