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ISSUE 470 October 13, 2017

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uriosity is a strong human trait. Perhaps this is why the Open House global movement has been such a success story. Launched in London in 1992, the worldwide network now incorporates more than 30 cities across five continents. The concept is simple – it gives people the chance to view properties they normally wouldn’t have the chance to see. The aim is to encourage the wider community to engage in architecture and smarter thinking about improved city design. Now, the Coast has been added to the Open House list with Sunshine Coast Council, Noosa Shire Council and the Australian Institute of Architects Sunshine Coast Committee joining together to bring the initiative to the community. The inaugural event doubles as a celebration for the 50th Anniversary of the Naming of the Sunshine Coast and highlights the change of design in the past 50 years. The event kicks off this weekend with a free panel discussion between our region’s newest and most experienced architects. Among those speaking is John Mainwaring, a man who has helped shape the face of the region. You can read more about John’s thoughts on design, along with style experts Alisa and Lysandra Fraser, in this week’s cover story on page eight. We also have travel, local news and property to round out your week. Happy reading!

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Aussies are renowned for their unique take on the English language so Mattel thought it deserving to give Australia its own signature version of Scrabble with localised lingo. The limited-edition game celebrates Australia’s homegrown flavour. We are giving away three prize packs, which include Aussie Scrabble, Harry Potter Scrabble and UNO. The prize packs are valued at $90.95 each.

to enter Head to myweeklypreview.com.au and click on the win tab. Full terms and conditions are also available online. THIS WEEK FACES – Residents glammed up for 10 LOCAL the HIA Awards and Mayoral Ball. 20

BACK IN TIME – The old picture theatres are a thing of the past, writes Dot Whittington.

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JUNGLE SAFARI – It’s time to discover the paradise that is Malaysian Borneo.

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ABOUT US PUBLISHERS Anar Higgins, Darryl Olson, Michael Kramer, Noel Olson EDITORIAL Candice Holznagel, Leigh Robshaw, Roxanne McCarty-O’Kane

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THE BRIGHT SIDE Where on the Sunshine Coast do you live? Since July 2013 I have lived in Montville. My five-acre property is on the border of Palmwoods, Hunchy and Montville. So I enjoy the best of all three villages as well as having the Coast as my outlook. First job? The Princess Alexandra Hospital laundry. My best friend from school and I started work there with her mum. I’m pleased to say that she was my best friend then and still is after all these years. What are you currently working on? I am working to build our Beyond Brilliant Foundation. We have been involved in so much positive growth in the past year that we now need to take the next step of growth. My intention is that within five years we will build a medical centre to provide a research facility, education and respite suites along with trial clinics. Your family includes… My two dogs Barklee and Baylee at home with me. I have a sister and brother in Gympie and I’m surrounded by wonderful friends that spread across the world.

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Sunshine Coast philanthropist and social networker Kerry Phairs spent her first 50-plus years travelling the world learning from different cultures about what it is that makes individuals unique. For the past two years she has been working in the area of brain cancer to support those affected by brain cancer and raise awareness of the disease. She is now helping others understand how the brain drives our emotions.

If you could change one thing on the Coast, what would it be? I love the Sunshine Coast the way it is. So much hasn’t changed yet it is growing with the times. Best day in your life? The day after I married Mark. He said to me, “I wish we had have got married earlier because I love being married to you; it just feels great.” Can you nominate a day in your life that turned out to be a turning point? The day I was standing on a cruise ship in the middle of the Indian Ocean. At 5am I received a shore-to-ship phone call to tell me my big brother had died. I vowed that very day I would make every single day of my life matter.

“Don’t waste time and energy worrying what others thinks of you; it’s not your business”

First car? My bright orange Datsun 180B with blue pinstripe, mag wheels, sports steering wheel and roof racks for my surf ski. I had to eventually trade it in because bits were falling off it from rust.

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us kids surfing. We’d have to come back every half-hour or so to check in and to reapply coconut oil to our mums’ backs.

Favourite book? A Woman of Substance by Barbara Taylor Bradford. In 1987 I had a knee reconstruction, which required a long rehabilitation. My aunt gave me the book and it triggered a spark within me. What are you reading now? The Chocolate Tin by Fiona McIntosh. Best advice you’ve been given? Always have a dollar or two in your pocket. What is your favourite place on the Sunshine Coast? Sitting at the top of Alexandra Headland. I sit up there and look out remembering the great holidays we had as kids. Mum and her girlfriends would be sunbaking,

What achievement are you most proud of? Being with my mum and my husband when they each passed away. I made sure they passed with dignity at home surrounded with love.

You are happiest when? I’m with family and friends enjoying laughs, cuddles, good food, good drink and making memories.

What frustrates you the most? Unkind people – I don’t see the sense in it. I know the world cannot be 100 per cent peaceful but I do know the slightest bit of kindness can make a world of difference to someone. How do you deal with your frustrations? Mmmm, I mostly walk away until I can tackle it logically. Sometimes when no one is around I’ll scream and rant, especially if it’s the mower not starting. If you could tell your 18-year-old self anything what would it be? Don’t waste time and energy worrying what others thinks of you; it’s not your business. Set your goals and do all you can to achieve them. Believe in yourself. Tea or coffee? Tea in the morning and late afternoon, coffee at 10am and 3pm. NRL or AFL? NRL. What is AFL?

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OPENING OUR MINDS TO NEW HOME DESIGN Interest in property design and architecture has soared in recent years, launching the careers of stylists such as Alisa and Lysandra Fraser. The obsession has spread to our region, which is gearing up for the inaugural Sunshine Coast Open House. WORDS: Candice Holznagel.

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n an industry traditionally dominated by men, Alisa and Lysandra Fraser continue to turn heads. When these two walk into a room, they own it. Often, in more ways than one. The stylish identical twins, who traded in life on the police force for a career in property, are among the nation’s most successful interior designers and renovators. They have collected more than $1 million from their two stints on reality television series The Block, first appearing on the program in 2013. Today, they have a successful interior design business and, with their latest purchase, they hope to add property developers to their list of accomplishments. “We have designed a magnificent, bespoke, multi-storey residence that is going to push design and renovation boundaries,’’ Lysandra tells My Weekly Preview. “We are genuinely very excited by this project and can’t wait to share our journey. This project is one that is close to our hearts, already in the planning stages we are giving it our all. [There have been] many late nights and lots of coffee. “The finishes and level of detail, as well as our design execution, will make this a very unique property. Think high ceilings, natural light, combined with a spacious and opulent feel that is contemporary yet timeless and sensitive to the historical qualities of the existing build.” In the short time since they swapped their badges for blueprints, the Adelaide-based duo have witnessed tremendous growth in Australia’s property design industry. “Over the past 10 years we’ve seen an increase of European influence in design, both in materiality but also functionality, in other words the materials we use and the ways in which we choose to use our spaces,’’ Alisa explains. “Our homes are our centre of gravity, the spaces where we relax and grow in. “Home entertainment is big on the agenda and it’s the number one requirement in almost every design brief we work on. “A move away from large homes means we’ve had to become much cleverer with how we design our spaces, with a big emphasis on functionality and organisation. This will continue and it’s exciting to see because it means boundaries will be pushed in order to

achieve more, and create homes that are spatially efficient, sustainable, yet highly aesthetic.’’ The duo believes this trend will resonate on the Sunshine Coast – a place they love to holiday with family. “The coastal living theme is characterised by key materials such as rustic timbers, raw fabrics and natural accents. It’s the style of design that is not saturated and has an air of easy living and something that people tend to gravitate towards,’’ Lysandra says. When Alisa and Lysandra first came to the attention of the nation, the interest in renovation, design and architecture was escalating in popularity. And, it’s an interest that has continued to grow. It’s estimated that 8.4 million of the country’s 13.6 million homeowners undertook a renovation project last year. This figure jumped 57 per cent from 2013. There are 10 million dwellings in Australia and according to research company IBISWorld, the national architectural services industry has performed comfortably during the past five years. The 2017 Architectural Services in Australia market report shows that industry revenue is expected to reach $5.8 billion by 2018. Currently, there are almost 40,000 people employed in the industry. This interest in design and architecture is one of the driving forces behind the inaugural Sunshine Coast Open House (SCOH). The event will be held on October 21, giving people the opportunity to view 30 of the region’s most intriguing buildings including the Caloundra Lighthouse, the heritage-listed Maleny Lodge and private homes including Tent House by Sparks Architects and Robinson Architects’ Avonlea. The event is a global movement. In Melbourne it attracts around 100,000 visits annually and it is hoped the local version will attract a solid following. SCOH will kick off with a panel discussion on Saturday, October 14. The forum will focus on how architecture has changed during the past 50 years and how it will evolve. Speakers will include architects John Mainwaring, Lindsay Clare, Ian Dimond, David Teeland, Dan Sparks and John Robertson. Award-winning architect John Mainwaring hopes SCOH will bring recognition to Australian architecture. As the founder of JMA Architects (now

“The coastal living theme is characterised by key materials such as rustic timbers, raw fabrics and natural accents” IMAGE: MEIKE SIMON

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Multi-award winning architect Dan Sparks is the man behind the now famous Tent House. This Noosa holiday home has featured in various magazines around the globe. The young architect will be one of six professionals speaking at the SCOH discussion panel this weekend. MWP caught up with Dan to talk about his passion and the future of design.

Tent House is the work of Coast architect Dan Sparks and pushes design boundaries called Hollindale Mainwaring Architects) John is somewhat of a Sunshine Coast icon. He has offices in Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast as well as a series of satellite offices, thanks to digital advances. He is a modest man, and yet one of the creators of projects such as the 2000 makeover of Brisbane’s CBD mall, Veridian Noosa Residences and USC’s library. Raised on the Gold Coast and graduating from UQ in 1972, John was attracted to our region’s environment and “free space”. Since then, the “Sunshine Coast flavour” has evolved, he says. “The Sunshine Coast was originally a recreational place for people and that led people to have their own philosophies… to have a spirit or sense of place. There is such incredible natural beauty here. I think this translated into the early architecture. [People] needed a functional house. Room for the fishing rods and a community room for a sleepout for the kids with flywire, no glass.” John says a love for an indoor-outdoor relationship that originally stemmed from coastal veranda houses has continued. “Houses on the Sunshine Coast have become status symbols… we’re moving into another phase with that. I think that will change. There will be more masterplanned communities rather than suburban sprawl. We did the low cost affordable housing at Bells Reach. It’s bringing beautifully designed attached houses. Stockland is clever now with these things. Instead of having the big mansions fronting on to the park, they bring

the affordable homes into the park to continue to activate it.” Another design the Coast will move towards is shophouses. Hollindale Mainwaring Architects are working on a project at North Lakes and hope the concept will take off at Aura. “Shophouses is a big passion of mine. These shophouses are flexible houses. In other words, we have different quantums of living or commercial space depending what stage you are at in your living pattern. Lots of housing options and financial options. That’s where we see the future of affordable housing.” John admits there is some market resistance to shophouses, but he believes that with the changing demographic of the family unit, the design will grow in popularity. “I think the paradigm is definitely changing. People are more urban conscious. We encourage younger people to share common space rather than conquer and nail down the Hills Hoist dream. Globalism is at odds with regionalism. Change is inevitable.”

THE EVENT The Open House Panel Discussion is a free ticketed event. It’s on Saturday, October 14 from 3pm at The Majestic Cinema, Nambour. Sunshine Coast Open House is on Saturday, October 21. Visit sunshinecoastopenhouse.com.au. My Weekly Preview is a proud supporter of the council-funded event.

You have travelled extensively. How has this influenced your work? My travels mid-degree were an incredible opportunity for me to experience first hand historical and modern buildings. Importantly, it was also an opportunity to experience myriad global cultures, particularly with respect to the way different cultures’ buildings respond to their climates and through their buildings, how people engage with the environment and each other.

How has it changed locally? I feel that the Sunshine Coast has always had something of an experimental approach to its architecture, but one which has always been deeply founded in a desire to understand and evolve an appropriate architectural response to our region’s climate and natural environment. We are no longer dealing with the idyllic notion of bush and beach holiday homes and villages. The Sunshine Coast is rapidly becoming a city and the challenge for the architects, planners, designers, developers and politicians of our region is to ensure that the reasons why we all love living here so much isn’t lost forever in the process. I have never been a big fan of the concept of design styles. What is of far more interest to me is the fundamentals of what makes a home liveable and appropriate for its time and place and in that regard we need to understand, respect and respond to our regions ‘genius loci’, our spirit of place. We are incredibly fortunate that our climate allows for a lifestyle that is as much outdoors as in.

THE TENT HOUSE Why did you base your firm on the Coast? The lifestyle, the environment, the people and the opportunity to evolve a lineage of quality architectural practice. What are you currently working on? Six Sunshine Coast houses at various stages of design and construction, a warehouse apartment in Teneriffe, a very unique house for a boat builder in Brisbane, a series of luxury accommodation ‘Tree Pods’ for a hotelier in Ahmedabad, India and ‘G-pod’– a globally transportable building system. How has architecture evolved globally? I feel that the increase in the use of social media platforms to showcase global architecture is creating, like so many aspects of global culture, something of a melting pot of ideas and inspiration. Architects throughout the world are all dealing with similar problems and through the internet and the evolution of digital platforms we have the ability to learn from each other.

Dan Sparks shares his thoughts… The Tent House is situated in a forest clearing on the edge of a pocket of remnant rainforest. The brief called for a four-bedroom family home that would allow the owners to celebrate a special site and our beautiful benign climate. I felt that a key requirement for the design was the need for the roof form to soar. The design evolved quickly and after confirming with our wonderful and brave clients that they loved to camp, we presented our proposal. The design is a modern pavilion (the eski) under a souring translucent tensile membrane structure (the tent). The pavilion has a series of glazed walls that slide away into pockets and automated roofs that slide open. The result is a living environment that could adapt to the seasons and when the weather allows, to be transformed into a living platform under a tent, in a rainforest. Tent House will be open to the public during Open House.

