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Award winning podcast records at Sunshine Coast StoryCast studio

Tell your story and share your knowledge with StoryCast Studio – Sunshine Coast Libraries podcast studio. The StoryCast Studio, which is located at Kawana Library, is acoustically treated and is free for community members with a current library membership to use.  The space provides users with access to quality microphones, a podcast production mixer/interface, Audacity

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How to turn your garden into a wild wonderland

“Rewilding” backyards has become popular as residents look to entice bees, birds and butterflies into their gardens and a Sunshine Coast environment community group is teaching our community how to achieve this. Recognising an increasing interest from people wanting to swap their perfectly manicured lawn for a more natural one, Barung Landcare created the Gardens

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Whisking Up Memories: The Shared Apron Cookbook – Teen-Tested, Family-Approved Everyday Delights!

Created and co-tested by a mum-son duo, The Shared Apron cookbook features over 65 easy and nutritious recipes using everyday ingredients. Filled with techniques to teach your teen the basics, with lots of tips along the way, these foolproof recipes are tasty for teens, their family and friends. Packed with creative recipes for everything from

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Explore wild and wonderful world of monster love

Do you love writing and want to be part of a romance revolution? Sunshine Coast Libraries invites you to join author Charlotte Powers for an introduction to the wild and wonderful world of monster romance. It is a fast-growing romance sub-genre with stories involving a romantic relationship between a human and monstrous being, such as

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Youth leading the charge for the Sunshine Coast

Sunshine Coast Council has launched the inaugural Young Leaders Academy this month. Eight Sunshine Coast locals have come together to inspire and create a diverse, honest and authentic group to achieve community action. Young Leaders Academy member Kyla Saltner-Johnston said the academy strived to make a real difference in our community, develop essential leadership skills

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Olympic Champion encourages kids to dive into SwimStart this summer

Olympic gold medallist Brooke Hanson is encouraging families to take advantage of the new SwimStart program, that provides access to learn to swim classes for Queensland kids. SwimStart will provide greater access to swimming lessons for children aged 0 to 4 in a bid to improve water safety. Eligible families will be able to apply

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Rare chance to see inside region’s dream homes

A revived 1960s beach treasure -, a family tree house inspired by a Californian dream and a historic homestead where you can walk through time are among the amazing buildings being opened to the public as part of a popular festival. Sunshine Coast Open House is the region’s largest public architecture and design festival, offering

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Improve your ride experience – motorcycle workshop for riders

On Sunday August 20, Sunshine Coast Crime Prevention Unit, Highway Patrol (HP) and Department of Main Roads (DTMR) are joining forces to conduct a workshop designed for motorcycles riders to improve their riding experience. No matter how long you have been riding, it is beneficial to continually seek more skills, ideas or tips for you

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‘Incredible’ student ideas that could change our lives

From solar panel drones to attached reel systems for ECG machines and a device that makes it easier to shop, the Sunshine Coast’s brightest young entrepreneurs and innovators are rising to the challenge. The Mayor’s Telstra Innovation Awards are hotting up with a record 13 finalists named in Years 9 to 12 across multiple Sunshine

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