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Last hurray before the reno

To say that Sunday 3rd February was a happy/sad day for the Sunshine Beach Surf Life Saving Club would have to be the under-statement...

Noosa teen slides toward Olympics

Noosa teenager Pierce Ludvigsen began his love affair with luge at the age of three when he first saw it on the television while...

Billy and Anton’s win a hat trick

In final World Cup Qualifier of the 2018-19 season at Sale on Saturday, Cooran’s Billy Raymont easily won the class, giving him a hat...

Demand boom for Eumundi Brew

The brewing team at the Eumundi Brewery has a nice problem on their hands. The Eumundi beer has been so well received across the...

A Dolphin through and through

If one was to look for a great example of what a community can achieve when it stands together you need to look no...

Most honoured MP from Wide Bay

Former Nationals leader and deputy prime minister and Wide Bay MP from 1990-2016 Warren Truss was one of 19 people to receive the highest...

On track to Tokyo 2020

Cooran showjumper Billy Raymont has his sight on the Olympics after Sunday’s win in the prestigious Boneo Park World Cup Qualifier. Having had a...

Comunity marks Australia Day

Thousands lined the Noosa riverbank on Saturday to enjoy the Noosa Australia Day Festival organised by Noosa Rotary and Lions clubs. Perfect weather and a...

Art connects women through emotion

Acrylics artist, Michele Rudder, says a career as a registered nurse and in retail helped inspire her paintings that depict the emotions of women’s...

Teens turn teachers

As schools return this week teachers could take heed of the wisdom of two teen teachers Bryn Mailer and George Gleeson, both 15, who...

Distinguished service recognised

Sunshine Coast District Officer in Command Superintendent Darryl Johnson was one of six Queensland police officers to receive the Australian Police Medal in recognition...

When Fanny swam to Games glory

Why did it take four Olympic Games before women’s swimming events were first introduced in 1912 and the world saw Australia’s Fanny Durack, the...

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Dangerous surf conditions forecast this week

Surf Life Saving Queensland (SLSQ) is advising beachgoers to stay out of the water this week, with dangerous surf conditions being predicted from Fraser...