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HOUSING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION AWARDS Hundreds of people gathered on Friday, October 6 at Novotel Twin Waters Resort to celebrate the best of the best in the housing industry. The annual awards acknowledged homes ranging from the million-dollar mark through to kitchen, bathroom and renovation projects. My Weekly Preview is a proud supporter of the Sunshine Coast awards.

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CONCERT IN HONOUR OF MENTAL HEALTH WEEK Ten years on from the award-winning television series that captured the hearts of a nation, Choir of Hard Knocks and School of Hard Knocks founding artistic director, Dr Jonathon Welch (pictured), is heading to the Sunshine Coast for the first time and has recruited an army of voices to form the inaugural Absolutely Everybody Sunshine Coast Choir, a project choir of community singers. Their Hand in Hand concert will be staged to celebrate Mental Health Week 2017. The concert is on October 15 at 2pm at The Events Centre, Caloundra. Tickets are available at theeventscentre.com.au.

Fuelled by the new Sunshine Coast University Hospital and its associated health precinct, the population of the Wurtulla to Bundilla area is expected to nearly double in the next 25 years. The Kawana Chamber of Commerce’s Ripple Effect project, funded by RDA Sunshine Coast and the Sunshine Coast Council, estimates the Kawana Health Project can create more than 16,300 jobs, with 6280 in health care and social assistance, and thousands more in retail, education and training, repairs and maintenance, accommodation and food service, and public administration and safety.

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Staff and Maleny Soldiers Memorial Hospital Auxiliary members will host a fete to celebrate 30 years since the hospital was opened at its current location. The hospital was originally built as a memorial to those who took part in World War 1 and was officially opened as a hospital in October 1920. Acting director of nursing Glennis McAlpine says the fete is an opportunity to raise funds for the Hospital Auxiliary. The fete will feature food stalls, entertainment, a Maleny’s Got Talent competition, games and activities, health services displays and a competition for all those born in Maleny Hospital called Back to Maleny – Born in Maleny. The fete is on October 14 from 11am to 4pm at the hospital in Bean Street, Maleny. Contact 5420 5025 to register for either of the competitions.

TIGERS TO RETURN TO THE COAST It appears the Sunshine Coast’s ideal weather conditions and excellent sport and training facilities are one of the keys to winning a premiership title. Just ask the Richmond Tigers (AFL), Melbourne Storm (NRL), Sunshine Coast Lightning (Suncorp Super Netball) and New Zealand’s Southern Steel (ANZ Premiership netball) who all held their pre-season training camps in the region and went on to win national competitions in 2017. The Tigers loved it so much at the start of this season that they’ve already booked in for a return visit to kick off 2018.

STUDENTS INSPIRE NEW ART AWARD Sunshine Coast Grammar School students have inspired the inception of a prestigious art award this year for primary school students. This award has been donated in memory of local Australian artist Oswald Tilney, a man of great artistic talent. Tilney passed away on May 4, 2016, aged 99 years. In October last year, Tilney’s youngest sister, Nada Fisher, attended her first Sunshine Coast Grammar School Art Show and was so impressed by the passion, talent and manners shown by students, she decided to create the Oswald Tilney Award, a perpetual prize to honour her brother. The 2017 Grammar Art Show will showcase the Inaugural award recipient, along with many other creative masterpieces, and will recognise the growing talent in primary school. The grand opening will take place at 6.30pm on October 26 in the Grammar Hall, and run until 12pm on October 28.

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QUALITY AND CREATIVITY ACKNOWLEDGED AT AWARDS The best of the best in the building industry were recognised at the HIA-iLandscape Sunshine Coast and Wide Bay Housing Awards at the Ramada in Marcoola on the weekend. Big winners in the 48 categories included Dave Becker Constructions, which took out the Sunshine Coast Home of the Year (pictured), as well as overall Custom Build of the Year for the home that also took out the over $2 million Custom Build category. The Sunshine Coast Display Home of the Year went to Planet Homes, and the Renovations/Additions category was secured by Mosaic Construction. Moffat Beach-based Juro Design won Kitchen of the Year and Peregian Beach’s Dayne Lawrie Constructions won Bathroom of the Year.

QUEENSLAND’S FIRST HOSPITAL WATCH A unique partnership in crime prevention has begun at Nambour Hospital. A first of its kind, the Hospital Watch program will bring Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service (SCHHS) staff, Queensland Police (QPS) Neighbourhood Watch (NW), and the local community together with the aim to discourage any incidence of crime in and around the hospital. This Queensland first initiative encourages people to report crime and suspicious activity in the SCHHA facilities and nearby car parks by contacting Policelink on 131 444 or the hospital on 5470 5146.

11,500 BIG MEDAL HAUL FOR USC ATHLETES The University of the Sunshine Coast has achieved its best result at the Australian University Games, picking up five medals and finishing sixth on the per capita rankings after a week of tough competition on the Gold Coast. Leading the USC Spartans’ charge at the multi-sport carnival was decathlon competitor Martin Clark, who won gold after earning 6506 points across a grueling two-day, 10-event contest. Other winners were his sister Vicky, who won silver in the seven-event heptathlon, Summer Johnson and Matt Dawkins. The women’s cheer and dance team picked up bronze for its highenergy performance.

The outline of the Maroochydore CBD’s network of roads is taking shape with a huge excavation operation underway. Stormwater drains, sewerage infrastructure and the first stage of the underground waste collection system are being laid. SunCentral Maroochydore CEO John Knaggs says negotiations are continuing between SunCentral, John Holland Group, Sunshine Coast Regional Council and the University of the Sunshine Coast over the development of five ‘super lots’ in the core commercial precinct of the new city centre. More than 11,500 new jobs were created on the Sunshine Coast in the past year, with construction alone generating 6400 new jobs.

NEW DIABETES SERVICE OPENS AT CALOUNDRA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people on the Sunshine Coast can now directly benefit from a new diabetes clinic at the Caloundra Health Service. The clinic opened on October 3 and will operate every second Tuesday morning. The Clinical Director of Endocrinology and Diabetes, Dr Shyam Sunder says Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are three and a half times more likely to have diabetes and four times more likely to be hospitalised with diabetes related conditions. Call 5470 5088 for more information.

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GOLF NATIONALS TO COME TO THE COAST Champion golfer Josie Ryan is making her third tilt at the National Senior Women’s Amateur Championship. WORDS: Roxanne McCarty-O’Kane.

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017 Queensland Women’s Senior Champion Josie Ryan is preparing to take on the nation’s best female golfers at the National Senior Women’s Amateur Championship at the Maroochy River Golf Club later this month. The Headland Golf Club player has taken out the national title twice before and has taken the top position in the state five times. Now, she is poised for another tilt at the championship, which runs from October 23 to 27. “I missed out on making the Australian team to head over to New Zealand last year,”Ryan laments, but the 65-year-old’s stellar year on the green has placed her in good stead to take on the likes of New South Wales’ Kim Burke and Victorian Helen Pascoe. Ryan says the 100 competitors will be up against the notorious winds at the par 73 Maroochy River Golf Club, which is only in its second year of operation and has already managed to secure the prestigious event with the help of sponsor Sunshine Coast Lasersight. “Maroochy River is a different style of golf course to most of the ones here in this area and it requires a number of different

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“The nationals are always highly competitive, as only the top four progress to represent Australia”

Josie Ryan in action on the green golf shots to play,” she says. “Depending if wind gets up, the wind can be very difficult out there and can change the shot of a hole by two clubs either with the wind or against it.” Having played golf for more than 30

years, Ryan says she didn’t start to play seriously until she was in her thirties. Since hitting the senior ranks, Ryan has been a consistent competitor and one state champions will be wary of when stepping onto the green on October 23.

Ryan says she is proud to be part of a large contingent of senior golfers, with 57 per cent of the country’s players in the senior category. “Here in Queensland, there are about 7000, and nationally there are 45,000 senior golfers,” she says. “The nationals are always highly competitive, as only the top four progress to represent Australia on a tour in New Zealand, and I want to be one of them again this year.” For more information on how you can catch the best female golfers in the country, visit golf.org.au and look for the National Senior Women’s Amateur Championship in the calendar of events.

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PROFILE

CAUSING A SCENE Award-winning TV producer Livia Hanich has settled into a low-key life in Doonan, but she can’t quite leave Hollywood behind. WORDS: Leigh Robshaw.

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uring 25 years living in Los Angeles, award-winning TV producer Livia Hanich worked with the likes of Aaron Spelling, Darren Star and Steven Spielberg, and now she’s bringing her knowledge and experience to a grassroots level through the Sunshine Coast Screen Collective. Born and raised in Sydney, Hanich began her career in the mid-1980s working on the science show Beyond 2000 before moving to LA, where she landed a job producing the US version of the show, Beyond Tomorrow. “I was 27 and I wanted to explore a bigger pond,” Hanich says. She certainly got what she wanted. Her career from there included an internship with Henry Winkler’s company Fair Dinkum Productions, which led to a job as a post producer on global hit shows Beverly Hills 90210 and Melrose Place. “I thought, oh my God, I’m coming off a factual reality show that changes people’s lives and I’m going to work on a teenage drama series, but I had no clue Beverly Hills would be such a huge and successful show. I really enjoyed it; it was fresh material. From there I was asked to go onto Melrose Place and I stayed there for the next six years. As a post producer, Hanich is responsible

Livia Hanich (far left) with the rest of the Sunshine Coast Screen Collective Anita Freed, Roland West, Matt Inglis, Nina Shadforth, Lou Clark & Bill Missett for overseeing and managing the schedule and budget and working on the entire production from the editorial side through to finishing the project, colour correction, sound mixing, sound design, working with the actors for the dialogue replacement, the music, interacting with composers, and then delivering the finished product. “It’s fabulous, when I fell into post production I really found my calling,” she

says. “I love it so much. It really speaks to a variety of different aspects of me – the creative, logistical part of me, schedules, budgets and at the same time having a hand in the creative aspects.” After the fun of teen drama, Hanich enjoyed sinking her teeth back into factual programming with a marine biology show for Village Roadshow, followed by a series of documentaries and then the logistically

challenging Temptation Island, a reality show where she was based in Honduras co-ordinating TV crews from five countries. She then jumped back into dramatic long-form TV with a Barry Sonnenfeld (The Addams Family, Men in Black) comedy Notes from the Underbelly, followed by the critically acclaimed Pushing Daisies and sci-fi drama Terra Nova, produced by Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks TV. She also worked on the new version of the iconic science show Cosmos. For this she won a Producers Guild of America Award, a Peabody Award and was nominated for an Emmy. From there she worked on the TV remake of 12 Monkeys, and it was during this time that she and husband Bill Missett, a screen editor, decided they didn’t want to raise their teenage sons, Jake and Gage, in LA. When Hanich’s brother moved to Noosa from Sydney, it triggered a desire for a more relaxed, slower pace and they left the red carpets and glitzy Hollywood parties for sleepy Doonan, moving there in 2015. With her remarkable career pedigree, Hanich quickly found work with Brisbane company Hoodlum Entertainment and is post-producing an ABC drama, Harrow, to be launched in February. She’s also involved

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with the first Australian original Netflix show, Tidelands, a sci-fi drama she’d love to see filmed partly on the Sunshine Coast. “It begins shooting in March next year and it would be a massive coup to be able to bring that up here,” she says. “Obviously there are logistical challenges, but it would be a massive boon for the region.” Hanich is an ambassador for the Sunshine Coast Council’s 20-year Arts Plan and is the president and chair of the Sunshine Coast Screen Collective, a group of like-minded creatives who formed out of a gathering held by the Sunshine Coast Creative Alliance. “Bill and I landed here and were drawn into conversations about developing more of a screen industry in the region,” Hanich says. “In July this year we formed as a not-for-profit and named it the Sunshine Coast Screen Collective with the mission statement to nurture and develop and be an advocate for the local screen industry. It can cross so many different platforms; everything from online content, gaming content, through to traditional forms of webisodes, television and hopefully in time – because it has

incredible locations – to see it as another region outside the Gold Coat for film entertainment. There’s a lot of creative talent here with unique voices and we want to identify resources to help tell those stories. “We’re reaching out to anybody – writers, producers, directors, crew, cinematographers, art designers, graphic designers. They all come together in being a part of realising an end product. “Bill has been in the industry as long as I have and is an experienced editor. We are feeling so excited because we’re finding ourselves in our group, forming this screen collective and what we can bring to the region. It has so much potential. It’s exciting to see the Sunshine Coast Council has a real drive to support and nurture innovation and creativity. “I come very humble and excited about what experience Bill and I can bring to the table, how we can help inspire and motivate young voices and new voices. I’ve always enjoyed being part of seeing people realise their potential and dreams.”

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OUR 50TH YEAR

SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES Once the highlight of the week’s entertainment, the old picture theatres have disappeared on the cutting room floor, writes Dot Whittington.

Cotton Tree’s Beach Theatre and the Star in Maroochydore. Remember the hessian seats?

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or more than three decades around the middle of the 20th century, most of the major towns on the Sunshine Coast had a picture theatre as a vibrant part of the community. It was not only a venue to see the “talkies” but a meeting place for dances, dinners, Anzac Day ceremonies and community gatherings of all kinds. The pictureshow man came to the country towns where the memorial hall or school of arts was turned into a cinema for the night. Screenings would be advertised for Coolum, Eumundi and Palmwoods in the District Talkies columns. The old theatres reached their peak in the years leading up to World War II but remained popular during the 1950s and ’60s until the advent of the drive-in theatre sounded their demise.

