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Parent group rises from Easter hunt

Parent-group-rises-from-easter-hunt-10Story and photos supplied

A parents group has risen from a Cherbourg Easter egg hunt recently.

Lesley Bell and Dennis Broom held the event at the Ration Shed Museum and were joined by 19 parents and a tonne of kids.

The children handed sandwiches around to adults and took part in an emu parade at the end of the event to leave the grounds...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 19 April 2013 11:11

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Supafest 4 hitting our shores over ANZAC Long Weekend

DSC02292Story and photos by Mark Graham

The last 3 years of Supafest have been some amazing times for myself as I get set to emabark on another trip to Brisbane for Supafest 4. Have seen and met some of the biggest names in the music industry on stage and have had the privilege of photographing, meeting some and interviewing them.

Just like a lot of concerts of late, Supafest have had their ups and downs with...

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 08 April 2013 13:49

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