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ISSUE 505 June 22, 2018




ho are we? What is it exactly that makes up this region that we call home? Sure, we have beautiful beaches – some of the finest in the world if you ask me – and a stunning hinterland. There is growth in the health, education and construction industries, but all this aside, what is it that shapes the Sunshine Coast community? This is the question deputy editor Leigh Robshaw investigates in this week’s feature story. She spent hours delving into the recently released facts and figures that have come from the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2016 Census. With some added help from the Sunshine Coast Council, we have been able to paint a pretty clear picture of the people who make up this wonderful part of the world. It’s an interesting snapshot into the lives we lead. To find out more, turn to the story on page 12. Meanwhile, journalist Roxanne McCarty-O’Kane has been busy reporting on two important events. Environmental group Take 3 is calling on locals to hit the Mooloolaba beach on June 23 for a huge clean up, while on June 29, residents are being asked to don a red nose in the name of a good cause. Each day nine children under the age of four die unexpectedly from causes such as SIDS and stillbirth. The annual Red Nose Day campaign aims to reduce this number to zero. Turn to page 18 to find out how you can help. Until next week, take care.


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ON THE MOVE Where do you live? In beautiful Buderim where there are views of the ocean and mountain ranges, stunning old forest trees and moss-dappled streams trickling through rainforest gullies. Buderim has many old heritage areas, and still manages to retain a friendly village atmosphere.

When was the last time you played sport? Swimming, hiking and sailing sounds about right for me. Swimming is a regular feature in my sporting life.

First job? I was a trainee nurse in my early years, followed by marriage and the beginning of an amazing journey that would shape the passage of my life.

Favourite place on the Sunshine Coast? There are many beautiful places but I do love the lighthouse lookout at Point Cartwright and the Range.

What are you currently working on? Today it would be reasonable to say I am involved in a project very close to my heart. The establishing and running of Cansurvive, a cancer charity, which was registered in 1995. Our aim was to support those in need by providing researched information into the field of non-invasive holistic-based cancer therapies. We are tucked away in a secluded four-acre rainforest property close to the delightful old country township of Nambour.

If you could change one thing on the Sunshine Coast, what would it be? Introduce a full capacity hydrofoil service covering the Coast from Noosa to Brisbane. Australia is an island – it’s a no-brainer not to consider this, as traffic congestion is appalling,

Best advice you’ve been given? A great quote from a Buddhist nun: “If you haven’t anything good to say about someone, keep your mouth shut.” Good advice!

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“If you haven’t anything good to say about someone, keep your mouth shut”


Your family includes… The gossamer web of family has delightfully expanded over the years, which includes my three children John, Deidre and Mark, their fun and spirited family members, the Clan – my eight grandchildren. Having spent my childhood in the Highlands of Scotland, the Clan seems a fitting name to give to this, my wonderful extended family.

Your greatest regret? Not being brave enough, when I should have said no instead of yes.

What achievement are you most proud of? My beautiful family, and being alive and loving life. You are happiest when? I am having a relaxed and fun day with family and friends. If you could tell your 18-year-old self anything, what would it be? Have faith. Your instincts won’t let you down. Believe in yourself.

First car? An old 1950s Studebaker. What are you reading? Rumours of Rain by André Brink. It’s a novel based in South Africa.

Eve Williamson is the co-founder and president of Cansurvive Research Centre. She lived in Malaysia as a young bride of an RAAF pilot, followed by Hong Kong where she ran businesses ranging from fitness and health to meditation and yoga. She also ran an interior design company furnishing apartments for incoming expats. A second marriage took her to Belgium for three years. A personal cancer challenge brought her to where she is today.

Can you nominate a day in your life that was a turning point? Being challenged with cancer and finding the right road signs to lead me to healing and health.

If you could having dinner with any three people, who would they be? Professor Brian Cox, Dr Charlie Teo and Richard Branson.

Favourite song? Fields of Gold sung by Eva Cassidy or Sting. It is hard to pick just one.

If you won $1 million, how would you spend it? Have a fab holiday, invest 50 per cent and share the remainder with my family.

What are you watching? I have always had an unending curiosity about the Solar System and life beyond the planet we live on. Professor Brian Cox presents a fascinating glimpse into this particular subject.

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The Sunshine Coast Council area population is expected to grow from its current 319,500 to 386,692 by 2026.


OUR PLACE No wonder tourists flock to our region in the thousands. The Sunshine Coast experiences, on average, 300 days of sunshine a year. Lucky us! Do you have an interesting fact or short tale about the Sunshine Coast region? Email me:


QUOTE OF THE WEEK “Conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth.” – John F. Kennedy


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1633 – Galileo Galilei is forced by the Catholic Church to recant his views that the Earth orbits the sun. 1982 – Prince Charles and Princess Diana take newborn son Prince William home from hospital. 1984 – Richard Branson’s Virgin Atlantic Airways begins operations with a flight from Gatwick to Newark.

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HOW THE COAST HAS CHANGED IN 10 YEARS The Census provides an interesting snapshot of who we are here on the Coast, and how our population is gradually changing. We compared the statistics between 2016 and 2006 to see what the numbers revealed. WORDS: Leigh Robshaw.

“The Sunshine Coast Council expects our population to increase to 386,692 by 2026, at an annual growth rate of 2.5 per cent”


lot can change in 10 years. Here on the Sunshine Coast, we’ve been experiencing growth on an unprecedented scale and about 20 new residents are settling here every day. People moving to the Coast cite our laid-back lifestyle, reasonable property prices compared to the southern states, community spirit and of course, spectacular beaches as reasons for their move. The Sunshine Coast’s metamorphosis from a sleepy collection of disconnected small towns to a vibrant tech-savvy, connected and cosmopolitan region has made Australia sit up and take notice. We’ve compared the statistics from the 2016 Census with the 2006 Census and discovered some interesting insights into how we’ve changed in 10 years. (Note: while Noosa was part of the Sunshine Coast local government area in 2006, it de-amalgamated in 2016 and our figures have been adjusted to reflect the Sunshine Coast excluding Noosa). In 2006, the population of the Sunshine Coast local government area was 236,654 compared to 303,389 in 2016. That’s an increase of 28 per cent, or an extra 66,735 people. The Sunshine Coast Council expects our population to increase by about 83,300 people to 386,692 by 2026, at an average annual growth rate of 2.5 per cent. Interestingly, 20 per cent of our population in 2016 was born overseas compared with 18 per cent in 2006. The number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living on the Coast is significantly lower than other parts of Australia. In 2006 they comprised 1.2 per cent of the population compared to 2.3 per cent in

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Population 303,389 (2006: 236,654) Australia. In 2016, that figure was 1.9 per cent compared to 2.8 percent in Australia. The Sunshine Coast has always been a popular retirement area, and why not? Our climate, natural environment and easygoing pace of life are unsurpassed. The largest demographic is the over 65s and this has grown from 16 per cent in 2006 to 20 per cent in 2016. No wonder we’re seeing so many over 50s villages springing up across the Coast. Under 15s are the next largest demographic, but this has dropped from 20 per cent in 2006 to 18 per cent in 2016. The median age was 40 in 2006 and 43 in 2016. If you’re a young single woman who reckons there’s a lack of available guys on the Coast, you may have a point. Women outnumber men, comprising 52 per cent of the population compared with men at 48 per cent in 2016, and these percentages haven’t changed much in the past decade. Half the population over 15 is also officially off the market. In 2016, 50 per cent of people over 15 were in a registered marriage and 11 per cent were in a de facto marriage, compared with 53 per cent and 10

per cent in 2006. There are more couples without children than with children, but the figures are pretty close. In 2016, 27 per cent of couples had children and 30 per cent didn’t, compared with 26 per cent with children and 29 per cent without in 2006. The average family has two children and they’re likely to go to a state school, though state school attendance on the Coast has been falling. In 2006, 72 per cent of students went to a state primary school and 66 per cent went to a state high school. In 2016, those figures dropped to 70 per cent at state primary schools and 62 per cent at state high schools.

Median age

43 years (2006: 40 years) Sunshine Coasters love getting active in the great outdoors, but we also love relaxing at home, and the majority of us are homeowners. Of the 129,978 dwellings on the Coast, 32 per cent were owned outright in 2016 (34 per cent in 2006) and 31 per cent were owned with a mortgage (29 per cent in 2006.) But having that home, sweet home is getting more expensive. The average monthly mortgage has risen in the past 10 years, from



(2006: 53 per cent)

$1300 in 2006 to $1800 in 2016. The percentage of people renting hasn’t changed, staying at 28 per cent in 2006 and 2016, and if you’re renting on the Coast, you’re probably doing it tougher than other areas of Australia. The percentage of people on the Sunshine Coast with rental payments greater than or equal to 30 per cent of household income is 35 per cent, compared with 29 per cent in Queensland and 28 per cent in Australia. Our median rent of $370 is substantially higher than Queensland’s median rent ($330) and Australia’s median rent ($335). In 2006, the average weekly rent was just $240 – an increase of 54 per cent. When it comes to the types of homes we live in, low density housing is the most popular, but is making way for higher density housing. In 2016, 70 per cent of people lived in low density housing or separate dwellings compared with 74 per cent in 2006. Only 17 per cent lived in medium density housing, but that figure is up from 15 per cent in 2006, and 10 per cent are in high density housing, up from six per cent in 2006. Our incomes have increased in the past 10 years, but not as much as we’d like. In 2016, the median weekly household income was $1267 compared with $898 in 2006. Religious affiliation was an area that saw big changes.

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34% (2006: 22 per cent) Afrikaans, Italian and Mandarin. The number of people over 15 in full-time work has dropped slightly over the past 10 years, from 32 per cent in 2016 to 30 per cent in 2016, while the number of over 15s hasn’t changed, remaining at 22 per cent. What we do for a crust hasn’t changed a lot, though professionals are on the rise. In 2006, 17 per cent were technicians and tradies (16 per cent in 2016), 16 per cent were professionals (19 per cent in 2016), 13 per cent were managers (12 per cent in 2016), 13 per cent were clerical and administrative workers (13 per cent in 2016), sales workers and labourers comprised 12 per cent (12 per cent and 10 per cent in 2016) and 10 per cent were community and personal service workers (12 per cent in 2016). Finally, we conducted our own survey and 100 per cent of respondents agreed the Sunny Coast is still the best place in the world to live! Special thanks to Paul McKinlay at Sunshine Coast Council for his assistance in compiling these statistics.

MEET A TYPICAL SUNSHINE COAST FAMILY ACCORDING TO THE STATISTICS Fiona Howett is 42, husband Jason is 44, their sons Oliver 10, and Locky nine, go to a state school and they all love surfing. They live one street away from the beach at Warana. The couple moved to the Sunshine Coast from Melbourne in 2003 and married in 2006. Mr Howett works full-time in insurance and his wife works part-time as a homestay coordinator and international student liaison officer at Mountain Creek State High School. Like many other Sunshine Coasters, they have a dog, Maggie, and two cars. Mr Howett works from home with occasional trips to the office in Brisbane. He prefers to drive to Landsborough or Morayfield and catch the train rather than tackle the Bruce Highway. “The weather was a big reason why we moved here,” says Mrs Howett. “We just packed our car up and drove the whole east coast from Melbourne to New South Wales and were going to go as far as Noosa. We stopped at Mooloolaba, saw the beach and the barbecue area and the little shops and how rustic they were, and we thought, oh my god, this is like a holiday. We thought, let’s just stop here.” They initially lived at Alexandra Headland and Mrs Howett managed a restaurant before landing a marketing and promotions job at Hot 91.1FM the year it launched. They then moved to Buddina, followed by their current home in Warana, 300 metres from the beach. “In our street we have like, 10 kids, and they’re all down at the beach in the afternoon having a swim. The kids hardly ever have organised playdates, they just go from house to house and a lot of the time they’re outside kicking the ball or begging us to go for a surf. When we’re at the beach, I’m just sitting there thinking, oh my gosh, do they realise how amazing this is? “One of the things that’s kept me from wanting to move anywhere else is we have a real sense of community here,” she says. “Everybody helps everybody and I get a mushy feeling about the Sunshine Coast. When I go back to Melbourne and tell them

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In 2006 the largest religious group was Anglicans, comprising 22 per cent of the population, with an equal number citing ‘no religion’. Catholics were the third most populous group, comprising 20 per cent. In 2016 34 per cent of people identified as having ‘no religion’ – a 12 per cent increase. Catholics are the next largest group at 18 per cent and Anglicans at 17 per cent. English was the dominant language at 92 per cent in 2006 but this dropped to 89 per cent in 2016. In 2006, the five most common languages spoken at home (other than English) were German, Italian, Dutch, French and Spanish. In 2016, it was German, French,

Oliver, Maggie, Fiona, Locky and Jason Howett of Warana ‘in our street we do this’, they’re amazed – they don’t even know their neighbours. Mr Howett and the boys are keen surfers and in summer, are up between 5.30am and 6am to head to the beach. “My boys are the typical Australian boys who live by the beach, play guitar, skateboard and play soccer and AFL – we will not take the Victorian part out of us. “I try to get to the beach every morning with my dog and I do a morning video for my family scattered around the world – my brother is in Hong Kong, another brother is in London – I’m trying to convince them to move here. My parents are moving here in a couple of weeks.” Mrs Howett has noticed the amount of vacant land on the Sunshine Coast dwindling and lots of new infrastructure in the Buddina area, and while she’s happy with the increase in cultural activities on the Coast, she’d like better public transport. “A better transport system would mean we don’t have to drive everywhere and parents don’t have to drive kids everywhere.

“They say our bus system is great, but I think it could be better. “Traffic has increased in the past 10 years, but I don’t want to say the word ‘traffic’, because all you need to do is go to Melbourne or Sydney and you’re slapped in the face with what traffic really is. “I don’t know if it’s because of social media or because the place is getting bigger, but there’s definitely a vibe going on. People are creating bigger and better events and it seems like the budgets are getting bigger. “When I first got here I struggled a bit, I was a city girl and loved it. It took me a while to settle in. It was much slower, the birds chirped all the time, it was so frustrating. “You feel guilty staying in bed here. I used to love sleeping in, but now I couldn’t imagine it any other way. I keep reminding the kids how amazing it is, because they’ve had it all their life. “I just breathe in that air and look at that ocean and think, this is the only way to start the day.”


