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11-Course Degustation Menu for Two ($45) or Four People ($89) at Yum Cha Cuisine, Robina (Up to $190 Value)

Choose from ten Yum Cha savoury dishes and one dessert of the day, feast on a se...

$45

Full Set of Silk or Synthetic Eyelash Extensions ($49) or $59 to Add Inifill at Chevron Beauty Bar (Up to $155 Value)

Enhance natural eye features with no need to apply make-up with these natural or...

$49

Chinese Feast with Specialty Dumplings for Two ($39) or Four People ($39) at Dumpling Republic (Up to $170.20 Value)

Up to four can savour a curated selection of dumplings accompanied by a host of ...

$39

18 Holes of Mini Golf for One ($4), Two ($8) or Four People ($16) at Deception Bay Driving Range (Up to $32 Value)

Up to four guests can challenge the rewarding course and enjoy 18 holes of mini ...

$4

Cabaret Show Super Special with a Three-Course Dinner on Tue-Fri for Up to Ten at Draculas (Up to $1,050 Value)

Get in the spooky mood and feast on three courses while watching a cabaret show ...

$66

Asian Buffet with Drinks for 2 ($44) or 6 People ($120) at Four Points By Sheraton Brisbane Dining (Up to $264 Value)

Feast on this Asian dinner buffet with a group of up to five friends and enjoy a...

$44

7D Cinema: Three Entries for a Child ($15), Adult ($18) or Family ($57) to Redcliffe Dimensions (Up to $110 Value)

Adults and children can enjoy this 7D cinema experience with moving seats and we...

$5

Entry for Adult and Child Under ($5) or Over ($15) 5 Years of Age or Family Pass ($40) to JumpIn4Fun (Up to $57.6 Value)

Keep the kids entertained in an indoor play centre full of obstacle courses, inf...

$5


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News

View from 35,000km exposes Cyclone Debbie's force of nature

Zoom out 35,000 kilometres, and you can see why Cyclone Debbie continues to wreak havoc on the people of Queensland.



Grant Kenny calls for more prestige and fewer competitors at the Aussies

One of Australia's greatest ironmen, Grant Kenny, believes the iconic Aussies surf life saving championships have lost their way.



How we can design cyclone-proof cities and towns

Cities would suffer much less damage and avoid huge financial losses if we designed them to cope with the effects of cyclones, writes design expert Rob Roggema from UTS.



Productivity Commission recommends a wide slash of farm red tape to cut costs

The Productivity Commission releases range of sweeping recommendations to cut the costs of regulation in agriculture.



'It's not safe anymore, let's escape'

Airlie Beach resident Juliane Kasiske had to seek refuge with neighbours after Cyclone Debbie popped out windows and walls in her home.

Grocery prices will rise across Australia because of Cyclone Debbie. Here's what is affected

As farmers start to assess the damage from Cyclone Debbie, shoppers are also expected to see some fruit and vegetables rise in price.