DOUGLASNEWS.NETWORK Local legends will be celebrated at tomorrow’s Australia Day Awards across seven categories recognising…
Jayne caught up with Bec and Bennett, whose vibrant new business on Macrossan Street is changing the way we wake up in the morning, or recover from a walk around the headland. Hello healthy acai bowls, fresh juices and smoothies!
TALENTED Indigenous Musical Theatre Performer Lorinda May Merrypor from The Sapphire’s theatre show stopped by Mossman last week and spoke to Douglas Shire Council as part of her “Let’s Connect” tour.
Oaks Kitchen & Garden is one of the Douglas Shire’s hidden foodie gems, a gracefully understated mecca of Southeast Asian cookery and a lush abundance of tropical ingredients. Ben Wallace and Rachel Boon are the talented and passionate couple behind Oaks, an outdoor cooking school experience at the heart of which is a lusciously abundant Southeast Asian garden located on the hill side of Oak Beach just south of Port Douglas.
DouglasNews.Network has contacted each of the eight candidates for the Cook electorate, to obtain a deeper insight into their values, interests, and their priorities for the Douglas Shire and broader electorate. Deby Ruddell, candidate for the Greens, chatted with us first, and was not able to attend yesterday’s Douglas Shire Ratepayers Association forum, so we’ll kick off with an introduction to Deby today.
John Rumney, a true hero and champion of the Great Barrier Reef has passed away peacefully.
Enjoy a creative meander with Tina Gonsalves, of Artist Houses who, when not travelling most of the year with her family, calls the Esplanade in Wonga Beach home. 2020 has been an exceptional year for this travelling family….
Everything Flows to the Sea’, was written by Caitlin O’Neil and illustrated by fellow Mossman High student, Alyssa Jackson. Together, the students have created an engaging and beautiful little book that traces the journey of a plastic straw to the ocean…
Mossman Support Services recently welcomed a new manager Heather Taylor on board. Enjoy today’s chat with Heather, and catch up with the latest happenings at your local community centre.
Heather joined the team in March, and little more than a week later, COVID-19 forced the closure of the Centre at a time when community needs remained high, and grew even more.
One local woman’s life story inspires us to make a difference towards waste-free living. Carmel Hatfield speaks with DouglasNews.Network about her journey towards a sustainable life.