June 2016

Published a story 27th Jun 2016 11:46 AM

SAMSUNG’S entry level tablet, the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite, is one handy addition to your device line-up, particularly if you have kids in the house.

No-fuss Samsung tablet a winner for kids and commuters

SAMSUNG’S entry level tablet, the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite, is one handy addition to your device line-up, particularly if you have kids in the house.

Published a story 24th Jun 2016 10:03 PM

WITH a 23 megapixel camera and a 13 megapixel variation for selfies, Sony's new fast focus, Xperia X smartphone should be a hit with budding photographers.

Sony releases 23MP super fast X series phones

WITH a 23 megapixel camera and a 13 megapixel variation for selfies, Sony's new fast focus, Xperia X smartphone should be a hit with budding photographers.

Published a story 24th Jun 2016 8:57 AM

SNOW, glorious snow. Australia's southern ski slopes are getting plenty of it and there's still talk that New South Wales and Queensland could get a taste.

Snow, glorious snow: Ski resorts' glee at winter wonder

SNOW, glorious snow. Australia's southern ski slopes are getting plenty of it and there's still talk that New South Wales and Queensland could get a taste.

Published a story 23rd Jun 2016 8:56 AM

IMAGINE having your mum or grandmother falling and breaking bones because she doesn’t have someone to get her to the toilet.

Nursing home shame: Elderly left in their own waste

IMAGINE having your mum or grandmother falling and breaking bones because she doesn’t have someone to get her to the toilet.

Published a story 21st Jun 2016 3:47 PM

Shorter life expectancy, lack of access to education and bad roads are just some of the things people in our regions shouldn't have to accept.

Finally regions will get a Fair Go

Shorter life expectancy, lack of access to education and bad roads are just some of the things people in our regions shouldn't have to accept.

Published a story 20th Jun 2016 2:01 PM

LABOR’S fear campaign on Medicare underscores why voters are becoming increasingly cynical about the major political parties.

Medicare sell-off? Who do we believe on this one?

LABOR’S fear campaign on Medicare underscores why voters are becoming increasingly cynical about the major political parties.

Published a story 13th Jun 2016 3:51 PM

AS the didgeridoo sounds and Aboriginal stories are told, the search for the giants of the seas off Moreton Island becomes almost a spiritual experience.

With 25,000 whales going by, you're bound to see a few

AS the didgeridoo sounds and Aboriginal stories are told, the search for the giants of the seas off Moreton Island becomes almost a spiritual experience.

Published a story 6th Jun 2016 3:31 PM

ARE Australia’s Christian churches are on the brink of ‘complete strategic irrelevance’, as Greg Sheridan argued in the Australian on the weekend?

Still throwing Christians into the lion's den in 2016?

ARE Australia’s Christian churches are on the brink of ‘complete strategic irrelevance’, as Greg Sheridan argued in the Australian on the weekend?

Published a story 5th Jun 2016 6:55 AM

SEVERE weather warnings for NSW have been cancelled by the weather burea but flood warnings remain in place for many rivers across the state.

Houses, flats damaged by seas up to 12m around NSW

SEVERE weather warnings for NSW have been cancelled by the weather burea but flood warnings remain in place for many rivers across the state.

Published a story 4th Jun 2016 12:26 PM

QUEENSLAND motorists are copping some of the highest fuel prices in the country.

With fuel at $1.30 a litre, good time to stay home

QUEENSLAND motorists are copping some of the highest fuel prices in the country.

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Mark Furler is APN Australian Regional Media’s group digital editor. He’s an award-winning journalist who has lived and worked on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast for more than 25 years. He’s passionate about fighting for a better go for locals. His awards include APN Editor of the Year, and involvement in three PANPA Newspaper of the Year wins for the Sunshine Coast Daily.