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ur world continues to change at an unprecedented rate. It can be difficult to keep up with the constant technological advancements. My childhood was spent during the era of no mobile phones. I saw cassettes make way for CDs, video tapes replaced by DVDs and I fondly recall the ping of dial-up internet. We flew kites my dad made from bamboo sticks and newspaper, and taking a plane ride was a rare treat. We would argue over the window seat, eager to watch the world pass by below. Today’s children will remember childhoods of uninterrupted internet access, streaming services, STEM toys that teach four-year-olds about coding, and access to remote-controlled flying devices such as drones. There is no slowing down time, and with every passing day, our reliance on technology grows. The Drone Age is a newly coined term, and one which references society’s ability to access, and call on this new technology. From armed forces through to scientists, school students, photographers and even food delivery businesses, thousands of people are now utilising drones. This week we take a look at the growing interest and how this revolution is changing our everyday life. The story is on page 10. Also in this edition, we launch our new monthly 55 plus section, which features health and lifestyle advice from industry experts, as well as articles on current issues. It’s on page 36. Until next week, take care.
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LIVING THE DREAM Where do you live? The Sunshine Coast hinterland.
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Can you nominate a day in your life that turned out to be a turning point and why? At a seminar I was giving in Brisbane I asked, â€œWho here remembers the person who stood on the third box at the Olympics? Anybody here rush out to buy their book, thinking oh gee howâ€™d you get third?â€? At the end of that program, a woman stood up and said, â€œThanks very much. I was on the third box at the Olympics. My nameâ€™s Natalie Cook and I won bronze at the â€™96 Atlanta Olympics in beach volleyball.â€? She said, â€œThe reason Iâ€™m so upset by what you said today is itâ€™s all true. I know you have the skills and tools I need to get me what I want, which is the gold medal at the Sydney 2000 Olympics. Will you work with me?â€? For the next two-and-half years I worked with Natalie Cook and Kerri Pottharst and took them to win gold at the Sydney 2000 Olympics.
What are you currently working on? My next book. Your family includes? My wife Erin, our three beautiful children, Lucia, Sasha and Elijah, and Hamish the cat. First car? A 1964 VW convertible Beetle. Favourite book? Illusions by Richard Bach. If your life was a book, what would be the title? How Would Love Respond? What are you reading now? Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari. Favourite song and why? The Impossible Dream from Man Of La Mancha. Itâ€™s always felt like a guide for the way I live my life. What are you watching right now, would you recommend it, and why? Escape Plan: The Extractors. It was directed by my mentor and dear friend John Herzfeld.
â€œIn life, everyone gets a shot. It all comes down to what you do with your shotâ€?
When was the last time you played sport and what was it? Even though itâ€™s not officially a sport I train in the martial art of aikido three times a week, and have for the past 11 years.
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Best advice youâ€™ve been given? Sylvester Stallone told me, in life, everyone gets a shot. It all comes down to what you do with your shot, and your shot rarely looks like what you think it was supposed to look like. So, treat everything as if itâ€™s your shot in life. What is your favourite place on the Sunshine Coast and why? Cotton Tree â€“ itâ€™s where Erin married me. If you could change one thing on the Sunshine Coast, what would it be? I wouldnâ€™t because itâ€™s perfect one day, and better the next. Best day in your life and why? Every day I get to spend with my wife Erin and my amazing kids,
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What achievement are you most proud of? The birth of my son Elijah. You are happiest when? Iâ€™m breathing. If you could tell your 18-year-old self anything, what would it be? Go the distance. If you could have dinner with any three people, dead or alive, who would they be? Elvis, and my mum and dad. Tea or coffee and how do you have it? Tea â€“ Turmeric Active. NRL or AFL? NRL. I was honoured to work with the Brisbane Broncos in the 2000 season when they won the premiership.
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ON THIS DAY uly 19 IN HISTORY J 1873 – William Gosse sights Ayers Rock (Uluru), naming it after South Australian premier Henry Ayers. 2000 – An international measure is adopted to block rebel groups from trading “conflict diamonds” to fund Africa’s vicious civil wars. 2014 – The US says it believes a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 was brought down by a missile fired from an area of eastern Ukraine controlled by pro-Russian separatists. 2015 – Australian surfer Mick Fanning punches a shark that threatens him. – AAP
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Deep in Germany’s Black Forest, arachnologist Barbara Baehr first discovered the fascination with spiders that led her to Australia. Not so much the big hairy ones, but the tiny little spiders, like five new species of brushed jumping spiders she’s found. With most of Europe’s arachnids already identified, she moved to Australia where scientists estimate more than 70 per cent of spiders remain unclassified. Some 3500 species of Australian spiders have been classified but scientists believe that number will eventually soar past 10,000 species. Dr Baehr has classified dozens of spiders with the latest being tiny Australian jumping spiders – barely the size of a grain of rice. Along with colleagues Dr Joseph Schubert from Monash University and Dr Danilo Harms from the University of Hamburg, Dr Baehr has discovered five new species. Four of the five new species are from Queensland and one is from New South Wales. At only a few millimetres, they can be difficult to spot. One spider in particular with its large black eyes like sunglasses and its black and white front legs led to it being named after late fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld. – AAP
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Drones aren’t just a fad – these remotely operated flying machines are changing our lives and are now essential tools that help our emergency services, scientists and businesses. WORDS: Roxanne McCarty-O’Kane.
t was less than a decade ago that Australians could only dream of a future where drones could be used to deliver products, thwart criminals, save lives in the surf and replace fireworks with incredible synchronised light displays. But the future is here and remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPASs) are fast becoming integrated into our way of life. It is estimated that the world drone market will reach $127 billion by 2020 and the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) estimates there are more than 150,000 RPASs in Australia. A sophisticated drone registration and accreditation scheme being implemented this year will give clearer numbers in the near future. CASA’s RPAS branch manager Luke Gumley says the number of remote pilot operator certificates will likely double the number of manned air operator certificates this year. More than 11,043 remote pilot licenses and 1510 operator certificates already issued for commercial drone flyers. “It’s hard to imagine where that might grow to in the next few years,” he says. “But if we look just at the licensing side of things, by 2023, based on current trends, we can see a total of 24,000 remote pilot licenses in Australia. “Remotely piloted aircraft represent a significant and growing component of Australia’s aviation sector and of CASA’s activity. The real expansion of drones was around 2012. Initially, drones required a lot
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of manual input to operate them, whereas current drones are highly automated and have more assistive systems – this makes them more accessible for all users. The pace of technological change in the RPAS sector means CASA must continue to adapt its more traditional approach to aviation safety.” CASA has granted special permission to a number of businesses and organisations to allow them flexibility in RPAS regulations, which requires drones to remain at least 30 metres away from people. In April, CASA granted Wing, which is run by Google’s overarching company Alphabet, permission to trial delivering products including burritos, coffee, gelato, chocolate, bread and medication from a dozen businesses by drone from the suburb of Mitchell, on the fringes of Canberra, to five surrounding suburbs for a year. This comes after a successful year-long trial in Bonython, in south Canberra, where more than a thousand deliveries were made without a safety incident. In addition, drones are being used by tech-savvy farmers to spray and monitor crops, by real estate agents to capture images of listed properties and by a growing number of people in the film industry. Drones are also empowering our first line responders. Surf Life Saving Queensland operations co-ordinator Jason Argent say four RPASs were deployed on the Sunshine Coast earlier
“The added height they give us, along with that different perspective… means we can be a lot more effective” Jason Argent, SLSQ
this year to boost front-line services and increase safety as part of the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Drone Program. “SLSQ has been testing drones for a number of years now, under various
conditions and in different capacities,” he says. “The surveillance capabilities of these drones enables us to closely monitor any rips, currents, sand bars and tidal movements in the water and, of course, keep an eye on any swimmers who may have strayed outside of the flags or need our help. “While drones won’t replace the need for surf lifesavers and lifeguards on the beach, they will definitely add significant value to our existing services. The added height they give us, along with that different perspective and viewpoint, means we can be a lot more effective and proactive with our surf patrols.” The Queensland Police Service (QPS) has been using RPASs since 2013 and was Australia’s first law enforcement jurisdiction to do so. Acting Sergeant Rob Whittle says the fleet of RPASs has grown to 63 across the state, with 57 pilots trained to use them. “Since 2013, the QPS has conducted 972 drone flights, including 480 in 2018 and 367 in the first six months of 2019,” he says. “The devices have helped improve outcomes by recording evidence quickly and accurately, as well as providing situational awareness at major incident scenes and assisting in some search and rescues.” Acting Sergeant Whittle says drones were deployed in post-disaster relief in a bushfire disaster area in late 2018 to obtain aerial photos and video of destroyed areas behind the still burning fire front. “In November 2017, there was a deployment of RPASs to myweeklypreview.com.au
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5 FAST FACTS The world drone market is estimated to reach $127 billion by 2020. The number of remote pilot operator certificates will likely double the number of manned air operator certificates this year. Drone-delivering technology is already being trialled by Google’s overarching company, Alphabet, in Canberra. The Queensland Police Service has conducted 972 drone flights, including 480 in 2018 and 367 in the first six months of 2019. CASA issued 63 fines in 2018, with offences ranging from not flying within line of sight, flying at night and flying within 30 metres of people, costing between $1050 and $10,500.
Mackay to assist in the investigation of an attempted murder of police officers by firearms,” he says. “The RPASs were used in support of forensic scene examination. “The outcome demonstrated RPAS support was extremely beneficial in this instance due to the size of the scene spanning approximately 2.5 kilometres. Aerial video and still imagery of the entire scene was completed quickly, captured within one hour of flight time, compared to traditional methods, which would have taken at least one day, with investigators being able to view the entire footage of the scene in a very short space of time. Aerial images and video were used by forensics in the construction and overall interactive production for investigators and assistance to the court.” Drones are also one of the essential tools being used for scientific research, with the University of the Sunshine Coast being the first tertiary institution in Australia to place drones in the hands of undergrads with the launch of the Mapping With Drones course. USC Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography Dr Javier Leon started using drones to enhance his research project
findings five years ago and has used the technology to measure shoreline erosion, monitor coral reefs in the Solomon Islands, map ghost crab populations to determine beach health and map soil erosion for agricultural applications. “The technology has advanced so much, we are able to gain measurements down to centimetre readings, which is something we could never have imagined just five years ago,” he says. “We can use thermal imaging equipment attached to drones to monitor wildlife, use overlapping photos taken by drones to reconstruct them into 3D structures and maps and what used to take a team of 10 people with extensive equipment up to a week to complete can now take two people a matter of half an hour.” Dr Leon says drones are transforming our way of life and USC is looking at how it can harness the passion of recreational drone pilots to become data-collecting partners. “We will be surrounded by drones of different shapes and sizes – whether we like it or not, they are going to be everywhere,” he says.“Things like brain-controlled flying used to be sci-fi, but it has already been developed and is being tested. People are working on overcoming the main limitations such as battery life and how to apply drones to things like transporting people.”
Drones are being used to assist police
Of course as with any technology, there are those who worry about the use of drones for military and surveillance applications, but Dr Leon says CASA is “at the forefront in the world on drone regulations”. Mr Gumley says CASA has a number of rules to protect the general population in terms of aviation safety, such as not operating within 30 metres of people, not flying at night and not flying within 5.5 kilometres of a controlled aerodrome. “CASA also conducted a passive drone surveillance trial near certain Australian airports and Sydney Harbour restricted airspace and at certain major events across Australia,” he says. “The surveillance equipment permitted CASA to identify the location of the airborne drone and its controller, with capability to easily deploy a mobile version of the surveillance equipment.” CASA issued 63 fines in 2018, with offences ranging from not flying within line of sight, flying at night and flying within 30 metres of people, costing between $1050 and $10,500. Among them was a $1050 fine imposed on a man who flew over an Ed Sheeran concert in Brisbane last year. Twentysix fines have been issued so far this year. According to the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, there have been no reported collisions with aircraft in Australia and as of 2017, there were fewer than five reported worldwide. Most reported incidents were near-misses above 300 metres – well above the 120-metre ceiling imposed by CASA. There have, however been high profile incidents where drones have collided with land-based vehicles, including cars on the Sydney Harbour Bridge in late 2016. Flying commercially or for economic gain is illegal unless you have your remote pilot licence or are flying in the sub-two kilogram category and Mr Gumley says drone pilots must operate their drones safely and in accordance with the relevant regulations that govern aircraft operations. “We recommend that operators do their research, visit droneflyer.gov.au to make sure they operate within the rules and download an app from casa.gov.au/droneapp,” he says.
LEARN FROM THE COAST’S BEST DRONE RACERS
Connor Middleton & Eamon Kriz
Forget training for years on end to gain enough skill to take on the Red Bull Air Race. Those who have the need for speed can start on a much smaller scale with Drone racing. Sunshine Coast duo Eamon Kriz and Connor Middleton are at the forefront of drone racing in the region, founding Drone Camps late in 2018. Held several times a year, the camps are designed to teach aspiring drone racers how to build, fly and race a first-person view (FPV) drone at high speed around obstacle courses, giving pilots the sensation of being at the controls of a stunt aircraft. Mr Middleton says at their second camp, which was held earlier this year, the Australian Army and Australian Army Drone Racing team facilitated the first day to look at real-life applications of emerging drone technology. “There are not really any courses out there to teach drone racing and when I first started two years ago, I struggled to find information, so we decided to make one ourselves,” he says. “We have partnered with CQUniversity and people in our camps get to use the flight simulators on the Noosa campus so they can gain experience in flying before they try it with a real drone. Mr Middleton’s passion for racing is matched by Drone Camps co-founder Mr Kriz’s business acumen. Mr Kriz founded his aerial photography business, In The Air, two years ago and is an accredited commercial RPAS pilot. Together, they hope to bring the Coast up to speed on the potential to be part of the fastest-growing new international sport. Find out more at dronecamp.com.au.
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Mercedes-Benz Sunshine Coast Mid-Year Sale. Christmas has come early to Mercedes-Benz Sunshine Coast. Purchase and take delivery of a brand new or demonstrator Mercedes-Benz C-Class, E-Class or CLS during the month of July, 2019 at Mercedes-Benz Sunshine Coast and receive the following: •Guaranteed $0 Stamp Duty. •Guaranteed $0 GST. •3 Years Complimentary Scheduled Servicing. Oﬀer ends 31st July, 2019 or while stocks last.*Terms and conditions apply.
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LOVE YOUR SISTER RETURNS TO THE COAST The epic Love Your Sister Road Trip will see Gold Logie winner Samuel Johnson return to the Sunshine Coast, this time as part of White’s IGA Bli Bli community event. Coast fans will have another chance to meet the popular actor and Love Your Sister co-founder as he stops off at the Bli Bli IGA on July 25 from 9am to 10.30am. Love Your Sister merchandise is available to purchase at all White’s IGAs to support the charity Mr Johnson started in honour of his late sister Connie. White’s IGA co-owner Roz White says $2 heart tokens are available to buy at all White’s IGA stores until August 31, with all proceeds going to Love Your Sister. “We are incredibly honoured to be able to support Samuel and his team as they visit our store. He is such a genuine and gorgeous man who is multi-dimensional and real,” she says. “He’s an all-round top bloke and it’s no wonder that people love him so much.” Every stop on his journey around the country has seen Mr Johnson connect on a heart level with the people he meets, listening to their stories and drawing strength from their support. Mr Johnson has pledged to raise $10 million for cancer research and although his sister has since passed, he is determined to honour their mission. To find out more about the road trip, visit loveyoursister.org.