In Maroochydore, the first Star Theatre opened on Beach Road in December 1923. Walter Potter replaced it with a much finer hardwood and fibro building that was officially opened on October 12, 1935. It had a 15 foot stage and seating for 250. Hailed as the best of its kind on the North Coast, it was said to introduce a new note in design and appearance and the special sounding qualities of the theatre “ensured first-class entertainment”. In August 1954, a cinemascope screen was officially opened, one of only three outside the state capitals. From 1983-1997 the building was a home improvement centre and by January 1998 it was gone. At Cotton Tree, Maurice ‘Nugget’ Evans, established the Jazzland dance hall and a picture hall, at the corner of King Street and the Esplanade in 1923. On August 15, 1932,

the Beach Theatre and Cotton Tree store burnt down but the adjoining dance hall, although scorched, was saved by a bucket brigade. The new Beach Theatre opened in 1936, but by 1970, it too was gone. The Vogue Theatre in Currie Street, Nambour opened in March 1949. The last films were screened in 1976 when the building was converted to the family entertainment centre, Maranatha House. It became retail space in 1980 and the days of cinema in the sugar town were over until the arthouse theatre opened at the new civic centre a decade later. Mooloolaba had the Pacific Theatre on the corner of Brisbane Road and the Esplanade from the 1930s. It was also the hub of the local community. In May 1945,a successful Victory-Day dance was held in the Pacific Theatre. The Peninsular apartments are now on the site. In Caloundra, the Amusu Theatre on the corner of Bulcock Street and Knox Avenue, was renamed The Strand in 1937. It was demolished in February 1979 and a new shopping complex with cinemas also named The Strand, opened in October 1980. Moffat Beach also had a theatre, The Loch, which opened in December 1956. The large timber-framed fibro building had

seating for 350. It was demolished in 2004 and in July 2013 Moffat Beach Townhouses were erected on the site. The Majestic Theatre in Pomona was built as a multi-function hall in 1921. Silent films were screened until 1931. In Tewantin, Lionel Donovan opened the Mayfair Picture Theatre in Poinciana Avenue. It screened three times a week and during the 1930s was also used for a variety of community functions. August 18, 1967, was the beginning of the end for the old picture theatres. The first drive-in theatre opened at Maroochydore turnoff with capacity for 350 cars. In December 1971, Caloundra drive-in opened at Caloundra Road. It closed in the 1980s and in 1996, the site was redeveloped as the Village Green retirement complex. Maroochydore drive-in opened in Maud Street in 1971 but the site was housing by the end of the 1980s. It was the end of an era.

The 50th anniversary of the naming of the Sunshine Coast was celebrated on August 1, 2017. If you have any historical photos or stories email editorial@ myweeklypreview.com.au.

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TRAVEL rice paddies in perfect parallels. Pangaloi, or ‘uncle’, points out the different plants and seeds the local Dusun people use for food. There are salad leaves, jungle ferns, wild ginger, cocoa, pineapple – it’s no wonder Dusun means ‘farmer’ in the local dialect. The rainforest talks back to us as we pass through. I bump a mimosa pudica, a ‘shy lady’, and watch as its leaves fold inward and droop. It re-opens 15 minutes later, but by this stage we have moved on. A rare cloud forms at the top of Kinabalu Mountain, near the village of Tambatuon A waterfall in Borneo rainforest

IT’S TIME TO DISCOVER MALAYSIAN BORNEO Add this piece of paradise to your holiday hit list. By Simone Ziaziaris, AAP.

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Kota Kinabalu, the capital city of the state of Sabah, is the perfect place to start, with its evening-lit markets, modern boardwalks and long-stretched beaches. But while it’s tempting to lounge around Sabah’s clear, blue water, experiencing the country’s incredible culture is a must. Here’s how to spend your time in Malaysian Borneo.

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TRAVEL days, he warns. It is hard to tell at night whether the twisty and curly shadows are snakes or branches. I feel as if I have popped my earphones in and hit play on Apple’s rainforest soundtrack. The sound is unworldly and I struggle to make out which insect or animal is talking to us in the night. Their voices create layers and layers of different melodies that echo through the jungle.

GLAMP WITH BABY TURTLES ON PULAU LIBARAN Only 45 minutes from the mainland, Pulau Libaran island, is a peaceful getaway from the city. On the boat ride over, our tour guide Roxy tells us we will be camping underneath the stars and immediately I’m thinking cold showers, cramped tents and sleeping bags on thin ground mats. But as we arrive, local wildlife warden Harun takes me to my ‘tent’, which is plunked right on the edge of the beach. As he zips open the doors I breathe a sigh of relief. A lush, king-size single bed and a fan await me. We are glamping underneath the stars tonight. As the sun begins to set, Harun invites us to the nearby turtle hatchery, a local initiative to help rescue threatened turtles. Minutes later, the unimaginable happens. The ground trembles slightly and the first

turtle peeps up to say hello. Then, two, three, four more. Before we know it a family of more than a hundred turtles is rushing to the ground’s surface to meet the world. They flutter like birds in the wind, crowd surfing on top of one another. * The writer travelled as a guest of G Adventures and Sabah Tourism.

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BUSINESS & FINANCE

Your money questions answered

with Michael Rowland

We have just finished paying off our mortgage and we are wondering what the best use of our new found surplus would be? We’ve read about negative gearing but are worried about the risks of borrowing large amounts of money again. (L&S 4551) The key here is to make the most effective use of your cash flow. Borrowing or going into debt for investments isn’t really the problem or where people come unstuck, it is the level of debt that can be a problem. Depending on your age and retirement goals super should be a first consideration before borrowing. With limits being reduced recently you may be able to direct a reasonable amount of pre-tax monies to super via salary sacrifice. This will likely be your most tax effective strategy. If this is not appropriate, or you have been able to do that and still have some spare cash flow, you could consider borrowing to invest. To reduce risk consider only borrowing what you can afford to pay yourselves, without having to rely on the earnings from the investment. This can have two benefits; firstly, reinvesting the investment will achieve the benefits of compounding; and secondly, if the income from the investment reduces for a short period of time you won’t need to sell as you wouldn’t be relying on that income to meet the cost of debt. With interest rates so low it is likely that there won’t be much benefit from a tax point of view so be sure to focus on the quality of the asset you are purchasing. You should also consider diversifying across many assets and asset classes to

reduce risk. Lastly, taking on debt can increase risk so taking stock of your life insurance position is equally important. If you become sick or injured it would be ideal to have sufficient cover in place so that the strategy could continue to run for its intended time frame. My elderly father is getting to the stage where we have been advised that it is time to start thinking about placing him into an Aged Care Facility. What are the main things we should be preparing for in relation to his finances? (B&D 4558) Aged care can be a very emotional and stressful time. Not only do you have the care aspects to consider but you also must navigate the financial aspects of a move as well. Entry contributions and ongoing fees will apply and depending on the facility an Extra Services fee may also be applicable. A visit to www.myagedcare.gov.au would be a good first step. There is a great deal of information here that can help you to understand the various aspects and terminology of the aged care system. If we assume that you have found a facility that you are comfortable with the next step is likely to work out how you are going to fund the entry costs and also ensuring that your father has sufficient cash flow to cover the ongoing costs of care and other incidental costs that will continue. There are a number of financial strategies that can be employed so seeking advice would be a wise step.

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he latest reporting season for corporate earnings has wrapped up with an uneventful outcome overall. Profit rebounds in the major miners and energy producers flattered what was otherwise sluggish earnings momentum in the rest of the market. Meanwhile, earnings beats only just outnumbered misses, and company guidance commentary took on a negative tone at the micro level but was positive at the broader macro level. Looking at the broader picture, the global macroeconomic outlook remains positive. Unlike the Australian reporting season, June-quarter earnings in the US, Europe and Japan were ahead of analyst expectations for revenue and margin. The breadth of companies beating expectations was also notable.

In addition, the latest indicators of business activity, such as the global PMI, augur well for global economic growth. The international outlook has led our global research counterparts to raise growth forecasts this year for a number of regions, including the euro zone, China and the US, with global growth in 2017 now on track for its fastest annual expansion in more than six years. More impressively, this view also assumes a modest slowdown in the second half of the year as the US Federal Reserve starts to shrink its $US4.5 trillion balance sheet (beginning in October) and markets prepare for a likely rise in interest rates in December (currently priced at a 73 per cent probability post the September meeting where the US central bank stood pat). Our economists, however, have cut their growth forecast for Australia in 2017 to 2.3 per cent from three per cent, and their 2018 forecast to 2.7 per cent from 3.2 per cent, due mainly to coal trade disruptions in the wake of Cyclone Debbie and a slower ramp-up of LNG capacity. Sluggish consumer confidence (as opposed to buoyant business confidence) is also weighing on consumer spending. Anthony Ward is an authorised representative (no 427051) of Ord Minnett Ltd, AFS licence 237121. This article contains general financial advice only and does not consider your personal circumstances; you should determine its suitability to you. Before acquiring a financial product you should consider the relevant product disclosure statement. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

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MY HEALTH

NOT-SO SAFE HANDS New research from soap company Palmolive has revealed that Queenslanders have poor hand hygiene. The national study revealed that around a third of Queenslanders fail to wash their hands after sneezing, coughing or blowing their noses, thus risking the spread of germs among their family, friends and co-workers. Also of concern was that the study showed 44 per cent of Queenslanders fail to wash their hands after handling money. Perhaps it’s time to get scrubbing?

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THE KETO DIET

The newest food fad to make its way into our world is the keto diet. So, what exactly is it? In its basic form, it’s a high-fat, lowcarb, moderate-protein diet that works to put the body in a ketosis state. This process metabolises fat instead of carbs to provide energy. The experts say that when done correctly, the keto diet can improve insulin and blood-sugar levels, aid in weight loss, regenerate healthy muscles, increase energy and reduce acne. Pass us the avocado!

BACK IN BALANCE There are some simple nutritional and lifestyle changes you can make to manage stress, writes Jodi Chapman.

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chieving balance between work and life while managing relationships, career, study and finances can be quite stressful, sometimes reducing your mood and tolerance for the important people in your life. When you carry too much responsibility, and it gets overwhelming, what do you do to control the chaos? Instead of looking outwardly at the people around you, try

“Give yourself a mood and energy boost with high-dose nutrients” looking inward at what you have control over to make simple changes. It’s all about planning, energy and mental clarity. Give yourself a mood and energy boost with high-dose nutrients that may have been used up through these intense

and stressful times. Vitamin C, a great-quality vitamin B complex, magnesium and zinc are a good range of basic nutrients required for building brain chemicals. These basics boost dopamine and will provide energy and motivation. Low dopamine is common in high-stress situations. Take the time to plan a healthy diet and get yourself organised to have food ready. This will keep your healthy diet right on track, and prevent you from snacking – the more sugar you eat during stress, the worse you feel the following day. Take time out for something you love to do, such as seeing friends, get out into the sun, get some exercise to break up the stressful cycle, and bring you some joy. Don’t wait another day to enjoy life. Life is a journey, so make each day count.

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MY BODY

Jennifer Connelly’s skin secrets US actor Jennifer Connelly is known for her gorgeous green eyes, natural bushy brows and skin that, at 46, still looks smooth and flawless. She’s long been a Shiseido ambassador and her favourite skincare and makeup products include: 1. Shiseido Benefiance WrinkleResist24 - Night Cream, $98 from Myer. 2. Shiseido Benefiance Lip Treatment, $59 from Myer. 3. Bumble and Bumble Texture Hair (Un) Dressing Cream, $45 from Mecca Maxima. 4. Nars Satin Lip Pencil in Lodhi, $39 from Mecca Maxima. 5. Nars The Multiple in Orgasm, $57 from Mecca O Maxima. M xima.

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MY OPINION

AIRING YOUR DIRTY LAUNDRY

AWARDS ARE ABOUT TEAM EFFORT

Sami Muirhead says new information on how often we should be washing our sheets and towels is unrealistic in a house full of kids.

Rebecca Grisman says nominating yourself or your business for an award is not egotistical – it’s a chance to pat yourself and your team on the back.

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K we have known each other for a little while now, so it is time to get intimate. How often do you wash your towels, sheets and knickers? A survey came out this week that says we should all be washing our towels every two days or every three uses. I find that ridiculous. Before I had kids, I had a set day on the weekend I would wash all my sheets and towels and start the week with a fresh mind and fresh linen. I would play awesome reggae and light candles and faff about the house feeling like Martha Stewart. My house was actually clean because I did not have an army of small hands trashing it. Back then I’d think I was tired if I stayed up nightclubbing until 2am and then slept in until 11am. The young and beautiful people at work whinge to me they are soooo tired from staying up playing computer games or from binge watching some cool show on Netflix. It was clearly a rough morning for them as they chewed slowly on their organic muesli and enjoyed an entire cup of hot chai latte after a yoga workout. Remember those days? I always smile and say, “That is no good you poor tired thing! Have a coffee and hang in there.” But in my head, I am imagining slapping them. Because for seven years I have been limping by on cold half cups of coffee and four or five hours of sleep thanks to sharing my bed with little terrorists.

A good night’s sleep is my ultimate fantasy. And I also have one about Ryan Gosling taking his shirt off to rescue a puppy while we are playing a game of tennis together. Anyway, these days the frequency of changing my sheets or towel is a bit more hit and miss. I do at least two loads of washing every day, but washing the towels and sheets is considered a luxury. Unless they have vomit, or worse, on them, which they frequently do. And you know what? That does not even bother me anymore. The survey showed the average man aged between 18 and 30 washed his pyjamas every 13 days, while women waited for 17 days. I change my pyjamas daily. My sleeves are tissues for little noses. My top is a drool zone for when the three-year-old drifts off to sleep on me. My bottoms lie in my bed that is frequently covered in wee. Am I sharing too much? The fact that shocked me was that a quarter of all men change their underwear every two days. What the heck? Fungus could be growing in your dacks after 48 hours, lads. These experts claim we should wash our towels every two days to stop bacteria from our dead skin cells from thriving. They say we should wash our pyjamas and sheets every week. And wash our undies every day. I just hope we are still friends after my confession session.