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RED NOSE MARKS 30 YEARS OF LIFE-SAVING RESEARCH Nine children under four die unexpectedly every day and Red Nose Day is working to reduce that number to zero. WORDS: Roxanne McCarty-O’Kane.


ustralian model and former Miss Universe contestant Laura Csortan is a familiar face at red carpet events, but this month she is ditching her ususal high-end fashion and will be sporting a look with a difference. And, while the television personality has been goofing around with a red nose once a year for as long as she can remember, when she became a mother in late 2016, the Red Nose Day campaign took on a much more serious note. Every day in Australia, nine children under the age of four die suddenly and unexpectedly, with causes including stillbirth, SIDS and fatal sleep accidents. Red Nose’s goal is to reduce this number to zero. As an ambassador for the charity that works tirelessly to reduce sudden and unexpected death in infancy, Ms Csortan says the cause is one that is very close to her heart. She and 18-month-old daughter Layla will join thousands of people around the country in marking the 30th anniversary of Red Nose Day on June 29. “With a little one of my own, I couldn’t think of a worse thing to happen. The more research we can fund the better, as the statistics we see today are heartbreaking,” she tells My Weekly Preview. “It just gives me goosebumps to think about anything happening to an innocent life without the parents even knowing.” Ms Csortan, who is a regular on The Morning Show and presented on The Great Outdoors for seven years, says she relied heavily on the information from Red Nose to learn the best safe sleeping practices for her daughter and still checks on her regularly throughout the night.

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Laura Csortan with daughter Layla Earlier this year, Red Nose launched the safe sleep eLearning program for childcare providers, the latest initiative made possible due to the generous donations of everyday Australians. Red Nose National Scientific Advisory Group Chair Professor Rosemary Horne says Red Nose professionals are the experts in safe sleeping practices and the eLearning program is available in addition to the information sheets and brochures which provide parents and health professionals with the latest scientific evidence for safely sleeping babies. “It will ensure that every child care educator who completes the program will be able to sleep infants in their care safely, in line with Red Nose’s evidence-based recommendations for reducing the risk of

sudden and unexpected death in infancy, including SIDS and fatal sleep accidents,” she says. Funds raised through Red Nose Day activities go to Red Nose’s advocacy and research programs into the causes of all sudden, unexplained and preventable childhood deaths, educating the community on safe sleeping practices, and supporting families who have been devastated by the sudden and unexpected death of a child. The organisation’s work in critical research and education programs has seen an 85 per cent decrease in sudden unexpected deaths in infancy (SUDI) in Australia, saving an estimated 9967 lives. However, there is so much more that needs to be done to reduce these deaths to zero, and Red Nose relies heavily on public support of its official day to continue its important work. “Trying to beat sudden unexpected infant deaths is an ongoing battle and while it all comes to a head on June 29 with Red Nose Day, it would be absolutely fantastic if people supported Red Nose throughout the year by



donating to the cause,” Ms Csortan says. There are many ways you can get involved on Red Nose Day. You can buy products including the iconic red noses, car noses, truck noses, adorable plush toy characters as well as pens and wristbands from Big W, Spotlight, CUA or from the organisation’s website. You can set up your own fundraising page through RedNoseDay2018 or host a Little Rockers Red Nose Disco at your school or sporting club, which comes with access to a special iHeartRadio soundtrack. Simply raising awareness of the cause on social media will also go a long way. You can use the tags #ninetozero and #rednosedayoz. By supporting Red Nose Day, you will help fund research into the causes of stillbirth and SUDI, life-saving education with a track record of reducing the risks and bereavement support for the up to 60 people who are impacted by the death of just one child.

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• There were 5015 SUDI deaths between 1989 and 2016. • In that same time period, there has been an 85 per cent decrease in the rate of SUDI deaths. • This means 9967 lives have been saved since risk reduction campaigns began. • More than $16.8 million has been invested by Red Nose to date for research. SOURCE: RED NOSE

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The latest in the monthly Stories of Hope series will see a former UK investigator and stroke survivor and a former NRL player share their inspirational journeys with those keen for a touch of hope. Shelagh Brennand was a busy wife and mother working as an independent private investigator after 25 years as a police officer, when she was struck down by a stroke at just 49 years of age. Matt Adamson (pictured) was a professional rugby league player. After experiencing his own struggles post football and seeing many of his mates battle with mental health issues and depression, he has been a mentor to men of all ages over the past few years. Hear their stories at the Sands Tavern in Maroochydore on June 26 at 7pm.

BAREFOOT BOWLS DAY Club Kawana is hosting a barefoot bowls fundraising event to support Give Me 5 For Kids, a fundraiser for Wishlist. You are invited to join the annual charity bowls day on June 24 from 2pm to 4pm and go barefoot on the bowling greens for a game of friendly social bowls. There will be plenty of prizes to be won throughout the day with monster raffles boasting exclusive signed sporting memorabilia, jewellery and hampers. There will also be live entertainment in the club from 2pm. To register, contact Celina on 5493 1233 or email

BUILD UNIVERSITY SKILLS WITH FREE COURSE The University of the Sunshine Coast is offering a free two-day course to inspire people to take their first steps towards new study and career pathways. USC will run University Skills for the Community, also known as US4C, at its Sunshine Coast campus on June 26 and 27. USC spokesperson Veronica Sanmarco says the course is designed for adults who have not studied formally or not completed high school and want to brush up on their academic skills. “The program will help to demystify university for those who are unsure about what tertiary study involves,” she says. Workbooks are provided free of charge and there are no tuition costs. To register, email or call 5430 2893.



While the Sunshine Coast Council’s temporary carpark on the former northern Mooloolaba caravan park site now offers 124 four-hour parking spaces, more parking is still needed in central Mooloolaba. The extra regulated parking areas have been requested by Mooloolaba businesses. A proposed local law amendment allows private carpark owners to approach the council and request regulated parking in their buildings. The proposal, which includes a combination of both council-owned land and privately-owned carparks in the Mooloolaba area, will be open for community feedback until July 15. To have your say, visit

TRAMFEST GEARS UP TO OFFER FAMILY FUN Nambour is set to come alive once again for its free street party, Tramfest, on June 23. Enjoy a wonderful evening of food, stalls and free entertainment on the tracks on Howard Street, starting at 5pm. The Rockin Rejects will kick off the entertainment on the Claytons music stage, followed by Girl Friday. Ghosts of Cloudland will be back by popular demand to wrap up the evening. Dinner is sorted thanks to a selection of stalls selling delicious food for a range of tastes. The Cane Bin Pop-up Bar will be serving drinks until 9pm and there will be entertainment for the kids, as well as craft stalls. Tramfest is more than just a great family event in the heart of Nambour, it also serves to raise money for the Nambour Tram.

























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YOUNG STARS BREAKTHRU AT MUSIC AND DANCE COMP The Breakthru School Music and Dance Competition held at Sunshine Plaza saw talented youngsters wow onlookers. A record 570 primary and secondary singers, dancers and musicians participated in the four competition heats, with the 12 best performing acts – as voted by the public and competition judges – competing in the grand final in the hopes of sharing in the $30,000 prize pool. North Arm State School took out the Primary Music category and Brightwater State School won the Primary Dance category. At the secondary level, Suncoast Christian College student Jack Barclay (pictured) won the Music category and Nambour State College took out the Dance category.

FORMER COAST LOCAL WINS ACCOLADES FOR ACTING ROLE Former Sunshine Coast student Josh Kieser continues to reel in national and international acting awards for his role in the short film Papercut. Mr Kieser, who studied at Chancellor State College, has won international awards for his role as Kane in the acclaimed short film, including Best Actor at the Rainbow Umbrella Film Festival in London and the Actors Awards in Los Angeles. He has also won Best Actor awards at the Gold Movie Awards, The Monkey Bread Tree Film Awards and the Top Indie Film Awards as well as the Best Supporting Actor at the Melbourne City Independent Film Awards. Mr Kieser is now working towards securing a new film project to sink his teeth into.

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TRAIL RUN COMPLETED Paramedic Rhys Greedy (left) and personal trainer Ryan O’Neal set out on June 10 to run the gruelling 96-kilometre Kokoda Trail in 30 hours. The Sunshine Coasters managed to conquer their personal challenge in 32 hours and 30 minutes and have raised $12,360 for Wishlist to buy a Lucas CPR machine for use at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital. The challenge was dedicated to Mr O’Neal’s late father Pete, who died following a heart attack in August last year. It’s not too late to donate to their fundraising drive, visit au/heartandsoul.

Sunshine Coast business Praesidium Global has been awarded a $2-million Australian Defence Force contract for four unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) for the ADF to be used as part of a 12-month trial. The UGVs will enhance the army’s capability through assisting soldiers with a range of manual handling tasks. The contract is a big win for MP Andrew Wallace’s Fisher Defence Industry Initiative. Praesidium Global CEO David Baird says the “mules” will be loaned to army units for testing and evaluation in military exercises at Shoalwater Bay in June next year.

MEGA-DREADS GET THE CHOP FOR CANCER Coast local Rohann Balfour took the plunge in the name of charity, recently shaving off the 65 dreadlocks he has been growing for 17 years in order to raise money for the Cancer Council Queensland. Mr Balfour’s mother Bonita was the inspiration for this feat and he had his dreadlocks cut off in front of a large crowd at the Nambour RSL Club on the weekend. The move has seen Mr Balfour raise more than $9400 of his $10,000 goal. To help him get over the line, you can donate at and search for Rohann’s Going Bald.

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DECKCHAIRS FRONTMAN GOES BEHIND THE SCENES Brisbane musician Tim Loydell of The Deckchairs fame has moved to Mooloolaba and started a new career in promoting slam poetry and spoken word performance. WORDS: Leigh Robshaw.


ou may know Tim Loydell from his years playing with his band The Deckchairs, stalwarts of the Solbar both at its original Coolum location and in Maroochydore. But with one member now living in Canada, Mr Loydell has been focusing his energies on new creative projects, working behind the scenes to promote slam poetry and spoken word performance in Australia and helping to spearhead a burgeoning Sunshine Coast scene. He moved to Mooloolaba from Brisbane a year ago and is enjoying a more laid-back lifestyle, saying he doesn’t miss his days as a full-time musician, which he says were demanding. “Maybe four years ago I took a break from music and started managing and promoting tours for artists like Akala from the UK. I don’t really perform much anymore, though I do have a studio at home. I’m enjoying curating now – I feel like it’s my creative outlet.” Mr Loydell formed The Writers Republic to promote performance poetry and has joined forces with Peripheral Arts, a regional arts organisation delivering storytelling programs across Queensland, to form The Bunker Collective for this year’s Horizon Festival. At last year’s Horizon, Mr Loydell ran the Words Collide program and Peripheral Arts ran Slam and Busk in the Bunker. This year they’ve amalgamated their programs to offer a combination of slam poetry and storytelling workshops and competitions to a number of locations around the Coast, and Mr Loydell is inviting anyone who wants to give it a go to come along and perhaps be inspired by performers already working in the field.

Man of many words: Tim Loydell “I’m bringing some international and Australian touring artists through,” he says. “Joelle Taylor is an award-winning poet from the UK and has been working in the industry for many years. We also have storytellers who will really help writers develop their materials. With slam poetry and spoken word events growing in popularity around Australia, Mr Loydell is passionate about seeing the scene develop more on the Sunshine Coast.

“I think for both Peripheral Arts and myself with Writers Republic, we’re really interested in capacity building, firstly on the Sunshine Coast but also in the Australian arts industry in a broader scope. “Our work in putting on these events and bringing in artists of a high calibre gives the local arts community the opportunity to be connected to and inspired by more experienced artists. “In the rest of Australia there’s really strong poetry and storytelling

communities. There’s not quite the same level of organisation around it here as there are in capital cities around Australia. The interest and appetite is there, but it’s not until regular events come along that a community really develops around this. “That’s what’s great about the Horizon Festival. We’ve got events at Sunshine Coast University, the Solbar, Palmwoods and Eumundi and we’re quite happy with that. There’s a lot happening in terms of the arts on the Sunshine Coast. It’s becoming an arts metropolis and that’s what Horizon Festival is all about – an arts festival that encompasses the entire coast and hinterland.” Mr Loydell says younger people tend to gravitate towards performance poetry while older generations are attracted to storytelling, but he encourages budding performers of all ages to try their hand at either one. “I think it’s a fantastic opportunity for anyone who has ever wanted to be a better storyteller or be a better poet,” he says. “You learn so much. Poetry and storytelling are an intrinsic part of humanity. Everything we do is storytelling, so come along, get involved and engage in something beautifully human.”

There are five spoken word and performance poetry workshops and competition heats starting on August 11 and culminating on September 1 at The Bunker, Imperial Hotel Eumundi. The Horizon Festival is on from August 24 to September 2, proudly supported by My Weekly Preview. For more information, visit

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Sunshine Coast locals are encouraged to do their bit for the earth’s oceans. WORDS: Roxanne McCarty-O’Kane.


f you haven’t heard of the Take 3 for the Sea movement, you may be living under a rock. The prolific not-for-profit organisation, which encourages people to pick up three items of rubbish every time they leave the beach or any waterway, started back in 2009 by surfing enthusiast Amanda Marechal, marine ecologist Roberta Dixon-Valk and environmentalist Tim Silverwood. Since then, they have educated more than 150,000 students, held more than 300 clean-up activities and amassed a global community of 150,000 people who helped collect two million pieces of rubbish last year. Sunshine Coast residents can now get a taste of how fulfilling it is to be part of this environmental community as Take 3 joins forces with AVID Property Group to host an exclusive screening of the film BLUE on June 22 followed by a beach clean-up at Mooloolaba on June 23. AVID Property Group Queensland general manager Bruce Harper says the team developing Harmony in Sippy Downs is committed to sustainability and the group is excited to join Take 3 in its mission to

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Tim Silverwood create a cleaner marine environment for future generations. “The Coast is home to some of Australia’s most beautiful beaches, so to protect these local icons from the reality of plastic pollution, we are encouraging the Sunshine Coast community to join us in taking three for the sea and come along to one of our local events,” he says. “Over the past few weeks, we have seen many residents and Sunshine Coast locals jump at the chance to get involved in our Take 3 events – the response has been overwhelmingly positive.”