The community is encouraged to band together to support the Bli Bli Unite Fun Run/Walk to make a stand against domestic violence. White Ribbon Sunshine Coast chair, Superintendent Darryl Johnson, and Bli Bli Neighbourhood Watch president Edith Blanck, have opened registrations for the event, to be held on September 22 at Parklakes 2. It highlights the work of White Ribbon to prevent domestic violence. Last year’s event raised more than $10,000 for White Ribbon and another $7800 for victims of family and domestic violence, Lily House and Sonshine Sanctuary refuge homes. To register, go to bbla.com.au/ funrun.html.
PETER FITZSIMONS TO SPEAK AT MAYORAL BALL FUNK OPERA AT NOOSA Award-winning bel canto soprano Emma Bridget Tomlinson will showcase her performance Opera Funk for one show only as part of Noosa Alive! Miss Tomlinson will be accompanied by Sean Peter Ross and Peter Koppes. The show, which will be held at Noosa Arts Theatre on July 27 at 4.30pm, is an operetta twist combining history with fearless melodies of voice, piano and guitar. Tickets are available at noosaalive.com.au.
LOCAL MOTHER OF TWO WINS 160-KILOMETRE ENDURANCE RIDE BEATING 298 RIDERS Sunshine Coast endurance rider Kaylea Maher was able to fulfil her dream of holding up the most coveted prize in the sport of endurance riding – the Tom Quilty Gold Cup – when she crossed the line on Saturday ahead of 298 other riders from across Australia and abroad in the iconic 160-kilometre endurance race. Ms Maher completed the ride, which was hosted at the Stirling’s Crossing Equestrian Complex in Imbil Queensland, in 10 hours and eight minutes after setting off on the ultimate endurance challenge at midnight on Friday night. Ms Maher gave credit to her horse, Matta Mia Dimari, a locally bred Arabian with a feisty spirit. Second place went to Jamie Green from Brisbane and third place to Paul Bidei from France who both rode in the middleweight division. There was much excitement for the Cole family from Panuara, New South Wales, when mum Jolene took out the heavyweight division while her 13-year-old daughter Emma was the first junior. This is the first time that the Tom Quilty Gold Cup has been hosted at the Stirling’s Crossing Equestrian Complex and the iconic ride attracted around 2000 riders, support crew and spectators to the town. For a full list of results, visit aeraspace.com.au.
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Peter FitzSimons has been confirmed as the special guest of this year’s Mayoral Ball, to be held at the new Sunshine Coast Convention Centre at the Novotel Twin Waters on August 17. Organised by SunnyKids to raise funds for a number of community purposes, the Mayoral Ball has Mayor Mark Jamieson become an iconic event, with a total with his wife Lorrell of $250,000 raised over the past three years. This year’s event includes a white tie dress code to elevate the style and grace of the event, while locally sourced produce will be included in the customised menu. Tickets are available by calling 5479 0394 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
BMX RIDERS ON A HIGH THANKS TO GRANT Suncoast Hinterland BMX Club is leaping ahead thanks to a track resurface made possible by a $6369 Sunshine Coast Council major community grant. The Mooloolah track upgrade was funded last year and Suncoast Hinterland BMX Club president Kelly Jull said her club was thrilled to have received funding to carry out the much-needed track resurface. Applications for the council’s major community grants program are now open and not-for-profit community organisations are urged to seek funding. Information sessions will be held across the region from July 24 to August 6. To find your closest session and register to attend, visit sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au and search for ‘grant information sessions’.
The Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network (SCBWN) last week announced the finalists for the 2019 awards. Twenty-seven businesswomen are vying for one of the six awards in categories including Corporate, Micro Small, Professional, Young, Sustainable and Outstanding. The winners will be announced at an awards dinner at The Events Centre, Caloundra on August 9. The SCBWN Awards celebrated its 20th anniversary last year. My Weekly Preview will feature profiles of the finalists in the August 2 edition. Or, to find out who the finalists are in each category, visit scbwn.org.au/2019-award-finalists.
A SECOND MOLOKAI CROSSING FOR GUTHRIE In 2018, Campbell Guthrie, a young Aussie Surf Lifesaver from Alexandra Headland, undertook the challenge of the Hawaiian Molokai Channel and battled a crossing claimed by the locals as one of the most difficult in years, to finish first in his under-29 age group and fifth overall in the Unlimited Prone class. The race across this treacherous but beautiful stretch of ocean has captured the young paddler’s heart and he is currently completing his training to make another crossing in this year’s race on July 28. With the benefit of previous race experience, Mr Guthrie hopes to improve his position and make the podium of the elite division. The 52-kilometre race starts in Kepuhi Bay on the northwest shore of Molokai and finishes in Maunalua Bay on the southeast shore of Oahu. myweeklypreview.com.au
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More than half our population* will travel by air for business or pleasure at least once this year, but many will commute to Brisbane first because our local airport runway cannot accommodate the larger aircraft for long haul flights.
The proposed flight paths to support the new
runway have been in the public domain for nearly five years and remain so to this day. These flight paths have been the subject of
Maroochydore Airport Master Plan (proposed route) Sunshine Motorway Alignment
Maroochy Strategic Plan 1985
processes along the way.
Maroochy Plan 2000
Weâ€™re doing something about that! Sunshine Coast Council is building a new runway thatâ€™s bigger, wider and better aligned with prevailing winds so our community can access the world from the Sunshine Coast.
The airspace around the Sunshine Coast is very
Sunshine Coast Airport Master Plan 2007
Environmental Impact Statement Terms of Reference
A new runway and better facilities means greater accessibility and more opportunities for work, tourism and exporting businesses.
airspace and flight paths servicing the Brisbane
Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Sunshine Coast Planning Scheme 2014
The Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion Project didnâ€™t just happen overnight. Itâ€™s been a long time in the making. This project has been the subject of extensive consultation with the community â€“ in both the Sunshine Coast Council and Noosa Shire areas â€“ over many years. It has the approvals required from all levels of government to proceed. Construction of the new runway is underway and is due for completion in 2020.
are very few options in terms of potential
Additional Environmental Impact Statement
Proposed flight paths
extensive public information and consultative
constrained by safety considerations, terrain, populated areas and the fact that this region is part of the Brisbane Basin and therefore its flight paths are close to, and intersect with, the Airport and Amberley Air Base. Airservices Australia has made it clear there viable flight paths for the new runway and that the concept flight paths that have been published since 2014 and subject to community consultation provide a good basis for the detailed design of the new flight paths. The new runway at the Sunshine Coast Airport will benefit the whole community and we look forward to it opening our region to the world.
Find out more by searching Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion Project on councilâ€™s website.
tourism and local exporters Fewer dwellings affected by aircraft noise#
5000 by 2040
2,000,000 passengers annually
new full-time jobs by 2040
(direct and indirect)
contribution to Gross Regional Product (2020-2040)
Queensland Coordinator-General, 2016.
2019 Potential to
reach new destinations
at home and abroad
New runway operational in 2020.
Potential to attract over
â€œI consider that Sunshine Coast Regional Council has taken all reasonable steps to inform the community about the airport expansion, prior to and during the EIS process.â€?
* Roy Morgan Research, Sky high: Australiansâ€™ air travel habits, 9 December 2016.
# Based on five or more events of 70 or more decibels
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NEW BATTERY SYSTEM’S TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL Electric cars are plugging in at the University of the Sunshine Coast as the precinct’s innovative solar project enters the final construction n stage.
he University of the Sunshine Coast’s innovative ‘water battery’ is a major step closer to being switched on, with new car park covers fitted with hundreds of solar panels at the Sippy Downs campus. The solar panels are among 6000 that have been installed to generate enough energy to cool the 4.5 megalitres of water that will be circulated through the campus air-conditioning and save 40 per cent of the university’s grid energy use. USC manager, energy and infrastructure Dennis Frost says the project is the result of an innovative partnership with Veolia, which will build and install a thermal water battery system and operate it for the first 10 years. “We are starting to get some really positive responses, particularly from people who are already using the [car] parks, seeing the solar panels installed and using the four new electric charging stations for cars,” Mr Frost says. “The thermal water tank is well under construction, and is nearly half its final height, with the roof built first and the walls seeming to grow beneath it as the tank structure is hoisted upwards.” Thanks to the project, USC mechanical
An artist’s impression of the tank and plant room engineering graduate Josh Craven, 23, has come full circle. He slotted into a role at Kunda Park with global environmental solutions provider Veolia soon after graduation and soon found himself back on campus to help construct the water battery. Mr Craven was involved in the early project planning, including layout drawings, site drawings, writing the scope of works and organising contracts. “It’s exciting to be working on a project that was designed for USC specifically to save energy and to protect the environment,” he says. “It is becoming increasingly crucial that we consider the impact we are having on the environment.”
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“Every year, due to new industry dustry standards, a growing environmental mental awareness, and the increasing cost of electricity, we see that clients are more willing to see sustainable solutions.” ions.” Mr Craven is also working with USC engineering students, conducting ing energy audits for several buildings across oss the campus to help the precinct take ke more steps towards its goal of reaching ng zero net emissions by 2025. USC engineering discipline e Leader Professor Helen Fairweather says ays the project offers a unique opportunity forr students to see sustainable and innovative projects in action. “It’s becoming the norm forr engineering students that this is what is required quired when you do a construction project,”” she says. “You look for ways to bring in renewable technology, renewable energy and construction techniques that are more efficient, use less materials and d have a sustainable life.” The project is expected to save more than 92,000 tonnes of carbon emissions over 25 years. USC is also developing ng plans for carbon-saving measures at its other campuses across the region.
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A RUGBY STAR ON THE RISE Junior Wallabies ca captain a Fraser McReight is having the time of his life. WORDS: Roxanne McCarty-O’Kane.
raser McReight was first stt introduced to rugby years old after his union when he was five ve v ey parents enrolled him m iin n the sport to burn off his excess energy. The physical challenge challlen ng ge e and a mateship developed among team teammates have fuelled amm m Mr McReight’s passion passio on for f the sport, and this the St George year the 20-year-old joined joi Queensland Reds Train Training Squad and was named the Junior Wallabies captain. Wall The back rower, who w was born in Buderim, says it has been “a whirlwind of b a year” and the season seaso is far from over. He has already led le the Junior Wallabies to success in the Oceania Rugby U20 Championship, beating New Champio Zealand and lifting the t trophy for the first time in its five-y five-year history, and he helped get his side off o to a blistering start at the World Rugby U20 Ru Championship in Argentina, Ar spearheading a 36-12 win over Italy. Despite being the first Junior Wallabies side to make mak it to the final in nine years, they weren’t weren quite able to snatch the title away from the defending f champions, France’s Les L Bleuets. “It was a tough season seas – the boys really pulled together and put up u a good fight
though,” Mr McReight says. “I’d say bad luck got the better of us in some games and we didn’t get the win we were after. That being said, things are well and truly put into place for great success in the next year or two.” Starting with the Albany Creek Brumbies at the age of five, Mr McReight says a lot of hard work has gone into remaining on form and committed to the sport, which has seen him progress from Queensland Schoolboys and Sevens through to Australian Schoolboys in 2016 and make his debut for the Junior Wallabies in 2018. “The biggest challenges [in my progress] I would say I’ve had to face have been off the field. This includes the process of developing my body properly for each rank that I climb,” he says. “I’ve found more and more that eating the right food to allow for this development is so crucial. I have become a lot better food wise, but it’s vital that I keep working on the nutrition and body conditioning side of things, so I keep progressing as a player.” Thanks to his form in the latest international campaign Mr McReight’s form has been compared in rugby circles to one of his idols, George Smith. “I love George Smith, as he was on the
cover of Rugby 2005 on PlayStation 2 and I thought it was the coolest,” he says. “I have been fortunate enough to meet him a couple of times and do breakdown drills with him at the St George Queensland Reds, when I go in for training sessions.” Mr McReight says there have already been a number of highlights in his career so far and debuting with the St George Queensland Reds this year against The Brumbies is right up there. “We played on a scorching Sunday and we smashed them – it was quite the game,” he says. “The next moment that comes to mind was versing Argentina in their home town and winning the semi-final for the U20 Junior Wallabies.” Although his rugby commitments keep him away from the Coast during the season, Mr McReight says he is looking forward to returning to Caloundra, where his family are living. For those who are aspiring sportspeople in any code, Mr McReight says make sure you are having fun. “Life’s too short to do something you don’t enjoy, so enjoy the ride,” he says. “There can be a lot of ups and downs but just remember that if you are diligent and put in the work, results and success will come.”
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PROFILE possibility of making a bequest, giving a donation, participating in an event, contributing your time and talent to the work the foundation does. “The foundation developed an ambassador program pretty early on in its life simply for the purpose of talking positively about the work the foundation does. That ambassador army has grown to around 400 people. You think about the power of that when conversations are had with neighbours and families. A sticker gets put on your car or your mailbox – ‘I’m a Buderim Foundation ambassador’ – it’s good old-fashioned promotion that works, especially when its face-to-face and based on quality relationships.” Mr Devers has been inspired by the Buderim War Memorial Community Association (BWMCA), as well as family members who served in WWI and WWII as well as all Australians past and present who have served Australia in the armed forces. “I’m also influenced by Hugh Mackay, the social researcher. He says it’s not where you live but how you live – we need communities and communities need us.” Mr Devers implemented a number of successful marketing strategies during his 13 years with the organisation, including being the principle contact with the foundation’s three sponsors, Buderim Pharmacy, Edenlea on Buderim and Sunshine Toyota. “Their donations have underpinned the cost base of the organisation, which has enabled us to say that if you donate a dollar, that whole dollar goes into the fund and never gets spent in perpetuity – it’s a great concept and very appealing. The organisation’s admin costs, insurances, hosting websites and all those sorts of things are covered off by our
three very generous sponsors.” Mr Devers is the kind of positive, wise soul you could easily chat for hours with over a cuppa, picking his brain about what he’s learned about happiness and success in his life. If he had to sum it all up, he’d say it all comes down to relationships. “Invest heavily in quality relationships with family, extended family, neighbours, friends and colleagues,” he says. “The more heavily you can invest in quality relationships on a really good, solid, meaningful face-to-face basis rather than social media or texting, the better. The reciprocal exchange of value when you are engaged with people who are important to you gives a lovely balance and it gives a social dividend for the individual.” While Mr Devers will always be involved with the Buderim Foundation, albeit in an unofficial capacity, he feels he stepped down from the board at the right time. “After 14 years it was time for me to do some serious succession planning. We needed fresh eyes, fresh energy, some new thinking. “That’s all important but I guess, it’s anchored in something that actually has runs on the board, policies and procedures and methods that have been demonstrated to work. I like the idea of renewal, but I also like the idea of being able to look in the rear view mirror and say, what we’ve done has worked.”