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is the season for awards – there are several industry awards in progress now at regional, state and national levels, for arenas from housing construction to tourism and business leadership. Over time, I’ve been involved in awards from several standpoints, as a nominee, finalist, winner or a judge and every time it’s a learning opportunity. I love hearing from people who have experienced successes or challenges and taken the confronting step of putting their story forward for others to critique against their peers. I have found it is easier for someone outside of your team to see and spruik your qualities and strengths, so it can help to have someone external nominate you, draft or proofread your entry for you. I continually find the same argument from people offered the chance of the spotlight when they are nominated for an award – they do not want to be tall poppies or do not feel they have earned the attention. Many business owners or directors dislike self-nominating for awards, fearing it will seem egotistical to share their story and their achievements. For example, a favourite person of mine who has given countless hours of time to our local community for nearly 40 years has repeatedly turned down a nomination for Australian of the Year. It’s a little bit heartbreaking for his family, who have also sacrificed much to support his passion for

volunteering and would dearly love to see him accept the recognition. That’s ultimately the point of entering any award – it acknowledges the customer or community love and team effort behind every success. Why shouldn’t you be in the running? Why don’t you – and they – deserve to be thanked? My company has been nominated for gongs several times and I think it’s the greatest compliment there is for the work we do. We’ve shared in getting shiny things and framed certificates for great projects, community involvement, collaboration and management, including some pretty serious international marketing awards that even flew my team to Las Vegas to bring home silver and bronze for a young driver safety campaign in schools. In my experience, there is always something to gain from entering an award – the team bonding alone that comes from reviewing all you have done and how much you make a difference is priceless. I would recommend every business and community leader take the time to think about what you do that’s award worthy. Don’t be shy to aim high. The things you and your team are doing well are worthy of recognition. Your nomination, becoming a finalist, or winning your category are all equally worth celebrating and sharing. Awards are ultimately a shared win for your team, your credibility and all of the ‘family’ who helped you get there.

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With a state election imminent, now is the time for our local members and candidates to stand up and tell us what they are prepared to fight for when it comes to public transport infrastructure and services. We need to hear real commitments. The Sunshine Coast’s public transport system – which is the responsibility of the State Government – is woeful and congestion results as more people have no other choice than to use their private motor vehicle. I see the evidence every day as I travel around our Sunshine Coast. When you combine our inadequate public transport network with the lack of onsite parking provided at State Government assets such as state schools at Meridan, Brightwater, Woombye and Chevallum – to name a few – and other buildings such as Nambour hospital and the Mike Ahern Building in First Avenue, Maroochydore, you have a significant problem that affects Coast families and workers every day. Successive state governments have spent too little on our region for too long. Our 300,000 residents in Australia’s fifth largest local government area deserve better.

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FUNDING FOR THE COMMUNITY If you’re part of a not-for-profit community group needing a helping hand to fund a project, event or activity, make sure you apply for council’s Minor Community Grants Program. Applications for Minor Community Grants of up to $2000 close on November 6. The grants are a great way for all sorts of community groups to obtain funding to help with their smaller, but important, projects. Community groups can apply for funding for one-off projects through one of seven categories: Community Development; Community Facilities; Cultural Development; Cultural Heritage; Economic Development; Sport, Recreation and Healthy Living; and Community Events. For more information, to discuss your project or for assistance with an application, contact a grants officer on 5420 8616, email grants@sunshinecoast. qld.gov.au or visit council’s website. Council also offers an External Funding Database for funding opportunities.

NEW SKATE FACILITIES OPEN The major upgrade to the skate park at Alexandra Headland is now open and being enjoyed by keen skaters, BMX riders and scooter riders of all ages and ability levels. The new-look park, next door to the surf club, has a split-level advanced bowl, mini bowl and stair set among the key design features, as well as a stage that will also provide opportunities for events such as competitions, demonstrations and learn-to-skate workshops. The final concept design was developed by council and specialist skate park designers following two rounds of community consultation. The Alex upgrade is one of three skate projects completed by council this year. A new skate park at Mooloolah Valley and

improvements to Coolum Skate Park have provided our skater population with enhanced locations to practice their kickflips, ollies and 360s. Improvements at Coolum included extending the skate area with new street elements, better drainage in the skate bowl, new spectator seating and improved lighting. The new skate ramp at Mooloolah was a partnership between council and the Mooloolah Valley Community Association. It provides local children with a venue for socialising, skateboarding and scooter activities, all in the safety of the Recreation Ground precinct. A full list of our skate parks and their facilities are listed on council’s website in the Beaches and Parks Directory.

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The Caloundra Mountain Bike Expo will celebrate 50 years of cycling on the Sunshine Coast on Sunday, October 22. Head along to the Caloundra Rugby Club in Arthur Street from 9am to 3pm. Entry is free.

Leave the bike at home and get ready to show off your swim skills at the Kawana Aquathlon on Saturday, November 18. The run-swim-run event is a great way to test your running and swimming speed. Registration opens at 7am.

For a full event listing and full detail visit www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

FUN IN NATURE A new playground with a difference has been opened at the Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanical Gardens in Tanawha. The new Whipbird Walk has been carefully designed in a beautiful natural bush setting to mimic opportunities for nature-based play. It incorporates interpretative artwork designed to engage, intrigue and amuse

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ENVIRONMENT children’s imaginations while provoking their curiosity in nature. There’s a great sensory trail complete with blindfolds that encourages kids and families to open all their senses to the environment around us. The gardens are located at 51 Palm Creek Road, Tanawha and are open from 7am to 5pm.

Are you getting married? To hold a wedding or ceremony on a beach or park, you will need to make an application to council on the website. Receive free emergency alerts to your phone or tablet with our new CoastAlert notification service. Simply download the SCC app. Find out about and book in to hundreds of free events by subscribing to Libraries eNews. Go to the quick link at library.sunshinecoast. qld.gov.au.

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WORDS: Candice Holznagel Interior designers, home stylists and DIY-ers rejoice when predictions for the year’s hottest trends emerge. There were plenty of styles in addition to the fabulous Hygge. And we can’t wait to see what stays and what disappears as we move into 2018.

MINIMILISATION Put simply, minimalism is about living comfortably in a peaceful, uncluttered environment. In regards to styling, it takes restraint and discipline to achieve the right look. The design has a neutral palette and incorporates pared-back furniture, timber, black and greenery. Prediction: As the global movement towards simplicity continues to keep growing, we expect this design to follow suit.

ON-TREND: Hygge (pronounced hoo-gah) If you haven’t heard all the hype surrounding the latest life and style concept, you are missing out. Coming out of Scandinavia, Hygge is about highlighting gratitude, relaxation and the simple things in life. Designers worldwide are taking these traits and adapting them into home styling. If you are ready to wrap yourself in a cosy haven, then read on.

CREATE WITH COLOUR

Haymes Paints’ Blended Neutrals palette incorporates nine pastel colours that perfectly blend contemporary with traditional. Siesta, Overcast (pictured) and Feather Grey will work in any Hygge-styled home.

MILLENIAL PINK In 2017, we have moved away from the traditional rose and modern blush towards a new shade of pink. The millennial shade dominated the celebrated Milan Design Week, which sets the trends for the year to come. Prediction: Who are we to argue with the experts? If it’s good enough for Milan, it’s good enough for us. You’ll be seeing more pink interiors in 2018.

SEASONAL For the past couple of years, we’ve been told to update our interiors with each new trend that emerges. In 2017, we have been slaves to fashion and tempted by inexpensive products – outing the old and bringing in the new. Prediction: There is change coming. Designers predict a move away from disposable styling and a steadfast movement towards longevity. Invest in solid, quality pieces of furniture, artwork and decor that you can add to as the years go by.

METALLICS As we moved from 2016 into 2017, there was a solid movement away from copper towards brass and rose gold. And while metallic will still play a role in interior design, it will be different yet again. Prediction: Rose gold will give way to silver. We will also add metallic to our homes in a different way – think wallpaper and textured paint.

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REST AND RELAX Finding the right couch is an important decision. After all, it is the centrepiece of your living space. Take some time to research fabrics, shapes and comfort.

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CHOOSING A SOFA IS A PERSONAL DECISION. The best way to ensure that you are choosing the best sofa for you is to give it a good test, and the best way to test it is to actually sit on it. About 10 – 15 minutes of sitting as you would at home should make your decision more informed and will give you a true indication of whether or not the particular sofa would suit you.

As the main focal point of your living room, your sofa holds the power to change the entire look and feel of the space. Fabric sofas are a popular choice because of their versatility and affordability but it pays to think about the practicalities of choosing fabric before making your purchase, so you can sit comfortably for years to come. Better yet, they are affordable, cosy and comfortable year round.

Designer furniture brand West Coast Collection™ has arrived in Australia and the team at Plush couldn’t be more excited. This brand will be exclusive to Plush and to celebrate, we’re offering a new collection saving of 50 per cent off the entire range of sofas, modular lounges, recliners and more when you purchase two or more items of furniture! Buyers can relax knowing that all Plush sofas are hand-crafted for comfort, built to last and backed by an exclusive 10 Year Peace of Mind Warranty®.

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SPRINGING TO LIFE

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inally relief has arrived, with most areas of the Coast receiving soaking rain in the first week of October. Lawns and gardens are already starting to rejuvenate, and it has made planting new plants a lot easier. With the warmer nights and longer days, expect to be seeing lots of new plants springing to life. In the garden centre this month you should be seeing the summer flowers and vegetables available, and now is the perfect time to get them started. In the flower patch keep an eye out for alyssum, calendula, angelonia, petunia, salvia, vinca and zinnia. For the edible garden it’s time to start on cucumber, eggplant, corn, capsicum, chilli, pumpkin, rosella and zucchini. Our lawns will start to spring to life with the warmer season, so here are the top five tips to grow a great-looking lawn: 1) Aerate – We all want our lawns to grow thick and fast, so make sure there is plenty of space for those new runners and roots to develop. By aerating, you improve the quality of the soil, and allow healthy new growth to develop. It only needs to be an annual task, so make sure to do it well. If it hasn’t happened to your lawn, in a little while longer it might be time to de-thatch. Remove all the old, brown leaves from underneath with a leaf rake, to help avoid a spongy lawn or brown patches. 2) Top dress – This is as much about keeping the lawn level and even as it is about promoting new growth. Flat, even turf is easier to mow, retains moisture better and generally grows more

Marjorie Van Roy is a horticulturist and the director of Manawee Garden Centre. She is passionate about providing advice to customers ranging from the home gardener to the developer. Her aim is to create a garden or a space where people can gain pleasure and enjoyment from it. Having lived both in the southern states and in Queensland, Van Roy has extensive knowledge of both tropical and coolclimate plants and their requirements. Van Roy has a personal interest and love of the French country style, using extensive hedging and pleached trees from magnolias to fruit trees.

even – creating a lush turf. Make sure you top dress using something appropriate for your soil type. If you have a heavy or clay soil, make sure to use a sand-based product, however, if your soil is naturally very dry or sandy, top dress using a compost-based product. 3) Fertilise – Often this can be carried out when top dressing to save on time. With the warm weather, our lawns will really start to draw up nutrition, so make sure there is plenty to go around. The answer is not to always pick the product which produces the fastest growth or the most greening. Your individual soil type will make a difference, so consider using a product that is a complete fertiliser, containing both nitrogen as well as other secondary and trace elements. The lawn will still turn green, but it will also last longer between feeds and will generally become more disease resistant. 4) Treat for weeds – Get on top of this now. Don’t wait until the lawn is over-run with clover, or you can’t make it from one side of the yard to

the other because of bindi. It is worth remembering that most weed species grow well in lawns and soils that are generally not healthy. A strong lawn will be more than capable of choking out most problems. Check for common issues such as incorrect pH, poor drainage or friability, or pests and disease, which may weaken the lawn and allow weeds to take hold. If you need to spray to get on top of problems, be sure you know what kind of turf you should have and ensure the product you select is safe on this lawn type. 5) Water – A little goes a long way, and although it is best left to mother nature to soak the earth, if you want your lawn to be the envy of the street, this is the best starting point. The best water is applied in the morning, and soaks down at least 100 millimetres into the soil. To sustain a healthy lawn in even the hottest conditions a good soak once a week should be adequate.

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The pleasures gained from a well-maintained garden cannot be understated and the garden becomes an asset to any home.

Happitunia ‘Honey’ is an easy-to-grow, tough perennial for sunny garden beds, pots or hanging baskets. The flower starts as a honey yellow, and as it ages the flowers adopt shades of sunset. Huge numbers of flowers are borne at any time and flowering goes on for several months. It enjoys a well-drained spot and regular feeding every two months will ensure continued flowering. This plant represents a continuation of improved genetics and breeding to produce a longer-lived petunia, with improved heat tolerance and disease resistance. The plant will spread approximately 60 to 70 centimetres in diameter and can be pruned regularly to maintain shape.

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FROM COUNTRY TO COAST Art lovers won’t want to miss Coast Store’s artist showcase on October 27. The Cotton Tree store will showcase the work of artist Kylie McLean at its pop-up gallery from 4.30pm. “The pop-up gallery is a great opportunity to introduce the limited-edition works of Kylie McLean to our collection,’’ says Coast Store owner Emilia Johnston. “Even though a small store, Coast is always keen to support Australian designers

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Bookings are essential by calling 5475 8989 or via the library website at library.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au. Sunshine Coast Arts and Crafts is having a craft fair on October 28 and 29 from 9am to 4pm at Montville Village Hall on Main Street, Montville. It will feature 100 per cent locally handmade craft goods, such as handbags, children’s and adult’s clothing, pottery, jewellery, jams and spreads, and knitted goods. There will also be refreshments available such as tea, coffee, cakes, slices and sandwiches. Entry is free.

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and emerging artists, especially those from rural Australia.” Dalby is home for McLean, but the Sunshine Coast is like a second home as her parents reside on the beach at Yaroomba. McLean takes a lot of inspiration from her time at the beach in both her ink drawings and paintings, and is excited to have her limited-edition prints now available at the Coast Store.

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WHAT’S ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13

FANTASTIC FRIGHT NIGHTS Prepare to be scared silly at Aussie World this Halloween. The theme park is hosting three Halloween-themed events and whether you are a family looking for fun or a dare-devil wanting to be terrified, you’re sure to have a good time. The festive calendar kicks off on October 13 with a 15+ horror event. This is followed up by a family fun night on October 27 and an 18+ masquerade ball on October 28. For tickets and more details, visit aussieworld.com.au.