Mr Silverwood, who will attend both events, says our ocean and marine life face a devastating future, unless communities take action today. “We are at a point in time where schools, businesses and the wider community need to all work together to protect the marine environment for our future,” he says. “Myself and the entire Take 3 team are thrilled to be partnering with a company that is committed to sustainability and spreading the message of reducing plastic pollution in our communities.”

The thought-provoking film will screen at the University of the Sunshine Coast in Room LT7, Building C on June 22 from 6.30pm with light refreshments provided. People can also register for the Community Clean Up Day on June 23 from 10am at Mooloolaba Beach.

Places are limited at both events. To register, visit take3forthesea. You can make a tax-deductible donation to Take 3 at

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Carly Byrne is among 119 students about to make their dreams become reality through TAFE Queensland.


n January 2017, the Sunshine Coast Health Institute (SCHI) opened its doors for the very first time, offering locals access to a unique and innovative study experience unlike anything previously offered in the region. Now nearly 18 months on, 119 students from TAFE Queensland’s nursing, aged care and health assistance courses are excitedly preparing for their graduation and the beginning of a rewarding career of caring for others.

Thirty-nine-year-old single mum-of-two Carly Byrne is among 36 Diploma of Nursing students participating in the first nursing class to graduate from their studies at SCHI this June, and could not be more excited to move on to the next stage of her career. Having juggled her studies with a part-time job, all while raising her two daughters, this is the moment she’s been waiting for. “As a mature woman and a single mum, I have to work to pay bills and look after my kids, so balancing my studies with that has been difficult. But I have loved studying, I enjoy the challenge, and there are stacks of women out there doing it, so why can’t I?” Carly said.

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“I’m so excited and so proud of myself for getting to this point. I can’t wait for this new chapter of my life – who knows where it will take me?” she said. Carly completed a Certificate IV in Justice Studies at TAFE Queensland’s Loganlea campus in 2012, preparing to pursue a career in the police force where she could give back to society. However, upon completing the qualification she realised she wanted to help people when they were most vulnerable and decided to change careers. After moving to the Sunshine Coast, Carly secured a job cooking in a local aged care facility and found herself inspired by the selflessness of the carers. “I saw the nurses and the amazing work they do and I just thought, ‘wow’,” Carly said. “Then they started building the Sunshine Coast University Hospital, so it seemed like the perfect time to do it,” she said.

five years between 2017 and 2022 (according to Labour Market Information Portal). In addition to that, with the opening of SCHI last year, Carly has had access to state-of-the-art educational facilities during her studies. “I chose to train at TAFE Queensland because my previous experience with them had been fantastic; they were so supportive and it was financially accessible too,” Carly said.

Studying on the same site as the Sunshine Coast University Hospital gave me a chance to make connections with the staff and you really felt a step closer to actually working there.

Carly’s decision was indeed well timed – with the new hospital service and the Sunshine Coast’s growing population, demand for skilled workers in the health and social assistance sector is forecast to grow by 9.6 per cent over the

“This experience has really blown me away. The facilities at SCHI are second-to-none, so having access to these resources as a TAFE Queensland student is amazing,” she said.

SCHI is one of the largest joint ventures of its kind on the Sunshine Coast and is a reflection of the partnership between Queensland Health, TAFE Queensland, University of the Sunshine Coast, and Griffith University. Boasting a 370-seat auditorium, 150seat lecture theatre, three clinical laboratories, e-learning labs and simulation suites containing state-of-the-art technology that replicate a variety hospital rooms, SCHI sees diploma and

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CHOOSE YOUR OWN WAY TO GREAT I chose to train at TAFE Queensland because my previous experience with them had been fantastic; they were so supportive and it was financially accessible too.


bachelor students cohabitate in a purpose-built training facility located in the Sunshine Coast Health Precinct. “Studying on the same site as the Sunshine Coast University Hospital gave me a chance to make connections with the staff and you really felt a step closer to actually working there,” Carly said. “I’ve been undertaking my placement at the hospital and it’s been amazing to be able to see how everything happens there and the sort of facilities they work with. While having the chance to train hands-on with patients has been my favourite part so far, it’s also been great getting to experience surgery and the incredible technology they use,” she said.

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Sami Muirhead is humbled by the generosity shown by locals across the Sunshine Coast for Wishlist fundraiser Give Me 5 For Kids.

Suzanne Loubris says we should approach relationships the way we approach sport – with rules, codes of conduct and a coach to help us succeed.


he generosity of the Coast always astounds me. The radio station where I work, Mix FM, is wrapping up its month-long appeal for Give Me 5 For Kids, a fundraiser for Wishlist. Wishlist is a juggernaut that has been running for decades and has raised millions of dollars for sick kids and to improve the quality of hospital stays for local children. Last week, as part of a raft of events, I teamed up with my colleague, Caroline, and we went head-to-head with the two boys we work with, Todd and Mark. We hit the streets of the Coast for 12 hours and collected as much cash as we could muster. It was a classic case of the battle of sexes and pitting the girls against the boys. And it was warfare. For weeks, there was trash talking and fun jibes and clandestine meetings between the genders. And in one day, a crazy $85,000 was raised. Somehow the girls got up and we managed to pull in $50,000, a figure I am still wrapping my head around. I hold no pretence; it is the power of the cause as to why so many are so happy to give. My Weekly Preview backed the boys by throwing $500 their way. Pink power threatened mutiny and they matched their offer with another $500 for the girls. And on it went in a similar fashion all day. One little girl, Ava, who is in Year 3, donated her $5 pocket money. Collin and Lauren, who own Foam and Rubber Industries, gave a whopping $15,000. The girls were challenged by one cheeky

Bli Bli family to do a backflip into their pool to collect a big fat juicy cheque. My lack of core strength was evident as I humiliated myself on the new Ninja Warrior course at the Big Boing centre in another outrageous challenge. And on it went. The sense of camaraderie was evident, as hundreds of people of all ages joined the fun. And the thing that made me the most humbled were the endless care packs from women across the Coast. Everywhere we went, mums and grandmums had made Caroline and myself homemade slices or sandwiches to keep our energy levels up. Mel and Tahlia Stagg donated a tin filled with $2 and $1 coins that added up to $501. Their family had spent the last year saving in that tin for a holiday to the Gold Coast. I struggled to find words for a mum with a terminally ill child who found time to arrange a fundraiser on the day. And one of my favourite stories of the day was Leon and Debbie from Southern Cross Sheds. Leon backed the boys and pledged $1000. Debbie was furious and swiftly behind her husband’s back donated $1500 to the girls because she refused to be outdone. Then all out warfare broke out as the couple rallied their suppliers and organised dozens more donations so in the end they were responsible for over $6000 being raised. The spirit of Give Me 5 continues to rally the Sunshine Coast and I have seen first-hand the passion we feel for this charity.

Sami Muirhead is a radio announcer, blogger and commentator. For more from Sami tune into Mix FM.

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not like there aren’t enough internet articles to help us out) and even went to a coach now and then to get some guidance. We could make sure our technique (in every sense) is working. We could learn how to communicate effectively about our differences. We could learn how to be present and listen to the important things our partner has to say. Maybe we’d learn to listen instead of

“I wonder how much pain we would save ourselves if only we set up a code of conduct” being distracted by TV, social media, phones and the butterfly that just flew past, because that’s what our partner needs. Imagine if we could (yeah, me too) be open to feedback. Imagine if we were prepared to change a few things and were prepared to let go of being ‘right’ about our point of view. We all know what it looks like when a player is determined to be ‘right’ on the sports field. No one wants to be that person.

Suzanne Loubris is a relationships counsellor and organisational psychologist. You’ll find her at Leah Dique & Associates in Nambour, or visit


ave you ever considered a relationship could be modelled on sports? Being South African, maybe I have seen too many rugby tackles in my life. Well, think about it. If you’re playing golf and you can’t hit the ball far enough, you get a coach to help you with your technique. If you play rugby, soccer, football or tennis, there are rules to follow. There’s a code of conduct for the team; you know what you’re meant to do for success and you throw your all into it. When you stuff up, your coach gives you feedback. You seek that feedback because you want to do a good job. If you’ve been in a bad team or you’ve had poor role models or a bad coach, you’re pleased when you find better ones. Why is it then that we enter into relationships with none of that wisdom? We assume that it will all go wonderfully well and it does, for the first year or two, when we are blinded by lust. But sadly, when it starts to go pear-shaped, we yell, cry, complain and sometimes separate. Imagine if, when we entered relationships, we had a rule book to follow and a coach to give us feedback. Well, we do. We have each other. Each relationship is unique. I wonder how much pain we would save ourselves, if only we (while we still liked each other), set up a code of conduct, talked about the rules that will make each of us happy (it’s

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Our global research counterparts now expect US 10-year bond yields to reach 3.3 per cent by December 2018, up from a previous forecast of 3.15 per cent. This forecast suggests a slower rate of increase in the second half of 2018, given the implied 30 basis points in the next six months compared with a 60-basis points rise in the year to date. We contrast this with Australian 10-year bond yields, where we expect a more

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he US 10-year Treasury bond yield has focused our recent attention, with the key interest rate indicator breaking the psychological barrier of three per cent to hit a multi-year high. It appears that bond yields have recently been influenced more by the rising oil price and technical factors, rather than economic fundamentals such as global growth and rising inflation which, on balance, have been weaker than expected. Technical reasons for the rise in bond yields include growing Treasury supply as the US Federal Government ramps up spending – the Trump effect. At the same time, demand from US companies to buy fixed interest is waning as cash is repatriated from overseas and used instead to buy back shares and make acquisitions.

“We would watch developments in the yield curve and the level of real interest rates” modest rise to 2.95 per cent by December, given the fiscal deficit has been kept under control and the Reserve Bank is more likely to keep its benchmark rate on hold this year. At this stage, we don’t believe another 30-basis points increase in US bond yields will dramatically alter economic conditions or presage a recession, but we expect more

volatility and the pace of equity market rallies to slow compared with previous years when interest rates were more accommodative. We would watch developments in the yield curve and the level of real interest rates – nominal interest rates adjusted for inflation – for any bearish signals. So far, the yield curve has flattened – where the gap between short (two-year) and long-term (10-year) yields narrows. But it hasn’t inverted – where short-term rates are higher than long-term rates (a scenario often viewed as signalling a pending recession). We note also that real interest rates are still well below levels seen before previous US recessions. Nevertheless, the anticipation of a further, gradual increase in US bond yields suggests staying underweight fixed income assets and being more selective on bondlike equities, while gaining leverage to a strengthening US dollar against the Australian dollar. Chris Harris is an authorised representative (no 435773) 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. Chris can be reached on 5430 4444.

LEADERSHIP ANNOUNCED The Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network (SCBWN) is forging ahead into the new financial year with a new committee at its helm. The 200-plus strong membership will be led by Roz White as president alongside Lizzie Henebery (vice president), Anita Owens (treasurer), Michelle Hamer (secretary), Kaitlyn Akers, Jackie Holt, Brenda Jamnik and Min Swan. This new committee will work to grow the network and continue to provide opportunities for SCBWN membership and partners, while delivering the mission of the network, which is to be the platform to empower and celebrate women to achieve in business. “I am delighted to be elected president of the network and absolutely thrilled to be supported by such a dynamic and experienced team of successful businesswomen,” says Mrs White.

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Ruby Rose: pushing beauty boundaries


Perms, lip gloss, glitter and blue eyeshadow – the eighties are making a comeback in the beauty world. High-voltage blue eyeshadow and eyeliner has been seen recently on celebrity influencers like Kim Kardashian and Jasmine Saunders and Pinterest has seen a 120 per cent increase in saves for ‘blue eyeshadow’ over the last year. Try:

Ruby Rose is an androgynous beauty with an edgy look that ensures she stands out from the Hollywood crowd. The Aussie beauty looks after her skin with daily cleansing and SK-II sheet masks and she loves to transform herself with makeup, always highlighting her strong eyebrows and gorgeous eyes. She’s the face of cosmetics brand Urban Decay and names its products, along with a few others, others, as her he favourites:




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1. Urban Decay Vice Lipstick in Native, $ $30 from Mecca Maxima. 2. Escentric Molecules Molecule 04 (100ml), $140 at Mecca Maxima. 3. Urban Decay Naked Eyeshadow Palette, $83 from Mecca Maxima. 4. Urban Decay Perversion Mascara, $38 at Mecca Maxima. 5. Urban Decay Brow Box in Blackout, $49 at Mecca Maxima, Sunshine Plaza.

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This Russian-born Sunshine Coast local is telling stories in her own unique way. WORDS: Roxanne McCarty-O’Kane.


inger-songwriter Innessa discovered a passion for poetry while doing homework in her native Russia. At the age of eight, she began rhyming sentences in her homework book and transformed them into poems. In her early teens she picked up a guitar and her poetry was given a new lease of life. Innessa’s musical journey began when she recorded her first album, a collection of quirky pop/rock songs, after arriving in Australian in 2010. The process was even more challenging for Innessa as she worked hard to translate her songs into English and write new material in this second language. “Later I discovered some multicultural folk festivals were looking for acts to represent other cultures, so I put together a side project of traditional East-European folk songs,” she says. “It was wonderful being able to sing in Russian again and have this great feedback from Australians. I spent two years focusing on this project but then felt I really missed songwriting and creating something new, alternative, non-traditional. That’s when I came up with the idea of combing my alternative originals with traditional Russian Folk.” Now living in Peachester, Innessa’s latest single, Golden Wreath, is the first song released in this new genre where East meets West in a magical doorway of sorts, and she says it holds a special place in her heart. “It is based on a traditional Russian folk song that I used to sing during my school years in a choir. The traditional version was about an old custom when a young girl walks with her wreath and then puts it onto the shoulder of the man she likes,” she says. “I adopted the melody but added my own lyrics and meaning to the song, keeping the golden wreath as a symbol of desire and passion. In my song, I follow my golden wreath (my passion) and overcome obstacles in search of my own destiny.” Innessa’s whimsical way with words

FAMILY FRIENDLY Peppa Pig, George and their friends are back in a brand-new live stage show, Peppa Pig’s Surprise. It’s a lovely day and Peppa is playing outside with her friends. Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig have got a surprise for her and her younger brother George but no matter how hard they try, they cannot guess what it is. Enjoy interactive fun, games and, of course, surprises with new songs and life-size puppets at The Events Centre, Caloundra on June 26 with shows at 12pm and 2pm. Tickets are $39.90 and are available at

recently earned her a finalist spot in the 2017 Queensland Music Awards. She has also released three studio albums and performed at some of Australia’s biggest folk festivals. To find out more, visit or check out Golden Wreath on iTunes, Spotify and other platforms.



