Insecurities stripped bare through art

ERIN SEMMLER Jesse Donoghue opens the door to a room filled with more than 50 artists. She walks up to the platform, drops her robe and holds her pose.  This is the first time Jesse has life modelled. She had recently separated from her abusive … [Read more...]

Disability activist inspires change

ISABELLA NEAL “You can’t, you won’t, you will never...” These are words that Amy Tobin has heard ever since she was diagnosed with spastic quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy at a mere five days old before suffering a secondary brain hemorrhage. Now, at … [Read more...]

Paid parking affects Burleigh businesses

JAMIE-LEE ROWLEY On March 27, stage two of the Burleigh Heads ParkInCentre Scheme was introduced to manage high demand for parking. Local retail business owners are finding customers are less inclined to peruse stores, as time is a key … [Read more...]