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"Just step right off the beach into the waters of the lagoon and you're there. Aroa Beach is in the..."
"Let's hope so! It has become quite a problem, as Cruise Maroochy notes "
"A work colleague and friend messaged me this morning. He read the article and is planning to contact..."
"I'm sure you all will enjoy it and probably for different reasons individually. Have fun! "
"Thanks Julie. Fixed now. Would love to do a story soon on the Real Food Festival. Cheers Shirley"
"Yes, I suspected that. The only optionals I really want to do involve experiences such as the gardens..."
"Hahaha. yes, I had heard that about the castles and churches. and there does seem to be a few on the..."
"That all sounds wonderful! We're actually in Montmartre for two nights and walking from Sacre Coeur to..."
Shirley Sinclair is community engagement editor at Sunshine Coast Newspapers, often moonlighting as weekend editor, features/travel writer and intern co-ordinator. She has been a full-time working journalist since 1983, when she began as a cadet with the South Burnett Times in Kingaroy. Later, she spent just over a year in features at the Gold Coast Bulletin before putting down roots on the Sunshine Coast. She has held various reporting, editing, designing and newsroom management roles since joining the Sunshine Coast Daily newsroom in 1985. Shirley enjoys helping writers improve their style and further their careers (she has tutored journalism part-time at the University of the Sunshine Coast for a decade, mentors Daily reporters and supervises journalism students from southeast Queensland universities doing work experience in the newsroom). As well as her grown-up family, her passions are travel (she is a writer member of the Australian Society of Travel Writers), music, sport and enjoying the Coast lifestyle. Her greatest joy is helping give people a voice – be that community groups, journalism students, theatre groups, musicians, artists and ordinary people doing extraordinary things.