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From $89 for a Six-Week Weight Management Program with 6 Week Slim (Up to $169 Value)

Help to manage your weight and achieve your goals with a six-week program that i...


High Tea for Two ($39) or Four People ($78) at The Coffee and Tea Factory, Gold Coast (Up to $150 Value)

Crook your pinky finger and enjoy an afternoon of high tea with an assortment of...


Jet Flight Simulator for 30 ($59), 60 ($89) or 90 Minutes ($129) at Jet Flight Simulator Experience (Up to $219 Value)

Soar high to and from your choice of over 22,000 airports in any weather conditi...


Byron Bay: Two or Three-Night Holiday Park Stay with Sparkling Wine, Late Checkout, and Go Kart Hire at Discovery Parks

Just two kilometres from Byron Bay town centre Start the holiday right with...


Sydney Harbour: Overnight Tall Ship Cruise with Dinner, Drinks, and a Tour of Goat Island with Soren Larsen by Night

Opt to enjoy a two or three-hour dinner and drinks cruise to kick off your ev...


Europe: From $4,999 Plus €30 Tour Guide Tip Per Person for an 18-Day Sightseeing Tour with Holiday XP Doncaster

Enjoy 18 days of exploring - take in the historical and cultural sights, soun...


China: $999 Per Person for an Eight-Day Beijing-Shanghai Tour and Flights with Intertrips (+$8 USD Daily PP Tipping Fee)

Immerse yourself in Chinese history and culture with a tour through two of it...



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Late winter rain fills gaps for Queensland farmers

After years of drought, winter rain is starting to fill in gaps for Queensland farmers.

Surf life savers ride wave of new technology on Gold Coast

Gold Coast surf life savers are embracing new technology to keep the beaches safe this summer.

Veterans help youths on character-building course

An Australian-first program is using retired veterans to make a difference in the lives of "average" youths who lack confidence, obedience and respect, but aren't "off the rails".

Sugar marketing debate heats up at Productivity Commission hearings

Queensland's sugar marketing debate takes centre stage at Productivity Commission hearings in Brisbane this week.

Giving the bargain bin a second chance at life as art

National Op Shop Week celebrates the way Australians "pop in for a quick look" at op shops across the country searching for a bargain or two. In Bundaberg an exhibition has brought to light op shop finds that have been given an entirely new life.

Woorabinda Red Cross honours veteran broadcaster Bill Thaiday

The wife of veteran broadcaster Bill Thaiday has delivered a moving speech to the Woorabinda community.