“Invest heavily in quality relationships with family, extended family, neighbours…”
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Community crusader John Devers is one of the key volunteers behind the Buderim Foundation’s success, celebrating 15 years of giving this year. WORDS: Leigh Robshaw.
he Buderim Foundation, would not be the successful organisation it is today without the invaluable input, creative ideas, marketing and communications expertise of John Devers. Mr Devers was involved in the initial planning stages and launch of the organisation in 2004 until his departure from the board in 2017. During that time, the foundation has awarded 139 grants worth $459,443 to 77 organisations in the 4556 post
code and distributed $154,950 worth of back-to-school vouchers. That’s a benefit of nearly $615,000 to the Buderim community. As a communications strategy specialist for more than 40 years with large corporations and media organisations, Mr Devers is credited with being the brains behind the organisation’s successful marketing program. “The secret is some pretty old-fashioned principles of talking within your neighbourhoods and networks about the
The Buderim Foundation’s grant applications close on July 21 – so be quick! Successful applicants will receive their grants at the Grant Giving Celebration on September 14. For more information visit buderimfoundation.org.au.
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SUNSHINE COAST COUNCIL PROMOTION
Maroochydore City Centre rolls out welcome mat The Sunshine Coast community is invited to head along and enjoy the region’s new city centre at a family-friendly celebration.
ave the date! Sunshine Coast residents are invited to a familyfriendly event on Saturday August 10 at the new Maroochydore City
Centre. Mayor Mark Jamieson says this event will offer our community the opportunity to visit and walk through the first section of the
53-hectare development site before the first stage of the road network is opened to traffic on Monday August 12. “It will provide a fantastic opportunity to get a glimpse of our emerging city centre,” Mayor Jamieson says. The day will include a free program of activities starting with the official opening
NATIONAL TREE DAY Venture outdoors, get your hands in the earth and join Australia’s largest tree planting event. Stay for the whole morning or drop in when you can.
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MOOLOOLABA ICON REVAMP An iconic Mooloolaba location is undergoing a multimillion-dollar face-lift to ensure it remains a destination of choice for residents and visitors. The Mooloolaba Holiday Park on Parkyn Parade is closed until early December, with the facilities to be demolished and replaced with highquality, modern amenities. “This extensive $3.8 million upgrade will replace 75 small powered sites with 60 larger sites, with improved access, new amenities, landscaping and improved connections to the beachside boardwalk,” Divisional Councillor John Connolly says.
APPLY FOR GRANTS Applications for council’s Major Community Grants Program, Minor Community Grants Program (Events Category) and the Environment Levy Grants Program are now open. Community organisations are urged to seek funding for projects, events and activities that will benefit Sunshine Coast communities. To give your organisation the best chance of securing funding, attend one of council’s four information sessions happening around the region from July 24. Reserve your spot and find more information on council’s website at sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/grants. Applications close August 26.
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Cellist Louise King will be among the talented performers on stage during the free evening entertainment program at Urban Square from 6pm. Arrive early to enjoy a range of activities from 11am at the Maroochydore City Centre People’s Day.
of the Aerodrome Road and First Avenue intersection at 11am and then a wide range of activities throughout the day, culminating in an evening performance program from 6pm. “Momentum is building around our city centre with the underground waste, roads and digital infrastructure for this first stage complete,” Mayor Jamieson says. “Construction of commercial buildings in the first stage has already commenced, with more timed to start later this year. “The city centre will be a valuable asset to our region as our economy and population continue to grow. We want to make sure our most valuable assets – our residents – are part of the excitement as our city centre takes shape and starts to evolve.” Sunshine Coast Council will showcase our smart city technology with interactive displays, with council officers on hand to explain some of the features that will be part of our new city centre. “The event will be a great opportunity to get a glimpse at what our future city will include and there will be plenty of interactive displays on show,” he says. There will be an opportunity to purchase limited refreshments from one of the local food vendors on site during the day. Residents are invited to pack a picnic and bring a rug or chair to enjoy the evening performance from 6pm. The Maroochydore City Centre project is Australia’s largest greenfield CBD development site and is being delivered over a 20-year period to service the wider Sunshine Coast and the 518,000 people expected to call the region home by 2041. Visit council’s events page at events.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au for a full program.
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Globally, the medical cannabis uptake is twice as big as the dot-com boom. This is exactly what founder of Sunshine Coast-based MediFarm, Adam Benjamin, shared with us in the latest episode of Bound for Success. Want to find out more about the medical cannabis industry and opportunities on the Sunshine Coast? Listen now at sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/ Business/Business-Podcasts. You can also subscribe to receive council’s monthly newsletter Business News You Can Use direct to your inbox.
Calling all businesses! Reducing waste, separating your waste streams and recycling more will help your business reduce waste disposal costs. It is smart business to realise the economic opportunities in reducing waste and looking for alternative ways to manage your business waste. Learn more about recycling and waste on council’s website at sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au.
JUNIOR RANGER CHALLENGE The Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve is hosting its first ever BioBlitz. The BioBlitz is a unique research event aimed at studying and celebrating biodiversity in the reserve. Students between six and 12 years are invited to explore the rainforest reserve and complete challenges to become a biodiversity ambassador. Junior Ranger kits are available from the Rainforest Discovery Centre at Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve visitor information desk on Mountain View Road, Maleny. The program continues until August 25 and is free to participate. Download the full BioBlitz program of events at events.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.
LOVE SHOOTING HOOPS? Did you know there are 69 council-managed basketball courts on the Sunshine Coast for the community to use? Find one near you on the beaches and parks directory on council’s website.
GET OUT AND GET ACTIVE! Council’s Healthy Sunshine Coast program is offering $5 guided bushwalks and $10 Learn To Mountain Bike sessions to keep you active this winter! Visit the Healthy Sunshine Coast page at sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au to register for the upcoming Learn To Mountain Bike session taking place on Sunday August 4 from 7.30am to noon starting from Caloundra Fire Station, 18 Industrial Avenue, Caloundra West.
FROM THE MAYOR As I travel across our Sunshine Coast, I am constantly impressed with the work of our community groups. We are fortunate to have an army of volunteers that devote their time to helping others – which contributes invaluably to that sense of belonging in our Sunshine Coast. Our council is proud to partner with many organisations by providing financial support for a wide range of programs, services and facilities that meet the needs of our residents – from helping people to leading more active, healthy lifestyles, to getting involved in environmental projects or providing support for those in need. Applications for council’s Major Community Grants Program, Minor Community Grants Program (Events Category) and the Environment Levy Grants Program are now open. I invite eligible groups to consider applying for funding. Council is running four information sessions from July 24 to give applicants the best chance of securing a grant. To find out more, visit council’s website at sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/grants. Applications close August 26.
Mark Jamieson Mayor Sunshine Coast Council
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BUSINESS & FINANCE
Darryl Watt, Ord Minnett Buderim.
ALLIANCE AVIATION READY FOR TAKE-OFF
inancial year 2019 was a strong period for most asset classes, as listed property, equities and fixed-income returned at least nine per cent. Cash lagged again, returning just two per cent. Trade tensions and slowing global economic growth have caused central banks to re-think the path of interest rates, while the Reserve Bank of Australia decided to act, cutting rates to a record low of one per cent. Australian-listed property was by far the best-performing asset class, recording a 19 per cent return, as lower interest rates boosted property valuations and saw investors chase higher distribution yields. The search for yield and the federal election result also led to a strong secondhalf bounce in the Australian equity market,
putting it ahead of most international markets. In the local share market, returns from large-capitalisation stocks were superior to those from small caps, and materials outperformed financials. The communications sector – dominated by Telstra – had a significant reversal of fortunes, moving from being the worstperforming sector in fiscal 2018, when it lost 31 per cent, to the best-performing in fiscal 2019, with a gain of 41 per cent. In debt markets, government bonds outperformed corporate debt, as investors sought added protection against lower interest rates and recession risks. In alternative assets, the Australian dollar continued its descent, falling five per cent against the US dollar. Commodities were broadly lower, but this masked some major extremes, for example, thermal coal dived 38 per cent, while iron ore soared 75 per cent. Geopolitics and recession fears saw a late rally in gold, which finished 12 per cent higher. A company I would like to highlight this week is Alliance Aviation Services, which operates a variety of regular services, fly-in fly-out operations for the resources industry, commercial services for Virgin Australia and ad-hoc charters. The airline’s recent positive trading update highlighted a business with earnings in an upswing. The company is well-positioned from a
fundamental perspective, with an industryleading on-time performance rating of 95 per cent. Recent news flow has highlighted further expansion of its relationship with Virgin Australia in Queensland. The company has also confirmed the addition of six more planes to its fleet, taking the number of active aircraft to 44 by the end of 2019. The fleet will comprise 25 Fokker 100 jets (seating 100 passengers), 14 Fokker 70 jets (80) and five Fokker 50 turboprop aircraft (50). Alliance offers both wet leasing services (where it provides a fully crewed and serviced aircraft) and dry leasing (where only the aircraft is provided). It also provides Fokker spare parts supply, and engine sales and leasing services. Alliance has demonstrated an ability to
not only deploy recent aircraft additions productively, but also to do it at increasing rates of profitability per aircraft. The company also offers an attractive yield of 6.6 per cent, based on a forecast dividend per share of 17 cents, fully franked, for fiscal 2020. Furthermore, the acquisition by Qantas Airways of a 19.9 per cent stake in Alliance (subject to regulatory approval) underscores the strategic value of the Alliance business and its ability to deliver. Darryl Watt is a representative of Ord Minnett Limited, AFS Licence 237121 and Ord Minnett Financial Planning Pty Ltd, AFS Licence 237122. 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 seek advice from a licensed financial adviser and consider the relevant product disclosure statement. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
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eople are starting to think and consume differently – there is a lot more interest in the meaning of local food and a desire to reduce food miles. Reconnecting with nature and the search for freshness, taste and authenticity are all part of that motivation, along with supporting local producers. The Curated Plate’s Destination Series presents a menu of new and unique dining experiences that will celebrate the connection between the love of local produce, exquisite food and soulful music, including two elegant events on August 10. For a night Dining Under The Stars at Flaxton Gardens, chef Alan Thompson has created an inspired three-course gala
banquet focussing on produce of the region. Each dish has a story to tell of provenance featuring the freshest of local ingredients highlighting some of our produce superstars. If you are missing Game of Thrones and looking for some medieval vibes, you might prefer a Royal Feast of Opera and fine dining in the Sunshine Castle. Chef Simon Wallace draws on the Sunshine Coast’s finest local producers to create an opulent pasture-to-plate four-course feast with a medieval twist, while some of the world’s most adored arias and operas are performed, challenging the incredible acoustics of the castle’s Great Hall with melody and music. Bookings are essential via thecuratedplate.com.au.
If you are looking for a heart-warming experience and a new appreciation for our local landscape and Indigenous culture, Experience Eumundi welcomes you. Gubbi Gubbi Dance will welcome you to country, and Kabi Kabi Custodian Lyndon Davis will share stories of the Eumundi region at a special event on August 9. Learn about seasonal indicators of flora and fauna and their ancient creation stories, Indigenous plant uses and local Kabi Kabi history, and Indigenous perspectives of caring for country and custodianship and the bush food calendar. Leave with a greater feeling of identity and belonging to country, and learn of our responsibility and roles as the new custodians of this great land. Experience Eumundi | Eumundi Bush Tucker Journey + Feast is a unique food experience from The Curated Plate’s Destination Series. Bookings are essential via thecuratedplate.com.au.
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IT’S A BIT CHILLY FOR A DIP, BUT IT’S PERFECT SHOPPING WEATHER Mooloolaba has a huge choice of shopping options, from fashion boutiques and jewellery stores, to beauty salons and spas.
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Olivia Culpo’s beauty tips Take some fresh beauty inspiration from former Miss Universe Olivia Culpo, who has become an Instagram influencer with more than four million followers. She shares beauty tips such as always lining her lips with MAC lip pencil in Spice (it works with any lipstick shade). She also allows her hair to air dry, followed by Ouai Texturising Hair Spray and a curling wand. Her eyelash curler is her secret weapon and she has a great eyeshadow hack – she dabs her finger into the bronze side of the Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze & Glow Palette and dabs it on her eyelids as an eyeshadow, $97 from charlottetilbury.com.au.
Tarte it up Take your eyeshadow game to a glam new level with Tarte’s Tartelette In Bloom Clay Palette with 12 brandnew, on-trend eyeshadows in a mix of matte and lustre finishes with a high pigment payoff, $55 from Sephora.
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Olivia’s go-to lipstick is Giorgio Armani’s Lip Maestro in 501, which she describes as a “silky lip stain that lasts for hours”, $56 from Sephora.
This fashionforward style queen likes to keep her nail polish snow white and opts for OPI Nail Lacquer in Funny Bunny as her go-to shade, $19.95 from Myer.
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TV ROOM REVAMP
Sami Muirhead disagrees with new research that says we think about sex eight times a day. She thinks about cheese, her dogs and a new TV room.
Roxanne McCarty-O’Kane says had drone technology been invented sooner, she may have escaped a run-in with the law.
est part of my week? It was having a really big belly laugh when I read humans think about sex eight times a day on average, according to new research. Oh, please! You know what I think about eight times a day? Sleeping. And going to some exotic island where it is happy hour all day and I only have to leave my hammock to dip my bronzed toes in the Pacific Ocean. I also think about blue cheese numerous times a day and I definitely think about my dogs eight times a day. I have also been daydreaming about a revamped TV room that will one day smell like fresh lavender and have Nordic furniture and big boho cushions scattered on Moroccan rugs. In my fantasy, my children and husband sit around in indoor tents, strumming Cat Stevens on the guitar and eating organic homemade protein balls. It will all resemble a Coachella festival filled with creative boho kids who are all dressed in clean beige linen overalls. Of course, our present TV room smells like a pet shop. A damp pet shop that has not been open to fresh air for a few weeks. Under the couch there could very well be a dead pet or two for all I know. There is most certainly a plastic cup; a tonne of
Lego; an umbrella; a sock or two and 12 dead cockroaches. It is a cesspit of stuffed toys, toy cars, Baby Bjorn outfits and sultanas. What is it with sultanas in your car and under your couch? Anyway, you do not ever want to end up under our couch. But this room has served us well for seven years as a TV room that has somehow morphed into a room for my three children. If the kitchen is the heartbeat of our home, then this TV room is the kidneys, where we go to give our systems a break and try to restore, replenish and rest the senses. It is where we all flop down when we have battled the world and we need some escapism and some fluffy rugs to warm our souls. But I am ready for change. I am ready to have a room we are proud to show our family and friends. So Operation New TV Room has commenced. I have started gathering Instagram pictures of amazing TV rooms that are probably sets for magazine shoots or homes of the rich and famous. Anyway, I am sure as heck not thinking about sex eight times a day. I will let you know how I go over the next few months with the makeover. If you do not hear from me, please send a search party to look under my couch.
“It is where we all flop down when we have battled the world…”
Sami Muirhead is a radio announcer, blogger and commentator. For more from Sami tune into Mix FM.