Tucked away down an alleyway adorned with street art sits a little gem you may have missed on a recent trip to Mooloolaba. It’s 313 Social. This venue is a jack of all trades, starting out as a cafe from 7am each day with piping hot coffee and bagels aplenty, before it switches over to homemade pies and toasties for lunch. When the sun starts to set, 313 Social comes to life, transforming into a funky hangout bar with pinball, pool tables and a small half-pipe for those inclined to bring their skateboards. It has an atmosphere unlike anything else you have seen before on the Coast.

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Reef up your beef on Thursdays at the Beerwah Hotel. Dig into the delicious 250-gram Nolan’s rump and your choice of seafood topper for $28. Or you can add any seafood topper to your steak selection for an extra $5.


Club Kawana offers a range of steaks from just $15.90 every Thursday night from 5.30pm. And if that’s not enough to get your mouth watering, kids eat for free as well.


When you’re on the hunt for the perfect steak, you can’t go past Char Mooloolaba. Steak is Char’s specialty and the chefs use only the choicest cuts of aged grass-fed Tasmanian beef plus some of the highest graded Wagyu and Kobe beef available in Australia.

FOODIE FIND Did you know a delicious alcoholic ginger beer has been created in Maroochydore? Diablo is a crafty blend of 13 ingredients including herbs, spices and other natural ingredients. The mix of crisp ginger, fresh lime and the subtle balance of chilli gives Diablo Alcoholic Ginger Beer its distinctive taste, delivering refreshment and big flavour. It’s available on tap at venues throughout the Coast.

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ON THE HORIZON The organisers of Horizon Festival have revealed more tantalising events this week, with a touch of poetry, songs of endangered species and a taste of Cuba. If you love slam poetry and storytelling, you cannot miss The Bunker in Eumundi. Comprising an exceptionally talented group of local producers from Peripheral Arts and Writers Republic, The Bunker Collective has put together this special event series that will celebrate local stories and poetry through spoken word performance. Through a series of workshops and competition heats, The Bunker will culminate in a must-see competition event where local talent will battle it out alongside prominent national and international performers. Get into the vibe of carnival Cubanstyle during a workshop series with Upbeat Rhythms. Learn to master the drumming rhythm and sound of Cuba and you’ll have everyone dancing and joining in the conga line. Cuban Carnival Drumming is about celebrating community and bringing people together, plus you will have the opportunity to join the ‘Carnaval’ band and perform at the 2018 Maleny Music Festival – how cool is that! The inspiring Dangerous Song duo of Linsey Pollak and Lizzie O’Keefe are returning to Horizon this year with a poignant tribute to the animal species

Award-winning UK slam poet Joelle Taylor is appearing at The Bunker during Horizon who, at this moment, struggle for survival. In the beautiful surrounds of the Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Garden, Songs of Emzara combines the human voice with the haunting sounds of endangered animals, mirrored by the projection of images of our endangered planet. To experience the sounds of this duo tune in to Lyndon on 92.7 Mix FM at 9.30am on Wednesday June 27 and don’t forget to check out the website for more details on these amazing events. The Horizon Festival runs from August 24 to September 2. Find out more at


SHINING BRIGHT Those who missed out on seeing music icon Neil Diamond perform on the Sunshine Coast after his 50th anniversary tour was cancelled following a Parkinson’s diagnosis can still enjoy some of his hits when the Neil Diamond Show featuring Paul McKenna comes to town. You be singing along to songs like Cracklin’ Rosie, Kentucky Woman, Forever in Blue Jeans and the signature Sweet Caroline. A portion of all ticket sales for the show will go to Parkinson’s Queensland, a peak body and charity representing more than 70,000 Australians living with Parkinson’s disease. See Paul McKenna and his band at The Events Centre, Caloundra on June 23 at 8pm. Tickets are $65 adult or $60 concession and are available at



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Try these mouth-watering meals from some of the Coast’s best restaurants next time you’re eating out. SAND, SEAFOOD AND SALAD Order the panko prawns with crisp Asian slaw, toasted sesame seeds and coriander, with mint dressing, $20. Maroochy Surf Club, Maroochydore, 5443 1298,

SENSATIONAL SALADS Indulge in a delicious Caesar salad while overlooking beautiful waterways and manicured greens. It is served with crisp bacon, egg, parmesan and anchovies for $19 (members) or $19.50 (guests) with the choice of added chicken or smoked salmon. T on Course, Pelican Water Golf Club, 5437 5000,




MAKE MONDAY A SPECIAL NIGHT Why wait until the weekend when you can indulge in this $59 dinner special, which includes two mains and a bottle of house wine. Conditions apply. Wildflower Restaurant, Best Western Plus Lake Kawana Hotel, 5334 9500,

Michelle Brown & Carl Lynch, Caloundra RSL, 11am Caillin Malley, Alex Surf Club, 4.30pm Graeme Jensen, Caloundra Power Boat Club, 6pm 8 Ball Aitken & Band, Caloundra RSL, 6.15pm Mark Moroney, Parklands Tavern, 6.30pm East Coast Lows, Caloundra RSL, 6.30pm Harii, Brightwater Hotel, 6.30pm Rewind Duo, Club Kawana, 6.30pm Chris Ramsay, Imperial Hotel Eumundi, 6.30pm Terence Boyd Thallon, Solbar, 7pm Grid, Alex Surf Club, 7.30pm Mo Swagger, Maroochy Surf Club, 7.30pm Lecia Louise, Caloundra RSL, 7.45pm Richard Clapton, Caloundra RSL, 8pm Urban Flow Trio, The Surf Club Mooloolaba, 8pm Jack Carty & Gus Gardiner, Solbar, 8pm Woodsmash, Beerwah Hotel, 8.30pm To The Skies, Beerwah Hotel, 8.30pm Marshall O’Kell Band, Caloundra RSL, 9.30pm Jon Stevens, Caloundra RSL, 10pm Bourbon Street, Caloundra RSL, 11.15pm

SATURDAY, JUNE 23 WEDNESDAY NIGHT WINGS! Feast on Carolina barbecue glazed wings, battered fries and red cabbage slaw for $20 – it’s the perfect way to unwind after a long work day. Alex Surf Club, Alexandra Headland, 5443 6677,

MADE-TO-ORDER PIZZA Club Kawana offers fresh, made-to-order pizzas at the cafe from just $11.90 seven days a week, 10am till late. Club Kawana, Wurtulla, 5493 1233,


tooth! No matter what time of the day it is, there is always room for dessert. Try this warm mocha pudding with vanilla bean double cream and strawberries for $9. Peregian Beach Hotel, Peregian, 5448 3111,


FINE DINING BY THE WATER Ebb has new owners. Boasting stunning water views and a delicious menu, try the two-course lunch for $39, available Wednesday to Sunday. Dinner is Friday and Saturday. Ebb Waterfront Restaurant, Maroochydore, 5452 7771,

BREAKFAST WITH VIEWS Forget cooking on a Sunday morning – treat yourself to a Buderim Tavern breakfast and some of the best views of the Coast. Choose from Spanish baked breakfast, eggs benedict or indulge in the waffles with banana, strawberry and Canadian maple syrup and much more. Open every Sunday 8am to 10am Buderim Tavern, Buderim, 5453 3777,

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Brown Trouts, Imperial Hotel Eumundi, 12pm Col Finley, Caloundra RSL, 12.30pm Tim Griffin, Caloundra RSL, 2.30pm Lecia Louise, Caloundra RSL, 4.15pm Steve Hargreaves, Alex Surf Club, 4.30pm Matty Rogers, Caloundra RSL, 6.15pm Sister C, Dicky Beach Surf Club, 6.30pm Bondi Cigars, Caloundra RSL, 6.30pm MoonCoin, Caloundra Power Boat Club, 6.30pm Nick Rolfe, Club Kawana, 6.30pm Jay Bishoff, Imperial Hotel Eumundi, 6.30pm B-Syde, Solbar, 7pm Brian Carlon Duo, Alex Surf Club, 7.30pm Limerick, Imperial Hotel Eumundi, 7.30pm Hurricane Duo, Maroochy Surf Club, 7.30pm The Steele Syndicate, Solbar, 8pm Mason Rack Band, Caloundra RSL, 8pm Russel Morris, Caloundra RSL, 8pm Old Skool, The Surf Club Mooloolaba, 8pm The Shine, Beerwah Hotel, 8.30pm The Febs, Palmwoods Hotel, 8.30pm The Lions Den, Noosa RSL, 8.30pm Ash Grunwald, Caloundra RSL, 9.45pm The Black Sorrows, Caloundra RSL, 10pm

RELAXED DINNER DATE Whether you want tapas and drinks overlooking the pool or a relaxed dinner date, be sure to try the menu at Driftwood. Options include prosciutto wrapped pork, chicken pasanda and fresh pizzas. Driftwood Restaurant, Rivershore Resort, 5458 2200,

Songwriters in the Round, Caloundra RSL, 9.30am Carl Lynch, Parklands Tavern, 1pm Mo’Swagger, Brightwater Hotel, 1.30pm Wendy Matthews & Band, Caloundra RSL, 1.30pm Sammy B, The Surf Club Mooloolaba, 2pm Ryan Giles, Imperial Hotel Eumundi, 2pm Michael Bryers, Caloundra RSL, 3.15pm Deja Voodoo, Alex Surf Club, 3.30pm Pat Nicholson, Rivershore Resort, 4pm Sol Sunday, Solbar, 4pm State of Origin, Caloundra RSL, 7.30pm State of Origin, Alex Surf Club, 7.30pm Isaac Butterfield, Solbar, 7.30pm

THURSDAY, JUNE 28 Big Boy Nigel, Caloundra RSL, 11am Tracy Vaughan, Club Kawana, 11am John Veloso, Rivershore Resort, 4pm Soula, Maroochy Surf Club, 6pm Rachel Ritzau (Solo), Caloundra RSL, 6.30pm * as supplied

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You prefer things to run in an efficient fashion, but there’s a crazy full moon, so drop the strict schedule and take things as they come. Make it a priority to connect with like-minded folk who understand your peccadillos and strong need for privacy.

Polite Librans are the peacemakers of the zodiac, and you’ll certainly require your diplomacy skills mid-week, when the full moon fires up your home zone. You may feel as if you’re stuck in a never-ending episode of Family Feud!

Business and work matters are favoured, as you put creative ideas into action and communicate with influential people. Don’t be a Scorpio wallflower; if you procrastinate, fabulous opportunities will pass you by.





You’re keen to expand your knowledge base, as you pick up ideas and inspiration from all corners of the globe. Sagittarians are the cosmopolitan global citizens of the zodiac, so get connecting with your international buddies ASAP!

This week, under the luminous glow of the Capricorn full moon, concentration is high and your attention to detail is even better than usual. Coupled Capricorn – it’s a wonderful week to work on deepening the love between the two of you.

Have you been working too hard? Or do you have a problem that no amount of thinking can resolve? It’s time to slow down and focus attention on your inner world, as you listen to what your intuition is trying to tell you.

If you’re involved with a group, club or organisation, expect power plays or personality clashes when the full moon stirs things up mid-week. And, with Mars reversing through your solitude zone, rest is just what the doctor ordered.

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6 Who wrote the poem Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening? 7 In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, who kills Mercutio? 8 Who starred as Barbarella in the 1968 film of the same name? 9 How many Oscars did the film Casablanca win? 10 What Spanish fortress is considered one of the most elaborate and important examples of Islamic architecture in the Western world?



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LEO (JUL 24-AUG 23) With Venus and then Mercury moving through your sign, it’s a wonderful week to embrace your cat creativity! But, consider the consequences of what you do and say (especially on Saturday). If you act with haste, you could find yourself in a disagreement.

QUIZ: 1. Hell Gate 2. Grass 3. Pope Pius IX 4. Signs and symbols 5. Aer Lingus 6. Robert Frost 7. Tybalt 8. Jane Fonda 9. Three 10. The Alhambra


The sun’s moving through your sign, which stimulates and energises your fertile imagination, so look for a creative project that you can really sink your crab teeth into. But, the next few weeks is not a good time to lend cash or borrow money.

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The full moon shines a bright spotlight on money, business, finance, property and real estate, so make sure they are all in practical order. With Venus and Mercury both visiting your social media zone, true love or Lady Luck could be waiting online!




It’s time to exercise your bullish brain as you talk, text, tweet, read, research, and converse as creatively as possible. But, resist the temptation to be super stubborn at home; Venus encourages you to be more accommodating and take others’ needs into consideration.

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This house of solid construction has been home to one family since the early 1980’s. Previously a much-loved property located in a quiet and highly sought-after crescent. There is four bedrooms, one is used for a study and 3 bathrooms, 2 car garaging. Spacious living areas with new carpets, lovely modern kitchen looking out onto the garden.

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LOVE THE HINTERLAND? YOU’RE IN LUCK Beautiful new blocks of land across the hinterland may soon be available if the council changes its zoning. WORDS: Roxanne McCarty-O’Kane.


hose looking to build their dream home on a rural block of land have a glimmer of hope with the Sunshine Coast Council looking to free up more hinterland parcels for low density development in the near future. The council is seeking to change the zoning of specific blocks at Palmview, Yandina, Mapleton, Montville, Maroochy River, Palmwoods, Beerwah and Glass House Mountains through proposed planning scheme amendments. A council spokesperson says the move is in response to changes to the urban footprint outlined in the State Government’s South East Queensland (SEQ) Regional Plan 2017 and to better reflect existing or desired future land uses. “Through the SEQ Regional Plan, the State Government has guided how council will accommodate our population, which will reach over 500,000 by 2041,” the spokesman says. “It is estimated that 200,000 new residents are coming to the Sunshine Coast over the next 20 years and council is making a very serious commitment to undertake substantial planning to accommodate the increased population growth.”

