“Once dated B1 from the Bananas in Pyjamas hahahahaha. Biggest pleasure was meeting and chatting with, of all people, Tina Arena in a Qantas Club. She was engaging, extremely polite and just a very warm lady who was interested in my family.”
“Growing up in Townsville made me appreciate the value and importance of connections and relationships with others. People actually stop and take the time to say hello and talk to you and are genuinely interested in what you have to say.”
“The biggest influence in my life is my late brother who taught me to have dreams no matter what challenges you have in life.”
“My most memorable holiday was Mt Bulla, stranded on the top of the mountain with two little kids and having to be rescued on a ski-doo.”
“I’m an Executive Officer in a World Heritage Unit based in Cairns. Australia has 19 World Heritage areas and the Wet Tropics is one of those.”
Soon after celebrating her 23rd birthday, Kirsten Longworth had a stroke that would lay her low for six months. After learning to walk and talk again, she’s now living life to the fullest.
Andrew Pangrazio says one of his funniest moments was quite an adventure… after completing school, going on an around Australia trip with his best mate and getting stuck in Carnarvon for six months!
There was a great community of like-minded people I met through radio station 4TTT. We opened clubs, ran gigs and there was a great feeling around town. It was easy to start a band – we could rehearse every day and develop very quickly.