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Paul Bird is afraid we need to talk about fear. Or rather the current abundance of it. We seem to be suffering from an Aussie epidemic of fear which is having both expected and unexpected impacts. It is fat times in the business of fear. This

Opals Down Under has steered the opal industry on the Sunshine Coast since 1985. Speaking with master artisan Scott Coggan, Georgia Beard reveals the secrets of opal artistry from the outback opal fields to the showroom, just off the Bruce Highway.  When Scott Coggan holds an

There is an emerging rap superstar that’s about to put K-Town in the spotlight. Carlie Wacker meets an artist with a heart as big as his talent. Say hello to Jye Napier.  I grew up listening to TLC, Snoop and Salt’n’Pepa - hip hop remains my

There’s a sport that’s not as embedded as deep into Aussie culture as ‘the footy’ or cricket, yet major league American clubs are instantly recognisable global brands - you know what sport the New York Yankees, White Sox and the LA Dodgers play without anyone

Finding connection and being vulnerable isn’t common in male culture, but Jesse Malthouse is creating a space for men to share their struggles. Georgia Beard discovers how his fitness program, The Boys Social Collective, challenges what it means to be masculine. Domineering, aggressive, unbreakable. These are

Since opening Manawee Garden Centre over 30 years ago, nothing gives Marjorie Van Roy greater joy than inspiring someone’s passion for planting, as Georgia Beard discovers. Name Marjorie Van Roy  Business Manawee Garden Centre How and when was your business born?  My husband Hans and I initially had a

As podcasts grow in popularity, stories are shared on an inspiring scale. Georgia Beard reveals how our podcast connects communities by exploring the lives of everyday people and well-known neighbours. As the growth of on-demand streaming services increases, people want to consume what they listen to

He lives and loves Mooloolaba, however it is Philip Hart’s unwavering entrepreneurial spirit and insatiable thirst for business diversity that comes as a surprise. Helen Flanagan had a heart to Hart.  The world was undoubtedly Philip Hart’s oyster, when he established a catering and wine company

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