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Treasures galore found in Burringbar

Treasures galore found in Burringbar

A treasure trove of collectibles is waiting to be discovered.

Nasho heads for Vietnam to pay respects

Nasho heads for Vietnam to pay respects

VETERAN to respectfully retrace Vietnam War steps.

Croquet scores with skill, tactics and fitness

Croquet scores with skill, tactics and fitness

TRY it today, croquet is gentle and tests skill and concentration.

Breast cancer survivors benefiting from dragon boating

Breast cancer survivors benefiting from dragon boating

EXERCISING regularly is helping survivors repair their bodies.

U3A plans a Queensland conference to remember

U3A plans a Queensland conference to remember

CONFERENCE to provide platform for latest community learning.

Flowering canvasses win awards for octogenarian

Flowering canvasses win awards for octogenarian

FLORAL awards keep rolling in for talented senior.

Police want senior volunteers to assist community

Police want senior volunteers to assist community

COAST seniors can volunteer to work with their peers.

Lifetime learning offers the joy of having purpose

Lifetime learning offers the joy of having purpose

University of the Third Age is a learning exchange between equals.

ACTIVE AGEING: Keeping young on the road

ACTIVE AGEING: Keeping young on the road

CYCLING their bodies towards keeping fit with coffee their reward

Vineyard owner's big plans for expansion

Vineyard owner's big plans for expansion

Winery, cellar door, tasting in store for Ipswich wine enthusiasts

Cycle Challenge could be just the beginning

Cycle Challenge could be just the beginning

Warning: Cycling can be addictive

Autumn is agricultural show season on the coast

Autumn is agricultural show season on the coast

Getting in the mood for the local coastal show season.

U3A opens up world of learning wherever, whenever

U3A opens up world of learning wherever, whenever

U3A offers online learning wherever and whenever you want to do it.

Computers reopen Ron's world after brain condition

Computers reopen Ron's world after brain condition

RON Ware has gone from student to teacher over the last 10 years.

Creepy 'ghost' photographed standing behind grave

Creepy 'ghost' photographed standing behind grave

A creepy ghost-like figure has been caught on camera in Toowoomba

Artists share ancient culture in cultural exchange

Artists share ancient culture in cultural exchange

Textile artists come together for cultural exchange

Coffs volunteers fight for future of well-loved garden

Coffs volunteers fight for future of well-loved garden

COFFS seniors battle for the future of local Botanic Gardens.

Nambour's retro vintage scene comes to life through new tour

Nambour's retro vintage scene comes to life through new tour

NAMBOUR has a flourishing retro and vintage scene.

A nimble-fingered fundraiser

A nimble-fingered fundraiser

ELAINE Harris has been knitting since she was seven years old.

Bridge players find fun is in their cards

Bridge players find fun is in their cards

TEST your mind skills in a social environment with a growing game.

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