Kelsey Heuir, who participated in last year’s Deb Of The Year event, decided to continue the tradition her family has upheld. “My sister, my mum and my aunties have all made their debut and enjoyed their experience.”
When Pat Smiley listened to her hairdresser talk about her belly dancing class she was intrigued. As a rather mature woman, the balance of fun, dancing and not-too-strenuous exercise appealed to me,” Pat says.
Wishing our young families much happiness as they welcome their little bundles of joy into their lives.
As a medical anthropologist, I work for universities and international development agencies analysing the social processes that influence people’s health.
I just feel so grateful that amongst the turmoil of living with a chronically ill child, my family gets to experience the excitement that comes with publishing a book and leaving a legacy.
My business, EarthCheck, works with businesses and communities in over 70 countries to reduce their environmental footprint and to plan for a more sustainable future tourism industry.
My time in Townsville taught me to create my own opportunities. Living in a regional area gives you the freedom and lifestyle to experiment.
With the sports drop-off schedule running seven days a week, there’s no day off from being mum’s taxi for Tracey McCarron.