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Bad boy of Baroque

The next lecture to be held by ArtsNational Noosa (formerly AdfasNoosa) is Caravaggio: The Bad Boy of the Baroque presented by Daniel Evans. This scandalous...

Council to revise two key plans

Noosa Mayor Frank Wilkie has confirmed further consultation will occur on the draft Noosaville Foreshore Infrastructure Masterplan, after all feedback has been carefully considered. “All...

How a Noosa festival is Stayin’ Alive

Despite rising costs forcing huge festival cancellations, the Noosa Alive Festival is Stayin’ Alive in its 22nd year thanks to the community and their...

Oscars artist paints Noosa locals to raise $1 million to save children

Artist for Oscar-winning celebrities, Tracie Eaton, has spent a day in Noosa painting locals to help reach her goal of raising $1 million to...

Dolphins back ready from the break

Under 6s – Noosa White vs Grammar and Noosa Red vs Maroochydore. Noosa’s defence was rock solid in both games and unstoppable with the...

Orchids and blokes a happy mix for Noosa club

When Steve Potter joined the Noosa District Orchid and Foliage Society (NDO&FS) last year, his wife joked with him that he used to...

Claptomaniacs celebrate 10 years

In mid-2014, guitarist David Zuric and drummer Alan Lander, who had both worked in Herb Armstrong's Big Jazz Cats jazz/funk band, met with keyboardist...

Veterans reopen Diggers Bar

Tewantin-Noosa RSL Sub-Branch members reopened their Diggers Bar for a few hours last Friday for a BYO alcohol get together as the sub-branch work...

Concerns raised about Noosa Springs hotel at forum

Trust and support to construct a $50m, five-star 106-room hotel was what Noosa Springs Golf and Spa Resort owner GH Properties asked for from...

Noosa medical investment sold under the hammer for $848,000

A Noosa medical investment has sold under the hammer for $848,000. Located at 2/168 Noosa Parade, Noosaville, the 97sqm property was marketed by RWC...

Child dies in bike crash

The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating after an 11-year-old boy died following a bus crash in Buderim on Tuesday afternoon, 16 July. Preliminary inquiries indicate...

Concours delivers elegance and excitement

Hastings Street was transformed into a vibrant showcase of automotive excellence as the Noosa Concours d'Elegance captivated car enthusiasts and visitors alike last Saturday....

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Dig in and volunteer for National Tree Day

Noosa Council once again invites the community to participate in Planet Ark’s National Tree Day planting event, being held in Cooroy. The annual event returns...