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Election Day will go ahead on March 28

Election Day is still set to go ahead Saturday 28 March, according to Noosa Council. A briefing between the Electoral Commission Queensland and State Government...

Noosaville woman becomes fourth Coronavirus related death in Australia

A 77-year-old Noosaville woman has died in New South Wales after contracting Coronavirus, it is believed she had contracted the virus from her daughter...

Pet Fun Day at Petbarn Noosa

 Petbarn is holding its national Pet Fun Day on Saturday 14 March where communities and their fur kids are invited to visit their local...

Meet our Councillor candidates

Council candidate nominations closed on March 3, and Noosa Shire voters now have their choice between 20 candidates for councillors - six of whom...

Australia Awards PNG participants celebrate International Women’s Day in Noosa

 Australia Awards participants from Papua New Guinea celebrated International Women's Day in Noosa last week. The cohort, which comprises 17 female and eight male entrepreneurs, enjoyed...

Rough conditions force shark net removal

 Noosa beaches won't have the added security of shark nets as of today, as rough conditions are expected to continue this week and into...

Melbourne Cup to ride the Mary Valley Rattler

Gympie’s horse-racing pedigree was shown at its best last November, when a novice local syndicate triumphed with their unfancied horse, Vow and Declare, in...

Habitat Noosa gold winners at Qantas Australian Tourism Awards.

 Sunshine Coast tourism operator Habitat Noosa have won big, walking away with the coveted Gold Award in the New Tourism Business category at the...

Palaszczuk to make oral contraception over the counter

 The Palaszczuk Government is moving to make the oral contraceptive pill and Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) medications more easily accessible for women over the...

$50k grant to help illegal curb side dumping in Noosa

Council will continue to crack down on illegal dumping with an improved surveillance program thanks to a $50,000 state government grant. This comes as a...

Sanofi challenge brings joy to Sunshine Butterflies

 There were smiles all round and even a few tears when Biopharmaceutical company Sanofi built and generously gave 24 bikes to disability support charity...

Free information sessions for solar and battery storage

 Solar expert Lucy Best will answer residents’ questions about solar and battery storage systems in two free information sessions. Council is hosting the free sessions...

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Coronavirus, what we know today

As of today Queensland has 689 cases, going up by 33 overnight - a number which has been consistent over the last three days.Yesterday...