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100 How to live to 100: tips from a QSuper member

QSuper member Joyce Sharman reveals her simple secrets for living a long, healthy life.

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World Teachers Day 2021 World Teachers' Day 2021 competition winners revealed

Celebrating Queensland teachers with the Biggest Thank You, this World Teachers’ Day.

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cardiac challenge cyclist Annie’s Army puts rubber to the road for cardiac care

Brothers unite in their mother’s memory, raising much needed funds for cardiac care in Far North Queensland.

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Maddison and Narelle Doctor guides nine-year-old patient through 700 days of treatment

Nine-year-old cancer survivor, Maddison, is setting her sights on returning to school full-time thanks in part to the support of her hospital super hero, paediatric surgical registrar Dr Narelle Lintern.

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Juiced TV Nurse navigates course for family after horse riding fall

Nurse navigator Kate Trenoweth has been the shining light for a Kingaroy family following their eight-year-old’s critical horse-riding incident.

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WOW Festival banner Bridging gaps for women through financial empowerment

Our Member Education Officer has shared some of her insights from her involvement in this year’s Women of the World Festival.

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Kids taking part in the QSuper reading challenge QSuper’s reading challenge: a window to adventure and prizes

Students urged to name their favourite books in the QSuper Top 5 Book Challenge, part of the Premier’s Reading Challenge.

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NAIDOC-Week 2021 Banner NAIDOC Week call to heal country

This National NAIDOC Week, Australians are called upon to help heal the country through the protection of Indigenous heritage.

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qsuper darkness to daylight Stepping out to put domestic and family violence in the spotlight

QSuper’s commitment to community stepped up with 50 team members walking 110 kilometres to support domestic and family violence prevention.

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RFDS training Medical stars shine in elusive RFDS training program

An experienced nurse with a diverse career, flight nurse, Bill Cater, shares how the Royal Flying Doctor Service (Queensland Section) Specialised Training in Aeromedical Retrieval (STAR) program was his next challenge.

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