There are so many volunteers in our community who give generously of their time and hearts to worthy causes. They say that in helping others, they too are uplifted and it’s a win-win for everyone.
“When you first start beekeeping you think the honey might be enough to supply your own table and support some family and friends… Wrong! The amount of honey will be much more than you expect.” Steve Kernosvski
Tennis Townsville can now officially lay claim to being the best tennis club in Queensland after taking out Club of the Year at the 2016 Queensland Tennis Awards.
So much talent, so little space to feature them all… that’s why we’re continuing our series on what former Townsville stars-in-the-making are up to now. Make sure you give us a call at DUO if you know someone we should be catching up with.
As the longest-serving member of the Townsville Picnic Bay Surf Life Saving Club, 86-year-old Jack Paterson has plenty of fond memories.
Movie goers around Australia following the build-up of the December 1 Australian release of the crowd-funded movie, The Legend of Ben Hall, will likely be aware the film was shown at this year’s Cannes Film Festival to critical acclaim.
Living proof that you can’t keep a good cause down, the Townsville Picnic Bay Surf Life Saving Club has survived wars and cyclones to keep serving the community.