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Not being a frequenter of Upmarket Hair Dressing Salons, I had no idea what to expect. So with an open mind I ventured inside Tweed City and entered Franck Provosts 23rdSalon in Australia. From the moment I walked inside I felt special, warmly greeted by the beautiful French Manager, Anne-Lisa my day just got a whole lot better. We had a great consultation, no pressure and decided to go for a look that was best for my busy lifestyle. Next I was wrapped in a special robe to protect my clothes.(not your normally around the neck wrap. Then I was asked if I wanted a coffee, well I thought at best a Moccona with a Monte-Carlo. Imagine my surprise to watch my latte being made by their top of the range espresso machine. I was served a tray containing my latte, nice cold glass of water and several lollies to keep me going. Once I received my warm towel around my neck, I thought I had gone to Heaven. This all happened while Anne-Lise mixed up my new colour. Anne-Lise is a Master Hair Stylist, trained in France and her cutting style is amazing. I was transfixed while her scissors glided through my hair with ease. I couldn’t wait to see the result. After my blow dry I was ready to go. I felt like a million dollars and looked it. The prices are also a pleasant surprise. I urge you all to experience the Franck Provost experience

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You’re a good communicator. A great boss clearly communicates their expectations to their employees, as well as being receptive and showing genuine concern.


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TRAVEL WITH ANNIE Do any of you travellers find dealing with foreign currency stressful? A five star luxury Scenic River Cruise will take the stress out of travel. I have just returned from a glorious 14 nights cruise from Basel to Amsterdam and only spent 3 Euros on the whole trip. With all meals drinks and sightseeing included, it was two weeks of bliss. My sister was busier than me, she utilised the gym and went out and about all day. Meanwhile, I read a book in the lounge or floated in the spa pool with a Kir Royale watching the delightful scenery of the Rhine Valley. My 3 Euros was spent on a quart of wine. (I thought I was only ordering a glass) during a rest break on our motorised cycling trip along the banks of the River.

If you would like to know more about European River Cruising please contact me at Tripaway Cruise & Travel, Our office is in Tweed Mall. Ph: 5599 2311 or email: Please contact your Tripaway agent Annie 55586100 for further details. Tripaway Cruise & Travel Coolangatta 07 55992311

mummy hat without the hormone explosion Tips to help you switch your brain from work to home 1. Having a sign or sticky note on your steering wheel saying “mummy hat now� 2. Mentally resigning to the fact that thinking about work will only stress me and to switch off before getting the kids. 3. Have a walk or exercise before collecting the kids 4. Finishing work 1 hour before collecting the kids. 5. Prioritising family ahead (extending deadlines).



6. Try to prioritise the kids ahead of unpaid work. 7. Ensure your partner has enough attention and time and if their needs are met then you are half one on the way to getting yours met too. 8. Consider a demi pair or an au pair. These may help when the kids are little so as not to disturb their routines too much. 9. Look at other ways to support yourself in your home. Slow cookers, encourage older children to cook, and assign the children chore lists. 10. If you work at home, try not to look at your computer. Get into the healthy habit of turning your computer off at 8pm. For more information contact The Health Queen on 0405 669 135 or visit > POTTSVILLE TO TUGUN > July/August 2016



Saturday 2nd July, Bravehearts 777 Marathon - Raising money to protect Aussie Kids against Sexual Harm - Kingscliff Ph: Karen on 07 55523000

• Sunday 3rd July: Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Open Day – Get a behind the scenes look at the daily happenings of the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital as they swing open the doors for their Open Day on Sunday 3 July. Doors open 8am • Friday 8th July – Quota Craft Fair - Tweed Heads Civic Centre A number of exhibitors demonstrate their crafts during the Craft Fair. Many and varied crafts will be available for us to enjoy. Wooden Craft, Applique, Tatting, Jewellery, Embroidery, Ladies Blouses,.Phone 55242618 • Friday 8th July - Sunday 17th July TASTE of Kingscliff and the Tweed Coast will host a series of food and family friendly events along the coastal areas of the Tweed over 10 days Cost: Free and Ticketed Events. Contact: Jayne Henry on 0418720048 • Saturday 6th August The Baby Summit held at Twin Towns Service Club. The Baby Summit is a three-day photography conference that focuses on maternity, birth, newborn and baby photography, along with providing attendees the right tools to build their business. Phone 0408 259 347 6 >

