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Hilton Cairns has made a large donation of towels to homeless healthcare organisation Wheels of Wellness. IMAGE: Supplied.

Hilton donates to homeless healthcare organisation

HANNA SLOAN HILTON Cairns, through their Travel With Purpose initiative, has this week donated a large quantity of towels to Wheels of Wellness Homeless Healthcare. Wheels...
JCU researchers say species are facing extinction due to biased conservation efforts. IMAGE: Rafael Hoyos Weht.

Silent species face extinction

A NEW study warns bias towards popular animals in conservation research might see some important, but less spectacular, species suffer ‘silent extinctions’ as their plight goes unrecognised. 
G-Solar owner Grant Newman with Chrystal Roy and Steve Kuyl, winners of the G-Solar Star 102.7 Claw for Solar competition.

Cairns woman wins big with G-Solar

A WHITE Rock woman and her family have hit the jackpot after winning a $10,000 solar system from G-Solar & Electrical through Star 102.7’s Claw for Solar competition.
Almost 500 young people have been diverted away from the court system in the first year of Taskforce Guardian. IMAGE: QPS.

One year of youth crime taskforce

NORTH Queensland Police have today recognised the success of the rapid response team, Taskforce Guardian, dedicated to reducing youth crime in the state.
Former TAS school captain Myuri Gopalapillai has been awarded a prestigious scholarship. IMAGE: Myuri in 2023, left, and with Laura Gammie Johnston and Ava-Louise Bowes participating in the Ponytail Project in 2023. Supplied.

High school graduate awarded scholarship

TRINITY Anglican School's (TAS) 2023 year 12 graduate and school captain, Myuri Gopalapillai, has been awarded Queensland’s prestigious 2024 TJ Ryan Memorial Medal and Scholarship valued at $10,000. 
Cairns dance teacher Caitlin Sands has been recognised for her contributions to First Nations dance with a prestigious award.

Cairns dance teacher recognised on national stage

CAIRNS dance teacher Caitlin Sands has been recognised for her work with First Nations students, receiving the Regional, Remote and Rural Bursary and the Osmotherly Dance Educator Award 2024.
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