“We are at this tipping point where we are growing up and planning…” Jess Luthje

The proposed amendments will be open for public consultation until July 6 and the council will consider submissions to decide whether or not to proceed. “If council decides to proceed with the proposed amendment, approval will then be sought from the Planning Minister for council to adopt the proposed amendment, therefore it is difficult to provide a definitive timeframe for adoption of the proposed amendment at this time,” the spokesman says.

Respected hinterland real estate agent Jess Luthje of Maleny Realty says while freeing up land outside of the larger masterplanned developments will help to ease demand, she believes this move must also include investment to upgrade infrastructure to cope with the increase in population this will bring to these towns. She says minimum block sizes should be in keeping with the rural areas rather than mimicking the more urban developments of the Sunshine Coast, or the block will lose

their point of difference that comes with a more rural lifestyle. University of the Sunshine Coast senior lecturer or urban design Dr Nicholas Stevens says what we do now will have a legacy impact for generations. “It’s a really exciting time for the Sunshine Coast but we are at this tipping point where we are growing up and planning for the future,” he says. “With all this development pressure, we need to be thinking about how we maintain what makes the Sunshine Coast special, and a lot of planning goes into that kind of context-sensitive development.” continued page 40> Shop 4 Dwyer House, 256 Nicklin Way, Warana T: 5437 8806

LARGE WATERFRONT HOME 9 Antigua Court, PARREARRA Large two storey family home with a quality build, designed with family and coastal lifestyle living in mind. Take advantage of wide open water views and ocean access from your very own private mooring. Great for boating, fishing or just paddle around the waterways to keep healthy. Enjoy all the coastal lifestyle benefits whilst entertaining undercover beside the pool, in your private yard overlooking the waterway. Walk to the local waterfront restaurants and enjoy with family and friends, which is only a few minutes walk away. Current owners are packed and ready to move now, this could be the perfect opportunity you have been waiting for.


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• Large Kitchen • Low Maintenance Yard • Ducted Air Through Out • Quality Fixtures and Fittings • 9 Metre Pontoon • Quiet Cul De Sac Street • High Ceilings • 15 Metre Waterfrontage






Inspect Saturday 23rd of June 12-1pm Price $1.45 Million Negotiable Internet ID: 3278538 Steve Turner 0412 679 488

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Margie Deighton 0411 399 514 PRICE REDUCED!!! CHARMING COTTAGE ON 1332M2 Cute Cottage on 1332 m2 reduced to $449,000

86 Obi Obi Road, MAPLETON

Affordable and unique position close to Mapleton Village with its cafes, shops, restaurants, parks and Primary School. • Open plan living, high ceilings, timber floors, fireplace • Light bright kitchen with loads of bench space and cupboards • NE screened verandah overlooking fully fenced usable yard • New eco septic system, fruit trees and area for vegie garden

3 Bed 1 Bath 2 Car 1322m2 Inspect: Saturday 10-10.30am Margie Deighton 0411 399 514

Margie and husband Keith feel very blessed to have lived the lifestyle they have in the most beautiful area surrounded by their treasured friends and family for 46 years including 8 years on theirr yacht. Her 25 years in real estate is testament to a local with good d reputation … for good reason.

Margie’s Corner Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired and success achieved.

Feel at home with… Neil Bourke 0417 721 602

Fondly known as “coach”, Neil led his AFL teams in Maroochydore & Broome to 4 premierships, with his Broome team also raising money to prevent domestic violence. Being born on a dairy farm in Port Fairy as well as being a sales manager in real estate, he has learned to never have an idle moment. This experience & hard working attitude ensures your trust in him is treated as the privilege it is. He’s proudly the best number 2 agent you’ll get cause his 2nd opinion could save or make you $1000s!



Architect Designed two storey home, sensational views look across Ninderry & Blackall Ranges, private & peaceful area.

4 Bed 3 Bath 2 Car 2.85 HA

• 3 Bedrooms On Upper Level, 1 Br Granny Lower Level S/C • 2 Living Areas, Wood Fireplace, Timber Floors,High Ceilings • Galley Kitchen, Kitchen and Family Room Open Onto Decking • 9m x 6m Powered Shed, 3kw Solar Panels, 20,000 ltr Water Tank

Inspect: By Appointment Neil Bourke 0417 721 602

Feel at home with… Leanne King 0439 910 235 THEY JUST DON’T MAKE EM LIKE THIS ANY MORE!! 50/1 Grenada Way, KAWANA ISLAND

Consider Offers from $565,000

When size and privacy really matter to you this unit at leeward apartments should tick all your boxes for sure.

3 Bed 2 Bath 2 Car

• 2 North facing Massive Balconies with great outlook all round • 2 separate car parks conveniently located right opposite lift • Secure, private, friendly & enjoyable Island Complex to live • Close to everything, central & quick access to Bruce H’Way

Inspect: Saturday 1-1.45pm Leanne King 0439 910 235

184 m2

Leanne was the National Relations Manager for Val Morgan and attended annual movie conventions in Las Vegas rubbing shoulders with the stars! She believes in making the whole process of selling as enjoyable and smooth as possible and likes to take the e worry away from you by giving you the star treatment. Leanne totally knows that communication together with great sales and negotiation skills WILL GET YOU THE STAR RESULT YOU DESERVE!

PROVEN REAL ESTATE AGENTS On average over 20 years sales & marketing experience per team member

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Offers Over $799,000

You will love waking up to this magnificent 270-degree view every day! The home comes with a fully self-contained area downstairs with income potential. • Beautifully presented throughout • Charm and character on two levels • Panoramic views of Glasshouse Mountains, Blackall Range and coast • Whopping 1334sqm of fertile Buderim land with variety of fruit trees • Bordering prestigious Island View Court

4 Bed

2 Bath

2 Car

1334 m2

Inspect: Saturday & Sunday 1-2pm

Les Moriarty 0413 997 056



Walk to Buderim from this tastefully presented 3 bedroom duplex home. Private and secure set at the back of the block. • Open plan design, timber floors in living areas, high ceilings • Quality two pak kitchen, gas cooking loads of drawers, pantry • Covered alfresco entertaining deck overlooking private gardens • Huge double garage, 8,000 water storage, utility shed

3 Bed 2 Bath 2 Car Inspect: Sat 11.30-12.30pm Margie Deighton 0411 399 514


Contact Agent

This fully renovated quality home is set on a beautifully landscaped 1824m2 block with a northerly outlook. • Modern kitchen, stone benches, quality appliances, walkin pantry • 2 Large living areas, formal and informal, ducted air-conditioned. • Covered alfresco entertaining area, resort style inground pool • Double Garage, 2 carports, shed, solar power

4 Bed 2 Bath 4 Car 1824m2 Inspect: Sat 1.00-1.45pm Margie Deighton 0411 399 514

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PROPERTY <from page 37 “It’s not just about giving people a roof over their heads, it’s about the whole range of services, the schools, medical centres and parks – the public spaces we use every day. “The next big challenge is to look at areas we already have and use them better, like Nicklin Way, which is a premium area close to everything that is underutilised.

LIGHTNING PLAYER BUYS INTO HARMONY “If we continue to only develop on the fringes, then we create a whole range of other challenges.” To find out more about the council’s proposed planning scheme amendments, visit and search for Proposed Planning Scheme Amendments currently on Public Consultation.

THE PARCELS OF LAND UNDER CONSIDERATION YANDINA: Around 35 hectares made up of 19 properties on Bracken Fern and Wappa Falls roads. With changes to low density residential or emerging community zoning. PALMVIEW: Two Glenview Road lots proposed to change from rural to rural residential zoning. MAPLETON: Seven lots ranging in size from 698 metres squared to 37,200 metres squared on Flaxton Drive and Ringwood Lane. Two of these lots are proposed to be rezoned to allow a retirement or aged care facility. MAROOCHY RIVER: A section of the rural residential-zoned Kirra Road property is proposed to be included in emerging community zone. MONTVILLE: A north-eastern section of a block on Western Avenue is proposed to be zoned so it can accommodate an aged care

facility. The rest of the land is proposed to remain rural zoning. PALMWOODS: Blocks on PalmwoodsMontville Road and Landershute Road are proposed to be changed to emerging community zone able to be cut down to minimum lot sizes of 450 metres squared. BEERWAH: Four lots in Newells Road are proposed to become low density residential with minimum lot sizes of 600 metres squared and an average of 800 metres squared. A further three lots on Steve Irwin Way covering about 15.5 hectares could be changed to low-density residential. GLASS HOUSE MOUNTAINS: Nine lots over about 29.5 hectares in Sahara Road, Buzaki Road and Railway Parade are proposed to change from rural to low density residential.

Sunshine Coast Lightning player Laura Scherian will soon call Harmony home, after purchasing a block of land in Harmony, the development by AVID Property Group. The dynamic midcourter says building her own home meant she can design something she truly loves, in a community she immediately fell in love with. “I was so thrilled when my partner fell in love with Harmony as well – we just love the community that AVID is creating here,” Ms Scherian says. “The location of Harmony is perfect, with the generous amount of parkland throughout the development and being so close to schools, the university, hospitals and the highway, which makes traveling to Brisbane a breeze. “What’s even better is that we are only a short drive or bike ride away from the beach and I couldn’t think of anything better to do on the weekend than spend it on the sand.” AVID Property Group last week launched land release seven – in the popular Prosperity neighbourhood, with 21 new blocks of land now on offer. AVID Property Group Queensland general manager Bruce Harper says the Harmony community is continuing to flourish, with residents soon able to take advantage of one of the Coast’s most impressive parks.

Netballer Laura Scherian at Harmony “This year we will see a number of new facilities open for residents and the broader community, including the first phase of the impressive Grand Linear Park,” Mr Harper says. “We want our residents to live happy and healthy lives, and by providing a number of recreational spaces we are able to offer something for everyone in our community. “Our Prosperity neighbourhood has been one of our most popular yet and, with demand for new blocks continuing to increase, we don’t expect these last remaining blocks to last long.”


Caloundra 115/100 Bulcock Street “Grand Pacific Resort’’






Definitely don’t delay or second guess things - This will be SOLD

In Room, Harcourts Caloundra – 126 Bulcock Street Caloundra - Saturday 23rd June 9am

• To be auctioned & SOLD, definitely one for the builder or renovator to capitalise on • Spacious 9th floor unit enjoying views of Bribie Island, Caloundra Skyline and Pumicestone Passage • Three bedrooms, master with ensuite, spa bath and balcony access, ducted airconditioning, secure 2 car lock up • Open-plan kitchen allowing for easy entertaining during dinner parties • Luxury living in the Grand Pacific Resort boasting; large heated pool, gym, spas, sauna, games-room, and BBQ facilities Property/747185/QCA3797 Brad Ferguson 0411 304 112 Gavin Duncan 0438 549 384

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Open House Saturday 1 - 1.30

Open House Saturday 2 - 2.30

A real entertainer with park views, at 59 Tinnanbar Terrace.

12 Hervey Chase. A beautifully styled urban lifestyle home.

This versatile, three bedroom home is a great opportunity for an astute investor or owner looking to downsize whilst still enjoying all the comforts of a stylish, contemporary, inner city home. Fully landscaped, this low maintenance stylish home is ready to view today! • The downstairs open plan layout makes the most of the living areas encompassing comfortable lounge, dining and kitchen which opens out to separate, outdoor entertaining and BBQ areas. • A well designed kitchen with spacious, stone bench tops and double sink includes quality Artusi wall oven, gas stove and dishwasher. • The private and spacious master bedroom has a generous walk in robe and large ensuite, featuring his and her vanities. • Acoustic rated windows have been installed to all bedrooms adding to the peace and quiet.

Embodying a great sense of urban design and style this home impresses and inspires. Its owners have lovingly finished this property using a beautiful palette of colours and textures. • A contemporary kitchen offers a great space to enjoy, refuel and recharge. Caesarstone bench tops and Hafele appliances including; integrated dishwasher, 900mm ceramic cook top and under bench oven. A green marble tile splash back is a centrepiece. • Upstairs the main bedroom is awash with beautiful, natural light bringing its natural colour scheme to life. A generous ensuite features a standalone, deep bath and floor to ceiling tiles. Two bedrooms downstairs, with one featuring access to the rear and private courtyard. • Timber look floor and a balcony to the upstairs living area adds a sense of light and space. • Owners prepared to offer the home as furnished. All you need to do is unpack and enjoy!











for sale

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Open House Saturday 12 - 12.30

Open House Saturday 11 - 11.30

16 Osbourne Ct. Beautiful, north facing waterfront lifestyle!

16 Serenity Circuit. Builders own waterfront home.

The home’s designer went to great lengths to ensure that this contemporary home effortlessly blends style and liveability, including installing an efficient 5KW solar system! • Well designed kitchen features white, two pack joinery and stone bench tops, Bosch semiintegrated dishwasher, induction cook top and oven. Loads of cupboards & walk-in pantry. • Enter the front door and immediately you are greeted by a view of the water. The home’s light and space encouraged by a two storey void to the second floor. • The downstairs open plan layout encompasses the kitchen, dining and living areas and flows seamlessly out to an undercover entertaining area and deck overlooking the lake. • A clever floor plan offers, not one, but two master bedrooms! One up, one down. Both with walk in robe and ensuite! Ideal for guests.

Smart placement of the living areas upstairs takes full advantage of the panoramic lakefront views. French Oak floors flow throughout the open plan kitchen, dining, living and lounge spaces. • The north facing, master bedroom is also upstairs and features its own balcony, his and her walk through robe and ensuite with bath. • The kitchen offers natural light, space and quality appliances that include a large gas cook top, 900mm under bench oven, microwave and dishwasher. High end stone benches extend to a massive island workspace and breakfast bar. • Downstairs the features continue with a teenager, or guest retreat featuring two large bedrooms with bathroom, separate toilet and a second large living area that opens to the outside entertaining area and swimming pool.


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Call Dallas Butt 0418 953 753 or Penny Service on 0434 006 144 S U N S H I N EC OV E R E A LT Y.C O M

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CONTEMPORARY RESIDENCE ON 13.8 ACRES JUST 15 MINS TO MOOLOOLABA BEACH 211 Dales Road, Chevallum The clever yet practical design of this modern contemporary home situated on almost 14 acres and just minutes to Mooloolaba, is a unique find offering privacy and convenience in one package. Comprising sought after features such as high ceilings, ducted air conditioning, in-ground sparkling pool, plus a separate dwelling complete with ensuite & kitchenette facilities. This residence truly ticks all the boxes when it comes to versatility and location. The property is setup to operate completely off the grid which means NO more expensive electricity bills. Another storage shed and room for the cow, horse , plus so much more to appreciate upon your inspection. Don’t miss this rare opportunity! Call Craig today.