BEACHY CLEAN Pack your surfboards and camp gear and head north this weekend in the name of a good cause. The Surfrider Foundation Australia’s Sunshine Coast branch is taking to the beach on October 13, 14 and 15. Hundreds of people are expected to converge for a 60-kilometre clean-up blitz from Noosa North Shore to Double Island Point. The three-day event doubles as an educational and camping weekend. There is a free barbecue, an open mic and jam session by the campfire and kids’ activities. Visit surfrider.org.au

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14 Brian Carlon, The Surf Club Mooloolaba, 3pm Eugene Kurolap, Alex Surf Club, 4.30pm Janelle Cordingly, Lemon and Thyme, 5pm Sarah Woods, Caloundra RSL, 5.30pm Alexis, Dicky Beach Surf Club, 6.30pm The Brown Trouts, Imperial Hotel Eumundi, 7pm Bri Green, Forty Five 51, 7pm Jamie-Lee Griffiths + Murray Law, Imperial Hotel Eumundi, 7pm Eric Steckel, Imperial Hotel Eumundi, 7.30pm Girl Friday, Maroochy Surf Club, 7.30pm Brian Carlon Duo, Alex Surf Club, 7.30pm Boo Seeka, Solbar, 8pm Country Night + Special Guests, Beerwah Hotel, 8pm Lucky 13, Palmwoods Hotel, 8.30pm Backroom Vegas, The Surf Club Mooloolaba, 9pm Empyre, Caloundra RSL, 9pm

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Necklace $39, Think Pinq Zeta Parly sandal, $149, Pure Footwear

Look for embroidery, tassels and floaty shapes to create your coastal bohemian style.

Monstera earring, $19.95, Indaco Rose NF Living cushion, $49.95, DoCo Lifestyle

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MY STYLE Synergie Minerals’ BB-Flawless Cosmeceutical Foundation has a light liquid mineral base with zinc oxide and titanium dioxide for UV protection, niacinamide for skin hydration and pigmentation, and lycopene, which protects the skin from environmental ageing, $84, Cottontree Injectable Clinic.

Boho Chianti dress, $65, Indaco Rose

Boho pomade by Oway is a flexible-hold paste to add texture and definition with a natural finish. It’s ideal for dynamic, feathered, separated looks or for curl definition, $52.95, Eco Organic

Feather wall hanging, $234.95, DoCo Lifestyle

Silver Wishes top, $29, Think Pinq

Sammy pants, $129.95, Bella Lido

Adrift Long dress, $129.99, Indaco Rose

Überzinc Body is the ultimate in protection and hydration for all body areas exposed to UV light. Überzinc Body is a luxurious, non-greasy and deeply hydrating hand and body lotion, $49, Cottontree Injectable Clinic.

Nurturing drops by Oway is a split-end sealing protective serum. It nourishes and seals dry, damaged ends, protecting them from heat sources and external agents. It gives your hair a healthy, shiny appearance, $59.60, Eco Organic.

Ell jumpsuit, $55, Indaco Rose

Pants, $39, Think Pinq

Embroidered flowers zip-top clutch, $54.95, Indaco Rose EOS Cubano heel, $159, Pure Footwear

Three-bead drop hook earrings, $24.95, Indaco Rose

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here are several things around the home that property investors may not realise they can claim tax deductions for. BMT Tax Depreciation has compiled a list of its top five items that may surprise you. BMT CEO Bradley Beer says bathroom accessories are modest additions to an investment property that can be easily overlooked but investors may be able to claim around $125 in deductions for things such as toilet brush holders, shower caddies and soap holders. “As these assets cost under $300, the ATO allows investors to claim their full value as an immediate deduction in the first full financial year,” he says. “Investors with holiday rental properties may need to purchase assets so guests are equipped to enjoy their stay, such as kitchen cutlery or crockery sets. If these items cost an investor $285, they can claim their full value in the first financial year of deductions.” Outdoor assets can also attract valuable deductions as well, with artificial grass or turf matting considered a removable plant and equipment asset. “If an investor outlays $960 to install it then they may be able to claim a $180 deduction in the first financial year and $841 cumulatively over the first five years,” Beer says. “An investor may also be able to claim a first-year deduction of $1270 for a home automation system that cost $6350 and $4269 in cumulative deductions over the first five years. “Some investors may install ‘green’ assets to enhance

their property’s energy efficiency, and in doing so, may also save money on energy costs for their tenants. If an investor chooses to add a solar powered generating system that costs $5250, then they may attract a first-year deduction of $525, and $2150 in cumulative deductions over the first five years.” According to the ATO, deductions fall into two categories – capital works allowance for the structural elements of a property such as walls, floors and ceilings, and plant and equipment deductions for a property’s fixtures and fittings.

OCEAN VERGE With SIX beaches to choose from, the enviable coastal lifestyle is at your doorstep along with a huge selection of cafés, restaurants, beachfront dining, walking tracks, shops and open parks at your disposal. Boutique in scale and architecture, Ocean Verge Kings Beach offers just 40 apartments, all with secure basement parking rising 7 levels providing stunning ocean views, spacious designs and exacting attention to detail with premium fittings and fixtures. Investors and residents alike will take advantage of the stunning location, ocean views, market beating prices and indicative returns of *5.25% p.a.

COAST BUSINESSES SHINE AT MASTER BUILDERS AWARDS The Sunshine Coast was well represented among the winners of the Queensland Master Builders Awards Housing & Construction Awards, with 13 local businesses taking out accolades at the ceremony, which was held in Brisbane earlier this month. Among them was Mooloolaba high-rise First Light (pictured), which took out the award for Residential Building (high-rise over three storey) up to $20 million. RCQ Construction, the project builder, has won the prestigious award two years in a row after last year winning it for the Riviera apartment project in Mackay. Sunshine Coast winners: • Lendlease, Sunshine Coast University Hospital. • Badge Constructions (Qld), St Andrews Anglican College. • Hutchinson Builders, Mary Cairncross Park. • Hutchinson Builders, Gympie Pool Complex. • RCQ Construction, First Light Mooloolaba. • Badge Constructions, St Vincents Aged Care and Stella Maris Church, Maroochydore. • Grant McDonald Homes, Alexandra Headland house. • PJ Burns Builder, Lake Macdonald house. • Koncept Construction, Wurtulla house. • Ausmar Homes, Sippy Downs house. • DJ Sommer Homes.

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AUCTION STUNNING PENTHOUSE STYLE LIVING - 4 MINS TO BUDERIM 29 Bowerbird Place, Mons Set on an extremely private and tranquil 1730m2 of easy care land only minutes to Buderim Village, yet in a world on its own in every other way. This is no ordinary home! The planning, attention to detail, meticulous thought and execution throughout is exemplary. Click on the attached video tour link to get a small understanding, as good as our photos and video are, it is so much more in person. View the property video online bit.ly/29bowerbird

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AUCTION A SPECTACULAR BEACHSIDE HOME – SUPERB DESIGN WITH VIEWS FOREVER! 21 Yakola Parade, Alexandra Headland Ignore all previous price advertising! The Owner of the stunning property is ready to meet the market and move forward with a sale on or before Auction day! Created with a vision in mind to produce a remarkable one-of-a-kind property, countless hours have been spent crafting this unique home. With a perfect Northerly aspect which captures stunning views from the coastline to the hinterland, this outstanding property is ideal for the entertainer and will be sold well below replacement cost!

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244 Mons Road, Forest Glen This private retreat in the leafy Forest Glen exceeds all expectations, featuring top end fittings throughout the immaculately presented home set on an easy care 4690m2 block. Less than 15 minutes to the Coast’s best beaches and minutes to Sunshine Coast Grammar School. The property has a three space carport bordering the house, a single lockup and a huge three bay lockup American barn shed.

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Lot 31/7 Eumeralla Crescent, Landsborough Presented to the market is this immaculate, brand new family home perfectly positioned close to schools, shops & public transport. The generous sized kitchen has been centrally located & comes with a separate butler’s pantry, abundant storage & quality appliances. The open plan kitchen, dining & lounge has been cleverly designed. Enjoy all that the Sunshine Coast has to offer in this perfect location.

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205 WILSON ROAD ILKLEY 3 bed, 2 bath, 3 car Offers from $745,000 Re/max Property Sales 5470 7000 Steve G Pery 0448 884 093

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21/3 Pacific Boulevard, Buddina Rarely are properties in this tightly held precinct offered to the market, presenting a once in a lifetime opportunity to secure your very own piece of paradise on the coast. Spectacular panoramic views, spacious floorplan and perfectly located at Point Cartwright in Buddina this incredible apartment will have a new Owner soon - it could be you! Call today to organise an inspection.

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Price: Buyers in the $400,000’s Inspect: Saturday 14th October 9-9.30am Anne Wallace 0418 769 466 Loren Wimhurst 0415 380 222

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LUXURY LIVING IN CBD From page 42

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hatever your preferred lifestyle this ultra modern, family home within the Mackenzie Precinct of Sunshine Cove will have you covered. Like outdoor entertaining? There’s a large outdoor alfresco area complete with its own kitchen featuring barbecue, fridge and sink. There’s an additional off-street space, behind locked gates to secure your boat or camper. Perfect for the larger family, this home offers spacious and comfortable living over two levels sitting on a large urban freehold allotment. Upstairs there’s four bedrooms, the master suite featuring walk-in robe and ensuite with his and hers sinks. A secondary media room and study nook offer even more space.

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116 SUNSHINE COVE WAY, MAROOCHYDORE 4 bed, 3 car, 2.5 bath + study Sunshine Cove Realty 5443 2766 Scott Service 0402 079 271 Penny Service 0434 006 144

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Pomona Charmer Will Delight! Get ready to be thoroughly charmed when you enter this character-filled pre-war Queenslander in the heart of the historic township of Pomona; homes of this vintage are increasingly rare on the Sunshine Coast, and this one is simply delightful! • Pre-war QLD style home on 579m2 • Heart of Pomona town, walk everywhere • 2-3 bedrooms, light-filled kitchen • Formal lounge, high ceilings, VJ walls

• SLUG + parking under home & storage • North facing flat backyard, great for kids • Zoned for mixed use, creates options • 20 minutes to Noosa, walk to rail to city

Price: $395,000 Inspect: Saturday 12.30pm - 1.15pm

Richard Krausz 0422 997 810 www.outstandingagents.com.au ID: 19010255

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Secluded Hobby Farm Over 10 Acres tucked away in beautiful Kureelpa, just 8 minutes to town. • Huge private deck overlooking creek • Bespoke timber home • Country kitchen with large stove, 2 sinks • 2 Dams, lots of water available • Hardwood timber plantation, grassed areas • Great place for kids to grow up

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Horse Property With Spring Fed Dam Price: $749,000 Inspect: Open Saturday 11am - 12pm www.outstandingagents.com.au ID: 18956215 Gary Hoffmann 0402 737 532 RE/MAX Property Sales

No water issues here with modern 3+ home overlooking 9 acres of horse paddocks. • Elevated N/E aspect & year round water • Private garden & courtyard areas • Large workshop & storage bays • Potential teen retreat space • Just mins to Uni, schools & shops • Motivated seller wants to hear offers

Price: Offers from $745,000 considered Inspect: Saturday 11 - 11:45am www.outstandingagents.com.au ID: 18836025 Steve G Pery 0448 884 093 RE/MAX Property Sales

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Stunning Views, Dual Living, Best Street in Town

Views, Brand New, Family Ready

The views from this residence are nothing short of breath taking.

Use your First Home Owners Grant on this family home and move straight in!! • Views worthy of ‘bragging rights’ • Huge deck for entertaining friends & family • Bask in the abundant natural light • Comfort assured - air cond & ceiling fans • Plenty of yard space for children & pets • End of cul de sac, 4 mins to CBD

• Arguably Woombye’s best address

Price: Offers Over $469,000 Inspect: Saturday 10 - 10.20am

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• 3 Bed, 1 bath upstairs, full length verandah

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2 MAJORCA PLACE KAWANA ISLAND 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Auction on-site Saturday, October 14 at 11am Platinum Properties 5437 8806 Steve Kealey 0437 935 369 Sean Ferguson 0487 340 853

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UPCOMING AUCTIONS

Here’s a preview of hot auctions taking place on the Sunshine Coast in the next seven days:

LOT 1 & 2, 76 BALLINGER ROAD, BUDERIM Auction on site Saturday, October 14 @ 10.30am Next Property Group 1300 400 777 Anne Wallace 0418 769 466 Craig Porter 0411 554 880 7 FREYCINET ROW, BUDERIM Auction on site Saturday, October 14 @ 11am Century 21 Grant Smith Property 5445 8505 Grant Smith 0410 21 21 21 16 MONKS CRESCENT, BUDERIM Auction on site Saturday, October 14 @ 11am Century 21 Grant Smith Property 5445 8505 Grant Smith 0410 21 21 21 2 MAJORCA PLACE, KAWANA ISLAND Auction on site Saturday, October 14 @ 11am Platinum Properties 5437 8806 Steve Kealey 0437 935 369 Sean Ferguson 0487 340 583

4 NORTH POINT CRESCENT, PELICAN WATERS Auction In Rooms, The Event Centre, 20 Minchinton Street, Caloundra Thursday, October 12 @ 11am Ray White Pelican Waters 5343 6900 Kerri Johnston 0412 580 184

4 McILWRAITH STREET, MOFFAT BEACH Passed in at $1,700,000 / 4 bed, 3 bath, 2 car First National Real Estate 5438 2166 Michael Kettle 0419 728 807 36 BOARDRIDER CRESCENT, MT COOLUM Under contract after auction / 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car North Shore Realty 5448 7444 Jay Pashley 0407 119 355

29 Carwoola Crescent, Mooloolaba

AUCTION RESULTS The easiest way to check out the latest auction results. UNITS 1, 17 THE GROVE, ALEXANDRA HEADLAND Under contract after auction / 6 bed, 4 bath, 4 car North Shore Realty 5448 7444 Walter Johnson 0488 989 363

