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Two feisty Noosa businesswomen are taking up the challenge of a 30 km Coastrek from Mudjimba Beach to Noosa Woods in support of the Fred Hollows Foundation.
With no previous experience, they've trained hard for 3 months and are very determined to complete the course. Hear how they wll join over 1,000 others (some of whom will have walked 60 km from Currimundi Beach) all finally converging on Noosa Woods on
26 July 2019. Be there and join in!
They popped into NOOSA FM during Debbie Noyek's regular Sunday Easy Street show, to invite our listeners to support them in their quest to support the Fred Hollows Foundation.
The Natural Culture have taken the time to pop into NOOSA FM to discuss their music and current tour with John Shaw on 'It's Global'. The award winning group's 'A Bag of Apples and a Six Pack' tour will take in coastal centers from Brisbane through to Airlie Beach.
Image courtesy: thenaturalculture.com
Despite the precipitation that arrived later in the morning, spirits remained high as the 350 plus riders taking part in this years Distinguished Gentleman's Ride set off on their 18k course via Noosa's iconic Hastings Street in support of Prostate Cancer and Men's Mental Health.
The event was very well organised and ran smoothly thanks to a dedicated team of volunteers headed up by their tireless coordinator Cameron MacGowan. Records numbers where achieved in both attendance and funds raised on the Sunshine Coast.
For more details, check out Debbie Noyek's second interview with Cameron MacGowan below.
Photos courtesy: Brent Harvey
Helen Cooke and assistant 'Scooby'. (Inset) left: Meredith Walker, right: Dave Johnston.
Helen Cooke (above) was recently interviewed by Mike Scott on Monday Morning's with Scotty. The main topic of conversation was the Sunshine Coast Reconciliation Group’s up-coming 'Shared History' seminar: Archaeology – Adding to Australia’s First Nation’s Stories, to be held on Thursday, 2 August. Attendees are set to be taken on a unique journey exploring how Australian archaeology has the opportunity to develop the foundations for a shared identity.
Event co-organisers Meredith Walker and Helen Cooke said Aboriginal Australians of our First Nations were not actively involved in the early research and excavations in Australia, but now Traditional Owners are encouraged to be involved in all aspects of fieldwork on Indigenous sites, more engaged in researching their community and completing degrees in archaeology.
“Our keynote speaker for this event, Dave Johnston is a trailblazer in this field being the first Indigenous Australian to gain a degree in archaeology and having worked on more than 2,000 heritage projects across eastern Australia,” said Ms Cooke.
“He is recognised as a world leader in the field of Australian Indigenous archaeology, has been instrumental in the development of the Australian Government’s guidelines for Indigenous heritage and has developed a code of ethics for the World Archaeological Congress.”
The 'Our Shared History' seminar: Archaeology – Adding to Australia’s First Nation’s Stories will be held on:
Thursday, 2 August - 9.00 am to 2.30 pm
Secondary Lecture Theatre
Matthew Finders Anglican College
1-47 Stringybark Road, Buderim
To find out more visit https://exploringarchaeology.eventbrite.com.au
or contact Meredith Walker on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0425 257 999.
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