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Beautiful and useable 13.8 acres 2nd dwelling or home office Large separate 11x6m shed for storage Only 15 minutes to Mooloolaba Beach 6-7 minutes to USC & SCGS Complete “off the grid” living Stunning 3 yr old contemporary home 100 metre “Flying Fox”


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Price: Buyers in the Mid $1 Million Range Inspect: Saturday 23rd June 11.15am – 12pm Craig Porter 0411 554 880

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WATERFRONT OASIS WITH OCEAN ACCESS - MAGNIFICENT MINYAMA 5 Coomaroo Crescent, Minyama Make no mistake, this beautifully appointed Hamptons style home is on the market and will be SOLD! Combining spacious open plan living with a seamless integration from the outdoors to the sanctuary within. This superb Minyama waterfront residence embraces the very essence of the Sunshine Coast lifestyle. Don’t miss this fabulous opportunity - the motivated owners instructions are clear – sell it now! Call Karen today.


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Expansive water views Private pontoon & sandy beach Direct ocean access Sparkling in-ground pool Raked ceilings & fireplace Close to shops & restaurants Generous 728m2 block



Price: Offers from the Mid $1 Millions Inspect: Saturday 23rd June 2-2.30pm Karen Jones 0405 122 526


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DOWNSIZE WITHOUT COMPROMISE - ALEXANDRA HEADLAND GOLDEN TRIANGLE 4 Leo Crescent, Alexandra Headland Exceeding all expectations, this exquisite residence of supreme elegance and under builders warranty deserves your inspection. Perfectly positioned in Alexandra Headlands coverted “Golden Triangle”, this striking abode offers penthouse style living of the highest standard without body corp fees. Superbly appointed and spacious in design, the home is set over three levels connected by a private lift. Smartly priced and ready to move in, call today to secure this fabulous opportunity!


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Architecturally designed home Multiple living zones Sparkling in-ground pool Low maintenance living Minutes to Mooloolaba Esplanade Walk to beaches, cafés & restaurants Stroll to Alex Surf Club



Price: Contact agent Inspect: Saturday 23rd June 11-11.30am & Wednesday 27th 5-5.30pm Karen Jones 0405 122 526 Loren Wimhurst 0415 380 222


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We put you first

Are you paying too much






for your body corporate management? Low maintenance lifestyle on top of Buderim! LAVENDE ON BUDERIM Nestled amongst flat and established low maintenance gardens this home is perfectly positioned on top of Buderim. Its central position allows for the lucky new owner to make the most of being in walking distance to all that Buderim Village has to offe • Crimsafe on all the doors & windows- allowing for peace of mind • 3 large bedrooms , main with large walk-in robe all with fans • Two bathrooms - the ensuite has a double shower and vanity • Remote control garage with internal access along with 2 other off street parking options. PRICE Mid $600,000 buyers INSPECT Saturday 23rd June 11-11:30am & Wednesday 27th 4:30-5:15pm FIRST NATIONAL RIVERSIDE 5446 6186 JONELLE REISENLEITER 0417 055 102 WEB

Beerwah - 5494 6444 Caloundra - 5438 2166

Kuluin - 5446 6186

Maroochydore - 5443 3377 Mooloolaba - 5444 0800 Nambour - 5441 1344 Sippy Downs - 5450 1515


332 Flaxton Drive, Flaxton Country Lodge is a gorgeous 12 room motel & restaurant in the heart of the Blackall Range. Uniquely positioned providing packaged holiday tours to the lucrative seniors market the potential growth is huge. A must inspect! • Fantastic opportunity to create the life you long for • Managers apartment, 12 suites plus pool & 22 seater bus • 22 seat restaurant incl commercial kitchen • Massive views to the coast & hinterland • Potential to grow and diversify the customer base • First time offered in 12 years. A stunning opportunity.




Price: Interest from $1.3 million Inspect: Contact Agent to arrange viewing. View: 20013320 Steve G Pery M 0448 884 093 RE/MAX Property Sales

ADDRESS 103 Currie St, Nambour QLD 4560

Each office independently owned and operated

OFFICE 5470 7000

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8A Dixon Road, Buderim


DECEASED ESTATE Ideally located close to shops, schools and transport this large 2 storey home with some water views from balcony, this home is perfect for the renovator to bring back to her former glory. • Flat 1000+ sqm at top end of Dixon set back from the road • Open plan living with hardwood floors, carpet in bedrooms • Huge 7 x 8 m approx downstairs rumpus - make the changes you need • Solid block base with hardwood topside with high ceilings • Room for cars, boat, caravan, trailer and still some. Huge garage. • Updated kitchen and balcony with potential for more improvements

Auction: Saturday 30th June at 4pm Inspect: Saturday 2.30 - 3.00pm View: Chris Ryan 0455 974 039 Saxon Keily 0439 556 411



RE/MAX Coast and Country


53 Spring Myrtle Avenue, Nambour


Set yourself free from rent, from too much cleaning, free up capital and free up your garden maintenance time in this brick &tile rendered home a short walk to town. Be quick before the 250 bed hospital begins re-building. • 2 Living Areas - spread out and don’t fight over the TV remote • Updated Galley Kitchen open to sitting and dining areas • Handy to hospital, CBD, schools, highway, clubs and shops • Move in immediately and pay less weekly than most rentals • Sunny , fenced back yard with views to the forest and ridgeline • SLUG in house PLUS 4 x 6m lock up shed with driveway access

Auction: Saturday 30th June at 10am Inspect: Saturday 4.00 - 4.30pm View: Chris Ryan 0455 974 039 Saxon Keily 0439 556 411

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RE/MAX Coast and Country

ADDRESS 2 Main St, Buderim QLD 4556

Each office independently owned and operated

OFFICE 5476 7654

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5442 1888

Real Estate

Shop 2, 18 Blackall Street, WOOMBYE





QUALITY FAMILY HOME IN QUIET CUL-DE-SAC • Spacious, quality home on elevated 743m2 block • Large fully fenced backyard, lots of room to grow and play • Well designed kitchen with modern appliances • Master bedroom with Ensuite, walk in robe and deck access • Modern tasteful decor • Double lock up garage with heaps of storage & option to build in underneath (s/j to council approval) • Just minutes to Nambour and Woombye

Price: LOW $500,000’S Open: Saturday 1 - 1.40pm Contact: Virginia Brown 0400 763 837 Property ID: 583670

WOOMBYE: 3/29A BLACKALL ST: Downsizing, Retiree or 1st Home.. 2 bedroom unit, SAT. 11 – 11.40 $277,000 neat and tidy with open plan living, o/door area + carport. Priced to Sell! WOOMBYE: 16 HORIZON WAY: Freestanding Duplex. ‘Brand New’ – both with 3brms, SAT. 11 – 11.40 $$ VALUE IN WOOMBYE 2bath,2car, outdoor entertaining, spacious living – quality throughout. PALMWOODS: U5 - 12 MACARANGA PLACE: New complex of 5 Townhouses. 2brms, 2bath, 1car. Ideal for 1st Home Buyers. ONLY 4 LEFT – Selling FAST!

SAT. 12 – 12.40 FROM $379,000

WEST WOOMBYE: 8-10 HAMILTON RD: Private & Stylish. Sophisticated blend of

SAT. 12 – 12.40 $695,000

casual country & contemporary finesse. Verandahs, views, privacy + much more.

ROSEMOUNT: 12 ELLORA CRT: Large family home, parklike grounds (7697m2), huge SAT. 1 – 1.40 VALUE BUYING! outdoor entertaining, town water, solar, 4brms,2bath,2living+2car + more! NAMBOUR: U36.70 NETHERTON ST: Townhouse in secure, managed complex. 2brms, 1bath,1car lock up, private courtyard, popular complex, very sought after.

WOOMBYE: 29 TRAMLINE RS: Charming Queenslander on ½ acre block. 6brms, 3bath, 2car. Elevated location, long range panoramic views from front deck & living areas.

SAT. 2 – 2.40 $260,000 PRICED TO SELL AT $679,000

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



• Positioned in a small and quiet cul de sac • Modern architecture combined with the 100 year old figs as your personal backdrop • Open plan lower living designed to maximise a feeling of warmth & tranquillity via use of natural light • Galley style kitchen with stone benches that overlook fireplace and seamless indoor outdoor entertaining



OPEN Saturday 1.30 - 2pm PRICE $1,295,000 Bevan Horsnell 0412 512 257 Brenden Southey 0417 633 035

Phone 5445 6722 3/72 Burnett Street, Buderim



Desirable waterfront lifestyle within this modern, stylish home located in “Brightwater”. The home sits in an exclusive court with all that Brightwater has to offer at your fingertips. Parks, walking tracks, shops, Brightwater Tavern, plus sought after primary school. This beautiful home is approximately 3 years old & features: • Modern kitchen with stone benches, induction cooktop, waste • Large master bedroom with views across the lake disposal, generous walk-in pantry & island bench • Air-conditioned open plan kitchen, dining & living area flows • Large undercover alfresco area perfect for entertaining or relaxing seamlessly with views to the water • Double remote lock-up garage includes separate storage area

OPEN Saturday 12.30pm - 1pm

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PRICE Offers Over $830,000 Brenden Southey 0417 633 035 Bevan Horsnell 0412 512 257

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Phone 5445 6722 3/72 Burnett Street, Buderim


GLENVIEW 685 Glenview Road The Ambience can be felt from every room of this property, bringing the outside in. Walking into a charming entrance with lead-light doors that takes you into an old world charm of high ceilings, decorative cornices, rounded wall edges and spacious rooms.

• Tropical rainforest with lush manicured lawns • Fully ducted air conditioning with separate zones • Walk over a bridge to a private 2 bedroom cottage • Double lock up 12 x 6 garage with workshop and car



OPEN Saturday 9.30 -10am PRICE $1,150,000

Brenden Southey 0417 633 035 Debbie Parsell 0407 589 859

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Kiels Mountain, 362 Kiels Mountain Road

Unique By Design - A Landmark Kiels Mountain Residence Distinguished by an eye-catching façade, this contemporary, architect-designed home offers loads of space for both family living and home business over two levels. The beautifully maintained residence overlooks the saltwater pool and lush 1.5 acre rainforest retreat, creating a restful and private environment. With both dual living potential and substantial home business space, this is truly a home that can grow with your family

OPEN HOME: Fri 22nd June 4pm Sat 23rd June 10am VIEW AT: PRICE: $829,000 AGENT: Athena Law 0408 884 104





Mooloolaba, 10/95 Parkyn Parade

Mooloolaba Spit Roof Top Apartment Tightly Held For 28 Years A rare opportunity exists to secure an amazing piece of real estate on prestigious Parkyn Parade at the Mooloolaba Spit. This stunning third floor apartment in the Beachport Complex has its own private roof top terrace capturing all day sun. Apartment 10 consists of 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 2 toilets, separate generous sized Laundry and a large open plan living, dining & kitchen space. Floor to ceiling windows and doors frame the water views and lead you out of the living space to the large riverfront balcony providing the ideal entertainers hub.

OPEN HOME: Sat 23rd June 10-10.30am & 2-2.30pm Sun 24th June 10-10.30am VIEW AT: PRICE: $850,000 AGENT: Grant Whisker 0415 856 575





Mountain Creek, 57 Foxtail Circuit

Brightwater Gem, Downsize Or Invest! Attention all families looking to downsize or investors, due to the high rental demand in the area, this is the one for you. This property backs onto beautiful bushland providing minimal neighbours and is located just walking distance to Brightwater Primary School, restaurants, Aldi & the Brightwater Tavern. • 3 large bedrooms all with built in robes and ceiling fans, main with ensuite • Very modern design and beautifully presented • Second modern bathroom • Backing onto beautiful bush-land giving you peace and quiet all year round

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• Single remote lock up garage • Walking distance to Brightwater Primary School • Central position is ultra convenient to everything • Perfect investment, great rental returns and capital growth in the area

OPEN HOME: Saturday 23 June 12-12.30pm VIEW AT: PRICE: $515,000 AGENT: Jordan Barden 0422 990 824





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495 Glenview Road, Glenview We are offering to the market this impeccable Country Homestead that expresses the style & flair that are the hallmarks of this beautiful region’s acreage lifestyle. This property is destined to become one the Sunshine Coasts’ benchmark for living & entertaining excellence, with its flowing proportions, relaxed resort-like environment & inspiring rural views. Manicured grounds, a formal driveway delivering you to a grand staircase entry, stunning saltwater in-ground swimming pool & floodlit tennis court & elevated views across National Forest, flowing green fields & mountain ranges, this family home has something for everyone.



Aucঞon On site Saturday, July 7 at 4pm View Saturday & Sunday 2-2:45pm





Thomas Garland 0412 161 123 Andrew Garland 0403 851 777

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David Millar

Selling in Caloundra since 1988

REAL ESTATE | 8 Second Avenue, Caloundra | 07 5491 3344 UNIT 91 “THE PINNACLES” 42 CANBERRA TERRACE, CALOUNDRA



This as near new penthouse apartment has the best of both worlds, just 350 metres to patrolled surf, 178 meters to IGA local

PRICE: $1,250,000



shopping centre and Caloundra Post Office. The beach atmosphere and location is complimented by 300 degree views from Mt Mee in the south including all the Glasshouse Mountains to Point Cartwright in the north the view gives a distinct feeling

VIEW: By appointment anytime.

of the vast Hinterland being at your door. Whatever the season or climate on the day there is a cool breeze or warm sunlight to be enjoyed in peaceful seclusion as the property has north east, south and west aspects. Currently for sale for $1,250,000 a reduction of $100,000 from the original asking price the unit of 327m² cannot be matched for price and size in Caloundra. Other significant advantages are 90% plus permanent residents, a very moderate body corporate with in excess of $200,000 in the sinking fund. The unit has two secure carparks the complex has a pool, BBQ area and a community garden.

