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Waterways wetlands investment strategy

SEQ Waterways and Wetlands Investment Strategy has been launched by Queensland’s Environment Minister Leanne Linard. The strategy is the culmination of extensive consultation and development,...

CARA news

New developments Cooroy continues to evolve as a service town and is increasingly becoming a destination for visitors. Several development sites have had applications before...

ValeVal Smart

A tiny death notice on page 47 of this newspaper two weeks ago belatedly made public the ending of a large life, one that...

Car park returns to the people

A pop-up People’s Park is coming to Main Beach Noosa Heads for two weeks this holiday season. The global phenomenon of converting parking spots into...

Plant poisoning sparks warning

Sunshine Coast Council has warned of big penalties for those who damage nature after a sensitive coastal environment was poisoned. Trees and plants have been...

Lewis runs 70km and raises 14k in honour of his dad

Helicopter pilot Lewis Moes, 34, took on a formidable physical challenge on Sunday 3 December, running the entire length of the Sunshine Coast. The 70km...

Santa’s Classy Helpers help 500 Noosa families

It was a beautiful scene of organised chaos as more than 100 volunteers helped Santa's Classy Helpers charity founder Lorraine Kenway prepare to open...

Former NightQuarter site set for new lease of life

The owners of two of Birtinya’s most iconic sport and retail outlets have secured a five year lease of the former NightQuarter site with...

Man critical after being buried in sand

An RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter crew airlifted a man to hospital, after fell into a large hole and was buried in sand on a...

Students strengthen their swimming strokes

Sunshine Beach State School students, like other primary school-aged children across the Sunshine State, are reaping the lifesaving benefits of school swimming lessons. In...

Crikey! Museum to showcase winning wildlife images

The stunning beauty of the natural world is once again on display at Queensland Museum as part of the annual Australia Zoo Crikey Magazine...

Beyond the grave: quest to uncover secrets of stonemasons

They were among the most skilled artists of their day but could not have been any further from the spotlight, surrounded by the dead. Monumental...

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Improved outlook for turtle

A new scientific paper details the community conservation efforts that have helped improve the future of the endangered Mary River turtle in Queensland. The paper...