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Maclean High brings the colour to blonde production

Saskia Ramsey is fabulous in her role of Elle in a scene from rehearsals for Maclean High's production of Legally Blonde: The Musical.

Maclean High puts on high energy show

Father Riley's message for Reconciliation Week

A supplied photo made available Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2009 of Bill Onus, President of the Victorian Aborigines' Advancement League (right), participating as the only Aboriginal in the march for Aboriginal Rights referendum on May 29, 1967. The photo is part of 'From Little Things Big Things Grow', an exhibition on indigenous rights which opens at the National Gallery of Australia today. (AAP Image/National Library of Australia) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

National Reconciliation Week to be held from May 27 to June 3

Come one and all to celebrate 40 years

Maclean High School's Class of 1977 is holding its 40-year reunion on the October long weekend.

Were you in Maclean High School's Class of '77?

Love, lies and leading ladies in extraordinary free concert

DOUBLE ACT: Catherine Britt and Amber Lawrence are touring together.

Award-winning female country artists team up to tour latest music

What to expect at Birds of Tokyo's Ipswich gig

The band will perform at the Racehorse Hotel on Friday.

BAND member Glen Sarangapany talks music, pub grub and doing shoeys

Criterion Theatre's new call to arms

Meg Lucas as Raina and Wesley Chegwidden as Captain Bluntschli in the Criterion production of Arms and the Man.

Life member returns to direct charming comedy

Grafton Ukettes:Ukuele Group

Local Ukulele group for beginners to advanced players

10 common snakes and how to identify them

SUNSHINE Coast snake catcher Richie Gilbert has seen it all in more than 13 years on the job.

Five things you need to know before taking a lightning photo

Key tips from photographer Warren Lynam

Property: What $300,000 buys you

Here's what $300,000 would look like in different suburbs.

VALLEY GIG GUIDE: what's on in entertainment this week

Your guide to gigs in the Clarence Valley

Millions stripped from Tourism Australia in federal budget

TOURISM Australia has had $14m stripped from its budget, causing tourism groups to slam the move.

OUR SAY: A million good reasons to visit the Clarence

A set of junior sporting grants has helped the Nymboida Canoe Centre to get back on the water.

Official tourist numbers back up anectodal evidence

Tourism surge as Clarence hits million mark

Brooms Head is one of the Clarence Valley attractions that helped entice more than one million visitors to the region in the 12 months to December 2016.

Clarence Valley topped a million visitors for the first time in 2016

Flashing your bum is now a tourist trend, apparently

I first saw "cheeky exploits" on a trip to the northern lights

Time to shine: Post-Debbie campaign to lure back tourists

Julie Smith takes in the north Queensland sunset.

The best way to help us, is to holiday here.

Minister's plea: Share photos to help state overcome Debbie

PICTURE PERFECT: Bowen's Horseshoe Bay's crystal blue waters have to been seen to be believed.

What is your enduring memory of a Queensland holiday?

Sunshine Coast tourism records smashed

Coolum Cove Beach is another stunning example of what the Sunshine Coast town of Coolum has to offer visitors. Photo Tourism and Events Queensland

Highest growth rate for any Queensland region in 2016