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itting down to write about what a future with skies filled with drones would look like for this week’s edition of My Weekly Preview, my mind began to wander and I imagined how the unmanned aerial vehicles would have improved my life in times past. Of all the scenarios I could conjure, there was most definitely a standout – the time when my car tyres were mistakenly spiked by police officers while they were in hot pursuit of a criminal down the Bruce Highway about a decade ago. That day, I experienced what it might feel like to be a criminal – if only briefly. Let me paint the picture for you. I was on a flight from New Zealand back to the Sunshine Coast after visiting family. Everything was proceeding as usual, until a message over the plane’s intercom system announced: “Roxanne McCartyO’Kane, please make yourself known to airline staff upon departure from this aircraft.” Immediately, my mind wandered to all kinds of places you never dare to let it venture to and it was without a doubt the longest 20-minute window of my life. When I got off the plane, I dutifully spoke with a lovely woman from the airline, who pointed out two Queensland Police Service officers and summoned them over. I’m thinking, ‘Did I purchase too much duty free? What has happened to my family? Did someone die?’
Turns out, the reality was something I never would have anticipated. “We’ve intercepted your father, who was driving your vehicle. We mistook your vehicle for one we had been pursuing for hours southbound on the Bruce Highway.” They deployed the tyre spikes in front of my dad, who was driving to the airport to collect me, and all four tyres were deflated. Relief washed over me, but was quickly replaced with embarrassment. I received stares from just about every person at the Brisbane International Terminal that afternoon as I was escorted to luggage collection by two armed police officers. I also found out what the back seat of a cop car is like, as they were kind enough to drive me home to the Sunshine Coast. They were very jovial and we had great conversation on the drive home and I have been gifted with an unusual life experience not many can lay claim to. Yes, they replaced my car tyres and no, I don’t know if they actually caught the crim they were looking for. Imagine if those officers had been able to deploy a series of drones to follow the car throughout its journey and then nab the driver once they had reached their destination? The QPS was the first law-enforcement agency in Australia to make use of drones to assist with their operations, so hopefully stories like mine will fast become one of those ‘in the good old days’ stories.
Roxanne McCarty-O’Kane is a journalist with My Weekly Preview and is a Sunshine Coast freelancer and ghostwriter for authors. Email: email@example.com.
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FAMILY FRIENDLY Aussie World will transform into Kids FUNderland for a huge kids and family festival on July 20. Kids FUNderland will allow kids and families access to more than 30 rides and attractions plus some special one-day-only entertainment with special competitions and prizes, face painting, a dinosaur park and fossil dig, pony rides and cuddly farm animals. There will be music all day in Party Central and live entertainment in The Shed featuring magic and puppet shows, while Little Wonderland is a special area dedicated to the youngest funsters. Head to aussieworld.com.au/events/kids-funderland.
Emma Pask will headline the Nambour Winter Jazz Fest
SATURDAY, JULY 20
JAZZ TAKES OVER NAMBOUR Nambour Winter Jazz Fest is back, and it’s bigger and better than ever.
ward-winning vocalist Emma Pask, one of Australia’s favourite voices in jazz, is set to headline the Nambour Winter Jazz Fest. The popular festival is back for a fourth year and runs from July 19 to 21. The festival will feature more than 15 world-class Australian and international jazz artists. Festival organiser Robyn Brown says visitors will be able to immerse themselves in the whole jazz experience with a huge range of acts across three locations in Nambour. Kicking off on the Friday night with Jazz in The Lounge, visitors can relax in the Lounge Bar at Nambour RSL Club with some cool jazz and fine wines. Saturday’s events will take place between the C-Square complex and Nambour RSL
and include musician workshops The Jazz Walk and Courtyard Celebrations. These events will fill Nambour with music, dancing, pop-up performances, culinary delights, fine wines, great coffee and a stunning variety of amazing artists. Audiences will be spellbound by Ms Pask’s effortless honest IN THE stage presence and powerful vocal ability at The Supper Club on the Saturday night, which also offers a two-course meal at the Nambour RSL Club. Also new at this year’s festival is the Sunday Jazz Brunch at Nambour RSL, where visitors can enjoy a delicious breakfast and relax. Find the program and buy tickets at nambourwinterjazzfest.net.au.
FRIDAY, JULY 19 Sundown Friday’s 2.0, Alex Surf Club, 4pm Callum Taylor, Caloundra Boat Club, 6pm Rachel Ellen, Cooroy RSL, 6pm Alisha Todd, Imperial Hotel Eumundi Beer Garden, 6pm Just Friends, Club Kawana, 6.30pm Gypsy, Maroochy Surf Club, 7pm Bart Thrupp, Solbar, 7pm Drivetime Duo, Alex Surf Club, 7.30pm No Right Turn, Maroochy RSL, 8pm Dirty Dice, Beerwah Hotel, 8.30pm Chester, Palmwoods Hotel, 8.30pm Jase Hausler, Coolum Surf Club, 9pm
Yandina Historic House is one of the Coast’s best-kept secrets when it comes to quaint venues. The cafe sells Devonshire teas and light lunches and when the winter sun is shining, you can enjoy your meal on the verandah. You can then peruse the small gallery featuring paintings, pottery and sculpture works by Coast artists.
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SUNDAY, JULY 21 Sweet Thunder, Caloundra Boat Club, 1pm Tuscany, Glasshouse Brewery, 2.30pm Good Company, Alex Surf Club, 3.30pm Steve Cousins, Solbar, 6pm Between Kings, Palmwoods Hotel, 3pm
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ORIGINAL COMEDY MAKES ITS SUNSHINE COAST DEBUT
The quirky laugh-out-loud comedy Dr Lurve and the Syringe of Shame was co-written by Buderim couple Lisa and Kevin Blair back in 2005 and was a sold-out hit when it made its debut in Western Australia. Now, it has had an overhaul and an update and has been injected with plenty of topical humour that local audiences will relish as the Coolum Theatre Players bring it to life on stage.
THE GREAT ALONE Author: Kristin Hannah Publisher: Pan Macmillan RRP: $17.99 Reviewer: Virginia Harris The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah is a poignant account of seemingly insurmountable hardship and heartache as a family struggles to establish a new
Dr Lurve tells the tale of new medical intern Dr Richard Lurve, a smooth-talking womaniser who has failed his way through medical school, only managing to graduate because of family connections. He is sent to his first posting, St Wretched’s Regional Hospital, and meets some strange characters and discovers sinister events taking place. Blending song, dance, audience interaction and plenty of local in-jokes through the storyline, the writers and directors take their audience on quite a journey as the goings-on at St Wretched’s are unveiled. A cast of 24 performers and the production team and crew brings the total involvement of Sunshine Coast locals to around 40 people, all volunteers, who have spent the past few months creating the set, props, costumes and audience experiences for the show. It’s bawdy, cheeky, over the top and packed with laughs and fun. Dr Lurve is part pantomime, part improvisation and all comedy. Dr Lurve and the Syringe of Shame is on at the Coolum Civic Centre on July 19 and 20 at 7.30pm with a matinee on July 20 at 2pm. Tickets are available at coolumtheatre.com.au.
life in the remoteness of 1970s Alaska. Ernt Allbright, a Vietnam veteran suffering ensuing mental health issues, his wife Cora, in denial of these issues, and their teenage daughter Leni leave their former peripatetic lifestyle to embrace a new way of life in this unforgiving terrain. Inexperienced and unprepared as they are, community support helps them survive, but at huge costs in various ways. Kristin Hannah paints a portrait of enduring love and resilience that defies the imagination. The spirit and strength displayed by the characters, particularly the women, make this an incredibly powerful and emotionally charged read. From the outset, I was compelled to read until I had completed the very last word.
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MY TIME FOOD FEATURE
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Try these mouthwatering meals from some of the Coast’s best restaurants next time you’re eating out.
HEARTY AND SATISFYING Sit by the open fire and enjoy beef Wellington with mash and peas for the special price of $26.50 this winter at Buderim Tavern. To book, call 5453 3777 or visit buderimtavern.com.au.
300 GRAMS OF SUCCULENT SIRLOIN Enjoy a Manning Valley Angus grass-fed premium steak, sourced from yearling cattle with a crisp Caesar salad and onion rings for $40. Guaranteed to fill you up. Beerwah Hotel, 5494 0555, beerwahhotel.com.au.
PRAWN STIR FRY WITH NOODLES Feast on Mooloolaba prawns pan-fried in plum sauce served with Hokkien noodles and stir-fried broccolini, bok choy, fresh chilli and Asian slaw topped with fried shallots and sesame seeds – yum! Palmwoods Hotel, 1300 725 696, palmwoodshotel.com.au. THURSDAY NIGHT IS RUMP & RIBS NIGHT – INCLUDES A SCHOONER OF IRON JACK Tuck into a 250-gram chargrilled rump topped with sticky barbecue pork ribs, chips and salad, just $26.50 for members. Call 5443 1298 to book your table or grab a spot on the courtesy bus. Maroochy Surf Club, Maroochydore, 5443 1298, maroochysurfclub.com.au.au.
DINNER AND DRINKS FOR TWO Don’t feel like cooking? Enjoy two mains and a glass of wine or beer each for $55. Driftwood Restaurant, Rivershore Resort, 5458 2200, rivershore.com.au.
AS FRESH AS IT GETS You can’t beat fish, chips and salad for lunch, even in cooler weather. This includes house wine, light beer or a can of soft drink for $15. Available Monday to Wednesday. Bridge Seafood, Mooloolaba, 5406 0468, bridgeseafood.com.au.
TRY THE DELICIOUS NEW CAFE MENU Executive chef Gareth Collins has put together a mouthwatering new menu for the Maroochy RSL Cafe, with internationally inspired flavours such as soy and sake braised pork belly (pictured), kabocha Japanese pumpkin curry, chipotle barbecue chicken wings and pesto and penne rigate. Taste the flavours of the world at Maroochy RSL Cafe, 105 Memorial Ave, Maroochydore, 5443 2211, maroochyrsl.com.au.
SHARE WITH FRIENDS Feast on dumplings, edamame, mussels and house-made beer sausage. Peregian Beach Hotel, 5448 3111, peregianbeachhotel.com.au.
SUCCULENT SALMON STARTER Start your meal with a bang with this house-cured salmon with beetroot labneh roast and fresh beetroot, caviar, rocket, walnuts and Danish feta. Waterfront Hotel, Diddillibah, 5458 2777, waterfronthotel.com.au.
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TRY A TUNA BURGER You have to try this tasty tuna burger for $14.50. Served on a toasted bun with lettuce, coleslaw and your choice of three sauces. It’s delicious. Fisheries On The Spit, Mooloolaba, 5444 1165, fisheriesonthespit.com.au.
EYE FILLET SURF ‘N’ TURF Club Kawana’s eye fillet surf ‘n’ turf, served with half-bug, prawns and creamy garlic sauce is available from just $23.90 for members ($25.90 for non-members). Due to demand, it’s now available every night in July. Club Kawana, Wurtulla, 5493 1233, clubkawana.com.au.
$1 WINGS EVERY SUNDAY Hoe into your choice of buffalo, smokey barbecue or crispy fried wings with a selection of dipping sauces, from 11am. Alex Hotel, Alexandra Headlands, 5443 1811, thealex.com.au.
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One-third of all men and half of all women will go into permanent residential care at some point in their later lives, though community care is the preferred option of most Australians. (ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) 2012)
TAKING CARE Old age will ultimately force many of us into abandoning our care to others, and for baby boomers caring for elderly parents, that reality is hitting close to home. WORDS: Lorraine Page.
he briefest mention of a nursing home is enough to send chills down the spine of many. Let’s be honest, no one hopes to spend their older years in one of these facilities. Rather, we want to maintain our mental alertness and physical health; preferably in our own homes, and on our own terms. However, the proportion of Australians turning 65 is projected to increase more rapidly over the next decade as further cohorts of baby boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) reach this age. Paradoxically, many baby boomers are already feeling the sting of advancing age by proxy. When home-care services can no longer support the escalating needs of frail-aged relatives, there is the
sudden call to find suitable nursing care. Jenny, in her sixities, recalls how she and her husband were unprepared for what lay ahead when her mother-in-law’s dementia worsened.“I knew nothing about nursing homes or assessments,” Jenny says of that time before comprehensive information was available on the Federal Government’s My Aged Care website (myagedcare.gov.au). “I didn’t even know where to start.” She eventually had her in-laws, May and Bernard, assessed and approved by an aged-care assessment team (ACAT) for home help. But as Bernard’s health deteriorated, Jenny and her husband James were spending more and more time with his parents. “May stopped being able to sign her name and because she had Alzheimer’s, she
thought people were stealing from her so the support workers couldn’t do much cleaning,” Jenny says. “I would fill out cheques for her to sign, and it was all very tricky and difficult. Finally Bernard’s health deteriorated to a point where he had to ask James to look after his finances, but only in a limited way. “We formalised James’ appointment as his father’s attorney through a solicitor because it would have been opposed by his brothers.” Jenny also organised pensions for May and Bernard as they had never sought any assistance from the government. In the end, Jenny and James had to source a nursing home for May. Bernard went into care some months later. Though both have since died, Jenny says collateral
damage to the family from that time has been lasting. “I think we should have had an official diagnosis of Alzheimer’s earlier for May,” Jenny says. “When you have brothers saying nothing is wrong, and their mother should never have been put into a nursing home, diagnosis is fairly important.” Though the government subsidises a range of aged-care services, including home care packages, you are expected to contribute to the cost of your care if you can afford to do so. Two years ago, 50-something Barbara was introduced to the aged-care system when her grandmother, Violet, fell and broke her hip two weeks before her 95th birthday. “Gran and her partner Bob had been assessed for high-care community packages, but would only accept domestic services once a fortnight. I think they may have not understood the help that was available,” she says. “Bob still did the shopping despite his health problems. My cousin would stay with my grandmother at night if he had to go to hospital.” But when Violet broke her hip and was in a Toowoomba hospital at the same time Bob was hospitalised in Brisbane, both were told they couldn’t go back home.
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55 PLUS “She had macular degeneration, but quite frankly at her age she didn’t have the mobility to go back home,” Barbara says. “And we thought, my God what are we going to do?” For internet-savvy, time-poor baby boomers acting on behalf of elderly relatives, a placement consultant may be worth considering. Former personal carer Berenice Wadham is now the operator of independent service Aged Care Assistance Placement Consultancy. She and other placement consultants have an in-depth conversation with the client, find out their criteria for a nursing home and combine that with further information from the hospital about their care requirements. “I present the family with the list of facilities, sometimes up to 10, and I get them to make appointments and go along and look at these facilities. When they’re happy they get me to send applications through,” Ms Wadham says. “Family members care about each other
and they want the best. What they don’t understand is that there’s so much research that has to go into which facility is going to be suitable. Ms Wadham says aged care funding is complex and nursing homes are selecting people from their waiting lists that will generate a high level of funding. People on the low to mid-range of the care spectrum are finding it more difficult to find placement. Another important component of her work is guiding clients through the costs involved for entry to residential aged care, whether the applicant is supported or not supported by government. A baby boomer herself, who has placed both parents in care, she’s working on her generation to be prepared. Invariably, she stresses the importance of making an enduring power of attorney, in accordance with your instructions while you still have capacity, and having a retirement plan overseen by a financial advisor with expertise in aged care.
