Seniors Week 2015 is from 15-23 August and is a great opportunity for our Douglas Shire residents of all ages to join together and celebrate the valuable contribution our seniors make to our community.
Financial expert Roger Ward weighs in on how a plan by the big banks to limit the growth of the Sydney and Melbourne property boom could have disastrous implications for the Port Douglas and Cairns real estate markets.
Having just competed in the Carnivale Australian Yabusame Tournament placing 3rd overall and 1st for Australia, Sophie prepares for her next Port Douglas event the inaugural Beach Picnic Races to be held on the 8th August on Four Mile Beach.
While the Forensic Crash Unit continue to investigate a serious traffic crash that occurred on Mowbray River Road on the 5th July, nine days later another serious crash occurred on the same stretch of road.
The Honourable Curtis Pitt MP Treasurer, Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships handed down the Palaszczuk Government’s first State Budget forecasting a $6.9 billion in surpluses over the next four years.
After fighting off a shark while competing in the World Surf League final in South Africa the ‘Mick Fanning’ brand has gone up considerably and he may be fighting off more sharks than he bargained for.
Channel 10s popular MasterChef Australia program took on a 60s look earlier this week when the wannabe chefs were forced to respond to masterchef Marco Pierre White in a way disciplinarians of the day demanded of their pupils.
The endangered Southern Cassowary is one of the most recognisable icons of the Wet Tropics region and is considered a ‘keystone’ species for their role in dispersing rainforest seeds and maintaining biodiversity.
Since 27th June, Port Douglas has hosted the world’s largest inflatable water slide at three stories high, 54 metres long with three slide chute options in Reynolds Park, and it certainly is hard to miss.