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WHAT'S ON, IN & AROUND here • Saturday 13th August Kirra Hill Community & Cultural Centre Romance of Rail 9am - 4pm The

exhibition will provide information regarding the full term of the rail line 1903 – 1961, which was used by locals and holiday makers alike. Phone Sue Burnett on 0408703855

• Property Styling • Refurbished furniture & Home decor hire • Homewares • Gifts • Collectables Industrial • Vintage • Quirky •

• Saturday 13th - Sunday 14th August 18th Tweed Antiques & Collectables Fair- Brett Street

Tweed Heads The 18th Tweed Antiques & Collectables Fair is an annual event not to be missed. The Fair, presented by the Tweed Gold Coast Family History & Heritage Association, brings together a fine group of antiques & collectables dealers from all over NSW and Queensland.

• Saturday 26th - Sunday 27th August Tweed Valley Banana Festival Saturday begins with The Family Fun Day featuring food and Market stalls, show rides from 8am at Knox Park followed by the Summer land Credit Union street parade from 12pm proceeding from Murwillumbah Show Grounds through the streets to Knox Park .Festival entrants will be announced at the main stage after the procession . Cost: free. Contact: Eryn Young on 0266 723309 •

Latin Dance Fever Every Saturday 10.30am and Tuesday & Thursdays at 7pm. Coolangatta Uniting Church Hall, Lanham Street. Phone Peter on 0413 125 640 for info

• Kirra Park Run Every Saturday 7am, Kirra Beach. kirrahelpers@parkrun. com

CHALK PAINT CLASSES Have you always wanted to learn how to refurbish furniture? Or do you have a piece of furniture that you would love to have refurbished? Well here’s a fun filled creative workshop for you and your friends to come along too. Call us now on 075599 3999 to book in for the next class or visit our facebook page:

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Roger is a lovely, cuddly boy, in his past life he was a companion cat and was best friends with a dog! Please contact our Rehoming Centre on 07 5524 8590 or A/H (9am to 5pm) Sonia 0439 766 243. All of our cats have been FIV tested, vaccinated, and treated for worms and fleas. To see other cats and dogs waiting to be rehomed please go to our website

Welcome to Saltwater Silver, for unique and contemporary sterling silver jewellery. Coolangatta’s resident silversmith and designer, Sarah Roth opened her beautiful boutique in The Strand, December 2015 and has been very successful in providing locals and visitors with amazing handcrafted sterling silver jewellery. Using the finest of crystals, semi precious stones and freshwater pearls, Sarah’s stunning designs are predominantly one offs giving her clients a “statement piece”.Sarah’s workshop is on site providing customers and visitors unique viewing to her at work. “My inspiration comes from the beautiful area I live in, the ocean and coastline to the beautiful hinterland”. Saltwater Silver is located in The Strand Coolangatta Ground Floor Call in and see Sarah or phone on 0420 674 449.


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Coolangatta Flower Basket Coolangatta Flower Basket is a family owned florist and giftware store located in the Beachcomber International Resort, Shop 11/118 Griffith Street, Coolangatta. Our fully qualified florists are passionate about customer service and producing top quality floral bouquets and arrangements using the freshest flowers available. We source our product both locally and from interstate. Let flowers do the talking for you! We’ll make sure the flowers you choose are simply beautiful and perfectly suited to the occasion. Whether it is a vibrant bouquet to lift the spirit of someone unwell, a bright colourful birthday or thankyou arrangement to congratulate or a beautifully arranged sympathy bouquet that will bring comfort to the recipient we are here to help with all your floral needs. We deliver

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What to watch in July/August from the coolie team The Events continue into the year:

Andre Rieu Two sessions only via satellite – Sat 30th July and Sun 31st July at 2pm All tickets $40. Now on sale and selling fast. Don’t miss out Known to millions as ‘The King of Waltz’, André Rieu is one of the world’s most popular music artists. His legendary annual Maastricht concert is the most eagerly anticipated cinema event of the year, last year setting new box-office records in several countries.