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his impeccable country homestead expresses the style and flair that are the hallmarks of this region’s acreage lifestyle. Located within driving distance of schools, shops and the beach, the home is 852m2 over two levels and boasts a deluxe master suite with ensuite. The home features French doors, a wrap-around verandah, ducted airconditioning, study and two-way fireplace separating the formal and informal living spaces. The beautiful grounds feature a double-bay shed, floodlit tennis court, views across the national forest and a saltwater swimming pool.




Opportunities to own a lakeside home are few and far between so don’t miss your chance to acquire this executive home offering an enviable lifestyle for your family. The entertaining area and luxurious solar heated inground swimming pool are north facing and offer direct access to a large slice of landscaped reserve that your children will be able to utilise all year round. - Open Plan Living Room With Uninterrupted Views Of The Park - The Master Suite Is Private & Offers A Large Ensuite + Walk-In Robe - Separate Study Space Or Kid’s Lounge - North Facing Outdoor Alfresco Patio - Walking Distance To A Range Of Quality Schools This is the home you have dreamed of owning.


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495 GLENVIEW ROAD, GLENVIEW 4 bed, 3 bath, 4 car Auction on site Saturday, July 7 @ 4pm Ray White Caloundra 5491 5055 Thomas Garland 0412 161 123 Andrew Garland 0403 851 777

Auction On-Site Saturday 30th June At 11:00am View Saturday 23rd June 1:00-1:30pm

CENTURY 21 GRANT SMITH PROPERTY Russell Dell 0400 409 000

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Excellence in Local Knowledge

FIRST TIME TO THE MARKET! – PRIVATE SANCTUARY WITH PANORAMIC HINTELAND VIEWS This impressive family home nestled away on half-acre block, perfectly positioned with uninterrupted views of the hinterlands, built to last with the solid brick exterior and hardwood timber framework. This home is welcoming with the open plan kitchen, dining and lounge rooms, large family room,

• Hardwood floors in main areas • Salt water Concrete swimming pool • Town water + 80,000 litre water tanks • 8m x 10m shed with roller doors + garden shed

• Double carport • 6kw solar panels • Fully fenced and private • 2010m2 / half acre block

four bedrooms, wide verandas fantastic for beating the summer heat. Large Balinese style entertaining area perfectly positioned beside the lagoon style salt-water pool, terraced landscaping with a grassed area perfect for the kids to play a game of footy, central undercover alfresco with roller blinds for that extra protection.

Open for Inspection: By Appointment 4 BED | 2 BATH | 6 CAR Address: 34 Towen Mountain Rd, Towen Mountain Price: $779,000

Paul Ciseau 0411 662 738

FAMILY PLAYGROUND ON UNIQUE & PRISTINE ACREAGE This unique acreage property has a solid brick three-bedroom home overlooking the orchard, with a kitchen, dining and lounge room, built in cupboards and a large bathroom. With two dining rooms plus a third outdoor alfresco BBQ area for entertaining. A large granny flat with modern kitchen,

• Granny flat • Fenced acreage • Bore + Dam • 10m x 8m garage + double carport

• Indoor & outdoor eating areas • Orchard with a variety of established fruit bearing trees • 5 mins from Palmwoods & 3 Km’s from Nambour Hub

full-length undercover veranda to enjoy your morning coffee in the warm sun. The property is fully fenced and landscaped with an abundance of established fruit bearing trees, a dam, and several flat areas for the kids to run and play all day, a chook pen and much more; all compliment this beautiful and unique acreage property.

Open for Inspection: Saturday 23rd June 11:30 - 12:00pm 4 BED | 2 BATH | 4 CAR Address: 42 Menary Rd, West Woombye Price: $759,000

Craig Barnby 0427 533 731 Paul Ciseau 0411 662 738

07 5445 9200 7 Margaret Street PALMWOODS Qld 4555

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07 5476 5588

KEEP YOUR MONEY IN NAMBOUR SHOP LOCALLY Gary Langford is celebrating 19 years in Real Estate in Nambour & at Day & Grimes Real Estate • Lived & shopped in Nambour for 28 years • Raised four children all in Nambour • Working in the community for 25 years • Loves Nambour & has a good knowledge of the local market

If You are selling - Gary is your Agent!

Gary Langford Phone 0412 348 533 or Office 5441 3366

COMING SOON • Fully renovated high set 3-4 bedroom home, separate lounge & dining, just 5 minutes walk to town • Fully ducted airconditioning, large under house storage with car accommodation • New roof, house has been freshly painted both inside & externally. Freshly polished hardwood floors, asbestos free & fully landscaped gardens. • New kitchen, bathroom & laundry plus sunroom/study, with views to town. • Available very soon with offers over $400,000

Call Gary Langford on 0412 348 533 to express interest

SUNSHINE COAST NEW HOME PACKAGE • 15 minutes to Coolum & 10 minutes to Bli Bli • $5,000 Gift Card for buyers that purchase by June 30th. Voucher provided to buyer at settlement of their new home

Price: $499,990 4




CONTACT: Peter Kinchin 0418 736 424 Samantha Hill 0411 211 586

• Fully Turn Key • Move in before Christmas!

Centenary Square, 52-64 Currie Street, Nambour | Phone 5441 3366 |

Coolum 5446 2500 | Marcoola 5448 7444

49 Coolibah Street Mudjimba

Vacant Land

RARE VACANT BEACHSIDE LAND • Above average size block of 817sqm is cleared, levelled. • Surrounded by quality homes in the Mudjimba Shores Estate. • Build your dream home now or hold onto it for the future. • Walk to patrolled beach or enjoy a coffee at the local cafes. • Mudjimba Beach offers a great lifestyle, you won’t be disappointed. 56 My Weekly Preview | June 22, 2018

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22 Paperbark Place Mudjimba




ROOM FOR THE GROWING FAMILY View Agent onsite Saturday 12:00 - 12:30pm Auction On Site Saturday 14th July @ 9am

• Separate media room or possible 5th bedroom or office.

Brad Reed 0419 788 625

• Positioned in a quiet cul de sac with very little road noise

• Air-conditioned living & dining areas flow to entertaining area. • Child friendly yard with Northern aspect for all to enjoy.

• Close to Maroochy River, Mudjimba Beach & Golf Course.

View Saturday 1:00 - 1:30pm Auction North Shore Realty Office 14th July @ 1pm Brad Reed 0419 788 625

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21 PARLE CRESCENT, BUDERIM $623,000 / 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Century 21 Grant Smith Property, Grant Smith & Lian Welsh

Here’s a preview of hot auctions taking place on the Sunshine Coast in the next seven days: UNIT 115, ‘GRAND PACIFIC RESORT’, 100 BULCOCK STREET, CALOUNDRA Auction at 126 Bulcock Street, Caloundra, Saturday, June 23 @ 9am Harcourts Caloundra Brad Ferguson 0411 304 112 Gavin Duncan 0438 549 384 16 GERRYBELL STREET, GOLDEN BEACH Auction on site Saturday, June 23 @ 10.30am Seaside Real Estate 5492 2555 Andrew Hasker 0488 011 852

MARKET TRACKER A list of what’s recently sold on the Coast: 73 BYEE CIRCUIT, AROONA $635,000 / 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Harcourts Caloundra, Jamie Willems

6 WOODLANDS CRESCENT, BUDERIM $640,000 / 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Harcourts Buderim, Kyle Adams 35 GARDENS SQUARE, CURRIMUNDI $545,000 / 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Sunshine Coast Real Estate Partners, Darren Ide 1 LILAC CRESCENT, CURRIMUNDI $580,000 / 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Sunshine Coast Real Estate Partners, James Reynolds 62 ALICE DIXON DRIVE, FLAXTON $930,000 / 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car RE/MAX Coast and Country, Tim Burrough 1 CIRRUS PLACE, FLAXTON $522,500 / 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car RE/MAX Coast and Country, Tim Burrough

212 Whites Road, Mount Mellum Qld

22 NIMBUS DRIVE, FLAXTON $490,000 / 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car RE/MAX Coast and Country, Tim Burrough

29 CROMWELL STREET, BATTERY HILL $695,000 / 5 bed, 3 bath, 1 car Harcourts Caloundra, Steve Venn 13 MOUNTAIN RIDGE CRESCENT, BUDERIM $620,000 / 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Harcourts Buderim, Jarrad McCarthy 65/18 NORTH BUDERIM BOULEVARD, BUDERIM $327,000 / 2 bed, 1 bath, 1 car RE/MAX Coast and Country, Barbara Banks

4 Bed 2 Bath 2 Car Auction on-site: Saturday 14th July 2018 - 11am

View: Each Saturday prior to Auction, 11 to 11:45am

21 SUMMIT STREET, FLAXTON $ 645,000 / 3 bed, 2 bath, 4 car RE/MAX Coast and Country, Tim Burrough

• 4.86 hectares (12 acres) • Federation style home – 4 bedrooms, office

37 MARYANN STREET, GOLDEN BEACH $585,000 / 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car Sunshine Coast Real Estate Partners, James Reynolds

• Large 12m x 9m Colorbond shed • Vanilla vine plantation with income • Coffee and tea plantation with income • Only 4 kilometres to Landsborough • Will impress all who inspect

*As supplied by contributing real estate agencies

Agent: Greg Young p: 0488 238 988 e:

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For Sale via Public Auction on-site Saturday 28th July 2018 at 12.30pm 1 Davidson Street, Nambour

For Sale via Public Auction on-site Saturday 28th July 2018 at 10.30am 2 Ninderry Close, Battery Hill



Open for Inspection Saturday 9.00 – 9.30am

Open for Inspection Saturday 12.00 – 12.45pm





Close to schools, hospital & transport

Bedrooms Cars James Enticknap 0403 546 864 | Baydn Dodds 0418 173 187




Beach side of Nicklin Way

Quiet cul-de-sac

Bedrooms Car James Enticknap 0403 546 864 | Baydn Dodds 0418 173 187


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6pm Think Tank. (PG) 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 Gardening Australia. Sophie Thomson visits a date farm. 8.30 Endeavour. (M) Endeavour investigates a poisoning. 10.00 The Tunnel: Vengeance. (M) 10.55 ABC Late News. 11.25 The Business.

6pm Seven Local News. 6.30 Seven News. 7.00 Better Homes And Gardens. 8.30 MOVIE The Devil Wears Prada. (2006) (PG) Anne Hathaway, Meryl Streep. A graduate is hired by a fashion magazine. 11.00 To Be Advised.

6pm Nine News. 7.00 ACA. 7.30 Women’s State Of Origin Preview. 7.45 Rugby League. Women’s State of Origin. NSW v Queensland. 9.25 Women’s State Of Origin Post-Match. 10.00 Murder At 1600. (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 Shark Tank. (M) 11.30 WIN News.

6.30pm News. 7.30 Where Are You Really From? 8.00 Great British Railway Journeys: York To Frizinghall. (PG) 8.30 Killer Volcanoes. Takes a look at volcanoes. 9.30 Soccer. FIFA World Cup. Group E. Brazil v Costa Rica.


6pm Compass. 6.30 Back Roads. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 Shakespeare And Hathaway. (PG) 8.15 Poldark. (PG) 9.20 Miniseries: The City And The City. (M) 10.20 Mystery Road. (M)

6pm Seven News. 7.00 MOVIE Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. (2011) (PG) Johnny Depp, Penélope Cruz. Jack Sparrow searches for the Fountain of Youth. 9.50 MOVIE Ted. (2012) (MA15+) Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis. A teddy bear causes his owner problems.

6pm Nine News. 7.00 Rugby League: Pacific Test Preview. 7.20 Rugby League. Pacific Test. Toa Samoa v Mate Ma’a Tonga. 9.00 Rugby League: Pacific Test Post-Match. 9.30 MOVIE Jurassic World. (2015) (M) Chris Pratt.

6pm Bondi Rescue. (PG) 6.30 David Attenborough’s Natural Curiosities: Expandable Bodies. 7.00 David Attenborough’s Natural Curiosities: Curious Feeders. 7.30 Rugby Union. Test Series. Australia v Ireland. Game 3. From Allianz Stadium, Sydney. 10.15 MOVIE The Rock. (1996) (M)

6.30pm SBS World News. 7.30 MOVIE Mamma Mia! (2008) (PG) Amanda Seyfried, Meryl Streep. A young woman prepares for her wedding. 9.30 ABBA In Concert. Coverage of performances by ABBA. 10.30 Eurovision Top 40 Songs. (M)


7pm ABC News Sunday. 7.40 Grand Designs New Zealand. (PG) 8.30 Mystery Road. (M) Jay tries to clear Marley’s name. 9.25 To Be Advised. 10.00 Rock ‘N’ Roll Guns For Hire: The Told Story Of The Sideman. (M)

6pm Seven News. 7.00 House Rules. (PG) 8.30 Sunday Night. Hosted by Melissa Doyle. 9.30 Crimes That Shook The World: The Vienna Killer. (MA15+) A look at serial killer Jack Unterweger. 10.30 Criminal Confessions. (M)

6pm Nine News. 7.00 State Of Origin Preview. 7.50 Rugby League. State of Origin. NSW v Queensland. Game 2. From ANZ Stadium, Sydney. 9.40 State Of Origin Post-Match. Post-match wrap up of Game 2. 10.40 Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation. (PG)

6pm Family Feud. Hosted by Grant Denyer. 6.30 The Sunday Project. A look at the day’s news. 7.30 MasterChef Australia. The judges reveal it is “Sweet Week”. 9.00 NCIS. (M) An NCIS person of interest is found murdered. 11.00 The Sunday Project.

6.30pm SBS World News. 7.35 The Great Fire Of London: London Burns. Part 1 of 3. 9.30 Soccer. FIFA World Cup. Group G. England v Panama. From Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.


6pm The Checkout. (PG) 6.30 Hard Quiz. (PG) 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Back Roads. (PG) 8.30 Four Corners. Hosted by Sarah Ferguson. 9.15 Media Watch. (PG) 9.35 Q&A.

6pm Seven Local News. 6.30 Seven News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 House Rules. (PG) Hosted by Johanna Griggs. 8.45 First Dates Australia. (PG) Singles go on a blind first date. 9.55 Modern Family. (PG) 10.55 The Goldbergs. (PG)

6pm Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation. (PG) 8.45 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 9.45 100% Footy. (M) 10.45 Two And A Half Men. (PG) 11.40 Rizzoli & Isles. (M)

6pm News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 MasterChef Australia. 8.30 Have You Been Paying Attention? (M) Hosted by Tom Gleisner. 9.30 The Graham Norton Show. 10.30 Man With A Plan. (PG) 11.00 The Project.

