Local Faces

Fri 20 Jul 2018

Never too old to have one last crack

premium_icon Never too old to have one last crack

THE Sunshine Coast Fashion Festival got more than it bargained for when not one, but two 'experienced' models turned up to audition.

Thu 19 Jul 2018

Growing demand for organic food prompts family project

Growing demand for organic food prompts family project

HE SWORE he'd never be a farmer, but now this man is leading a foodie movment from small beginnings to bring something Warwick's never had.

Wed 18 Jul 2018

TREE OF LIFE: Mother's legacy woven into fabric of festival

TREE OF LIFE: Mother's legacy woven into fabric of festival

NO AMOUNT of wool will ever replace the warmth Catherine Dunn brought to this town, but her spirit still lives on in the festival she loved.

Thu 12 Jul 2018

'My family accepted me as a transgender indigenous woman'

premium_icon 'My family accepted me as a transgender indigenous woman'

Delton Clark is proud to be indigenous, proud to be transgender and even more proud to just be her.

Tue 10 Jul 2018

BECAUSE OF HER: How a mother survived against the odds

BECAUSE OF HER: How a mother survived against the odds

FROM a dusty-haired drop-out to a successful academic and health worker, this Warwick woman has her strong-willed mother to thank.

Sat 7 Jul 2018

ONE YEAR ON: Principal reflects on Gympie school fire

premium_icon ONE YEAR ON: Principal reflects on Gympie school fire

JUNE 28, 2017 was a night One Mile State School principal Stuart Bell will never forget.

Older