Maleficent COOLANGATTA Sat 6th & Sun August – Disney’s Enchanted Sat 13th & Sun 14th August – Disney’s Into The Woods Sat 20th & Sun 21st August – Disney’s Cinderella Download our App Event Cinemas for easy access to all our Cinemas, Movie times and for storing your Cinebuzz membership details and barcode Don’t forget to sign up for our Cinebuzz Loyalty – seeing 6 movies to get one FREE will be just so easy………… Chat soon movie buffs! Team Coolie !! For further information on any BCC Coolangatta movies and events please contact Dianne Casey 07 5536 9391


Chicks at The Flicks Wednesday 10th August from 6pm Bad Moms Starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Christina Applegate When three overworked and underappreciated moms are pushed beyond their limits, they ditch their conventional responsibilities for a jolt of long overdue freedom, cal are a lo en fun, and comedic If you e es betw self-indulgence. who liv ah NSW and g Bring your friends lumb owin Murwil add the foll e on to share the D al lin a QL Elanor e Promotion a great laughs th ive code to ation to rece 0 Adults c .5 li 2 p 1 the ap iscount of $ ren. Our Fairy Tale d d il ls h Loca ial 0.50 c Film Festival - All and $1 D, Event or spec de: 3 o c d tickets $10 Not vali . Promotional gs in n e 2 6 re 2 c s 1 Sat 30th & Sun 31st MSCOO July with Disney’s 10 >




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Rebecca Paulson hadn’t considered a career in Early Childhood prior to having her own children, however the decision to be a stay at home mum during their early years has drastically changed her career aspirations. Rebecca’s decision to become an Early Childhood Educator is definitely paying off as she has secured employment within the industry, and was recently awarded Student of the Year at North Coast TAFE Tweed Campuses awards for her studies for a Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care. “When I volunteered at Gumnut Preschool in Burringbar, I discovered a hidden desire to be part of not only my own children’s learning development, but also others. Our kids are our future, so to share their learning journey is a real honour,” says Rebecca. Being surrounded by dynamic professional educators in her workplace, Rebecca says she was inspired to gain the qualifications she needed to move forward within this Industry. “As a working mum, there never seems to be a good time to add more to your plate, so I um’ed and argh’ed about committing to further study, but after meeting the staff at TAFE, I felt confident to take the next step,” “The teachers at TAFE were amazing mentors, going above and beyond in supporting me through this challenging time,” says Rebecca.

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Rebecca applied her learning in practical ways within her workplace, by implementing curriculum planning that assisted children enhance their connection with community, wellbeing and confidence as learners. Donna Osmetti, Early Childhood Teacher says Rebecca’s transformation as an early childhood educator over her study period was clearly evident and correlated with her thirst for knowledge and her commitment to her studies at North Coast TAFE. Rebecca’s says she feels a buzz everyday working with the children and their families within her community. “Gumnut Preschool offers a wonderful environment where the children can learn through exploration of the amazing facilities which include a small rainforest, dry river bed, vegetable gardens, chicken coup, along with all the modern play equipment,” “Doing what I love is a gift and my motivation,” says Rebecca.

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stars for july/august ARIES March 21 — April 20 July sparkles as you are brimming with self-confidence. Financial situation is good in the first week, middling and even worrisome in the middle of July; however, sudden gains come to rescue at the end of the month. For businessmen, they may not be able to recover money that had been put in the market. August sees you fixing marriage plans of children of marriageable age. There could also be some auspicious even at home. Differences with spouse/ partner may crop up making you lose sleep.

TAURUS April 21 — May 21 The moth brings end to many longstanding problems. Company of wise men, religious/ spiritual gurus or sadhus keeps you in good cheer. Drive carefully and keep alert while behind the wheel. Acquisition of movable/ immovable property brings joy. August is a month that moves on an even note. Disputes related to ancestral property get resolved. Businessmen could face a few glitches in the beginning of the month. There could be discord within the family.

GEMINI May 22 — June 22 You may contemplate starting new ventures in July. There is a marked improvement in relationships with spouse. It is a good month for those engaged in services as well as students. An upset routine may cause bodily trouble.

work to newer heights. Relationships are fulfilling. A travel could be on cards towards the end of the month, bringing in good news too. Ties with siblings improve.

CANCER June 23 — July 23 More travel comes through in July on count of some relative, adding to the exertion. Second half of the month sees you getting a little more comfortable about money matters. There could be some tension between friends causing anxiety. Fresh waves of courage and energy surge through life, as some of the pending tasks come through. Those employed in services should keep wary of jealous subordinates. Speculative activities are to be avoided and anger has to be kept in strict check. It could spoil things for you.