READ ALL ABOUT IT: GET READY FOR AGED CARE Steps to Enter an Aged Care home is a booklet found on the My Aged Care website. It’s an easy read and a sound starting point for older people, Steps to enter an families and carers aged care home in understanding the process of moving into an aged-care home. For a free printed version and more information on aged care for yourself, a family member, friend or someone you’re caring for, call the My Aged Care contact centre on 1800 200 422 between 8am
and 8pm weekdays, and 10am and 2pm Saturdays. Seniors groups and aged-care providers in southeast Queensland can book free interactive information sessions delivered by Council of the Ageing (COTA) peer educators on staying well as you age in your community and accessing aged-care services. In conjunction with The Public Trustee, a new program is helping older Queenslanders better understand power of attorney and the responsibilities of your appointed attorney. For bookings call COTA on 1300 738 348.
Dot Whittington Your Time editor
WHERE IS OUR SENSE OF COMMUNITY?
recently attended the launch of a book called Beyond the Money by Steve Mendl, a ‘retirement coach’ (who knew there was such a thing?). He talks about there being much more to retirement than the super fund and applying for the pension. This includes being able to feel a sense of community when your workplace community has gone. His reference to dwindling numbers in many organisations such as service clubs, church groups and even golf clubs rang true. When was the last time I heard about Jaycees? Or Apex? Church youth and fellowship groups? Sunday schools? Lionesses? Even the CWA, Scouts, Guides, Cubs and Brownies, Rotary and Lions seem to have dropped off the radar or, at best, are falling victim to waning numbers. Through the latter half of the 20th century, news and photos from busy community groups filled pages in the weekly paper. The Apex club members who committed themselves to looking after the elderly by building a retirement home in Nambour called Sundale comes to mind. Groups were an integral part of the community but now, in this digital age of so-called communication, they have gone quiet or disappeared and contact comes
more from Facebook than turning up at weekly or monthly meetings. So what happened? Are our community organisations dying of old age? Or has our sense of community simply cooled amid the storm of activities and opportunities that keep us busy? Looking after the grandkids, planning the next trip, going to the gym – it’s not as though we aren’t busy. But we just don’t seem to band together much. I can’t remember the last time I heard about a working bee. This is not to say these things don’t happen, but just not in the numbers that filled the post-war years when a woman’s place was in the home, baking and mending and keeping the home fires burning while the men went to work. Telephones were still relatively novel, so
“When was the last time I heard about Jaycees? Or Apex? Church youth and fellowship groups?” people actually went to meetings to talk about business, whether it was the local business owners drumming up contacts or women sharing cooking and knitting tips. In this busy yet socially isolated digital world, we are losing the simple pleasures of being part of a community. Mendl says it well: “The happiest people are those with the healthiest relationships, whether it’s a group of friends, neighbours, or the people in your town. Find your tribe.”
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INDUSTRY EXPERTS AGED CARE
Hip and knee pain holding you back?
Help is on hand Home Care Packages can be a great way of staying in your own home for as long as you wish. Believe me when I say that navigating the system can be worth it to access services for yourself or someone you are caring for. The system can be tedious and overwhelming, and with 128,000 people on the national wait list for Home Care Packages, it can be a long wait. The good news is that going through the process eventually leads to a fantastic funding
“There is a fair amount of flexibility as long as we can relate it back to your care needs” stream, allowing you many choices and great control of services. These government-funded services can contribute to a higher quality of life with the right service provider. And it doesn’t matter how old we are, we always need a reason to get out of bed in the morning and have something to enjoy. This can be as simple as feeling fear or anxiety around leaving the house and having a regular carer you trust to assist with transport and purchasing a ticket to the movies, or playing bingo. Anything that
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you used to enjoy that you have let go due to factors associated with ageing or ill health. There is a fair amount of flexibility as long as we can relate it back to your care needs. For instance, you can have therapies, buy equipment or pay for transport to appointments. You can use it for a carer to accompany you to an event such as the football. The key is to find a provider who takes the time to listen and understand how your Home Care Package can best meet the needs of you and your family. As we age, we don’t necessarily feel older, and it can be frustrating when our bodies let us down. Quality of life is so important when planning your senior years. At Home Care Assistance, we are happy to support you through your journey. As you age, make sure you are living the life you want.
KENDALL MORTON DIRECTOR, HOME CARE ASSISTANCE SUNSHINE COAST 5491 6888 HOMECAREASSISTANCESUNSHINE COAST.COM.AU
Do painful joints impair your quality of life? Have you tried everything, and nothing works anymore? You’re not alone, and we can help. There are a number of innovative and leading non-surgical and surgical treatment options for lower limb conditions that are worth exploring. Our non-surgical joint pain clinic specialises in osteoarthritis care. Treatments are overseen by a dedicated multi-disciplinary team including a sports medicine physician, an orthopaedic nurse practitioner, a physiotherapist, and exercise physiologists. If you feel like you’ve tried everything and conservative therapies have failed, don’t despair. It’s not too late to find a long-term solution that allows you to get your life back on track. Dr Frank Connon and I specialise in the latest joint replacement techniques, including minimally invasive total hip replacement and patient-specific total knee replacements. Our clinic strives to achieve exceptional patient satisfaction. Our friendly and helpful team and modern rooms provide patients with the best possible experience, every step of the way. No referral necessary. Make an appointment today.
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Clinical trials available locally for blood disorders The Sunshine Coast Haematology and Oncology Clinic is collaborating with the University of the Sunshine Coast Clinical Trials Centre to bring clinical trials for blood disorders to residents of the Sunshine Coast and surrounding areas. Our first available trial that is actively recruiting at the facility is called Cadenza and is using a novel treatment given every two weeks to treat a rare blood condition called cold agglutinin disease, which can cause life-threatening anaemia. Patients are being recruited globally to this phase three study and we are proud to be one of the few facilities in Australia that has been chosen to take part. As the clinical haematologist and principal investigator for Cadenza, I have been working in private practice on the Coast for six years. With Cadenza, we’re able to offer targeted treatment for a rare disorder that has been difficult to treat in the past without resorting to chemotherapy. We’ve recruited the first patient in Australia onto the trial. This is an important first step and we hope to offer many more clinical trials for blood disorders in the future.
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INDUSTRY EXPERTS LEGAL
Will and testament – are you prepared for the inevitable? Have you often thought about making a will but never got around to it? Many people leave it too late and either lose mental capacity or pass away before making their will. If you lose capacity before making a will, all is not lost. An application can be made to the Supreme Court for your will to be made or updated. However, that will involve stress, time and incur significant costs. If you pass away without a will, the legislation will determine how your estate is gifted. That’s right, you don’t get a say in where all those assets that you’ve built up over the years go. If you prepare your own will, court application may be needed if: i) the will is not executed properly, or the terms are ambiguous ii) you do not consider who could challenge the will or which assets make it into the estate. Seeking professional advice and having a well-structured estate plan in place, will make the estate administration process simpler, less stressful and less costly.
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When my grandad was 58, he was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. He had actually had diabetes for a number of years prior and these high blood sugar levels had started causing damage to his eyes and kidneys. The symptoms of diabetes had been there. However, like many people, he passed it off as old age. He was passing more urine and he tired more easily. He loved to garden, but found when he cut himself, it took longer to heal. His vision was blurry despite wearing his glasses. These are classic signs of type 2 diabetes. Our sedentary lifestyle has led to an increase in type 2 diabetes. Typically, it was generally diagnosed in people aged over 45, or from the age of 35 in Indigenous people. Now we have people in their early twenties being diagnosed. Interestingly, in 58 per cent of type 2 cases, the disease is preventable. To reduce your risk: • Maintain a healthy weight – carrying extra fat around the waist is a big risk factor • Engage in regular physical activity • Make healthy food choices • Manage blood pressure • Manage cholesterol levels • Don’t smoke. There are screening tools to help identify your risk of diabetes. Talk to your GP or your local pharmacist for details.
One of the most common complaints we receive in our practice is that people struggle to hear conversations in a restaurant or a crowded room. Most people instinctively place themselves in the corner, so that they can see everything going on. This is the worst thing you can do if you have hearing problems. Our ears face forward, so if you’re facing the crowd, you’re hearing the crowd. For those suffering from hearing loss, the best place to sit is towards the corner of the room with your back to the noise. Face those you want to hear, not the crowd. This position ensures you block out as much background noise as possible, get less reverberation from the walls and focus your hearing onto those in your party. Even better, if they have an outdoor area, take a coat and sit outside, away from the noise. Restaurants 30 years ago were comfortable places to communicate. Changing regulations and interior design have conspired to make dining out a frustrating exercise for many. With more background noise, everyone speaks louder. The same problem exists in many homes with the trend for open-plan living creating issues. Repositioning the TV so that the noise is behind you, or running the dishwasher when you go to bed instead of straight after the meal, can help to reduce the problem.
Brush your teeth and gums with toothpaste once the dentures are removed. This will help fight infections and decay and refresh your mouth and breath. Remove dentures at night to give your gums a rest. This is the perfect time to soak them using a suitable denture cleanser tablet. Prevent staining by limiting tea, coffee and red wine. Otherwise, make a habit of rinsing your dentures after meals. Visit your dental prosthetist if your dentures are cracked, stained or loose. Your dental prosthetist can schedule regular visits to check your dentures for fit and function, and can also examine your mouth for any ulcers or sores.
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Dentures are not only important for chewing when you lose teeth. They also enhance your smile and give you confidence in social settings. Here are some tips to keep them looking good and functioning well. Remove and clean your dentures twice a day with a denture brush and a non-abrasive detergent or anti-bacterial hand soap.
“Remove dentures at night to give your gums a rest”
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RESORT-STYLE ACTIVE LIVING FOR OVER 50s
BEING SOCIAL OVER 50 CAN HELP YOU LIVE LONGER
id you know there are proven health benefits to being socially active as we get older? In fact, research has shown that people who are socially connected live longer. If that’s not reason enough, social interaction can also lower your blood pressure, reduce symptoms of depression and decrease the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. When it comes to social activities, residents of Nature’s Edge Buderim over 50s lifestyle community are spoilt
“There’s even a men’s shed for the gents to connect and channel their inner handyman” for choice. Set amid beautifully landscaped gardens, with a stunning rainforest backdrop and tranquil walkways, Nature’s Edge Buderim not only provides a safe and
Judy Moore leads an active life and is loving the facilities at GemLife
inclusive neighbourhood feel, it also boasts a lively social calendar, with endless opportunities to connect with like-minded people and develop new friendships. Party with friends at the state-of-the-art leisure centre, enjoy a sundown drink on the deck, pop into the library where you can relax, soak up the rainforest views and meet up for a coffee. There’s even a men’s shed for the gents to connect and channel their inner handyman. Feeling energetic? Grab a friend and swim laps at the indoor heated 20-metre swimming pool or enjoy a workout at the well-equipped gymnasium. If you still have time on your social calendar after all that, you can join a yoga session, play a game of lawn bowls or kick your heels up at a line dancing class. There’s so much to do, the only problem will be fitting it all in. Life over 50 is fun. Why not live on the edge a little at Nature’s Edge Buderim.
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ctive, adventurous and with no intention of slowing down, Judy Moore’s decision to move to GemLife Bribie Island’s over 50s resort, with its extensive recreational facilities, was an easy one. For Ms Moore, a semi-retired disaster relief manager, the resort’s Sunshine Coast location and its first-class country club’s fitness and leisure options ticked all the boxes. “I analysed my lifestyle when I started looking into downsizing three months ago. Everything I do is around fitness and adventure - Bribie Island has all of it. The facilities here are better than a holiday resort – it’s like being on permanent vacation,” she says. After spending 30 years working in some of the world’s worst active disaster and war zones, including hot-spots in Rwanda, Uganda, Iraq and Afghanistan, Ms Moore knows the importance of health and fitness. “It’s so important to be fit and healthy. It makes life easier. During some of my deployments, I’d sometimes only get four or five hours sleep a night and sometimes no food. Being fit helps you cope better,
physically and mentally,” she says. Ms Moore plans to be a regular user of GemLife Bribie Island’s clubhouse gym and is keen to make good use of its other facilities including the championship-grade lawn bowls green, swimming pool, golf simulator, ten pin bowling alley, pickle ball courts as well as ballroom dancing classes. With fitness interests that would put most 20-year-olds to shame, she also hikes, boxes, circuit trains, cycles, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, scuba-dives, enjoys four-wheel driving, snorkelling, fishing and is eager to get her boat licence. Ms Moore’s work has taken her to about 50 countries and, being an avid traveller, she’s determined to expand that number with the peace of mind of living in a gated community. “I plan to travel a lot and knowing my home is secure and I can lock-up and go without worry is important,” she says.
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TAURUS (APR 21-MAY 21)
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Thursday is one of your luckiest days of the year when prosperity planet Jupiter links up with Mars (your power planet). Courage and confidence will take you places, plus motivation and energy will take you far.
With Mercury reversing through your education and neighbourhood zones, it’s a suitable week to revise work or revisit a local friendship. But be very clear when communicating; what someone says and what you hear may be two very different things.
Mercury is your ruling planet, so retrograde is a tricky time. The current Mercury retrograde lasts until July 31, so carefully consider any big choices you have to make. And – if you can – delay making important decisions until August.
A close friend or work colleague requires your help, but avoid being bossy and taking over. With Mercury reversing through your sign, you could blurt out something that you later regret or someone could make a cutting comment that annoys you.
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By the end of the week, the sun, Mars and Venus will all be visiting your sign, so it’s time for charismatic cats to really sparkle and shine! You’re also in the mood for excess. But remember: Mercury is reversing through your self-sabotage zone.
Relationships and group activities look complicated as family and friends debate a wide range of topics and calm cooperation goes out the window. If you have a problem that’s bothering you, don’t over-think things. Instead, let your intuition be your guide.
If you are confident and prepared in the way you post online comments this week, you’ll receive a surprisingly positive response. It’s also time to get circulating within your local community and meet some fresh new faces.
The sun, Mars and Venus are all visiting your career zone this week, so you’re keen to power ahead with a professional project or a creative idea. But with Mercury reversing through your aspirations zone, pursuing your dreams won’t be a direct journey.
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Ray White Caloundra’s Tom Garland explains the importance of targeting all potential buyers for your home. WORDS: Roxanne McCarty-O’Kane.
here may be fewer properties available for sale now than there were 18 months ago, but it is still imperative for sellers to invest in marketing to ensure they attract the highest possible sale price for their property. In fact, a property sale through Ray White Caloundra’s Tom Garland earlier this year saw sellers invest $6000 in a holistic marketing campaign to receive $82,000 above the reserve price for their Golden Beach home. Mr Garland says property listing numbers have been fairly steady, but the average days on market for private treaty listings has blown out. “The likelihood of selling through private treaty within a 30-day period is 12 per cent. Over a longer timeframe, the majority of properties do sell and settle, but this is down dramatically from where they were 18 months ago, when clearance rates were closer to 50 per cent in a 30-day period,” he says. With more time for buyers to consider their options, Mr Garland says the Coast market has swung from being heavily geared in the seller’s favour to a neutral market, making it more important than ever for sellers to put their best foot forward when it comes to marketing.
