January 2020

Published a story 27th Jan 2020 3:24 PM

INDIE Rock band Ava Kaydo have released their first single ‘Lucid’ and are busily writing more music to release their EP later in the year. With humble roots on the Capricorn Coast, the popular trio are ready to rise.

Coast’s Ava Kaydo releases their first single

INDIE Rock band Ava Kaydo have released their first single ‘Lucid’ and are busily writing more music to release their EP later in the year. With humble roots on the Capricorn Coast, the popular trio are ready to rise.

Published a story 26th Jan 2020 6:45 PM

Australia Day Awards celebrations recognised community stalwarts who have gone above and beyond to serve their community.

Revealed: Capricorn Coast’s champions honoured

Australia Day Awards celebrations recognised community stalwarts who have gone above and beyond to serve their community.

Published a story 24th Jan 2020 10:11 AM

Cr Pat Eastwood is ready to go another round as councillor in the Livingstone Shire local government 2020 elections, as he believes he has a lot more to give

Ready to back up for election

Cr Pat Eastwood is ready to go another round as councillor in the Livingstone Shire local government 2020 elections, as he believes he has a lot more to give

Published a story 23rd Jan 2020 4:29 PM

YEPPOON Ambulance’s new Officer in Charge, Travis Richards has seen it all in his job with his most memorable patient seemingly coming back to life stunning the 7 health professionals present.

Yeppoon Ambo brings holistic view

YEPPOON Ambulance’s new Officer in Charge, Travis Richards has seen it all in his job with his most memorable patient seemingly coming back to life stunning the 7 health professionals present.

Published a story 23rd Jan 2020 4:03 PM

LIVINGSTONE Shire region’s very own cash card has generated more than $20,000 spending over the holiday period and more people are jumping on board the initiative that boosts the local economy and creates local jobs

The Gift that keeps giving

LIVINGSTONE Shire region’s very own cash card has generated more than $20,000 spending over the holiday period and more people are jumping on board the initiative that boosts the local economy and creates local jobs

Published a story 21st Jan 2020 4:21 PM

Livingstone Shire Australia Day Awards judging panel has had a difficult task singling out the winners after an impressive line-up of nominees came forth.

Aussie Day awards’ line-up revealed

Livingstone Shire Australia Day Awards judging panel has had a difficult task singling out the winners after an impressive line-up of nominees came forth.

Published a story 21st Jan 2020 4:03 PM

Inspired by her own childhood and the birth of her daughter, Tiziana Piper has penned an A to Z guide to help young people grow with a mindfulness of the need for self-care

Children's A to Z guide for self-care

Inspired by her own childhood and the birth of her daughter, Tiziana Piper has penned an A to Z guide to help young people grow with a mindfulness of the need for self-care

Published a story 21st Jan 2020 3:58 PM

YEPPOON Sharks are determined to be top of their game after bringing home three age champion awards and four age champion runners up at CQ Sprint competition in Emerald

Yeppoon Sharks make a splash at championships

YEPPOON Sharks are determined to be top of their game after bringing home three age champion awards and four age champion runners up at CQ Sprint competition in Emerald

Published a story 21st Jan 2020 3:57 PM

NO TURF for Tanby Turf as the dam runs dry, leaving the business to reduce hours and staff at the popular garden centre on the Capricorn Coast.

Drought leaves Garden Centre high and dry

NO TURF for Tanby Turf as the dam runs dry, leaving the business to reduce hours and staff at the popular garden centre on the Capricorn Coast.

Published a story 21st Jan 2020 9:06 AM

Central Queenslanders Gavin Perry and Michael Segwick hope to reduce stigma around disabilities so people can get on with enjoying their lives.

The foundation making equality for people with disabilities

Central Queenslanders Gavin Perry and Michael Segwick hope to reduce stigma around disabilities so people can get on with enjoying their lives.

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