3 KATHLEEN DRIVE, BLI BLI Passed in, now on the market for $455,000 / 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car North Shore Realty 5446 2500 Jonathon Cameron 0426 828 835

35 GLENEAGLE COURT, BUDERIM Passed in seeking offers over $1,695,000 / 4 bed, 4 bath, 6 car McGrath 5450 8000 Chris Pace 0417 196 600 Damien Michael 0413 024 124

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39 PETRIE AVENUE, MARCOOLA BEACH Sold under the hammer for $620,000 / 3 bed, 1 bath, 1 car

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U24 COOLUM FAIRWAYS, 23 LUMEAH DRIVE, MT COOLUM On the market for $495,000 / 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car North Shore Realty 5448 7444 Jay Pashley 0407 119 355

UNIT 8 SAND DUNES, 130 MUDJIMBA ESPLANADE, MARCOOLA Offers over $695,000 / 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 2 car North Shore Realty 5448 7444 Liz Hope 0422 494 686

Call 1800 256 839 15 Karumba Pl, Beerwah

53 KULA BEACH SHACKS, 42 BOARDWALK BOULEVARD, MOUNT COOLUM Sold prior to auction / 3 bed, 2 bath, 1 car North Shore Realty 5448 7444 Keith Blanchard 0419 676 037

18 KANES ROAD, BRIDGES Passed in now listed at $975,000 / 4+ bed, 2 bath, 7 car REMAX Property Sales 5470 7000 Steve Perry 0418 711 955 Sharon Heays 0499 205 409

9 LAKEDRIVE CRESCENT, MARCOOLA SOLD prior to auction / 5 bed, 3 bath, 2 car North Shore Realty 5448 7444 Keith Blanchard 0419 676 037

UNITS 2, 17 THE GROVE, ALEXANDRA HEADLAND Passed in / 6 bed, 4 bath, 4 car North Shore Realty 5448 7444 Walter Johnson 0488 989 363

16 Monks Crescent, Buderim

North Shore Realty 5446 2500 Noel Mooney 0417 756 076

29 CARWOOLA CRESCENT, MOOLOOLABA Auction on site Saturday, October 14 @ 3pm Next Property Group 1300 400 777 Alan Riley 0422 723 719 Loren Wimhusrt 0415 380 222

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4 Whitby Place, Pelican Waters

Private inspection call Mark Stewart PRICE RANGE

$550,000-$570,000

Mark Stewart 0438 254 557

• Superb family home • 4 oversize bedrooms • 900mm cooktop and oven

• Built ins in all bedrooms • Great open plan living • Kids rumpus room

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Family Home in the Perfect Precinct! • Entertainers Delight • Media room with built in bar • Ducted Air Conditioning

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• 2 Living areas with superb finishes • North East aspect entertaining area • Close to shops, new marina and schools

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$568,000

Brand New Designer Home • High ceilings and entry door • Quality European appliances • 9 Star energy rating

Mark Stewart 0438 254 557 mark@cloudninerealestate.com.au

• 600 x 600 Polished Tiles • Separate media room • Ideal for first home owners grant

$659,950

Luxury at your fingertips! • Superbly presented family home • Ultimate lifestyle retreat • Entertainer’s delight

Dean Ward 0412 563 890 dean@cloudninerealestate.com.au

• Next to Koala Sanctuary of Australia Zoo • Stunning views • Huge 1504m2

*Spring Offer - FREE Marketing and FREE Appraisal! Offer ends 31.10.17 – Conditions apply.

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A Cut Above The Rest An executive Grandview home with amazing ambience and surroundings setting this property a cut above the rest. Quality fixtures and fittings throughout, a beautiful outlook and plenty of room to move; what more could you want. • Three generous bedrooms, large master with stylish ensuite and walk in robe at the rear of the home • Entertainers kitchen with stone benches, ample bench and cupboard space, walk in pantry • A striking executive residence set on a 619m² parcel of land with double gate side access, established gardens, minimal neighbours and a tranquil backdrop INSPECT Saturday 10-10.45am FIRST NATIONAL LIFESTYLE SIPPY DOWNS 5450 1515 GAVIN FLATON 0414 826 687 WEB www.fnlifestyle.com.au

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Space, Peace And Privacy – Rainforest Backdrop BUDERIM 10 Springbrook Grove Almost no further explanation required really, what more could you want? This home was created to offer a designer lifestyle with exceptional architectural features, all positioned ideally backing onto a beautiful rainforest. And with the rainforest comes peace and privacy and a gentle presence of birdlife. An idyllic alfresco entertainment area with a wraparound pool flowing from the kitchen nucleus of the home. The interior design of the home maximises light and breezes throughout, with multiple living zones. • 20m Rainforest Backdrop • Close to Schools, Shops, Highway Access • 700sqm block • Lots of Light and Air • Architect Designed • Space, Peace and Privacy Most importantly for this family residence is the space, peace and privacy it offers. Fall in love with it!

VIEW Saturday 14th October 11:00-11:30am AUCTION On-Site Sunday 22nd October At 12.00pm AGENT Jodie McDonell 0419 762 309 Tanya Mungomery 0414 260 711

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Fully Renovated Sub-Penthouse Unit With Separate Studio/Workshop BUDERIM 2/143 Burnett Street This completely standalone, sub-penthouse unit has recently been renovated to a high standard throughout allowing you to simply move in with nothing further to do. The hard work has all been done for you so if you are ready to enjoy the benefits that apartment living provides then you must have this feature packed property on your shopping list. • Detached Stand-alone Sub-penthouse • 180 Degree Uninterrupted Panoramic Views • Spacious Terrace And Living Zones

• Secure Undercover Parking • Additional Separate Workshop/Studio Space • Only 10 Minutes To Mooloolaba Beach

With so many unique features and so much value on offer this apartment will generate plenty of interest

VIEW Saturday 14th October 12:00-12:30pm FOR SALE Marketed At $575,000

BUDERIM 6 Meander Court • Three Bedrooms With Built-ins • Level Yard Space, Stunning Hinterland Sunsets • Fully Renovated Throughout, Two New Bathrooms • Two Separate Living Areas, Walk To Local Shops • 830m² Fully Fenced Elevated Allotment Building & Pest Reports Available Upon Request

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ONLY 2 LEFT from $467,900

MOUNT COOLUM ‘SIO’ 1 Suncoast Beach Drive SIO VILLAS BRAND NEW BOUTIQUE COLLECTION

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• The SIO VILLAS development is a brand new luxury boutique collection of 26 Villas set among leafy surrounds and capturing mystical views across to Mount Coolum National Park. • Crafted with quality fixtures, fittings and finishes, each villa designed with a thoughtful focus on modern day living, functionality and style. • With a selection of two and three bedroom residences offering large air conditioned living spaces with tiled floors, lush 100% wool carpets, stone surfaces and European appliances. • Featuring high ceilings, expansive window and glass doors to create a heightened sense of light and space.

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5446 2500 5448 7444 5448 9111 5448 8725

• Comfortable open plan living areas exude a feeling of luxury offering plenty of room to live, entertain, unwind and relax • Transport at your doorstep, conveniently close to cafe’s, the local grocery store, bakery, butchery across the road and stunning surf beaches only a few minutes away. • SIO VILLAS provide comfort, space and sophisticated modern lifestyle to discerning buyers who are looking for that special something at an affordable price. • Construction due for completion October 2017. • $20,000 First Home Buyer Grant available to approved applicants.

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Shop 2, 18 Blackall Street, WOOMBYE

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STYLISH .. VIEWS .. DIVERSE OPTIONS AVAILABLE • Tastefully refurbished 2 storey home in a well regarded position • Elegant entry • Inviting open plan, stylish Chef’s kitchen, air conditioning • Quiet convenient cul de sac, modern estate • All bedrooms are of generous proportions, master with ensuite • Downstairs would be ideal for “work from home” • Storage, 738sqm block (f/fenced) .. Minimal maintenance • Sellers Ready For Your Offer!

Price: $529,000 Inspect: Saturday 1-1.40 pm Contact: Virginia Brown 0400 763 837 www.riddellrealestate.com.au Property ID: 523425

WOOMBYE: U3/29A BLACKALL ST. “CONVENIENT LOCATION” This 2bed, 1bath, 1car gem has location on its side – right in the heart of Woombye.

TOWEN MNT: 91 TOWEN MNT RD. “14 ACRES .. INNOVATIVE HIDEAWAY HOME” 3yr old home, 3brms,1bath,6car. Many features, long range views – 14acres.

BURNSIDE: 23 JUDITH ST. “ROOM FOR THE FAMILY” 3bed, 1bath, 1car, large living area, 2 additional rooms underneath, quiet cul-de-sac position

WOOMBYE: 12 SWEET WATER ST. “QUIET CUL DE SAC POSITION” New family home consisting of 4brms, 2bath, 2car. Impressive and spacious

WOOMBYE: L11 HORIZONS WAY. “NEW DUPLEX” Units 1 & 2 with 3brms, 2bath, 2car. O/plan living, air, private patio – quality throughout.

WOOMBYE: L14 HORIZONS WAY. “ DUAL KEY PROPERTY” 5 bedrooms, 3 bath, 3 car accommodation. Separate residence .. great investment – Dual income.

BURNSIDE: 42 TRAMLINE RISE DR. “BRAND NEW” 4brm family home, u/roof entertaining, 2car, f/fenced, spacious open plan living, rural views.

OPEN SAT. 10-10.40 HIGH $200,000’S OPEN SAT. 11-11.40 $625,000 OPEN SAT. 12-12.40 $369,000 OPEN SAT. 12-12.40 $549,000 OPEN SAT. 12-12.40 U1 $489,000 U2 $479,500 OPEN SAT. 12-12.40 $699,000 OPEN SAT. 1-1.40 $495,000

Gary De Paoli 0408 731 412 | Kirk Patrick 0439 395 599 | John Pyne 0418 710 209 | Virginia Brown 0400 763 837 | BJ Fullarton 0413 301 579

SUCCESSFUL AUCTION It was a full house at North Shore Realty’s in-room auction event. More than 60 people attended the event, which was held at the Ramada Marcoola on October 4. Auctioneer Gordon Macdonald had plenty of bids to process with five of the nine properties on the program sold either under the hammer or prior to the auction. Business partners Keith Blanchard, Jay Pashley and Noel Mooney were delighted

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statement landholding in Palmview Forest Estate, this superb residence delivers tranquil acreage living at its finest. Indulgent living areas feature crisp, neutral interiors with raked ceilings, timber flooring, a showpiece kitchen with premium appliances and a seamless flow to the vast alfresco area. A private master retreat complements two additional well-appointed bedrooms opening out to the deck. Set on a 2219m2 parcel of land with a six-bay shed, it offers superb forest views and a desirable location near to schools and beaches.

18 FOREST RIDGE AVENUE PALMVIEW 3 bed, 2 bath, 6 car Auction on site Saturday, October 21 at 2pm McGrath Buderim 5450 8000 Chris Pace 0417 196 600

Shaun Hammill 0413 310 445

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West Woombye 175 Old Palmwoods Road Open by appointment “Diamantina” - Unique Home on 1 Acre • Master built by Garth Chapman, timeless finish • High ceilings, ornate cornices, timber flooring • 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms + media/music room • Office with excellent built in furniture

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Open Saturday and Sunday 1pm to 1.45pm Privacy & Position - Impeccable Presentation • Huge inground salt water pool • Great useable land for all family activities • Awesome outlook to the North East • It really is the pinnacle of acreage living

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Offers over $995,000

• Be impressed with this amazing home • Set on just under half an acre (1832m2) • Positioned so there a no neighbours in sight • Elevated and catches those delightful breezes

• Huge lap pool & outdoor entertaining area • 2 ensuited bedrooms + 3 other bedrooms • Office and media room, ducted air & vacuum • Alarm system, electric gates

Mike Burns 0418 991 702 Meng Meng 0426 282 229 Elders Palmwoods Web Id 17981424

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Generous family, lifestyle home at 116 Sunshine Cove Way Like outdoor entertaining? There a large outdoor alfresco area complete with BBQ, fridge and outdoor sink. Into boating? There’s space to secure your boat or camper behind locked gates. • Large kitchen, beautifully finished with ample cupboard storage, integrated dishwasher, induction cook top, double wall oven and microwave. Very chic style with black tap ware, sink as well as spacious stone benches. • Four bedrooms upstairs, main with walk in robe and large ensuite complete with stylish wall tiles, his & hers sinks, separate shower and WC. • Second bathroom matches the styling of the master ensuite and adds a fabulous free standing bath to the home. Additional media room upstairs ready for Sunday afternoon movies and separate study nook.

$725,000

Open House Saturday 11 - 11.30

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Great urban home at 5 Hervey Chase, Sunshine Cove.

Home by award winning Metricon at 6 Yidney Street

• When complete this urban terrace home will be fully fenced and landscaped, all you’ll need to do is move in and enjoy your Sunshine Cove lifestyle. • Master bedroom with walk in robe, ensuite and own balcony. Your own private sanctuary. • Overlooks the downstairs living area, the kitchen features pull-out pantry, induction cook top and dishwasher. Also opens out to courtyard ideal for entertaining • Clever design captures breezes and enables light throughout both levels, and for those hotter days there’s air conditioning and fans to both levels • Secure, double lock up garage with plenty of storage room

• Clever design provides open plan living with a touch of class • Kitchen along with family and dining plus separate leisure or lounge area • Upstairs master bedroom complete with WIR and ensuite • Another two bedrooms upstairs both with robes and fans • Versatile sitting room upstairs that could be four bedroom with balcony • Plenty of cupboard space • Very low maintenance but heaps of style • Smaller, low maintenance urban allotment, yet still has double, secure lock-up garage.

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IN THE HEART OF THE ACTION Located in a sought-after central area of Maroochydore, this is an ideal property for families or investors. It offers three bedrooms plus a self-contained one-bedroom teen retreat/studio/airbnb. Open plan living and dining areas are light and airy and the large kitchen overlooks well-maintained gardens. A big backyard is great for kids and they’ll also love splashing around in the saltwater pool. There’s a double lockup carport and side access for additional offstreet parking, plus two outdoor sheds for storage. The property is fully-fenced, pet-friendly and private, with neighbours on one side only. Close to the primary and high schools and walking distance to the new CBD, Sunshine Plaza and Ocean Street precinct, its location is unbeatable for a growing family.

