Month: January 2024

Take simple steps on the path to recovery from financial disasters

Take simple steps on the path to recovery from financial disasters

Have you ever opened the washing machine and instantly spotted the remnants of a tissue that has gone through the wash? It’s a big mess, and super annoying because you know it could have been avoided.

Help for new nannas and pops

Help for new nannas and pops

Becoming a grandparent is one of the key transitions in a person’s life but according to parenting expert and psychologist Michael Carr-Gregg many first-time grandparents feel unprepared for the role.

Beat the killer heat

Beat the killer heat

With months of heat still to come climate scientists are predicting hotter temperatures, and they warn that we should be ready to face more heatwaves as they come around more often.

Artist shares stories behind portraits

Artist shares stories behind portraits

Woodridge-based artist Jun Chen is one of a select group of Queensland artists whose work has regularly been accepted into the prestigious annual Archibald Prize Exhibition with nine of his portraits displayed over a period of 15 years.

Koalas and dinosaurs come out to play

Koalas and dinosaurs come out to play

If you should go down to the park during the holidays you’re in for a big surprise because you just might find Logan’s own giant koala to play with, and spy a dinosaur skeleton … but don’t disturb the baby eggs!

Young teen is people’s choice

Young teen is people’s choice

Maria Brereton is looking for more talent and catwalk opportunities on the world stage after bringing home the People’s Choice sash and being named fourth runner-up in the Kids Star International, held in Thailand in early December.

Fake grass proves not so green

Fake grass proves not so green

Are you a lawn lover? Do you cut your grass every week religiously? Are you proud of your front lawn?

Jarrad lives his country dream

Jarrad lives his country dream

Country musician Jarrad Wrigley may be a local boy but he’s spending less and less time at home as his career takes off.

Adventure therapy is changing lives

Adventure therapy is changing lives

As a kid Chris Higgins loved being outdoors, spending time on his family’s hobby farm, always trying something different and even jacarooing during his uni holidays, but little did he know then what therapeutic benefits his energetic lifestyle could have.