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COOLUM EDITION 246 (JUNE 19, 2024)

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👩‍🏫 FAREWELL MR RYAN 👩‍🎓

Today was Coolum State School Principal Mr Anthony Ryan’s last day. Details from the school below 👇

“After four years of leading our school, and entertaining us with his many colours and costumes, we said farewell to Mr Ryan at our whole school parade this morning.

Mr Ryan was presented with Lifetime Membership from our P&C in recognition to his outstanding contribution to our school community.

Mr Ryan, we wish you all the best on your next adventure, and we look forward to you coming back every now and then to say "hello hello". Thank you!”

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⭐️🌙 WINTER SOLSTICE TODAY 🌙 ⭐️

Great information below from the Bureau of Meteorology 👇

▪️”We have just had our longest night of the year, and today is the shortest day.

⏰ The further south that you live in Australia, the shorter your day today will be.

▪️Remember, it goes the other way in summer – Hobart gets longer summer days than any other capital city.”

🌙 With the solstice today that means that we will have summer back before you know it! ⭐️

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☢️ IS THE FUTURE NUCLEAR? ☢️

▪️There’s been quite a lot of talk recently about nuclear energy, especially from our Federal Minister, Ted O’Brien MP – Federal Member for Fairfax who is the opposition Minister for Climate & Energy.

▪️Yesterday the Federal LNP officially announced some details of their proposed future nuclear energy plans.

▪️What are your thoughts on nuclear energy? Let us know in the comments below 👇

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🚘PALMER WITHDRAWS CAR MUSEUM🚖

Thanks to Councillor Taylor Bunnag – Division 8, Sunshine Coast Regional Council for the below information 👇

BREAKING – Clive Palmer has withdrawn his application for the Palmer Motor Museum in Yaroomba. The application was to be considered at the ordinary meeting tomorrow.

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