Meg and Ollie Clothier are back in SA due to COVID-19 concerns, but they insist it is not the end of the journey.
Amid a climate of cancellation, the Channel Country Ladies Day has bravely announced it is once again rescheduling its much-loved weekend of pampering, inspiration and relaxation.
It is said that love endures through every circumstance and this has never been more true than right now.
There's nothing more reassuring in times of stress than to give a big soft teddy bear a squeeze, and Australia's outback teddy capital is excited to be involved in a global movement bringing a smile to millions of families in coronavirus-induced isolation.
Lea Ahearn didn't ever think that one-day she would need support through the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
It took a few winches, a number of tugs and plenty of deep breaths, but the third aircraft attraction at the Qantas Founders Museum has been moved to its permanent display position under the recently completed airpark roof in Longreach.
She's largely unfunded but Kerri Brennan has just undertaken a mammoth trip through western and southern Queensland on her own time to share knowledge learnt from her Buy From the Bush Queensland initiative.
Over 600 current and former St Margaret's Anglican Girls School students and mothers were able to honour and celebrate 125 years of dedication to educating young women at a luncheon in Brisbane last Friday.
The proud ability that Queenslanders have always had for self-reliance was commemorated on Sunday with a unique ceremonial mounted parade.