Luciano Morselli (Lucky to his friends), the owner of Brisbane’s well-known Italian restaurant Lucky’s Trattoria, worked hard all his life. When retirement hit in 2010 and he hung up his chef’s apron, he sought something to do.
AT the age of 92 Harold Harding believes he has finally done the right thing by his brother Alfred. He has seen that Alfred not only has a headstone marking his grave, but has also been recognised for an extraordinary act of bravery that cost him his life 86 years ago, at the age of 21.
Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is all about raising money for Cancer Council Australia. And, of course, it’s not restricted to women! This year the event celebrates 20 years of morning teas, raising an incredible $110 million.
A BRISBANE-based philanthropist has celebrated her 102nd birthday by meeting the latest students to receive scholarships through the fund she and her late husband established for students at Queensland University of Technology.
For Barry and Lorraine Young, being named joint Western Australia’s Senior Australian of the Year is a positive in lives which have been like a roller-coaster ride since they lost their only daughter, Amanda, to meningococcal disease in 1997.