He says auctions are the best bet to create competition, provide an opportunity for the seller to achieve the best possible sale price for the home and know what the date of sale will be, so it’s not lingering on the market for more than 30 days and attracting low-ball
“All record prices are created through auction” Tom Garland
offers from buyers. “Historically, all record prices are created through auction, not private treaty. Whether it’s a car, a piece of art or a house that is being sold, record prices are achieved when there are multiple bidders and a competitive environment is created,” he says. “The seller sets their terms and will have a clean contract of sale, not subject to sale of another property or pest inspections or winning the Lotto. The longer a property is on
the market for, the less likely they are to get their asking price, and the bigger the discount they are likely to give.” Mr Garland says targeting all potential buyers from the online audience through to readers of My Weekly Preview, who can become enamoured with a photo they see in the magazine and fall in love with a property, means the “net is cast as wide as possible” to find the perfect buyer. “A lot of the older clients that we deal with in my generation of the late fifties and sixties, are cashed up buyers with serious money to spend. “They don’t need to sell their own homes, get finance or put three kids through school and they don’t like to scroll through the internet,” he says. “They will sit down with a copy of My Weekly Preview and look through the property section and enjoy the living, breathing document by circling properties they like and looking at them every time they go past the dining table. “Why would you be worried about a few thousand dollars [in marketing] when it would guarantee you would not leave any stone unturned in your search for the perfect buyer?”
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CASE STUDY Property: 109 Esplanade, Golden Beach Marketing campaign: Premiere listing on realestate.com and Domain, a full-page advertisement in My Weekly Preview for four weeks, Ray White Caloundra database contacts. Marketing investment: $6000 Bidders: 11 registered bidders attended the auction on February 28, 2019 Sold for: $795,000 Investment result: $82,000 above reserve
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Buddina, 4/1 Paciﬁc Boulevard
The Exclusive Eliza Towers -Tightly Held for 30 Years! Eliza Towers the “Jewel in the Crown” with its premium Point Cartwright position of No 1 Paciﬁc Boulevard. This exceptional ﬁrst ﬂoor 2-bedroom 2-bathroom apartment features arguably one of the most spectacular water views on the Sunshine Coast. • Breathtaking panoramic vista of the Mooloolah River, over the Marina to Mooloolaba • Functional kitchen with stone bench tops and lots of storage & preparation space • Open plan dining and living space features beautiful swiss parquet ﬂooring • Master suite is gorgeous with stunning water views and rear balcony access
• Seperate lounge area that could also be a study or third bedroom • Positioned a few metres from the steps to the beach • Manicured gardens, inground pool and BBQ area. • Perfect investment, great rental returns and capital growth in the area
OPEN HOME: Thurs 18th July 4.30-5pm Sat 20th July 10-10.30am VIEW AT: www.deﬁneproperty.com.au AUCTION: On site Sat 10th Aug 12pm AGENT: Grant Whisker 0415 856 575 or 5478 2477
Minyama, 2 Myoora Court
Prestigious North Facing Deep Waterfront A unique opportunity to enjoy the north facing deep waterfront lifestyle, this exquisite family residence embraced by sensational waterway views and summoning an immediate impression of style and effortless liveability, has been cleverly crafted to integrate in and outdoor living • Thoughtfully designed for families with plenty of space and low maintenance luxury • State of the art kitchen ﬁnished with beautiful stone benchtop • Luxurious master suite complete with elegant ensuite, generous walk in robe • Versatile ﬂoor plan with an abundance of entertaining and living areas
• Ducted Air conditioning throughout with multi zones and My Air controller • Resort style swimming pool and spa • Two car accommodation, side access for boat or caravan • Pontoon & Boat/Manshed
OPEN HOME: Sat 20th July 11-11.30am VIEW AT: www.deﬁneproperty.com.au AUCTION: On Site Sat 10th Aug 3pm AGENT: Ross Cattle 0410 625 758 Grant Whisker 0415 856 575
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Open House Saturday 11.00 - 11.45
46 Sunrise Drive. Stunning, north facing water views!
Brand new home with great layout at 1 Orchid Lane.
Having 392m2 of waterfront land to work with, you have a fabulous opportunity to plan and design the home of your dreams with the builder of your choice. • One look at the beautiful homes already built along Brighton’s foreshore will tell you that this is a very special precinct indeed and this is your last opportunity to be part of it! • With 180 degree, north facing views across the lake to a tree lined foreshore, this perfectly located parcel of land is what makes Sunshine Cove’s waterfront lifestyles so special. • Just imagine your life living here. Adjacent to lush parkland, close to our wonderful beaches, a stones throw from the Sunshine Plaza and all within walking distance of Maroochydore’s evolving SunCentral CBD. • Best make sure you’re the lucky one to secure your Sunshine Cove lifestyle today.
Recently ﬁnished and built by Paciﬁc Blue Developments in our Bedarra Precinct, this home has been designed with comfort, space and functionality in mind. • Downstairs the kitchen oversees its open plan dining and living areas that open onto an outdoor entertaining area, accentuating a seamless indoor, outdoor lifestyle. • The kitchen has been ﬁnished with quality joinery and stone bench top, soft close drawers and cupboards, quality Bosch appliances including dishwasher, electric cooktop and under bench oven. Finished off with a walk-in pantry. • Upstairs in the master bedroom there’s plenty of space. It is light and airy, providing a great retreat and topped off with a generous walk in robe and beautiful ensuite bathroom. • Windows and doors maximise natural breezes, plus split system air conditioning to both levels.
392m2 Lakefront Homesite
Open House Saturday 11.00 - 11.45
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6 Bedarra Cct. Recently completed & ready for inspection!
Rare vacant land opportunity at 75 St Quentin Ave.
This home’s insightful design promotes space and natural light ﬂow throughout. Accommodation extends to three bedrooms, two living areas plus a study, space for the whole family to enjoy. • Upstairs the master bedroom is light and airy making. Finished with a generous walk in robe and ensuite that features plenty of storage space, stylish double vanity, large shower and separate toilet. • Styled to match the main bathroom, the second bathroom offers easy access for the other, two bedrooms and likewise has a separate toilet. • The kitchen offers a great work space and is sure to impress those who enjoy cooking. A double storey void ampliﬁes this spaciousness, encouraging even more natural light to ﬂow in. • The outdoor entertaining area is a canvas to turn into whatever you desire. Like entertaining? BBQ with ease. If you like gardening there is scope for a herb garden or even a landscaped oasis.
Surrounded by the largest park in the Claremont Precinct, St Quentin Avenue is situated within one of the newest and most highly sought after precincts in Sunshine Cove. Overlooking the park! • This block is registered, ready and waiting for you to build your dream lifestyle on NOW! • A prime site with a north/west aspect, just listed for resale due to family circumstances. • With 292m2 of land to work with, you have the size, aspect and opportunity to plan and design the park view home you’ve always wanted and all within walking distance of Maroochydore’s exciting, new SunCentral CBD and the rejuvenated Sunshine Plaza. • Live here and you and your family will be within a short walk of our beautiful parkland cycle and walkways. The lakefront boardwalks and nature reserves. Take the kids for a game of footy in Claremont’s central park! It’s right at your doorstep! What are you waiting for?
292m2 Parkfront Homesite
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38 Lisa Road, CHEVALLUM This incredible parcel of land is the acreage-lovers dream; boasting 65 acres of absolute serenity at 38 Lisa Road with a flat and cleared build site situated at the high point of the block overlooking your own green pastures with a perfect northern aspect. Located on one of the Sunshine Coastâ€™s most exclusive acreage streets, this property is surrounded by rainforest and demonstrates the absolute epitome of privacy
- 65 acres - Absolute privacy - 1/3 cleared - Dual road access - Perfect northern aspect - 2 dams - Cleared and level build site
Formal Tender Closing 23rd July at 5pm Inspect Saturday 20th July 1.00-2.00pm
Contact Oscar Noble 0403 093 004 Barbara Noble 0437 199 790 www.nobleagents.com.au
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8 UNITS ALREADY SECURED UNITS AVAILABLE FROM
$600,000 $1,425,000 AGENT ON SITE SAT 12PM - 12:30PM
A boutique development on the Coolum coast, Øceane merges sophisticated architectural design with contemporary coastal living.
L U X U R Y B E A C H S I D E A P A R T M E N T S
A rare selection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, with one or two-levels, offer a diverse range of foundations for crafting your unique Sunshine Coast lifestyle. Designed by award winning architect Tim Ditchfield and nestled in one of the most sought-after areas of the Sunshine Coast, Øceane offers luxury beachside living at its finest.
To ﬁnd out more about Oceane and other exclusive projects visit: www.mbcprestige.com.au Proudly developed by
Every effort has been made to accurately describe the details of this development however this document is presented as a guide only. Artsit impressions are indicative only. Recipients are advised to undertake their own investigations to satisfy themselves as to all aspects of the development. All details were correct at the time of printing and are subject to change without notice.
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YOUR ULTIMATE 6 STAR PENTHOUSE-HOUSE IN THE “GOLDEN TRIANGLE” 11 Tantula Road East, Alexandra Headland Boasting magniﬁcent North East ocean views on a large 1,214m2 block, this home offers a lifestyle of pure indulgence in the ‘Golden Triangle’. A truly magniﬁcent residence that is unparalleled in every way. A stunning fusion of high-end commercial-grade engineering and building quality, coupled with the contemporary design of a 6-star international resort all just a short stroll to nearby shops, the patrolled beach & restaurant precinct. You need to experience this one in person. Call Craig Porter now to arrange a personal tour on 0411 554 880.
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Commercial grade high-end engineering & build quality Soaring ceilings & glass expanses plus blackbutt ﬂoors Vacumaid plus 3-phase power Stroll to beach, cafes & shops Ducted air-conditioning, C-bus, Cat 5 wiring Soundproofed cinema, pool room, bar & double office
Price: Low $3 Million Buyers Open: Saturday 20th July 12-12.45pm Craig Porter 0411 554 880
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PANORAMIC VIEWS FROM YOUR SKYLINE PENTHOUSE 33 & 34, 31-33 Cotton Tree Parade, Maroochydore The size will surprise - showcasing the North East facing penthouse apartment in the iconic ‘Argyle’ complex. With breathtaking views to the Maroochy River, ocean, Mount Coolum & beyond, it presents an unrivalled opportunity to experience a lifestyle beyond compare, right in the heart of the Sunshine Coast. Conveniently located in the highly sought after Cotton Tree precinct and offering a ﬂexible ﬂoorplan with multiple living options, this incredible opportunity is not to be missed!
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Price: Contact Agent Inspect: Saturday 20th July 11-11.45am Karen Jones 0405 122 526
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TRULY OUTSTANDING LOCATION- NORTH FACING WITH DIRECT OCEAN ACCESS! 15 Yallanga Place, Mooloolaba Luxuriously appointed and a testament to timeless design, this home exudes class and sophistication on a broad scale. The thoughtfully designed and functional plan focusses on family living and allows for 4 generously proportioned oversized bedrooms all of which are ensuited, multiple living zones, a working size home office and a gorgeous pool complemented by a working bar. The Sellers are reluctantly downsizing giving you the opportunity to make this wonderful property yours.
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Perfect North aspect Pontoon and Jetty Direct ocean access Walk to Cafes and Beaches Sought after Cul-de-sac location 4 ensuites
Price: mid-high $2 million should enquire Inspect: Saturday 20th July 10-10.30am Wednesday 24th July 5-5.30pm Loren Wimhurst 0415 380 222 Richard Scrivener 0416 799 188
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SELLING FAST – MOOLOOLABA BEACHSIDE LIVING Trinity Beach Home #3-7 Marjorie Street, Mooloolaba Perfectly positioned and luxuriously appointed, this stunning brand new architecturally designed townhouse combines the scale and feel of a home with the convenience of low-maintenance beachside living. Stylish in design and awash with natural light, the residence utilizes a palate of neutral tones and contemporary ﬁnishes to create an ambience of elegance and sophistication. With stunning beaches and Mooloolaba Esplanade only minutes away, don’t let this unparalleled lifestyle opportunity pass you by!
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Architectural designed townhouse Designed for low maintenance living Walk to Mooloolaba Esplanade Stroll to patrolled beaches Blackbutt timber ﬂooring Quality ﬁnishes throughout
Price: Offers from $1,149,000 Inspect: Saturday 20th July 3-3.30pm Karen Jones 0405 122 526 Loren Wimhurst 0415 380 222
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AUCTION PANORAMIC OCEAN VIEWS FROM YOUR PRIVATE OASIS 87b Glenmount Road, Mons Boasting a magniﬁcent picturesque setting, this private family residence showcasing panoramic views will leave you captivated. Surrounded by lush natural landscape, this stunning elevated home offers a magical acreage lifestyle yet minutes to all the Coast has to offer. A superb open plan layout and ﬂoorplan facilitates versatility and excellent separation of living. Designed for effortless, low maintenance living, this is your opportunity to make this enchanting home your own - call today!
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Auction: Forthcoming Auction Inspect: Saturday 20th July 1.30-2pm Karen Jones 0405 122 526
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4 Camelia Street, Bokarina BOKARINA’S BEST BEACHSIDE BUY – this beautiful and private contemporary family abode set on a sizeable 654m2 block will impress. Perfectly positioned, just a short stroll to the pristine waters of Bokarina beach, this modern abode offers relaxed coastal living. Designed for entertaining, the home blends functionality with sleek lines and quality ﬁnishes to create a warm and relaxed ambience. On the market to be SOLD, this incredible opportunity won’t last long!
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Auction: Saturday 27th July at 12pm Inspect: Saturday 20th July 2.30-3pm Wednesday 24th July 5-5.30pm Karen Jones 0405 122 526
AFFORDABLE STYLE - NORTH FACING MOOLOOLABA WATERFRONT 3
1/17 Kononda Court, Moolooaba Commanding the Northern end of a highly sought after waterfront cul-de-sac sits this stunning, recently built waterfront residence. Finished to the utmost standard and complimented not only by the position but also by the striking water views, this property represents Sunshine Coast living at its best. Beautifully appointed, this home merges the best of both worlds; the convenience of low maintenance living with luxury ﬁnishes.
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Price: All offers over $1.49m considered Inspect: Saturday 20th July 11-11.30am Sunday 21st July 11-11.30am Loren Wimhurst 0415 380 222 Richard Scrivener 0416 799 188
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Amber Fox 0405 357 735
Leanne King 0439 910 235
Darren Rix 0416 188 259
Margie Deighton 0411 399 514
Neil Bourke 0417 721 602
Barbara Banks 0419 760 492
PRICED REDUCED - PEACEFUL PRIVATE OCEAN VIEWS. 30 St Martins Terrace, BUDERIM Positioned to enjoy the views in a quiet culdesac on the eastern slopes with the convenience of shops and transport close by. • Airconditioned open plan living area with raked ceilings • Modern kitchen, stone benchtops ,abundance of cupboards. • wrap around covered decks great for entertaining with views • Ideal for home business BNB self contained accommodation
$849,000 4 Bed 3 Bath 2 Car 913M2 Inspect: Sat 20th July 1-1.30pm m Sun 21st July 11-11.30am Margie Deighton 0411 399 514
SET AND FORGET INVESTMENT WITH BUSH OUTLOOK
RESORT STYLE LIVING WITH A TOUCH OF CLASS
236/8 Starling Street, BUDERIM
153 GLENVIEW ROAD, GLENVIEW
Massive value at $278,000
The Atrium offers a great lifestyle with pools, playground and bbq areas plus great community feel.
