New and innovative business ideas are hard to find but they’re not all taken…yet! DUO chatted with a local couple who snapped up a social media trend and made it their own; without quitting their day jobs!
The community and the vibe of Townsville when I was growing up there was very open and freeing. I hung out with lots of different groups, one being Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, who I attribute a lot of my sense of humour to.
I grew up and went to school in Townsville and made the difficult decision to move south in 2009. I have fond memories of the many camping trips and adventures exploring the beaches, creeks and National Parks.
All of us here at DUO Magazine are delighted to introduce you to these newest members of our community.
Sharon Pozzebon recalls one of her funniest moments was when she and a colleague were dancing to Beyoncé in the shop and having a customer catch them out.
Brian Lane is still mad about jazz and wore a sequined vest adorned with musical instruments to his 80th birthday party recently.
It was in Mt Morgan that Les Morgan met Pat Morgan, his wife-to-be. “I was a child bride,” jokes Pat, who is seven years younger than her beau.
When Jean Paterson was awarded an Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for her services to youth through the Girl Guides, her family couldn’t have been more proud.