Wed 17 Dec 2014

Locks lopped for top cause

DESTTANY Manietta has parted with her flowing brown locks so that someone less fortunate can feel more comfortable.

Bell rings on career

THE end of the 2014 school year was a bittersweet one for long-serving deputy principal Cheryl Charlton, who has retired after a career spanning 45 years.

Hampers full of hope

BREMER State High School students have provided a vital boost to the Cityhope Care Hampers of Hope Appeal.

Music star back on home ground

HE’S shared a stage with Bob Dylan and Cher, played on three Jimmy Barnes albums and worked with the likes of Keith Urban and Gina Jeffreys.

Kindy rated among the very best

IPSWICH’S Jacaranda Street Community Kindergarten has capped off a memorable year by earning the top rating under the national quality assessment program.

Awake to a far brighter Christmas

A COMMITTED band of volunteers is already hard at work to make sure that the lonely and less fortunate among us are not left without a reason to smile

Farewell to 33 years of super care

HEATHER Schloss’ official duties may have come to an end, but it doesn’t mean she won’t be showing her face around the North Ipswich Child Care Centre anymore.

60 years of bliss

WHEN Les Burger came down from Rockhampton to take up a job as a draftsman in the railways in 1952, he scored more than just regular pay.

Give the gift of life

FOR those thousands of Australians suffering from cancer or serious injury this Christmas, the gift of blood is about the best thing they could ask.

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