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Four staff infected, MP Sandy Bolton confirms

 Independent Member for Noosa Sandy Bolton has updated the community this morning, March 25, to confirm that four staff from Sails Restaurant have returned...

Generosity in tough times: Council’s donation to Sunshine Butterflies

 Sunshine Butterflies Disability Support Charity were the lucky receivers of an incredible plant donation from Sunshine Coast Council last week. Sunshine Coast Council attended Sunshine...

Tourism Noosa’s plan to keep members updated

 During these fast moving and unprecedented times, Tourism Noosa would like to provide an update on the organisations activities following the Government’s announcements over...

Centrelink ‘inundated’ as thousands look for support

 On Sunday night, March 22, Prime Minister Scott Morrison ordered the closure of public venues including pubs, indoor places of worship, gyms and sporting...

Council facilities join list of closed businesses in Noosa

Council-run facilities will close indefinitely from midday today in line with the Federal Government’s new requirements to help slow the spread of COVID-19. The closure...

Tourism Noosa allowed access to emergency marketing fund

 Tourism Noosa will have access to its $350,000 emergency marketing fund to respond to the unfolding COVID-19 pandemic. Council granted the tourism body access to...

‘Come together’: Clare Stewart’s call on Noosa community

 Noosa Mayoral Candidate Clare Stewart has called on the community to come together, while flagging the possibility of a business-focused relief package as local...

How Sunshine Beach State School celebrate Harmony Day 2020

Harmony Day occurs on 21 March each year and coincides with the United Nations' International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. The ongoing theme...

Stockwell proposes plan to reduce blow on Noosa economy

 This may be a national and international pandemic, but Noosa Councillor Brian Stockwell believes Local Government can play a major role in softening the...

Noosa Chamber of Commerce calls on the Big 4

 Today the Noosa Chamber of Commerce and Industry called for banks to support our Tourism Operators and families directly affected by the flurry of...

Tourism Noosa’s response to COVID-19

 Tourism Noosa has been assessing and planning how we best prepare for the effects of COVID-19 taking hold in Australia, and the potential effects...

‘Heartbreaking’: Noosa Eat & Drink cancelled for 2020

Another one bites the dust with the Noosa Eat & Drink Festival cancelled due to COVID-19 health concerns. “It is with the deepest regret that...

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‘Essential’ boating still allowed

UPDATE April 1: Minister for Transport and Main Roads Mark Bailey clears up confusion around recreation boating and federal restrictions. Queensland boaties can still take their...