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Fri 6 Apr 2018

LIFE SAVERS: Were Warwick ambos the first outside Brisbane?

LIFE SAVERS: Were Warwick ambos the first outside Brisbane?

ITS legacy stretches back more than a century and holds a special place in Queensland history.

Wed 4 Apr 2018

Creepy lengths to control cheerleaders

Creepy lengths to control cheerleaders

CHEERLEADING looks like an alluring gig, but behind the smiles and pompoms lies a dangerous culture of control and power.

Thu 8 Mar 2018

Janita's youth mental health movement

Janita's youth mental health movement

One woman's phone call that helped pave the way toward better youth mental health access and resources within our region

Sat 24 Feb 2018

The home is hue you are

The home is hue you are

Autumn's upon us and for many that means a makeover at home. Discover the season's top interior trends

Thu 15 Feb 2018

Colourful history of local paper peppered with characters

Colourful history of local paper peppered with characters

Today, as we celebrate 150 years of The Gympie Times, we pay tribute to the small group of printers and businessmen who struggled through the bush from Ipswich

Thu 8 Feb 2018

Woman's gut-wrenching search to find her mum

Woman's gut-wrenching search to find her mum

"Some of them were strapped to the tables (when giving birth) with a curtain or a pillow up so they could never see their baby."

Sat 27 Jan 2018

18 things I learned when I became a parent

18 things I learned when I became a parent

Nothing will prepare you for parenthood and having life turned on its head, but one thing is constant

Thu 11 Jan 2018

Superman, the all-rounder and a Big Show

premium_icon Superman, the all-rounder and a Big Show

ANDREW MENCZEL selects three players that will earn superstar status in 2018. Hint, there’s no Steve Smith.

Uni courses that offer the best chance at a job

premium_icon Uni courses that offer the best chance at a job

WHAT you choose to study at uni will have a big impact on your best chance of employment once you graduate — but some courses carry large rates of dissatisfaction,...

Sun 7 Jan 2018

Australia looks to gender pay gap revolution

premium_icon Australia looks to gender pay gap revolution

AUSTRALIA’S Minister for Women Kelly O’Dwyer is open to more reforms to tackle the pay gap after Scandinavia introduced penalties for companies that pay men more...

Sat 23 Dec 2017

Purple reigns in 2018

Purple reigns in 2018

Ultra violet takes centre stage and prompts creatives

French fusion meets summer practicality

French fusion meets summer practicality

Fabrics from the heartbeat of European fashion receive an Aussie makeover and the result is minimalist chic

The movies we couldn't get enough of in 2017

The movies we couldn't get enough of in 2017

In 2017, Australians, like much of the rest of the world, couldn't get enough of superheroes and their larger-than-life adventures

Sat 9 Dec 2017

The Crown's grief and a secret romance

The Crown's grief and a secret romance

Actress Vanessa Kirby lifts the lid on Princess Margaret's new romance in season return

Share the love with potted brilliance

Share the love with potted brilliance

Think about how you can bring more plants into everyone's life this Christmas

How to find your festive feelings

How to find your festive feelings

Simplicity is key to good and not gaudy decorations

That romance with a colleague may be hard work

That romance with a colleague may be hard work

It's that time of the year again when every single woman asks - is the Christmas party the right time to hit on the hot guy at the office?

Sat 25 Nov 2017

Tri-coloured beauty on show

Tri-coloured beauty on show

Yesterday, today and tomorrow is an old-fashioned shrub that deserves more attention

Don't be blinded by choice

Don't be blinded by choice

How to choose the best window dressings for rooms

Break the bridal mould

Break the bridal mould

We're no longer all tying the knot in a church, so feel free to kick off those stiff satin heels

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