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Teen whips up cupcake store

Hannah Miller, 14, presents goodies in the party room at Little Miss Cupcake, Hervey Bay.
Hannah Miller, 14, presents goodies in the party room at Little Miss Cupcake, Hervey Bay. Alistair Brightman

WHILE most students spent their holidays relaxing, 14-year-old Hannah Miller was busy preparing to open a business.

After one year producing her delicious cupcakes from the family home, Little Miss Cupcake will open today.

"We've had to paint the interior, work on the floors, we've put all the furniture in and of course there's the baking and frosting to be done," Hannah said.

The Riverside Christian College student will work on afternoons and weekends.



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