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LUXURY LIVING IN BUDERIM 28 COOINDA CRESCENT MAROOCHYDORE 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car $599,000 Define Property 5478 2477 Jordan Barden 0422 990 824

Mark Osborne 0423 106 384

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COUNTRY HOMESTEAD DULONG

WANTED

29 BOWERBIRD PLACE, BUDERIM/ MONS

This stunning home is set on a private 1730m2 of easy-care land only minutes to Buderim village yet existing in its own little world. An unassuming home from the street, once you walk inside it’s another story. The planning, attention to detail, meticulous thought and execution throughout is exemplary. Stunning high-end fixtures and first-class quality, rivalling some of the world’s best hotels is on offer here. There is nothing average about this property. It is more like a 6-star penthouse than a regular house, with total seclusion and privacy, plus easy-care landscaping. With four bedrooms, a state-of-the-art kitchen, high ceilings, a beautiful inground pool and spacious outdoor areas, this home combines style with functionality to achieve perfection.

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• Raked ceilings, exposed beams & rustic brickwork including open fireplace to the lounge • Palatial master suite opens to wide veranda • Solid timber kitchen adjoins living spaces • Massive veranda overlooks the freshly renovated in-ground pool surrounded by tropical foliage • Mature greenery envelopes the home • Centrally located in the rolling hills of Dulong, yet still within easy access to Sunshine Coast resort beaches of Maroochydore & Mooloolaba & the Hinterland’s renowned Montville village.

Price: Seeking offers from $725,000 Ian Black 0407 587 503

HIDEOUT IN THE HILLS DULONG

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Delightful & private five bedroom Western Red Cedar home set on 2 levels on 3.24 acres. Fantastic views of the surrounding areas & Hinterland Ranges. Main bedroom is air con with ensuite & balcony, formal lounge open plan kitchen/dining area, polished timber floors, side veranda leading off dining room. Bathroom with separate toilet. High raked ceilings a feature. Reverse cycle air con & fireplace. Large shed which includes an office could be converted into self-contained living, 2 bay carport, under cover gazebo situated above 13000 gallon water tank. Views over the sparkling in ground pool to the ranges beyond. Spring fed dam.

Price: $665,000 Ian Black 0407 587 503 Centenary Square, 52-64 Currie Street, Nambour | Phone 5441 3366 | www.dayandgrimes.com

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TV GUIDE

ABC (CH2)

SEVEN (CH6)

NINE (CH5)

WIN (CH8)

SBS (CH3)

FRIDAY

6.05pm Grand Designs. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 The Link. 8.00 QI. (PG) Hosted by Stephen Fry. 8.30 Endeavour. (M) A student’s death is investigated. 10.00 Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery: Alan Brough. (M) 10.35 Lateline.

6pm Seven Local News. 6.30 Seven News. 7.00 Better Homes And Gardens. 8.30 MOVIE Thor. (2011) (M) Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman. The god of thunder is forced to live among mortals. 10.50 Cannonball. (PG)

6pm Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Vet On The Hill. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE The World Is Not Enough. (1999) (M) Pierce Brosnan, Sophie Marceau. Bond defends the daughter of an oil tycoon. 11.05 Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders. (M)

6pm News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 The Living Room. 8.30 The Graham Norton Show. 9.30 Have You Been Paying Attention? (M) Hosted by Tom Gleisner. 10.30 To Be Advised. 11.30 WIN News.

6pm Gourmet Farmer Australia. (PG) 6.30 SBS World News. 7.30 Great British Railway Journeys: Berwick-upon-Tweed to Morpeth. Hosted by Michael Portillo. 8.40 MOVIE Holding The Man. (2015) Ryan Corr, Craig Stott. The story of a 15-year-long love affair.

SATURDAY

6pm Compass. (PG) 6.30 Gardening Aust. 7.00 News. 7.30 Home Fires. (PG) 8.20 The Last Post. (M) Follows a military police unit and their families. 9.20 Doc Martin. (PG) 10.10 The Doctor Blake Mysteries. (M)

6pm Seven News. 7.00 MOVIE Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade. (1989) (PG) Harrison Ford. Indiana Jones tries to locate his missing father. 9.30 MOVIE Clash Of The Titans. (2010) (M) Sam Worthington, Ralph Fiennes. A king recruits a warrior. 11.40 The Goldbergs. (PG)

6pm Nine News. 7.00 MOVIE Da Kath & Kim Code. (2005) (PG) 8.45 MOVIE Muriel’s Wedding. (1994) (M) Toni Collette, Bill Hunter. A woman leaves her small town to find romance. 10.55 MOVIE Hope Springs. (2012) (M)

6pm Jamie’s Super Food Family Classics. 7.00 GC Cops. (PG) 8.00 Territory Cops. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE The Rock. (1996) Sean Connery. An FBI agent and a convict break into Alcatraz. 10.30 To Be Advised. 11.30 48 Hours. (M)

6.30pm SBS World News. 7.30 Royal Cousins At War: A House Divided. (PG) Part 1 of 2. 8.30 Gadget Man: Great Outdoors. Hosted by Richard Ayoade. 9.00 Soccer. EPL. Liverpool v Manchester United. From Anfield Stadium, Liverpool, England.

SUNDAY

6pm Classic Countdown. (PG) 7.00 ABC News. 7.40 Doc Martin. (PG) Louisa takes her pupils out sailing. 8.30 The Doctor Blake Mysteries. (M) A retired carpenter is murdered. 9.30 Fearless. (M) Emma meets with Logan in secret. 10.15 Glitch. (M)

6pm Seven News. 7.00 Little Big Shots. (PG) 8.00 Highway Patrol. (PG) A driver pulls a burnout in front of officers. 8.30 MOVIE Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. (1999) (PG) Liam Neeson, Ewan McGregor. Two Jedi try to end a blockade. 11.15 The Goldbergs. (PG)

6pm Nine News. 7.00 The Block. (PG) 8.30 60 Minutes. Current affairs program. 9.30 Australian Crime Stories: Nikolai Radev – The Invader. (MA15+) 10.30 See No Evil. (M) 11.35 House. (M)

6pm Family Feud: Sunday. 6.30 The Sunday Project. A look at the day’s news. 7.30 Bull. (M) A woman is accused of murdering her husband. 8.30 Miniseries: Wake In Fright. (M) Part 2 of 2. 10.30 The Sunday Project. 11.30 48 Hours. (M)

6.30pm SBS World News. 7.30 The Greeks: The Good Strife. Part 2 of 3. 8.30 Robert Redford’s The West: Blood And Gold. A gold strike in sacred Sioux Indian territory, the Black Hills, leads to the treaty being broken. 10.20 Shadow World. (M)

MONDAY

6.10pm Grand Designs. 7.00 News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Australian Story. 8.30 Four Corners. Presented by Sarah Ferguson. 9.15 Media Watch. (PG) Hosted by Paul Barry. 9.35 Q&A.

6pm Seven Local News. 6.30 Seven News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 Michael Hutchence: The Last Rockstar. (M) 9.30 Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders. (M) The team investigates an apparent suicide. 10.30 The Blacklist. (M)

6pm Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 The Block. (PG) 8.40 Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders. 9.40 Chicago Justice. (M) 10.40 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (M) 11.40 Law & Order. (M)

6pm News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 All-Star Family Feud. 8.30 Have You Been Paying Attention? (M) Hosted by Tom Gleisner. 9.30 Man With A Plan. (PG) 10.30 To Be Advised. 11.30 WIN News.

6pm Gourmet Farmer Australia. (PG) 6.30 News. 7.30 River Cottage Australia. 8.30 The World’s Most Extraordinary People: Survival. (M) A look at the human body’s capacity for survival. 9.40 24 Hours In Emergency. (M)

TUESDAY

6.10pm Grand Designs. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Screen Time. 8.30 The Gut Revolution: A Catalyst Special. Part 1 of 3. 9.30 World’s Busiest Cities: Moscow. Part 3 of 4. 10.30 Lateline.

6pm Seven Local News. 6.30 Seven News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 Michael Hutchence: The Last Rockstar. (M) 9.00 800 Words. (PG) George longs for solitude. 10.00 Neighbourhood Nightmares: Garden Nightmares Pt 2. (PG)

6pm Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 The Block. (PG) 8.40 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 9.10 Kath & Kim. (PG) Sharon is anxious to be a godmother. 10.20 2 Broke Girls. (M) 11.20 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 11.50 Cold Case. (M)

6pm WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 Cram. 8.30 NCIS. (M) The team search for Gibbs and McGee. 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles. A US Navy lieutenant is murdered. 10.30 NCIS: Los Angeles. (M) 11.30 WIN News.

6pm Gourmet Farmer Australia. 6.30 News. 7.30 Great American Railroad Journeys. (PG) 8.30 Insight. Presented by Jenny Brockie. 9.30 Dateline. 10.00 SBS News.

WEDNESDAY

6.10pm Grand Designs. 7.00 News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Hard Quiz. (PG) 8.30 Gruen. Presented by Wil Anderson. 9.05 Get Krack!n. (M) 9.35 Adam Hills: The Last Leg. 10.20 Lateline.

6pm Seven Local News. 6.30 Seven News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 The Grand Tour. (PG) Three men embark on a motoring adventure. 9.05 To Be Advised. 10.05 Criminal Minds. (M) Reid fears his mother has been abducted. 11.00 Chicago Fire. (M)

6pm Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 The Block. (PG) 8.40 Doctor Doctor. Penny is heartbroken. 9.40 Violent Child, Desperate Parents. 10.40 Chicago Med. (M) 11.40 The Closer. (M)

6pm WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 The Bachelorette Australia. Hosted by Osher Günsberg. 8.30 The Wrong Girl. Excitement fills the air of The Breakfast Bar office as the Logie Awards draw closer. 10.30 Hawaii Five-0. (M) 11.30 WIN’s All Australian News.

6pm Gourmet Farmer Australia. 6.30 SBS World News. 7.35 Extreme Railway Journeys: Railroad To Mandalay. (PG) 8.30 Miniseries: Sunshine. (M) Part 1 of 4. 9.35 Riviera. Georgina searches for answers. 10.25 The Handmaid’s Tale. (MA15+)

THURSDAY

YOUR PRIME TIME TV GUIDE

6.05pm Grand Designs. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Insert Name Here. (M) 8.30 Glitch. (M) James questions Phil. 9.25 Louis Theroux: A Different Brain. (M) Louis Theroux looks at brain injuries. 10.25 Lateline.

6pm Seven Local News. 6.30 Seven News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Terminator Genisys. (2015) (M) Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emilia Clarke. A soldier is sent back in time. 11.15 The Goldbergs. (PG)

6pm Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 RBT. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE We’re The Millers. (2013) (M) Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis. A small-time drug dealer creates a fake family. 10.30 Conspiracy. (M) 11.30 What Would You Do? (M)

6pm News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 The Bachelorette Australia. 8.30 Gogglebox. Opinionated viewers discuss TV shows. 9.30 Law & Order: SVU. 10.30 Blue Bloods. (M) 11.30 WIN News.

6.30pm News. 7.30 Great British Railway Journeys. (PG) 8.00 Food Safari Earth. 8.30 Miniseries: Sunshine. (M) Part 2 of 4. 9.35 Bosch. (MA15+)

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FRIDAY

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7pm Spicks And Specks. (PG) 7.30 River Monsters. (PG) 8.20 Catfish: The TV Show. (PG) 9.05 Clique. (MA15+) 9.50 Penn & Teller: Fool Us. (M) 10.30 Suspect. (M) 11.15 The Insider. (M)

6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 Kingdom. (PG) 8.30 Selling Houses Australia. 10.30 The House That £100K Built: Tricks Of The Trade. 11.30 Bargain Hunt.

6pm Bloopers. (PG) 6.30 MOVIE Gremlins. (1984) (PG) 8.45 MOVIE Angels & Demons. (2009) (M) Tom Hanks, Ewan McGregor. 11.45 America’s Hardest Prisons. (M)

6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 To The Manor Born. 7.30 Stop, Search, Seize. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Pay It Forward. (2000) (M) Kevin Spacey. 11.00 MOVIE The Special Relationship. (2010) (M)

6pm Hogan’s Heroes. 6.30 Happy Days. (PG) 7.30 MacGyver. (PG) 8.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. (M) 10.30 MOVIE El Gringo. (2012) (MA15+) Scott Adkins, Petar Bachvarov.

6pm Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Raymond. (PG) 8.00 Rules Of Engagement. (PGC) 8.30 MOVIE Premonition. (2007) (M) Sandra Bullock. 10.30 To Be Advised. 11.30 James Corden.

6pm MOVIE Igor. (2008) (PG) 7.45 MOVIE Hotel Transylvania 2. (2015) (PG) 9.30 MOVIE Dark Shadows. (2012) (M) Johnny Depp. 11.45 WWE Smackdown. (MA15+)

SURF REPORT

6.30pm World’s Toughest Trucker. (PG) 7.30 Outback Truckers. (M) 8.30 MOVIE Volcano. (1997) (M) 10.50 Strangest Weather On Earth. 12.20am Ice Road Truckers.

7.30pm MOVIE Casper. (1995) (PG) Christina Ricci, Bill Pullman. 9.30 MOVIE The Craft. (1996) (MA15+) Robin Tunney, Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell. 11.30 Two And A Half Men. (PG)

7pm MOVIE The Last Starfighter. (1984) (PG) Lance Guest. 9.00 MOVIE Blade Runner. (1982) (M) Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young. 11.30 Murder In The First. (M)

6pm The Back Page. 6.45 Soccer. A-League. Round 2. Melbourne Victory v Melbourne City. From Etihad Stadium, Melbourne. 9.00 David Att’s Planet Earth. (PG) 10.00 48 Hours. (M)

6pm Frasier. (PG) 6.30 Raymond. (PG) 7.30 Rules Of Engagement. (PG) 8.30 Have You Been Paying Attention? (M) 9.30 MOVIE Road Trip. (2000) (MA15+) 11.30 The Loop.

