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Have you ever met a passionate property expert and car enthusiast who wants to come back singing and dancing on stage in her next life? Read on. Words by John Caruso. Pip Covell is a force of nature. Her energy is infectious, and she has a

Pip Covell is the dynamic and charismatic leader of Sunshine Beach Real Estate! Pip's infectious energy and passion for her work have made her a household name in the local industry. With a career spanning over three decades, she has built a reputation for sound business

Join me as I sit down with Rio Capurso from ⁠Locale⁠, one of Noosa's most beloved restaurants. From Puglia, Italy to the picturesque Greek Islands and the bustling streets of London, Rio's journey is a great tale. In this episode, we'll delve into how one

Join us as we delve into the remarkable story of ⁠Bella Venezia⁠, a Sunshine Coast institution that has transformed during its almost forty-year history into the gastronomic haven it is today. We’ll sit down with co-owner Todd Young to uncover the secrets behind its enduring

Ever wondered how someone from a laid-back place like the Sunshine Coast ends up working on some of the biggest reality TV shows? Shows like ⁠Survivor⁠ and ⁠The Apprentice⁠? Today, we meet Dan Munday and he’ll talk us through his incredible career path, taking us

Today we're joined by two distinguished guests, ⁠Travis Shultz⁠, and Jane Ferrari. Travis, a respected local lawyer with a deep-seated passion for fine wines, began his journey in the world of wine as a writer many years ago. Jane, on the other hand, is a

Welcome to a special episode of our podcast, Everyone Has a Story, today featuring Hedley Thomas, multi-Walkley Award winner, investigative journalist, and creator of the most listened-to crime podcast in the world, ⁠The Teacher’s Pet⁠. This episode was recorded in front of a live audience at

John Caruso meets a local who’s devoted her life to pursuing a childhood dream of helping the community and supporting kids who dream big. Banks always held an air of mystery for Kerryn Vincart when she was younger. Maybe it was the grand, ornate buildings or