March 2021 Classifieds

Looking For Love A spry 83 year old gentleman and (recent) widower is looking for 20-something blonde cultured lady for youth rediscovery. No widgies. RSVP @harold_kuiper_38 Looking for experienced lover to induct a perky 24 year-old geriatric nurse into the ways of love. No one under 75 need apply. I can get a pump fromContinue reading “March 2021 Classifieds”

Big Curlew gains traction

By Paolo Zupp. The Trinity Beach community is supporting the construction of a large statue of a bush stone curlew proposed for the northern end of the esplanade. A Go-Fund-Me campaign has raised in excess of $300,000 in eight days, and the project was allegedly discussed at a Cairns Regional Council cocktail party at theContinue reading “Big Curlew gains traction”

Blue Moon gone forever

By Murray Murchison. Restaurants open and close in Trinity Beach. The swings and roundabouts of cyclones, climate change and pandemics combined with the see-sawing of capricious dining preferences, the laughing-clown social-media influencers and the house of mirrors of digital life add up to a fairground of despair. We have seen them come and go. Atlantis,Continue reading “Blue Moon gone forever”

New graffiti talent emerges

By Paolo Zupp. Following the discovery of a suspected Banksy artwork in Trinity Beach over two years ago, there was some expectation that this would inspire local artists and lead to a revival of a time-honoured art-form. Until now this has not eventuated. But, this morning Trinity Beach residents were delighted to find a selectionContinue reading “New graffiti talent emerges”

Digger to visit the White House

By Allan Povah. North Queensland First Dog, Digger, has been invited to the White House for a bilateral play-date with Major Biden. It is expected that issues such as the vaccine rollout, the rise of China and schmackos will be high on the agenda. Following a month of preparation with the advance team, Digger isContinue reading “Digger to visit the White House”

Vaccine boutique to open at Amcal

By Paolo Zupp. The Amcal pharmacy at Campus shops in Smithfield have announced an ambitious plan to provide a bespoke vaccination boutique in the rollout of the COVID19 vaccines. Amcal pharmacist and casual virologist, Josh Brendixsen, is excited about the developments, which include a sensory deprivation room and a bocce arena. “We aim to provideContinue reading “Vaccine boutique to open at Amcal”

Michaelia Frost takes her father to court

By Kimberley Schloss Michaelia Frost, 37, of Freshwater is suing Ken Frost Homes Pty Ltd for royalties, back-pay and emotional trauma arising from her appearance in advertisements for the company over a 29 year period. The matter is being heard by Justice Reginald Houghton in Cairns District Court and pits Michaelia against her father, Ken,Continue reading “Michaelia Frost takes her father to court”