It’s one of many acts of kindness shining through the city’s darkest moments as Australia grapples with the coronavirus.
Locals in a Gold Coast suburb fearful their beach will be next to close have taken matters into their own hands, telling non-residents to stay away.
Creative doctors have devised a way to give Gold Coast seniors their flu shot without needing them to get out of their own car.
In a Queensland first, a Gold Coast coronavirus patient has given birth to a healthy baby. Now, the team behind the scenes have a message for other soon-to-be mums.
Two mums suffering from coronavirus have given birth to babies at Gold Coast University Hospital.
They’re working tirelessly to save the world, but aren’t sporting capes or spandex – these Gold Coast heroes prefer the humble lab coat.
Health workers desperately trying to limit contact with others are rallying to have parking fees at the Gold Coast University Hospital scrapped for staff.
Drivers, including a taxi, are illegally crossing the border into the Gold Coast in a blatant defiance of COVID-19 lockdown measures.
A hotel is being used to quarantine new arrivals flying into Brisbane, with at least 20 already calling one highrise home.
A cosmetic nurse has removed advertising for $499 home coronavirus tests and vitamin shots.