on Wednesday June 20th, 2012 at 08:39 AM
Want to harness the power of forgiveness in a fast-paced, page-turning novel?
One that has murder, mayhem and monologues? Family secrets and redemption?
Enter the world of Happenchance with Walt Lewis debut novel.
This family story of forgiveness and redemption is interwoven with the life-altering experiences of a retired police captain. . . a missing heirloom from a nearby estate . . . and a murder that just might be related.
Best of all, Happenchance illustrates how you can bring the...
on Thursday June 14th, 2012 at 08:17 AM
There are big changes in our backyard. Vicky our Mummy magpie for 11 years, suddenly gave up her nest to a newcomer.
Vicky, her mate Bertie and their two girls hung out with this newcomer for a few days. We thought the newcomer was a visiting guest. Then Vicky stopped coming for a feed with Bertie and her girls Shelly & Nelly (BSN). BSN would come by themselves and Vicky would come just once a day, fairly late and leave quickly after eating only a small bit. readmore
on Tuesday June 5th, 2012 at 08:16 AM
By Gavin Miles from Bats Qld
In recent months there has been a spate of deliberate acts of cruelty towards bats on the Gold Coast. These acts seem to have coincided with the sensationalised articles from our favourite fish wrap the Courier Mail and GC Bulletin.BatsQLD members were involved rescuing in two of these cases; Cherokee (Shot with a blow dart) and Peter Sterling (Shot with a .177 calibre air rifle). readmore
on Tuesday May 8th, 2012 at 05:30 AM
by Nora Kennedy
Barbara Hegge is a dear friend who lives in Brisbane on a property with a beautiful lake which is home to many magnificent water birds.
The birds frequent Barbara's yard regularly.readmore
on Saturday April 28th, 2012 at 02:22 PM
by Gabi Friebe from Long Grass Wildlife Refuge and Bats Qld
Tulip was an orphaned baby rescued from Esk. I got the call late afternoon and went to check. I saw the mother high up in a tree looking down and the baby was just hysterical. Seemed like a perfect reunite so I fed the baby, gave it a mumma roll tied to a branch where the mum could easily land and as I was on the way to Long Grass decided to leave the two to get together after dusk. The baby was calm by this stage and there was a...
on Wednesday April 18th, 2012 at 06:03 AM
Like it or not, we are all rapidly going global, and you MUST know how dramatically this will affect our economy, your life, your family, perhaps your work.Order the fascinating new book Being Global today during the official launch and youll get hundreds of dollars worth of free gifts with it!This is not just a book for business people. Its a book that will fascinate everyone whether youre working in a job that might be affected by globalization, or simply want to know more about the...
on Sunday April 8th, 2012 at 11:18 AM
Peacocks and peahens prance about the Ranthambore National Forest enjoying the food found in the scrub especially near the lakes. Only a tiny hint of the splendid terracotta underfeathers from the side (see pics at bottom for a view of the magnificent plumage).
A bird cools his feet in the in the shallow edged of the lake. His famous tail feathers are tightly folded behind him, disguising its size and splendour. readmore
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