LEO July 24 — August 23 Some problem related to progeny gets solved in July. You need to keep your finances under a strict check. Spouse needs care regarding health. Could have intestine or blood related problem. You may contemplate about getting a transfer or opting for a change of job in August. There may also be quite a bit of running around to do. Financial loss could also happen as a result of mental confusion or getting involved in unnecessary controversies.

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what's ahead for you VIRGO August 24 September 23 July brings in glad tidings as you are able to recover the money that had been until now appeared as if doomed. Worry could take over as differences with spouse/partner increase. The two could also get distanced from each other for a while. August is marked by excessive demands on you at work, acrimony at home, increased expenditure and irritability in temperament. Despite it all, money inflow is good. Do not indulge in speculative activity.

LIBRA September 24 October 23 July is a good month. Projects/tasks undertaken by you get completed successfully. Cooperation and support from superiors keeps you one step ahead. Intellectual prowess increases. Sudden gains are indicated. You need to avoid unnecessary travel and keep away from controversies in the month of August. Any pending loans will get closed and financial situation improves. New relationships maybe forged bringing much joy.

SCORPIO October 23 November 21 May 2016 Horoscope foretells that your There is tremendous potential for growth in the month of July. Business / work touches new heights and pleases you immensely. There is support and encouragement from paternal side as well as the administration. There are

indications of a long distance travel or a pilgrimage. The month of August is good for you financially. No more do you have to pinch pennies. Camaraderie between friends and siblings increases. Those employed in services can expect to receive good news probably in form of promotion.

SAGITTARIUS November 22 December 21 You could experience a lack of enthusiasm and insecurity regarding work. Thoughts relating to transfer / relocation / change of profession also may gain ground. Felling of increasing distance and formality from your own people puts you off. At work, you need to keep / sign documents / papers carefully to avoid problems. The month of August opens in a trend similar to that of July but matters improve towards the end. Health of spouse needs care. Avoid unnecessary travel as it causes wasteful expenditure

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AQUARIUS January 21 February 19

New business equations will be forged with like–minded people in July. However, try to avoid starting any new project this month. You could witness an increase in anger and aggressiveness leading to problems. Health of spouse could remain affected. Work / business progresses smoothly. Increase in expenditure causes you worries. Participation in spiritual activities brings relief and joy. Staying alert to opportunities could get you a big break.

PISCES February 20 - March 20 Business/work yields profit in July. Interest develops in creative pursuits. You need to steer clear of wicked/ malicious people to avoid problems. Health may still remain affected. There will be an increase in anxieties. You will need to be on your toes in the month of August to get any job accomplished that requires some administrative clearance. Rivals/enemies become active. There will be hindrances in studied /Sadhanas. Do not get involved in any controversies or discussions that could take such an angle.

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2nd Sunday of the month 6.00am - 10.30am

Second Week of the Month

Every Saturday & Sunday Nerang Broadbeach Rd.

Kingscliff Markets 2nd Saturday of the month The Channon Markets 2nd Sunday of the month Alstonville Markets 2nd Sunday of the month Lennox Head Markets 2nd Sunday of the month

Third Week of the Month Lismore Car Boot Market 3rd Sunday of the month Mullumbimby Markets 3rd Saturday of the month Nimbin Markets 3rd Sunday of the month Pottsville Markets 3rd Sunday of the month Piggabeen Valley Markets 3rd Sunday of the month Uki Buttery Bazaar 3rd Sunday of the month 24 >

Carrara Markets

Canungra Village Markets Last Saturday of each month

Coolangatta Markets

2nd Sunday of the month Marine Parade NB: Also 4th Sunday in 5 week months

International Market Place Every Saturday & Sunday Trade Centre Southport

Mudgeeraba Farmers Market

2nd & 4th Saturday of the month Showgrounds

Surfers Paradise Beachfront Market Every Wednesday & Friday night The Esplanade, Surfers Paradise.

Tamborine Mountain Country Markets 2nd Sunday of the month Showgrounds

Tamborine School Markets last Sunday of the month

TUGUN TO POTTSVILLE > July/August 2016

Coffee Shop Goss July/August Edition  

Hi Everybody, The latest Coffee Shop Goss has hit the streets. Run out a grab copy.

Coffee Shop Goss July/August Edition  

Hi Everybody, The latest Coffee Shop Goss has hit the streets. Run out a grab copy.