Flip through Gladstone Lifestyle mag on our website

THE Observer's Gladstone Lifestyle magazine is now available as a flipbook on our website.

The August edition has loads of great local lifestyle stories, including a feature on the couple who created Harmony Farm, the jewel of the Boyne Valley.

We also have a chat with Queensland Symphony Orchestra conductor Guy Noble ahead of the orchestra's free Movie Masterpieces concert on Friday.

Rick and Kirsty Callander talk about making their dream a reality after opening the Tannum Sands Fit Life smoothie and snack bar.

Want to know how to get your home spick and span during your spring cleaning frenzy? The mag offers some great tips.

A mother and daughter share their story of how they teamed up to lose weight.

Kathy Stanley started her weight loss journey weighing 91.1kg, while her daughter Sandra was 131kg.

In our health and beauty section, you can find out the difference between cosmetics and cosmeceuticals, and check out some great products to give your feet a treat.

Discover how to say goodbye to dry winter skin, and try out a recipe for a DIY coffee scrub.

Naturopath Stacey Curcio offers advice on how to overcome stress.

There's loads more, including top tech gifts for dad ahead of Father's Day next month.

You can read the full magazine here.



Fire crews put out burning car at Shopping Centre

Fire crews put out burning car at Shopping Centre

A car has burst into flames at a shopping centre car park

Brief and precious years after father, son reunited

Brief and precious years after father, son reunited

Precious few years with dad remembered.

Jeremy Marou to headline Summer Surf Girl fundraiser

Jeremy Marou to headline Summer Surf Girl fundraiser

Money raised on Saturday night will support Tannum Sands SLSC.

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