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IN Noosa Magazine Winter 2019

This season’s issue #20

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Pete Goodlet is a local artist and landscape designer who has, as we mention early in the podcast you’re about to hear, many strings to his bow. He grew up with eight siblings in Ivanhoe, Victoria and in this pod we talk about working with

It’s not every day that you get to sit down and have a conversation with the general manager of one of Noosa’s top restaurants. In this podcast I speak with David Jouy from Rickys River Bar and Restaurant. We cover David’s hospitality journey from France to

Have you ever had one of those life-changing moments, a chance-meeting perhaps, where for whatever reason, there was a moment of clarity and certainty? John Caruso meets a Noosaville local who’s changing the lives of kids, here, and on the other side of the world. Gravelly-voiced

Talking real estate is always popular, the last time we spoke to Adrian Reed from Reed & Co Real Estate Noosa, it was one of our most listened to podcasts. Since then, we’ve had a few different factors and events that may have had an

You might recognise the name Tim Loydell from his time in Brisbane band The Deckchairs. In this podcast we talk about his involvement in that ‘lifestyle’ band, hitchhiking as a solo musician across Australia, settling a rough crowd in a Western Australian pub by playing Waltzing

Statistically, 50% of couples, whether they’re in a marriage or a de facto relationship, separate every seven years and those figures have been like that for a long time now. In today’s podcast, we talk to Kristy Perdriau, a divorce and separation strategist from DIV eX,

Oz Bayldon is a rare bread. He’s a world record holder for a number of unique gigs, like the highest concert on land which happened in Nepal and he’s working on a few other record-breaking plans, including the longest performance down the Amazon River in

The popularity of craft beer has risen sharply around the world in the last decade and when talking to local brewers here in Australia, they’ll tell you that converting consumers from traditional, heritage beers and breweries to something new with a fancy label or can

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