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Travel & Adventure - Taste of the Tropics - Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin
Wednesday, 13 April 2011 (1868 reads)


The natural beauty of the tropics is an obvious drawcard for North Queensland, but Townsville's putting visitors' tastebuds first.

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Giving her Time - Townsville Bulletin
Wednesday, 13 April 2011 (1434 reads)


A chance trip to Vietnam last year inspired young Australian Shannon Lawrence to volunteer in the Christina Noble Children's Foundation Orphanage.

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Kicking back in Townsville - Sunshine Coast Daily
Wednesday, 13 April 2011 (1311 reads)


In Townsville Shirley Sinclair pays a visit to an old friend and finds her full of the very best surprises.

She doesn't look her age and stays young by reinventing herself. North Queensland looks to her to set the pace and develop new trends. But she is still conservative at heart and stays true to herself. She offers the best of both worlds: a good-time girl with all the vibrancy and multicultural charm of a big city, but the type of lady you can relax and settle down with.

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Fantasea supports climate project
Friday, 12 October 2007 (1400 reads)


Fantasea Marine Research Co-ordinator, Emily Smart, was recently selected to attend The Climate Project in Melbourne, where Al Gore trained around 170 people to become climate messengers. The attendees were selected from many applicants Australia-wide, and were provided with this training at no cost, however they have agreed to conduct at least 10 presentations over the next 12 months. The presentation is the one which Al Gore presents world-wide and parts of this can be seen on the movie An Inconvenient Truth.

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