Save our Heritage
Yandina School of Arts circa 1920

Save our Heritage

Protecting our local heritage has emerged as one of the key issues in the Yandina community. In the lead up to the recent Council elections, Division 10 candidates expressed support…

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Yandina   Standing Apart   Staying Together
Reverend David Tidey, Yandina Baptist Minister

Yandina Standing Apart Staying Together

As Yandina celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2020, the most extraordinary chapter of our community’s history is being written daily as we all face the challenges of COVID-19. YADCA is…

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It’s Official
New Division 10 Councillor David Law

It’s Official

David Law is Division 10 Councillor   The vote count for Division 10 has been finalised and David Law has been declared the clear winner. He said he’d been cautiously…

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Yandina’s Road Name Origins
Photo courtesy of Blue Tongue Helicopter service, 2018

Yandina’s Road Name Origins

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Ever wondered about the names of Yandina’s streets and roads? Detailed information is available in The History & Origins of the Streets & Roads of Yandina & District (first printed…

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Council to Proceed with Heritage Changes
Yandina School of Arts

Council to Proceed with Heritage Changes

Sunshine Coast Council is proceeding with a proposed planning scheme amendment that could affect dozens of local heritage buildings and sites, including the Yandina School of Arts (pictured). Last year…

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Sheddies
‘Sheddies’, from left: John Wattis, Ken Warn, Mike Butcher, Ian Munro.

Sheddies

The motto of the men’s shed movement is: Shoulder to Shoulder.  It comes from the observation that men are more inclined to talk as they work together, side by side.…

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