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Terminally ill yet terminally positive

Townsville grandmother Marj Lawrence 79 has terminal pancreatic cancer and is calling for legalised euthanasia. Picture: Zak Simmonds

Marj Lawrence will remain positive until the end.

From garage to museum: historical cannon finds new home

NEW HOME: Robert McMillan-Kay's 25 pound howitzer field gun will find a new home at an historical museum on the Sunshine Coast.

FOR almost a decade, this military armament has collected dust.

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