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AIR­LIE BEACH BUILD­ING DE­STROYED BY FIRE

Dar­ri­anne McKen­zie:

Was won­der­ing where it was. Loved work­ing at the servo. That’s over 30 years ago. Marg Law­son:

That build­ing was one of the first busi­nesses that had started up in Air­lie. It was a servo and had the Air­lie Car­a­van Park – the park later be­came Whit­sun­day Wanderers Re­sort.

Now with a self­ish and cowardly act of van­dal­ism, a part of Air­lie Beach his­tory is gone. David John­son: Easy so­lu­tion, turn it into green space. Lea Se­comb:

That build­ing has been there since well be­fore we moved to Air­lie in the early 70s... Joanne Power:

End of an icon that truly was a part of the town.

NICK ‘HONEY BADGER’ CUM­MINS TOUCHES DOWN IN THE WHIT­SUN­DAYS

Eve­lyn Maltby: Make him feel that Whit­sun­day wel­come!

TRADIES LEFT OUT OF POCKET BY TOOLS THEFT

Kath Thom­son: Name and shame. Paul Welling­ton:

We don’t need thieves in this town.

HIS­TORIC TREES GIVEN RE­PRIEVE

Peter Clarke:

And hav­ing a few porta-loo’s in­stalled to cover the block of toi­lets shut down for six months... Now, on to the gate in­stalled at Fun­nel Bay.

WHERE YOU’LL FIND AUS­TRALIA’S BEST PIZZA

Randi Wan­ner Adams:

10 plus years on and I still talk about Bea­gles Pizza be­ing my all-time fave.

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