2 Bed 1 Bath 1 Car
• Let the ﬁgures do the talking, $330 per week rent, oh yeah! • Large open A/C living with modern kitchen feat. dishwasher • Generous patio with clothes line and bush views • Café, Pizza, Gym, Convenience Store & Hairdresser a walk away
Inspect: Sat 20th July 10-10.30am Amber Fox 0405 357 735
DUAL OCCUPANCY - 1.79 ACRES - AMAZING VIEWS 10 Dajaman Court, MAROOCHY RIVER
5 Bed 4 Bath 2 Car
• Main house: Open plan living, high ceilings timber ﬂoors, northern deck. • Master Bedroom with ensuite, plus two bedrooms upper level. • 4th bedroom and 3rd bathroom downstairs plus laundry • Stunning cottage as new condition overlooking pool and deck
4 Bed 5 Bath 6 Car 5994M2 Inspect: Sat 20th July 1-1.45pm Leanne King 0439 910 235
PERFECTION IN PARK HAVEN ONE Offers over $950,000
Set on 7280m2 in a quiet court this property features a immaculate high set home, a separate second residence, 14 mtr pool
Reduced to $969,000
This massive 300m2 home is set on 1 and a half acres of neat useable land in natural and very private and peaceful surroundings • All 4 bedrooms have their own ensuites and quality timber ﬂoors • Fully functional separate ofﬁce with built in desks and shelving • Massive high garage ﬁts 4 vehicles and another large shed as well • very large dining and lounge plus separate media and family room
Inspect: Sat 20th July 10-10.45 am Margie Deighton 0411 399 514
4/1 Peregine Drive, WURTULLA
The best of simple living in quiet complex. Pet Friendly and in amazing condition. The same owners for 25 years says it all! • Immaculate duplex style unit in the great Park Haven 1 Community • So close to the hospital precinct, Aldi, Coles, Bunnings, Spotlight • Lovely walking paths, canals & local shops nearby plus public transport • Perfect for the avid gardener with fruit trees & other plants plus patio
2 Bed 1 Bath 1 Car 224m2 Inspect: Sat 20th July 11.30-12pm Amber Fox 0405 357 735
Feel at home with…
Feel at home with…
After an exciting 13yrs of professional golf living in Europe Darren and his family moved back to the Sunshine Coast in 2003. They enjoy a rural setting on 5 acres where his 4 children, 15 chickens and a dog have room to run. He likes to get a whole lot of holes in one and a whole lot of sales into one amazing sales career.
Barbara is a true local having lived in the area her entire life. She has been involved in real estate as a salesperson and principal for over 30 years. She retired for 4 years and spent most of that time living aboard her boat - 4 years retirement was enough for Barbara and she is very happy and successful doing what she loves that is working in the Real Estate Industry. She believes Experience doesn’t cost - it pays.
Darren Rix 0416 188 259
Barbara Banks 0419 760 492
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We put you first MAROOCHYDORE ’HORTON APARTMENTS’ 1507/1A MUNGAR STREET
OFFERS OVER $445,000
MAROOCHYDORE 213 MAIN ROAD
AUCTION SATURDAY 3RD AUGUST 11AM
Live the Sunshine Coast Lifestyle
Prime Position with Amazing Potential!
This beautifully presented apartment is immaculate throughout with modern light fittings and fans. The living area flows out onto the balcony where you can enjoy a relaxing drink and watch the world go by. There is nothing to do except move in and enjoy resort style facilities on offer. Features a modern kitchen,spacious living/dining area, master with ensuite, generous balcony, airconditioning, screens, secure parking, pool, gym, and BBQ. Walking distance to Sunshine Plaza shopping, Ocean St dining and our beautiful beaches.
• 3 good sized bedrooms, 2 with built-ins • Kitchen/Lounge and Dining with polished floor • New Bathroom with separate toilet • Expansive rear deck ideal for relaxation • 6m x 6m approx. double bay shed • Large approx. 607sqm of land, perfect for the kids • Side access for potential storage options • Air conditioning unit to keep you cool in summer
INSPECT Saturday 20th July 12.15-12.45pm FIRST NATIONAL COASTAL 5443 3377 GEORGINA GRIGGS 0401 868 006 WEB www.firstnationalcoastal.com.au
AUCTION Saturday 3rd August 11am (if not sold prior) INSPECT Saturday 20th July 10-10.45am FIRST NATIONAL RIVERSIDE 5446 6186 JASON BURNS 0417 762 001 WEB www.firstnationalriverside.com.au
• Entry level Maroochydore house buying is here
AUCTION ON-SITE SATURDAY 10TH AUGUST 11AM
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New Home, Panoramic Views in Wonderful Woombye Get comfy and check the extensive list below of inclusions that simply makes this one of the best properties in Woombye. Cheese and Wine (and beer) open homes each Thursday night from 5.306.30 and regular open homes Saturday. • 810m2 block • 2 x Large 3.6m x 3.6m plus robe Guest bedrooms with mirrored sliding doors • Bathroom with walk-in 1m x 1.6m shower including Freestanding 1800mm Bath Tub with a 1500mm square picture window • Large designer kitchen with stone benchtops and soft close drawers/doors AUCTION On-Site Saturday 10th August 11am INSPECT Thursdays 5.30-6.30pm or Saturday 11-12pm FIRST NATIONAL CAROLANS NAMBOUR 5441 1344 SIMON JAGO 0400 117 169 WEB www.carolans.net
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BLI BLI OPPORTUNITY
imon Jago of Carolans First National Real Estate is proud to present to the market 20 Avocado Crescent Bli Bli. Positioned opposite a large park, this corner block has two street frontages and a carport and double garage. The two-bedroom home catches ample sunlight and the bathroom and laundry have been renovated. Only 15 minutes from the beautiful Sunshine Coast beaches, this is a fantastic opportunity to enter the market in Bli Bli. This one is now priced well and is likely to sell fast.
83 Nothling Street, Moﬀat Beach Set on a generous 566m² corner allotment, this captivating beach home has been lovingly renovated and extended to embrace it occupants with a fusion of the indoor and outdoor living spaces, beautiful timber floors and first-class finishes. • Beautiful, leafy and private yard with entertainment/barbecue area • Plentiful storage & shelving downstairs; perfect for the workshop or tradesmen • New 6kw Solar, house re-wired, re-plumbed and new roof in recent renovation • Close to cafes, patrolled beach and public transport
4 Auc on In Rooms, The Events Centre, Caloundra Thursday, 15 August at 11am
20 AVOCADO CRESCENT, BLI BLI 2 bed, 1 bath, 3 car Offers Over $390,000 Carolans First National Real Estate – Nambour 5441 1344 Simon Jago 0400 117 169
Andrew Garland 0403 851 777
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Unit 25/38 King Street, Kings Beach Act quickly to secure this superb penthouse apartment with sweeping views from Mount Coolum to the north, across Moffat and Shelly Beach and out to the shipping lanes and Moreton Island. To be sold at auction. • Spacious luxury 174m²* water view apartment (132m²* internal living area) • Three generous bedrooms, master with ensuite, spa bath & large walk-in robe • Large 42m²* north-facing balcony with full-size heated spa • Secure side by side parking for two cars plus storage cage & secure lift *approximately
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Andrew Garland 0403 851 777
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MULTI AUCTION | THURSDAY 8TH AUGUST RAMADA RESORT MARCOOLA | 6PM
Coolum 5446 2500 | Marcoola 5448 7444 www.northshorerealty.com.au
AUCTION NEXT SATURDAY
16 Beachway Parade, Marcoola
apartment above garage • Cottage has polished timber flooring in living/dining area and air conditioned living and master bedroom • Cottage popular amongst holiday goers, studio currently has a
View Saturday 1 - 1.30pm Auction In-rooms Thursday 8th August
• Great location, less than 500m flat stroll to the beach and local cafes
Noel Mooney 0417 756 076 firstname.lastname@example.org
3504/923 David Low Way, Marcoola
permanent tenant in place
OCEAN VIEW APARTMENT NEEDS A NEW OWNER • 5th floor apartment located right on the beachfront in Marcoola • Capture the sea breezes in summer and morning sun in winter • Enjoy ocean views from lounge, main bedroom & spacious balcony • Air conditioned, fully furnished and ready to take possession of now • Book your inspection or come to our open homes, this 2 bedroom apartment really is a must see! 64 My Weekly Preview | July 19, 2019
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CHARMING SEASIDE COTTAGE + STUDIO APARTMENT • 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom fully furnished cottage + bonus studio
6/47 Petrie Avenue, Marcoola
• When it comes to location it doesn’t get much better than this • Grab your morning cuppa and take a stroll along the beach before you start your day • Modern living, dining and kitchen feature timber floors and open onto a private balcony • Two spacious bedrooms and main bathroom all on one level • Third bedroom, second bathroom, laundry and exclusive terrace on the lower level • Single lock up garage with room for bikes and surf boards • Complex offers a refreshing inground pool and BBQ area
View Saturday 1 - 1.45pm
25/917 David Low Way, Marcoola
Auction In-rooms Thursday 8th August Keith Blanchard 0419 676 037 email@example.com
OCEAN VIEWS FOREVER View Saturday & Wednesday 11 - 11.30am Auction In-rooms Thursday 8th August Walter Johnson 0488 989 363 firstname.lastname@example.org
• Absolute beachfront position with stunning white-water ocean views and no roads between you and a simply stunning surf beach which is patrolled all year round • Perched high above the sand and waves with just parkland between you and the beach, this apartment offers a unique and enviable living experience • All three bedrooms have ocean views and capture the sea breezes • Luxury bathrooms and a quality well equipped kitchen features granite benches and modern appliances • Recently refurbished you will appreciate the feeling of luxury & quality this apartment offers
View Saturday 11 - 11.45am Auction In-rooms Thursday 8th August Mark McDonald 0418 871 059 email@example.com myweeklypreview.com.au
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Coolum 5446 2500 | Marcoola 5448 7444 www.northshorerealty.com.au Auction Ramada 8th August @ 6pm
BEACHFRONT DUAL KEY – GET IN QUICK! Rare dual key podium level apartment in the popular beachfront Ramada Marcoola Resort. Featuring an expansive outdoor patio area with direct access to the pristine beach. The astute investor will appreciate the many options the dual key facility offers. Fully furnished and ready for holiday letting.
Auction Ramada 8th August @ 6pm
View Saturday 11 - 11.30am Auction In-rooms Thursday 8th August Liz Hope 0422 494 686 firstname.lastname@example.org
1104/923 David Low Way, Marcoola Auction Ramada 8th August @ 6pm
SPACIOUS, PRIVATE, LOW BODY CORPORATE Live the relaxing and luxurious lifestyle in this executive New York style apartment. Shops, cafes, school, tavern & restaurants all at your fingertips. 9ft ceilings, bamboo timber flooring & wall to wall windows allow natural light to flow through. Spacious 166m2 in size with low Body Corporate fees.
View Saturday & Sunday 12 - 12.30pm Auction In-rooms Thursday 8th August Ben Thomson 0447 057 651 email@example.com
4/28 Karome Street, Pacific Paradise
16 Waterline Close, Mount Coolum
BEACHSIDE LIVING AS IT SHOULD BE • Appealing & captivating home in the prestigious ‘The Boardwalk’ estate • Low maintenance, easy care home in tip top condition & ready for new owner • Two separate air conditioned living areas & well-appointed kitchen • Ground level master bedroom with ensuite showcasing a corner shower & double vanity • North facing in-ground pool & alfresco area surrounded by lush Balinese style gardens • Positioned in a quiet cul de sac, fully fenced with side access • Fabulous shaded park and playground across the road • Easy walk to the beach & Mount Coolum Shopping Village • Come & see this appealing beachside property, it could be your next home! myweeklypreview.com.au
15/130 Mudjimba Esplanade, Marcoola
STUNNING BEACHFRONT POOL VILLA • Refurbished stunning 3 bedroom dive in Pool Villa • Open plan lounge that flows out to covered balcony & 75m pool • Private use rooftop area – perfect for evening drinks & quiet relaxation • 3 bedrooms on mid level, serviced with an ensuite and central bathroom • Lower level has a powder room off the living area • Ducted air conditioning and heating throughout villa • Secure lock up garage with internal entry and room for a second car in the driveway • Prime positioned end villa, stylishly decorated and furnished • 11 kms of pristine beach at your doorstep • Excellent holiday letting returns
View Saturday & Sunday 2 - 2.30pm
53/42 Boardwalk Boulevard, Mount Coolum
Auction In-rooms Thursday 8th August Mark McDonald 0418 871 059 firstname.lastname@example.org
DESIGNER TOWNHOUSE-SEASIDE LIVING! View Saturday & Sunday 1 - 1.30pm
• Creative interior with inviting open living, soaring ceilings, gourmet kitchen, timber floors - lots of natural light & breezes!
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• Generous brms with glass sliding doors out onto terrace
For Sale Offers over $880,000
• Expansive nth facing alfresco deck & private landscaped courtyard
Walter Johnson 0488 989 363 email@example.com
• On site managed complex-sparkling resort pool & BBQ area-pet friendly!
• Mins stroll along pathways & boardwalk to surf & IGA shopping village! • Beachside coastal escape - ideal for everyday living or perfect weekender! • Sellers will consider all prior offers-MUST BE SOLD!
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Here’s a preview of hot auctions taking place on the Sunshine Coast in the next seven days:
15 Illawang Street, Buderim
709/38 Mahogany Drive, Pelican Waters 15 ILLAWANG STREET, BUDERIM Auction on site Saturday, July 20 @ 2.30pm McGrath 5450 8000 Chris Pace 0417 196 600 Stuart Thomas 0438 821 269
LIFESTYLE 1 ¼ ACRES
4 Bed | 2 Bath | Office | 5 Car | Pool
400 Blackall Range Road, WEST WOOMBYE
Inspect: Sat 1-1.45pm Or Call
• 368m2 entertainer’s delight with modern kitchen and a large timber deck • Flat, fenced 1 1/4 acres with northerly aspect and room for the kids to play • Triple car garage, car hoist and extra parking for the caravan, cars and boat • Fireplace, solar power and HWS, A/C, fans, vacuum system and storage galore • 12 m in-ground pool with undercover entertaining area and shade sail over pool • Hobby farm with chook pen and fruit trees backing onto an equestrian centre CONTACT: DOUG ISON 0418 761 404
709/38 MAHOGANY DRIVE, PELICAN WATERS Auction on site Saturday, July 20 @ 1.30pm First National Caloundra 5438 2166 Michael Kettle 0419 728 807
The easiest way to check out the latest auction results. 31 CARWOOLA CRESCENT, MOOLOOLABA under negotiation / 4 bed, 4 bath, 5 car Next Property Group 1300 400 777 Loren Wimhurst 0415 380 222 Richard Scrivener 0416 799 188
11 WERONA STREET, BUDDINA passed in / 4 bed, 3 bath, 2 car Auction on site Saturday July 13 @ 10am McGrath 5450 8000 Geoff Ohmsen 0412 103 147
MARKET TRACKER A list of what’s recently sold on the Coast: 2/87-89 BEACH PARADE, MAROOCHYDORE $375,000 / 2 bed, 1 bath, 1 car Next Property Group, Rebecca Fletcher 17 BAREKI STREET, WURTULLA $615,000 / 3 bed, 1 bath, 2 car Next Property Group, Karen Jones 20 PACIFIC BOULEVARD, BUDDINA $2,080,000 / 4 bed, 3 bath, 2 car Next Property Group, Rebecca Fletcher 74 DIXON ROAD, BUDERIM $640,000 / 4 bed, 2 bath, 3 car Century 21, Grant Smith *As supplied by contributing real estate agencies
11 JORL CT Townhouse apartments
4 Tulip Lane, BUDERIM
RENOVATE, DETONATE OR DEVELOP
A sought after postcode, at a sought after price From
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This is an outstanding opportunity for a renovator, developer, or investor to purchase a solid brick and tile home on a leafy ﬂat 809m2 block on top of Buderim within walking distance to village amenities, offering a variety of living or developing scenarios. • Lowset brick & tile classic on ﬂat 809m2 on top • Medium density residential zoning • Within walking distance to village • Rare opportunity, attractive options
AUCTION On-Site Saturday 10th August 11am VIEW Wednesday 24th 5-5.30pm & Saturday 27th 10.30-10.50am CONTACT Lee Sutherland Team 0499 99 33 11
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www.platinumproperties.com.au Shop 4 Dwyer House, 256 Nicklin Way, Warana T: 5437 8806
Prime Mooloolaba Beach House 4 Moondarra Cresent, MOOLOOLABA Offering huge potential, this house is positioned on a fully fenced 632m2 block with side access and offers the option’s of renovating, knocking down and building a brand new home or you could hold the property and rent for $500 per week.
