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Legendary Surfer Mark Occhilupo and Filmmaker Jack McCoy Bring ‘The Occumentary’ Tour to Australia’s East Coast starting with Noosa

To celebrate the 25th anniversaries of Mark Occhilupo’s 1999 ASP World Title and multi award winning film The Occumentary, legendary surf film maker Jack McCoy and Occhilupo will be hitting the east coast of Australia. It will be the first time ever the film has been shown in cinemas on the big screen and to

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Screens off kids, it’s time to egg-splore

With the Easter Bunny delivering the goods and the temperature beginning to cool, the autumn school holidays are the perfect time to get out and about on our Sunshine Coast. Packed with plenty of free and low-cost things to do, our school holiday guide includes Sunshine Coast Council’s best offerings for keeping the kids busy

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Young builders unleash creativity at City Makers School HolidayWorkshop in Maroochydore City Centre

Children’s imaginations will run wild these school holidays as the MET in Maroochydore City Centre becomes a playground for the next generation of builders and placemakers to design their own cities from loose and recycled parts. The popular City Makers School Holidays Workshop allows kids aged 3-12 years to get hands-on experience with real tools

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Destiny Rescue reaches 14,500 rescues in the global fight against human trafficking

Sunshine Coast-based Destiny Rescue, a leading international organisation dedicated to combating human trafficking, recently celebrated a historic achievement as they marked their 14,500th rescue since the organisation’s inception in 2001. Destiny Rescue, alongside its decade-long supporter Caloundra City Autos, commemorated this milestone with an event attended by almost 100 of its key supporters, staff and

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