The 103rd year of Mackay’s popular Amateurs Races continued the tradition of celebrating another outstanding day of racing, beautiful fashions and entertainment.
Residents of The Women’s College within the University of Queensland enjoy academic advantages, a sense of sisterhood and a wide variety of extracurricular activities.
For motorsport athlete Madison Dunston, being a SuperUte competitor in a cut-throat race is the ultimate day at work.
Madison O’Shea is a Cosplay enthusiast, or, as is known among her community, a Cosplayer. It’s a performance art that is about dressing in costume, using your creativity, and having fun.
Being diagnosed with breast cancer is a tough knock, but there’s a silver lining in the form of the love shown by family and friends determined to ease the blow.
A fundraiser not just for the young and young at heart, but all businesses, schools, community groups and individuals are encouraged to purchase a set of Bandi Bear ears, host a morning tea or arrange a free dress day in order to raise funds that will remain 100% local.
“How did your time in Townsville set you up for success? I had plenty of practice doing Emergency Broadcasting with cyclones and flooding in Townsville and North Queensland!”
“My motto is live for today as you never know what tomorrow will bring.”