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Articles from October 2, 2016

10 Best Deals in Travel
1. European value WHEN: Itineraries next year WHERE: Various countries COSMOS has released more than 60 top-value holidays in its new 2017 Europe brochure, including six tours priced from less than $1000 per person. Offering the best-quality...
An Adventure Quarter of a That Lasted a Century
Byline: Peter Owen BACK in the early 1990s, life was simpler. Editing a newspaper was about providing interesting and relevant content, and decisions were made more by gut instinct than as a result of surveys, focus groups and the advice of consultants....
Artist's Brush with Fame; Carla Neves McAlister Is Counting Her Lucky Stars as She Works on the Set of Kong
Byline: Madeleine McKinlay THICK vines swing from the treetops above, while dark-green undergrowth and dense fog hide anything that could be lurking on the forest bed. Heavy, humid air creates sweat beads on our foreheads. It would seem as...
Blige's Bluesfest Debut; Grammy Award Winner Mary J Blige Will Perform at Next Year's Music Festival
Byline: Javier Encalada R&B SUPERSTAR Mary J Blige will be making her Bluesfest debut in 2017. The iconic Grammy Award winner, singer, songwriter, actress and philanthropist has been confirmed for the Tyagarah music festival next Easter....
Criminal Checks for Medical Cannabis?
Byline: Geoff Egan Geoff.Egan@apn.com.au CRIMINAL history checks will not be conducted on patients accessing medical marijuana if Queensland parliamentary committee recommendations are adopted. The parliamentary Health, Communities, Disability...
Dover Accused Found Not Guilty of Manslaughter
Byline: Erin Godwin erin.godwin@apn.com.au TWO Sunshine Coast men have been found not guilty of the manslaughter of Wayne Dover. Wade Leigh Goldsworthy, 30, and Matthew John Hill, 30, sobbed and embraced family after a Brisbane jury found they...
Drink in the Rugged Beauty; Shirley Sinclair Buckles Up for a Leisurely Road Trip Filled with Good Vibes
IT'S billed as possibly the world's longest wine drive - but it's not in California's Napa Valley, South Australia's Barossa or New Zealand's Marlborough region. The "string of pearls" of the vineyard and winery variety that is Route 62 is definitely...
Farewell and Thanks for the Ride
Byline: Shirley Sinclair Shirley.Sinclair@scnews.com.au I REMEMBER the buzz in the newsroom the most in the lead-up. For months, every journal- ist, photographer and sub- editor was caught up in the excitement of the "top sec- ret" project. The...
Graffiti Leaves Its Marks through Our Long History
MY SAY LAURIE BARBER I SAW some words scribbled on the side of a building once. The words said "no graffiti here please". The wording was very polite, but it was nevertheless graffiti, urging others not to follow the example that had just...
Horses Treated with Respect; Coast Turf Club Should Be Commended for Scheduling
TRACKSIDE GRAHAM POTTER THE co-existence at the race track between racegoers in party mode and the some- times flighty racehorses can be problematic if not managed correctly. Not every race club gets it right on race day but if everyone was...
Meander on a River Cruise; Not Sure about Ocean Liners? Try Dipping Your Toe in the Shallow End of Cruising
Byline: Paul Wicks IF YOU'RE a bit like me, you're not quite sure about cruises. But may I suggest that rather than going straight in at the deep end on one of those massive ocean liners (where even the queues to get on board are enough to put...
Murphy Is Overcome after Win Bulldogs Make History; Melbourne Club Celebrates Its First Premiership since 1954
Byline: Alex Nolan Alex.Nolan@scnews.com.au AUSSIE RULES: Tears streamed from the face of injured Bulldogs captain Bob Murphy, as he realised his beloved club had just won its first premiership in more than 60 years. After tasting defeat in nine...
NY Style Is Stepping out; Designer from the Big Apple Making Her Bold Statements from Woombye Studio
Byline: Zoe Thomas SWAPPING the loud, bustling metropolis of New York City for the quiet, country life of Woombye would be a big change for anybody. But that is exactly what local accessory designer Felicity Cooney did. Cooney made the move...
Rediscover Happiness
Byline: Jan Richards WANDERLUST Novotel Twin Waters Resort Thursday, October 20 - Sunday, October 23 wanderlust.com/festivals/ sunshine-coast WE LINED up to collect our Wanderlust bracelets: our entrA[c]e into the next few days of classes,...
Stories That Hit Home
Byline: Janine Hill I AM flipping through photocopied pages tucked in a display book when a photograph of a woman sitting by a grave clutching a photograph of a boy makes me stop and cry. The first anniversary of the death of Denise Caltabiano's...
Superhero Carries on a Fine Tradition
THE man with unbreakable skin is the latest character from Marvel's massive cast of superheroes to be the centre of a Netflix series. Luke Cage was introduced in the first season of Marvel's Jessica Jones, where he was much more than just the expected...
Young Man Dies in Accident; Driver Tells of Horror Crash
Byline: Nicky Moffat Nicky.Moffat@scnews.com.au THE last thing Pacific Para- dise resident Bill Burow expected as he drove home after dropping a mate in Brisbane to end up hitting a young pedestrian. But as he approached the Buderim Rd exit of...
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