“My goodness.” “Oh, that’s beautiful.” The reactions of the elderly as they are taken on a journey to tick off some of their unfulfilled dreams are priceless.
“DOWN, get down.” I remember police screaming across at waiting media as a gunman emerged like it was yesterday.
IT’S the photo every whale watcher dreams of. A whale launches itself out of the water, right in front of your boat.
The Heart of Man is a raw, confronting movie that some people will absolutely hate.
his is one incredible camera – a device that in night shooting mode literally sucks every bit of light out of a scene to produce more than the eye can see.
IT'S the phone call a cheating husband or partner must dread. For Shack author William Paul Young it became the start of a long, tumultuous pathway to healing.
IT’S a nation that is 373 times smaller in size than Australia, but when Israel’s ambassador turns up, everyone knows it.
FRANK Shipp, the Sunshine Coast’s king of the birds, admits he is a bit of a ‘compulsive obsessive’.
THE face of Sydney's iconic Lunar Park is expected to change about 27,000 times during the next 23 nights.
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.