August 2014

Published a story 29th Aug 2014 9:41 AM

THE invasion of cancer into so many lives may well explain the generosity of the Capricorn Coast on Daffodil Day.

Coast opens its heart to Daffodil Day appeal

THE invasion of cancer into so many lives may well explain the generosity of the Capricorn Coast on Daffodil Day.

Published a story 28th Aug 2014 12:59 PM

Leading Australian artist David Fairbairn explains what he hopes to achieve for his students during his first visit to the annual Cooee Bay art camp.

Cooee Bay mentor encourages 'epiphany' among students

Leading Australian artist David Fairbairn explains what he hopes to achieve for his students during his first visit to the annual Cooee Bay art camp.

Published a story 28th Aug 2014 12:30 PM

CENTIMETRE for centimetre, Frank the microbat may be the most popular animal ever to appear on electronic media.

Bats Frank and Coco grow accustomed to stardom

CENTIMETRE for centimetre, Frank the microbat may be the most popular animal ever to appear on electronic media.

Published a story 28th Aug 2014 12:01 PM

CARERS' efforts to help several bats injured by barbed wire have turned the eyes of the world towards the Capricorn Coast.

Capricorn Coast bats earn affection around the world

CARERS' efforts to help several bats injured by barbed wire have turned the eyes of the world towards the Capricorn Coast.

Published a story 28th Aug 2014 10:06 AM

WOULD you rather be a human or a zombie? Participants in the forthcoming Great Zombie Escape will have to choose.

'Zombies' sought to roam the Byfield forests

WOULD you rather be a human or a zombie? Participants in the forthcoming Great Zombie Escape will have to choose.

Published a story 21st Aug 2014 12:45 PM

Local potters join with similar clubs and associations around the country to hold their annual open day.

Yeppoon Beach Potters dish out greetings on open day

Local potters join with similar clubs and associations around the country to hold their annual open day.

Published a story 21st Aug 2014 12:12 PM

THE rain stopped, wind disappeared and clouds evaporated as the Capricorn Coast enjoyed a fine, late winter day for the first Yeppoon Chilli Festival.

Yeppoon replaces chilly with lots of chillies

THE rain stopped, wind disappeared and clouds evaporated as the Capricorn Coast enjoyed a fine, late winter day for the first Yeppoon Chilli Festival.

Published a story 15th Aug 2014 9:25 AM

Kayle crew member praises organisation's ability to change lives.

Keppel Bay visitor says SwD 'saved her life'

Kayle crew member praises organisation's ability to change lives.

Published a story 14th Aug 2014 5:23 PM

WHERE sailors gather, tradition says parrots won’t be far away.

Percy is ‘darling’ of the day at Keppel Bay

WHERE sailors gather, tradition says parrots won’t be far away.

Published a story 14th Aug 2014 4:37 PM

TERM takes on new meaning for Jenny Lanyon as she looks at the period of decline of gold-mining at Mount Morgan.

Cap Coast writer puts new spin on 'moving house'

TERM takes on new meaning for Jenny Lanyon as she looks at the period of decline of gold-mining at Mount Morgan.

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