• 700M to Mooloolaba Beach and the start of the restaurant/café/shopping strip Coles Supermarket, Tavern, Bottleshop, Newsagency,
Auction 3rd August, 10am On Site
Bakery and Pharmacy
Steve Kealey: 0437 935 369
• 300m to the Mooloolaba Primary School
• Surfing, boating and fishing all at your fingertips
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• 450M to a great shopping centre which includes a
This prime position is within walking distance to just about every convenience and the central location ensures easy access to all that the Sunshine Coast lifestyle, has to offer.
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TRANQUIL SETTING ON A VERY LARGE BLOCK Tucked away at the end of cul-da-sac and positioned behind the low maintenance street front 2
vegetation there is this solid brick home on a tranquil 3000m block with distance views over bordering large acreage properties to the Blackall Ranges. Stepping stone away from Nambour Central yet this all useable residential block stimulates a feel of country living. A unique property
• Massive lounge area with fireplace • Full length front verandah • Undercover rear entertaining area • Garage with mechanics pit and separate workshop plus storage room
• 3000m2 Block • 2 x Concrete Water tanks connected to home plus town water and sewer • Off road parking for full size caravan or truck • 2km from Nambour Central
Open For Inspection Sat 20/07 1.30 - 2pm Wed 24/07 3.30 - 4pm Sat 27/07 1.30 - 2pm
so close to all essential services including major hospital and medical services, train, schools and shops in a town that is expanding rapidly with new infrastructure both residential and commercial makes this home paradise in a suburban setting.
4 BED | 2 BATH | 2 CAR | OFFICE Address: 22-24 Mountain Breeze Court, Coes Creek Price: Offer Around $600k
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KINGS BEACH PENTHOUSE From page 43
ct quickly to secure this superb penthouse apartment with sweeping views from Mount Coolum to the north, across Moffat and Shelly Beach, and out to the shipping lanes and Moreton Island. The luxury apartment boasts 132m2 of internal living area. Features include three bedrooms including a master with ensuite, spa bath and large walk-in robe. There is also a 42m2 north-facing balcony with a heated spa, secure side-byside parking for two cars plus a storage cage and secure lift.
UNIT 25/38 KING STREET, KINGS BEACH 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 2 car Auction Thursday, August 15 @ 11am Ray White Caloundra 5491 5055 Andrew Garland 0403 851 777
LAND FROM $254,000
Rocco Street, Nambour
Here’s Your Chance! Offering gorgeous farm & hinterland views, this 18 lot boutique estate with its larger sized blocks is ready for you to build your dream. House and Land packages are available so Inspect this weekend as lots are selling fast.
• Quality controlled Estate close to the heart of Nambour offering a sanctuary amongst nature • Semi rural lifestyle with space and room with the hinterland at your doorstep • Choice of near level to gently sloped blocks with near 50% sold. • Lots start from $254,000 with an average lot size of 700m2. Value buying! • Your choice of aspect, views all dependant on your budget • Get in while you can - Theses fully serviced lots are ready to build your dream future
Inspect: Agent Onsite Sat 10 - 10.45am Steve G Pery 0448 884 093 remaxpropertysales.com.au
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43 Old Coach Way, Ninderry This is not just a house, it’s a home! Stunning hardwood floors, high ceilings, a north facing verandah • High ceilings, stunning timber floors • 4 bedrooms, room to extend • 2 acres, sheds, dam • Room to build a second dwelling
Price: Mid to High $500,000 Buyers Inspect: By Appointment View: www.remaxpropertysales.com.au/ u/ 20239267 Steve Perry 0418 711 955 RE/MAX Property Sales
339 Petrie Creek Road, Rosemount
Dual Living - Perfect for the extended family
Price: $900,000 + Buyers Inspect: Saturday 11-11.45am View: www.remaxpropertysales.com.au/ u/ 20162215 Steve Perry 0418 711 955
• Over 400m2 under roof in excellent condition • 2 kitchens, 2 bathrooms, 4 toilets • 3 covered outdoor entertaining areas • Triple garage + 2 sheds + fruit orchard
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• Over 2 acres, mostly level, fenced, suit a horse
19 Fernhill Place, Diddillibah
Luxurious family home on the ultimate lifestyle acreage only 10 minutes to Northshore Beach and the new Sunshine Plaza Shopping Centre • Over 400m2 of Hi spec finishes under roof and only 4 years young • Superb 2 acre lot, the perfect mix of cleared acreage with natural bush surrounds • Side access to the shed/workshop with a level lawn area ideal for caravans, boats…whatever you need • The centrally located chefs kitchen with a butlers pantry overlooks the magnificent swimming pool • 4 spacious bedrooms, a beautiful study, more appropriatley referred to as a library overlooks the pool • Media room, high ceilings, polished timber floors and so much more…Come and see for yourself!
Price: $1,250,000 Inspect: Saturday 10-10.45am View: www.remaxpropertysales.com.au/ 20264205 Steve Perry 0418 711 955
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7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Would I Lie To You? 8.30 Live At The Apollo. 9.15 The Stand Up Sketch Show. 9.40 Comedy Next Gen.
6.30pm The Yorkshire Vet. (PG) 7.30 Mighty Cruise Ships. 8.30 Escape To The Country. 11.30 Mighty Cruise Ships.
6.30pm The Kick. 7.00 Football. AFL. Round 18. Brisbane Lions v North Melbourne. 10.00 AFL Post-Game Show. 11.00 World’s Most Amazing Videos. 12.05am Blokesworld.
6.15pm MOVIE Alvin And The Chipmunks: Chipwrecked. (2011) (G) 8.00 Netball. INF World Cup. Sessions 17 and 18. Semi-ﬁnals. 9.50 MOVIE Friends With Beneﬁts. (2011) (MA15+)
7.30pm Women’s Ashes Pre-Match Show. 8.00 Cricket. Women’s Ashes. Test Match. England v Australia. Day 3. Morning session. 10.00 Women’s Ashes Lunch Break.
6pm Cops. (PG) 6.30 Scorpion. (PG) 7.30 MacGyver. (M) 8.30 NCIS: New Orleans. (M) 10.20 SEAL Team. (M) 11.15 NCIS: Los Angeles. (M)
6pm Magnum, P.I. (PG) 8.00 Kojak. (M) 9.05 Columbo. (M) 10.40 Robotech: Macross Saga. (M)
7.05pm Charlie And Lola. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Would I Lie To You? 8.30 Penn & Teller: Fool Us. 9.10 Dave Gorman Live. 10.35 Live At The Apollo. 11.25 Adam Hills: The Last Leg.
6pm Mighty Ships. (PG) 7.00 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line. (PG) 8.30 Mighty Trains. (PG) 9.30 Mighty Planes. 10.30 Border Security. (PG) 11.30 Cop Squad. (M)
6pm The Simpsons. (PG) 6.30 MOVIE Men In Black. (1997) (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Alien. (1979) (M) Sigourney Weaver, Veronica Cartwright. 11.00 MOVIE The Abyss. (1989) (M)
7pm MOVIE Step Up 3. (2010) (PG) Sharni Vinson, Rick Malambri. 9.10 MOVIE Step Up Revolution. (2012) (PG) Kathryn McCormick, Ryan Guzman, Cleopatra Coleman. 11.10 Borderline. (M)
7.30pm Women’s Ashes Pre-Match Show. 8.00 Cricket. Women’s Ashes. Test Match. England v Australia. Day 4. Morning session. 10.00 Women’s Ashes Lunch Break.
6.30pm Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 NCIS. (M) 9.30 To Be Advised. 10.30 48 Hours. (M) 11.30 CSI: Miami. (M)
6pm Frasier. (PG) 7.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. 8.30 MOVIE Dead Poets Society. (1989) (PG) Robin Williams, Robert Sean Leonard, Ethan Hawke. 11.10 Buffy The Vampire Slayer. (M)
7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Blackadder The Third. 8.30 Extras. 9.00 Community. 9.25 The Ofﬁce. 9.45 The Inbetweeners. 10.15 Peep Show.
6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 The Vicar Of Dibley. (PG) 8.30 Foyle’s War. (M) 10.30 Secrets Of Scotland Yard. (M) 11.30 Mighty Ships. (PG)
6.30pm Storage Wars. (PG) 7.00 Pawn Stars. (PG) 7.30 American Pickers. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Dirty Harry. (1971) (M) Clint Eastwood. 10.40 MOVIE Volcano. (1997) (M)
6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 Big Bang. (PG) 7.30 RBT. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE The Sum Of All Fears. (2002) (M) Ben Afﬂeck, Morgan Freeman. 11.00 Big Bang. (PG) 11.30 Police Ten 7. (M)
6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 New Tricks. (M) 8.40 Midsomer Murders. (M) 10.50 Unforgettable. (M) 11.50 Footy Classiﬁed. (M)
6pm Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 NCIS. (M) 8.30 Law & Order: SVU. (M) 10.30 48 Hours. (M) 11.30 CSI: Miami. (M)
6pm Celebrity Name Game. (PG) 6.30 Neighbours. (PG) 7.00 Seinfeld. (PG) 8.00 Two And A Half Men. (M) 9.00 Frasier. (PG) 11.00 The Flash. (M)
7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 Adam Hills: The Last Leg. 8.40 The IT Crowd. 9.05 Community. 9.25 The Ofﬁce. 9.50 Back. 10.15 The Thick Of It.
6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 Rosemary & Thyme. (PG) 8.30 Murdoch Mysteries. (M) 10.30 Citizen Khan. (PG) 11.15 Mighty Ships.
6.30pm Storage Wars. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 Highway Patrol. (PG) 8.30 Outback Truckers. (PG) 9.30 Supertruckers. (PG) 10.30 Car Crash TV. 11.00 Highway Thru Hell.
6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 Big Bang. (PG) 7.30 Young Sheldon. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Year One. (2009) (M) Jack Black, Michael Cera, Oliver Platt. 10.30 Big Bang. (PG) 11.00 Young Sheldon. (PG)
6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 Death In Paradise. (M) 8.40 Agatha Christie’s Poirot. (PG) 11.00 Law & Order: SVU. (MA15+)
6pm Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 NCIS. (M) 8.30 CSI: Miami. (MA15+) 9.25 To Be Advised. 10.20 The Mentalist. (M)
6.30pm Neighbours. 7.00 Seinfeld. 8.00 Two And A Half Men. 8.30 Two And A Half Men. 9.00 2017 Montreal Comedy Festival. 10.00 Stand Up: Dave Eastgate.
7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 The Good Place. 8.45 Detectorists. 9.15 Community. 9.35 The Ofﬁce. 10.00 Crashing. 10.25 An Idiot Abroad. 11.10 30 Rock.
6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 Air Crash Investigation. (PG) 10.30 Saved. (M) 11.30 Mighty Ships.
6.30pm Storage Wars. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 Futurama. (PG) 8.00 The Simpsons. (PG) 9.00 Rostered On. (MA15+) 9.30 Family Guy. (M) 10.30 American Dad!
6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 7.30 20 To One. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE Trainwreck. (2015) (M) Amy Schumer, Bill Hader, John Cena. 11.00 Big Bang. (PG) 11.30 Friends. (PG)
6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 David Attenborough’s The Hunt. (PG) 8.40 Extreme Planes. (M) 9.40 Aircrash Conﬁdential. (M)
6pm Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 NCIS. (M) 8.30 NCIS: Los Angeles. (M) 10.20 NCIS. (M)
6pm Celebrity Name Game. (PG) 6.30 Neighbours. (PG) 7.00 Seinfeld. (PG) 8.00 Two And A Half Men. (M) 9.00 MOVIE The Dish. (2000) (PG) 11.05 Fresh Off The Boat. 11.35 James Corden.
7.05pm Children’s Programs. 7.30 Spicks And Specks. 8.00 QI. 8.30 Squinters. 8.55 Community. 9.15 The Ofﬁce. 9.40 Women On The Verge. 10.10 Famalam. 10.35 Schitt’s Creek.
6.30pm Seven Local News. 7.00 Seven News. 7.30 Father Brown. (M) 8.30 A Touch Of Frost. (M) 10.45 Mighty Ships. (PG) 11.45 Medical Emergency. (PG)
6.30pm Storage Wars. (PG) 7.00 Pawn Stars. (PG) 8.30 MOVIE I, Robot. (2004) (M) Will Smith, Alan Tudyk, Bridget Moynahan. 10.50 MOVIE Street Fighter. (1994) (M)
6pm Friends. (PG) 7.00 The Big Bang Theory. (PG) 7.30 Top Gear. (PG) 9.00 MOVIE Hot Fuzz. (2007) (MA15+) Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Jim Broadbent. 11.30 The Big Bang Theory. (PG)
6.30pm Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 MOVIE Airport. (1970) (PG) Dean Martin, Burt Lancaster, George Kennedy. 10.20 Unforgettable. (M)
6pm Judge Judy. (PG) 6.30 Bondi Rescue. (PG) 7.30 NCIS. (M) 8.30 Hawaii Five-0. (M) 9.30 SEAL Team. (M) 10.30 NCIS. (M) 11.30 NCIS: Los Angeles. (M)
6pm Celebrity Name Game. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.00 Seinfeld. 8.00 Two And A Half Men. (M) 8.30 Two And A Half Men. (PG) 9.00 Will & Grace. (PG) 10.30 Funny Girls.
with MWP’s man in the water
Okay peeps, not looking that flash for the weekend. Forecast is saying the devil wind might be blowing up. At the time of writing, J-Bay was running with some incredible waves. Sadly, Julian did not get through, but Kelly is still rocking along. Joke – how do you know if someone is ticklish? You give them a test tickle (testicle). Have fun!
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