6.30pm SBS World News. 7.35 The Great Fire Of London: A City Rebuilt. Part 3 of 3. 8.30 Running Wild With Bear Grylls. Part 1 of 3. 9.30 24 Hours In Emergency: New Horizons. (M) A five-year-old is rushed to hospital. 10.30 Travel Man.

6pm The Checkout. (PG) 6.30 Hard Quiz. (PG) 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Making Child Prodigies. 8.30 Back In Time For Dinner. (PG) Hosted by Annabel Crabb. 9.30 Sue Perkins And The Chimp Sanctuary. (M)

6pm Seven Local News. 6.30 Seven News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 House Rules. (PG) 8.45 Interview. (M) Hosted by Andrew Denton. 9.45 Swipe Right For Murder: Lorraine. (M) 10.45 Autopsy USA. (M)

6pm Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Buying Blind. 9.00 MOVIE Ocean’s Twelve. (2004) (M) Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Matt Damon. The gang plans a series of robberies in Europe to pay back the victim of their previous heist. 11.30 Mom. (M)

6pm WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 MasterChef Australia. 8.30 Shark Tank. (PG) Hosted by Sarah Harris. 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles. (M) The team searches for a North Korean spy. 11.30 WIN News.

6.30pm SBS World News. 7.30 Who Do You Think You Are? Jane Turner. (PG) Jane Turner explores her roots. 8.30 Insight. Presented by Jenny Brockie. 9.30 Dateline. International current affairs. 10.00 The Crystal Maze.

7.30pm 7.30. 8.00 Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery. 8.30 Gruen. (M) 9.05 The Weekly With Charlie Pickering. (M) 9.35 Corey White’s Roadmap To Paradise. (M) 9.55 Adam Hills: The Last Leg.

6pm Seven Local News. 6.30 Seven News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 House Rules. (PG) 8.45 Modern Family. (M) The family goes on a wine tasting trip. 9.15 Modern Family. (PG) Cameron decides to dress up as a clown. 9.45 Splitting Up Together. (M)

6pm Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 Young Sheldon. (PG) The Sparks’ new dog terrorises Sheldon. 8.30 Britain’s Got Talent. (PG) Hosted by Ant and Dec. 10.20 Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation. (PG) 11.30 The AFL Footy Show. (M)

6pm WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 MasterChef Australia. 8.30 Instinct. (M) Dylan and Lizzie are under pressure. 9.30 Madam Secretary. (M) A past family grievance is brought to light. 10.30 Hawaii Five-0. (M) 11.30 WIN News.

6.30pm SBS World News. 7.30 Robson Green’s Australian Adventure: South Australia. Part 1 of 4. 8.25 World’s Most Dangerous Border. Part 1 of 3. 10.35 Travel Man: Helsinki.

6pm The Checkout. (PG) 6.30 Hard Quiz. 7.00 ABC News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Grand Designs Australia. (PG) 8.50 Everyone’s A Critic. (PG) Australians examine works of art. 9.20 Victoria. (PG) 10.10 ABC Late News.

7pm Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 Make You Laugh Out Loud: Funniest Dogs Behaving Badly. (PG) 8.30 Modern Family. (M) Haley’s boyfriend meets the family. 9.00 Modern Family. (PG) 9.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares. (MA15+)

6pm Nine News. 7.00 ACA. 7.30 Thursday Night Football Preview. 7.50 Rugby League. NRL. Round 16. St George Illawarra Dragons v Parramatta Eels. 9.45 The NRL Footy Show. (M) 11.00 Embarrassing Bodies. (M)

6pm News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 MasterChef Australia. 8.30 Todd Sampson’s Body Hack 2.0: Kung Fu Masters. (PG) Todd Sampson tries to learn kung fu. 9.30 Blue Bloods. (M) 11.30 WIN News.

6.30pm News. 7.30 Great British Railway Journeys: Sheffield To Nantwich. 8.00 Peter Kuruvita’s Coastal Kitchen. 8.30 The Handmaid’s Tale. A frustrated Serena becomes desperate.







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7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 The Weekly. 8.30 Gruen XL. 9.15 Tonightly With Tom Ballard. 9.45 W1A. 10.15 The Thick Of It. 10.45 The League Of Gentlemen.

6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 News. 7.30 Border Security: Int. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE The Hundred-Foot Journey. (2014) (PG) Helen Mirren, Om Puri. 11.00 Britain’s Busiest Airport: Heathrow. (PG)

6pm American Pickers. (PG) 7.00 Friday Night Countdown. 7.30 Football. AFL. Round 14. Port Adelaide v Melbourne. 11.00 World Series Rugby. Western Force v Crusaders.

6.10pm Regular Show. (PG) 6.40 MOVIE Hotel Transylvania 2. (2015) (PG) 8.30 MOVIE The Lost World: Jurassic Park. (1997) (PG) 11.00 WWE Smackdown. (MA15+)

6pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.00 Keeping Up Appearances. (PG) 7.30 Outback. 8.30 MOVIE The Man In The Iron Mask. (1998) (M) 11.05 Chicago Justice.

6pm Hogan’s Heroes. 6.30 MacGyver. (PG) 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. (M) 11.30 NCIS: Los Angeles. (M)

6pm Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. (PG) 7.00 Will & Grace. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE No Strings Attached. (2011) (M) Ashton Kutcher. 10.40 100% Hotter. (PG) 11.40 James Corden.

7.20pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Would I Lie To You? 8.30 Mock The Week. 9.00 Russell Howard’s Stand-Up Central. 9.25 Live At The Apollo.

6.30pm Air Crash Investigation. (PG) 7.30 Mighty Trains. (PG) 8.30 Escape To The Country. 11.30 Crash Investigation Unit. (PG)

7.30pm MOVIE Hellboy. (2004) (PG) Ron Perlman. 9.50 MOVIE 10 Cloverfield Lane. (2016) (M) Mary Elizabeth Winstead. 11.55 Storage Wars. (PG) 12.30am To Be Advised. (PG)

7.30pm MOVIE 17 Again. (2009) (PG) Zac Efron, Leslie Mann. 9.30 MOVIE Fired Up! (2009) (M) Sarah Roemer, Nicholas D’Agosto, Eric Christian Olsen. 11.30 Mom. (M)

6pm RBT. (PG) 7.00 MOVIE For Your Eyes Only. (1981) (PG) Roger Moore, Carole Bouquet. 9.40 MOVIE Escape From New York. (1981) (M) Kurt Russell, Lee Van Cleef. 11.35 Cold Case. (M)

6pm All 4 Adventure. (PG) 7.00 Scorpion. (PG) 8.00 MacGyver. (M) 9.00 Bergerac. (M) 11.20 Allo! Allo! (PG)

6pm Frasier. (PG) 6.30 Raymond. 7.30 Raymond. (PG) 8.30 To Be Advised. 9.30 Car Crash Global: Caught On Camera. (M) 10.30 Robotech: Macross Saga. (M) 11.30 The Loop. (PG)

7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Penn & Teller: Fool Us. 8.40 Paul Chowdhry: PC’s World. 9.30 Gruen XL. 10.15 Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled.

6pm Mighty Ships. 7.00 Dog Patrol. 7.30 Motorway Patrol. (PG) 8.00 Highway Cops. (PG) 8.30 Border Security. (PG) 10.00 Brit Cops. (M) 11.00 Motorway Patrol. 11.30 Dog Patrol.

6pm Bloopers. 6.30 MOVIE Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl. (2003) (PG) 9.20 MOVIE Captain America: The Winter Soldier. (2014) (M)

6pm Big Bang. (PG) 8.30 Love Island Australia. (MA15+) 9.30 MOVIE Happy Gilmore. (1996) (M) Adam Sandler, Christopher McDonald. 11.30 Big Bang. (PG)

7.30pm Cricket. One Day International Series. England v Australia. Game 5. Morning session. From Old Trafford, Manchester, England. 11.30 Customs. (PG)

6pm Hogan’s Heroes. 6.30 Scorpion. 7.30 NCIS: Los Angeles. (M) 9.30 CSI: NY. (MA15+) 10.30 CSI: NY. (M) 11.30 48 Hours. (M)

6pm Frasier. (PG) 6.30 Malcolm. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Morning Glory. (2010) (M) Rachel McAdams, Harrison Ford, Diane Keaton. 10.40 Will & Grace. (PG) 11.35 Raymond. (PG)


7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 The Librarians 9.05 Threesome. 9.30 Tonightly With Tom Ballard. 10.00 Paul Chowdhry: PC’s World.

6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 Doc Martin. (M) 8.30 Foyle’s War. (M) 10.30 Robbie Coltrane’s Critical Evidence. (M) 11.30 Escape To The Country.

6pm American Pickers. (PG) 7.00 Pawn Stars. (PG) 7.30 MOVIE Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. (2006) (PG) 10.30 MOVIE We Were Soldiers. (2002) (MA15+)

6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 Big Bang. (PG) 8.30 Love Island Australia. (MA15+) 9.30 MOVIE Billy Madison. (1995) (M) Adam Sandler, Darren McGavin. 11.30 Big Bang. (PG)

6pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.00 Keeping Up Appearances. 7.30 Death In Paradise. (M) 8.40 New Tricks. (PG) 9.50 Australian Crime Stories. (MA15+) 11.00 To Be Advised.

6.30pm Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. (M) 8.30 NCIS. (M) 10.30 Motor Racing. Formula 1. Race 8. French Grand Prix. H’lights. 11.30 Scorpion.

6pm Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. (PG) 7.00 Will & Grace. (PG) 7.30 Sex And The City. (M) 8.30 MOVIE The Heartbreak Kid. (2007) (MA15+) 10.45 Dating Naked. (M) 11.45 James Corden.


7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Mock The Week. 8.30 The IT Crowd. 9.05 This Country. 9.30 Tonightly With Tom Ballard. 10.00 Zapped.

6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 The Vicar Of Dibley. (PG) 8.30 The Last Detective. (M) 10.15 Crimes That Shook The World. (MA15+) 11.15 Escape To The Country.

6pm American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. (PG) 7.30 Highway Patrol. (PG) 8.30 Outback Truckers. (M) 9.30 Full Custom Garage. (PG) 10.30 Towies. 11.00 Ice Road Truckers. 12am Ink Master.

6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 Big Bang. (PG) 8.30 Love Island Australia. (MA15+) 9.30 MOVIE Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy. (2004) (M) 11.30 Big Bang. (PG)

6pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.00 Keeping Up Appearances. (PG) 7.30 New Tricks. (M) 8.40 Midsomer Murders. (M) 10.40 Major Crimes. 11.40 Hot In Cleveland.

6.30pm Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. (M) 8.30 CSI: Miami. (MA15+) 9.30 CSI: NY. (MA15+) 10.30 Instinct. (M) 11.30 CSI: NY. (MA15+)

6pm Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Rules Of Engagement. 8.30 Hughesy, We Have A Problem. (M) 9.30 The Graham Norton Show. (PG) 10.30 Will & Grace. 11.30 James Corden.



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7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Absolutely Fabulous. 9.00 Josh. 9.30 Tonightly With Tom Ballard. 10.00 An Idiot Abroad. 10.45 The League Of Gentlemen.

6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 Pie In The Sky. (PG) 8.30 Jonathan Creek. (M) 10.30 Cities Of The Underworld. (PG) 11.30 Escape To The Country.

6pm American Pickers. (PG) 7.00 Pawn Stars. (PG) 7.30 The Simpsons. (PG) 9.30 Family Guy. (MA15+) 10.30 Family Guy. (M) 11.00 American Dad! (M) 12.30am Black-ish. (PG)

6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 Big Bang. (PG) 8.30 Love Island Australia. (MA15+) 9.30 MOVIE We’re The Millers. (2013) (M) Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis. 11.45 Mom. (M)

6pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.00 Keeping Up Appearances. 7.30 Air Crash Confidential. 8.40 MOVIE Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. (1989) (PG) 10.50 Cold Case.

6.30pm Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. (M) 8.30 NCIS: Los Angeles. (M) 9.30 Shark Tank. (PG) 10.30 Todd Sampson’s Body Hack 2.0. (M) 11.35 CSI: NY. (M)

6pm Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Fail Army. 7.30 Car Crash Global: Caught On Camera. 8.30 MOVIE Bruce Almighty. (2003) (M) 10.30 Bondi Ink Tattoo Crew.



7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Frontline. 8.30 To Be Advised. 9.00 Ronny Chieng: Int Student. 9.30 Tonightly With Tom Ballard. 10.00 Chewing Gum.

6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 Father Brown. (M) 8.30 Murdoch Mysteries. (M) 11.30 Escape To The Country.

6pm American Pickers. (PG) 7.00 Football. AFL. Round 15. Richmond v Sydney. From Etihad Stadium, Melbourne. 10.00 The Front Bar. (M) 11.00 Family Guy. (M) 12am Ax Men. (M)

6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 8.30 Love Island Australia. (MA15+) 9.30 Bromans. (MA15+) 11.30 WWE Raw. (MA15+)

6pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.00 Keeping Up Appearances. (PG) 7.30 MOVIE The Last Starfighter. (1984) (PG) 9.35 MOVIE Payback. (1999) (MA15+) 11.40 Rizzoli & Isles.

6.30pm Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 Walker, Texas Ranger. (M) 8.30 Cops: Adults Only. (M) 9.00 MOVIE Invasion USA. (1985) (MA15+) Chuck Norris, Richard Lynch, Melissa Prophet. 11.15 Instinct. (M)

6pm Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. (PG) 7.00 Will & Grace. (PG) 8.30 Sex And The City. (MA15+) 10.30 Mike & Molly. (M) 11.00 Mike & Molly. (PG) 11.30 James Corden. (M)


with MWP’s man in the water

So finally it’s nice and chilly! To be honest I’m still paddling around in boardshorts and a vest. So harden up you lot! How good have the conditions been? Keep an eye on your favourite spot. Last weekend I thought it was too small, then suddenly it pumped for two hours on the right tide. Nothing worse then hearing people rave about what you missed! Okay, State of Origin on Sunday? WHAT THE HELL!? Will be interesting to see if the ref has had his eye exam! Looks like there will be a few more waves this weekend so keep an eye out!

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