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Festival a bit Offbeat

The Offbeat Music Festival has released the full line-up for the event, taking place on Saturday 2 November at The Imperial Hotel Eumundi, with...

They sea the future

Noosa local Lilliana Bowrey has joined legendary big wave surfer Shane Dorian and son Jackson Dorian among a group of youth ambassadors from Australia,...

Bats are starving and need our help

Drought and bush fires are taking their toll on the local wildlife with local wildlife carers experiencing a significant influx of wildlife in distress,...

Surf film festival line-up

The program for the fourth annual Noosa Surf Film Festival has been revealed and it’s packed with a selection of remarkable films from across...

Tourist Council plants trees

The Queensland Tourism Industry Council’s (QTIC) ‘Destination IQ’ event has taken on a new initiative this year with the aim to improve the tourism...

Noosa shares insights with PNG professionals

Sixteen professionals from Papua New Guinea and the Pacific region have spent the past few weeks in Noosa as part of an executive leadership...

G-G keen to meet Peregian residents

The Governor-General, His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd), will visit Peregian next week to meet residents impacted by the recent...

Golf day bringing smiles to children

Smile for a Child Foundation held their annual Golf Day last Friday at Noosa Golf Club with a full playing field of 160 golfers...

Fires halt Trail Walk

The Great Noosa Trail Walk has become a victim of the recent fires with its postponement until May next year. Organiser Jim Ennis said the...

Feeling the vibe in the Village

Regarded as Noosa's bohemian cousin Peregian Village, according to local Peter Goodlet, has everything a village requires - a friendly local pub, local square,...

Just Cuts gives cash to fireys

Just Cuts, Noosaville donated a $1000 cheque to the Maroochy North Group Rural Fire Service, after these volunteers did a amazing job helping controlling...

Wood with a wow factor

Shane Christensen has a serious wow-factor. One look at his work….. yep, “wow”! So much so that this chainsaw-wielding artist went from hobby to full-time about...

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Hormone therapy for sea cucumbers

While hormone therapy is a proven biotechnology in many animals, including humans, the University of the Sunshine Coast’s Genecology Research Centre will use it...

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