SUNDAY

7pm Spicks And Specks. (PG) 7.30 River Monsters. (M) 8.30 Thrilla In Manila. (M) 9.55 Louis Theroux: Miami Mega Jail. (M) 10.55 Clique. (MA15+) 11.40 That ’70s Show. (PG)

6.30pm For The Love Of Dogs. 7.00 Border Security USA. 8.00 Border Security. (PG) 8.30 Air Crash Investigation. (PG) 10.30 Border Security USA. 11.30 Escape To The Country.

7.30pm Family Guy. (M) 8.30 MOVIE Terminator 2: Judgment Day. (1991) (M) Arnold Schwarzenegger. 11.15 Baggage Battles. 12.15am What Went Down.

7pm MOVIE Twins. (1988) (PG) Arnold Schwarzenegger. 9.10 MOVIE The Sum Of All Fears. (2002) (M) Ben Affleck, Morgan Freeman, James Cromwell. 11.40 Two And A Half Men. (PG)

6pm Secret Dealers. (PG) 7.00 Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. (PG) 8.00 Planet Earth II. (PG) 9.10 MOVIE The Living Daylights. (1987) (PG) Timothy Dalton. 11.50 The Closer.

6pm Cheers. 6.30 Scorpion. 7.30 Elsa: The Lioness That Changed The World. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Turbulence. (1997) (M) 10.30 Undercover Boss.

6pm Frasier. (PG) 6.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (PG) 7.30 To Be Advised. 10.30 Frasier. (PG) 11.30 Becker. (PG)

7pm Spicks And Specks. (PG) 7.30 River Monsters. (M) 8.30 Louis Theroux: Miami Mega Jail. (M) 9.30 Ross Kemp: The Fight Against ISIS. (M) 10.35 Thrilla In Manila. (M)

6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 Doc Martin. (PG) 8.30 Lewis. (M) 10.30 Suspects. (M) 11.30 Cold Feet. (M)

6pm American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 Highway Cops. (PG) 8.00 Beach Cops. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Behind Enemy Lines. (2001) (M) 11.00 Ultimate Factories.

6pm Regular Show. (PG) 6.30 Adv Time. (PG) 7.00 The Middle. (PG) 7.30 Science Of Stupid. (M) 8.00 Top Gear: Spanish Supercar Road Trip. (PG) 9.10 MOVIE Saving Private Ryan. (1998) (MA15+)

6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 To The Manor Born. 7.30 David Attenborough’s Secrets Of Wild India. 8.40 MOVIE First Knight. (1995) (M) Sean Connery. 11.25 Death Row Stories.

6pm Hogan’s Heroes. 6.30 Happy Days. (PG) 7.30 Hawaii Five-0. (M) 8.30 NCIS. 10.30 Diagnosis Murder. (PG) 11.30 Hogan’s Heroes.

6pm Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Raymond. 7.30 Raymond. (PG) 8.00 Rules Of Engagement. (PG) 9.00 MOVIE Scream. (1996) (MA15+) 11.15 James Corden.

TUESDAY

7pm Spicks And Specks. 7.30 River Monsters. 8.20 Hard Quiz. 8.50 Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. 9.35 Banged Up Abroad. 10.20 Ross Kemp: The Fight Against ISIS.

6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 A Touch Of Frost. (M) 9.30 Prime Suspect. (M) 11.30 Bargain Hunt.

6pm American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 Highway Patrol. (PG) 8.30 Towies. (PG) 9.00 Vegas Rat Rods. (PG) 10.00 Full Custom Garage. (PG) 11.00 Inside West Coast Customs.

6pm Regular Show. (PG) 6.30 Adv Time. (PG) 7.00 The Middle. (PG) 7.30 RBT. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Good Kill. (2014) (M) Ethan Hawke. 10.30 Jail: Big Texas. (M) 11.30 Two And A Half Men. (PG)

6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 To The Manor Born. 7.30 New Tricks. (M) 8.40 Midsomer Murders. (M) 10.50 Hurricane 360. (PG) 11.50 Heartbeat. (PG)

6pm Hogan’s Heroes. 6.30 Happy Days. (PG) 7.00 Happy Days. 7.30 48 Hours. (M) 9.30 VF Confidential. (M) 10.30 Highlander. (M) 11.30 Hogan’s Heroes.

6pm Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Raymond. 7.30 Raymond. (PG) 8.00 Rules Of Engagement. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Nutty Professor II: The Klumps. (2000) (PG) 10.35 Frasier.

WEDNESDAY

7pm Spicks And Specks. 7.30 River Monsters. (M) 8.30 The Insider. 9.20 Housemates. 9.50 Head First. (M) 10.50 Catfish: The TV Show. (PG) 11.30 Lost Children. (MA15+)

6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 The Vicar Of Dibley. (PG) 8.30 The Inspector Lynley Mysteries. (PG) 10.30 Wallander. (MA15+)

6pm American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 Storage Wars. (PG) 8.30 American Restoration. (PG) 9.30 American Pickers. (PG) 10.30 Aussie Pickers. 11.30 Hardcore Pawn.

6pm Regular Show. 6.30 Adv Time. 7.00 The Middle. 7.30 Big Bang. 8.00 Big Bang. 8.30 MOVIE You Don’t Mess With The Zohan. (2008) (M) 10.45 Big Bang. 11.15 Big Bang. 11.45 Mad About You.

6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 To The Manor Born. 7.30 Call The Midwife. (M) 8.45 Agatha Christie’s Poirot. (M) 11.00 Silent Witness. (MA15+)

6pm Hogan’s Heroes. 6.30 Happy Days. 7.30 David Attenborough’s Planet Earth. (PG) 8.30 Undercover Boss. (PG) 9.30 Todd Sampson’s Body Hack. (M) 10.30 VF Confidential. (M) 11.30 Hogan’s Heroes.

6pm Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Raymond. 8.00 Rules Of Engagement. (PG) 8.30 Craig Ferguson: Just Being Honest. 10.00 The Graham Norton Show. (M) 11.00 James Corden.

7pm Spicks And Specks. 7.30 River Monsters. 8.20 Gruen XL. 9.05 The IT Crowd. 9.30 Aaron Chen Tonight. 10.15 Live At The Apollo. 11.00 Housemates. 11.30 Plebs. 11.55 Plebs.

6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 The Durrells. (PG) 8.30 Murdoch Mysteries. (M) 11.30 Bargain Hunt.

6pm American Pickers. 7.00 American Restoration. 7.30 Bloopers. 8.30 Car Crash TV. (PG) 9.00 Family Guy. (M) 9.30 American Dad! (M) 10.00 ScreenPLAY. 10.30 Family Guy.

6pm Regular Show. 6.30 Adv Time. 7.00 The Middle. 7.30 Survivor: Heroes V Healers V Hustlers. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE The Whole Nine Yards. (2000) (M) 10.30 WWE Raw. 11.30 Total Divas.

6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 To The Manor Born. (PG) 7.30 Secret Life Of Pets. (PG) 8.30 The Story Of Cats. (PG) 9.40 Embarrassing Bodies. (M)

6pm Hogan’s Heroes. 6.30 Happy Days. 7.00 Happy Days. 7.30 Car Crash Global: Caught On Camera. 8.30 Territory Cops. (PG) 9.00 MOVIE Braddock: Missing In Action III. (1988) (MA15+)

6pm Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Raymond. 7.30 Raymond. (PG) 8.00 Rules Of Engagement. (PG) 8.30 Sex And The City. (MA15+) 10.30 Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. 11.30 James Corden.

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6pm For The Love Of Dogs. (PG) 6.30 Mighty Ships. (PG) 7.30 Walking Through History. (PG) 8.30 Escape To The Country. 10.30 Escape To The Continent. 11.45 Mighty Ships.

MONDAY

7pm Spicks And Specks. 7.30 Penn & Teller: Fool Us. 8.15 Would I Lie To You? (PG) 8.45 Live At The Apollo. (M) 9.30 The IT Crowd. 9.55 Aaron Chen Tonight. 10.40 That ’70s Show.

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ARIES (MAR 21-APR 20)

TAURUS (APR 21-MAY 21)

GEMINI (MAY 22-JUN 21)

If you blurt out the first thing on your mind on Wednesday or Thursday, then you’ll spend the rest of the week patching up the problems you’ve created. So strive to be more strategic; think before you speak; and avoid raising sensitive subjects.

This week, with Mercury and Jupiter joining forces in your relationship zone, have the confidence to say what’s really on your mind. Other people may not agree with your comments, but they will respect you for being open, honest and authentic.

Thursday’s new moon lights up your creativity zone, which highlights self-expression and entertainment. Friendships are favoured, as you share fun activities together. But tread carefully with an unpredictable parent or a tearaway teenager.

CANCER (JUN 22-JUL 23)

LEO (JUL 24-AUG 23)

VIRGO (AUG 24-SEP 23)

Motivation is high on Monday, when you’re ready to tackle a project that’s been on the backburner. It’s also time to get talking with a frustrated family member, as the new moon encourages you to view things from their perspective.

It’s time for listless lions to get your mojo back as Saturn gives you an energy boost. Making lucky connections via social media is favoured, and vigorous physical exercise will also put you in a positive (and frisky) frame of mind.

Mars is marching through your sign, so it’s time to be bold and brave, as you tackle challenges with extra vim and vigour. Caring for loved ones will leave you with a warm inner glow. Thursday’s new moon motivates you to be more financially savvy.

LIBRA (SEP 24-OCT 23)

SCORPIO (OCT 24-NOV 22)

SAGITTARIUS (NOV 23-DEC 21)

This week’s new moon is the perfect time for a makeover or a wardrobe revamp. Your motto is from birthday great, legendary actress Sarah Bernhardt: “Life begets life. Energy creates energy. It is by spending oneself that one becomes rich.”

Wednesday is fabulous for business, social and educational activities when Mercury and Jupiter link up in Scorpio. But your usual routine is likely to get shaken and stirred this week, especially at work. A health issue could demand to be addressed.

The Mercury/Jupiter connection increases your natural sparkle. So aim to be generous rather than garrulous. Be inspired by Sagittarian writer George Eliot: “Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together.”

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PISCES (FEB 20-MAR 20)

Monday is marvellous for powering through projects. But unpredictable Uranus stirs up your career and home zones on Thursday. So prepare for work worries, domestic dramas or family fiascos. Your dry sense of humour will see you through!

It’s time to create your preferred future and follow your destiny. Don’t be dismayed by temporary setbacks and stressful delays! The universe is testing your determination to stick to your desired course and keep the dream alive.

Thursday night’s new moon lights up your lust zone, so you can look forward to a rendezvous with your sweetheart. Mercury and Jupiter activate your travel zone, so some flirtatious communication with a sexy foreigner is likely for some singles.

Solve all the clues and reveal the eight-letter word spelled down the middle of the grid.

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Part of a flower On your marks, get –, –! Book series: – to Give You Goosebumps Character in The Lion King Book: The – Musketeers Disney movie with Timothy Q. Mouse A bird of prey Porky Pig‘s line: “That’s all –!”

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JUNIOR X-WORD: Petal, Set Go, Tales, Simba, Three, Dumbo, Eagle, Folks (POTATOES)

CROSSWORD: ACROSS: 1 Allow 4 Debacle 8 Elm 9 Dirigible 10 Blurred 11 Allot 13 Clinch 15 Beaver 18 Wheat 19 Abstain 21 Bulldozer 23 How 24 Repulse 25 Pansy Down: 1 Acerbic 2 Limousine 3 Wader 4 Deride 5 Baggage 6 Cub 7 Elect 12 Leviathan 14 Citadel 16 Runaway 17 Dazzle 18 Weber 20 Scrap 22 Lap

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THE LAST WORD

FAST ROAD TO SPIRITUAL RENEWAL Richard O’Leary tries the age old tradition of fasting in the hope of receiving a great revelation.

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his is probably the first and only time you will see Gandhi and Richard O’Leary in the same sentence, but the Indian independence leader and I finally have something in common – we have both fasted. Sure, Gandhi undertook 17 fasts during his quest to free his country from British rule, the longest lasting 21 days, and I’m only 20 hours into my first – and my refusal to take food for a day is spurred by nothing more than curiosity – but hey, I’ll take any association I can get with the great man. I became interested in fasting after reading an article that claimed it provides physical and spiritual renewal. To be honest, it appeared to be a pretty drastic step for someone who has never even attempted the 40-hour famine, but what the heck, how can you put a price on enlightenment? Now this is nothing new, people have been fasting since time immemorial –

although to be fair, not always through choice. Pythagoras, the Greek mathematician who discovered that the square of the hypotenuse of a right angled triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides, was an early advocate of its virtues. Who am I to argue with a bloke who has a thereom named after him? Fasting has played an important part in every major religion (with the exception of Zoroastrianism which bans the practice), with it linked to self-control and selfrevelation. Judaism has Yom Kippur, Muslims fast during the month of Ramadan, while Roman Catholics traditionally fasted intermittently during the 40 days of Lent – the period of time Jesus is said to have endured the temptations of Satan in the desert. But a closer connection with God is not the only positive of the increasing number of followers of fasting.

Some studies have suggested fasting may lower blood pressure, reduce cholesterol and help lose weight. But a quick Google search reveals other experts say it can cause heartburn, trigger headaches and actually put on the kilos. For me it has been an interesting test of my willpower and capacity to take on a challenge. For most of the day I haven’t been hungry, although I have found my mind racing at different times, no doubt facilitated by caffeine on an empty stomach. So far there’s been no life-changing discovery about myself, but it has been interesting to observe how much of my eating pattern is determined by habit rather than any real desire to put food in my mouth. But with 12 hours to go, I’m still hopeful that some secret may yet be revealed to me. Deep down I’m hoping it’s something that may see a theorem named after me. olearylastword@gmail.com

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