■ AT NINE years of age, Taylor Unold decided to pursue the idea of growing his hair for a charitable cause. Three years later, he’s undergone the chop.
GREAT job, buddy. You should be so proud. — Kaylah Adams
CONGRATULATIONS Taylor, while it’s easy to grow the hair, lots of people took a long time to understand (when they didn't know your plan). Good job. You can be proud of your achievement. We are. — Trudence Blank
YOU’RE a legend Taylor. — Kim Newey
■ GRANITE Belt Chaplaincy services are seen by many in the community as an important investment in the next generation and now chaplains need support to fund service which helps many students.
CHAPPIES don't provide religious instruction. They are not permitted to provide religious instruction. What they do provide is important support to children in need. They provide support programs, services ( such as running brekky club) and a safe haven. They are a valuable and valued member of the school community. — Terri McMeniman
PLEASE everyone support them. — Susan O’Flanagan
■ STANTHORPE can now boast the oldest living Queenslander. People were quick to share 110th birthday wishes for Phyllis Lee. HAPPY birthday Phyllis. You're a memorable lady. — Karen Houssenloge