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Recognition for Queensland effort

The J provided the perfect backdrop on Thursday to acknowledge with Queensland Day Awards the outstanding work of community volunteers and professionals who donate their...

Running for a reason

Last week a group of Year 10 students from St Teresa’s Catholic College supported the cause to raise awareness of the problems of Domestic...

Nursing students provide free health checks at Men’s Shed

More than a dozen USC Nursing Science students will support the Australian Men’s Shed Association ‘Spanner In The Works’ campaign by carrying out free...

Exciting line-up for NOOSA alive! announced

The full program for NOOSA alive! 2019 has been announced, promising an exciting line-up of music, theatre, dance, film, literature, comedy, food and fashion...

Celebrating Queensland’s 160th birthday

Game One of Origin is over but Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is urging all Queenslanders to go another day in maroon, with today being Queensland’s 160th...

Work on $265,000 Castaways Beach carpark upgrade complete

A $265,000 project to upgrade the David Low Way carpark at Castaways Beach is complete. The upgrade has formalised the parking area, created room for...

St Andrew’s takes on tough endurance event for Kokoda Youth Foundation

A record 45 teams and 175 students from St Andrew’s Anglican College participated in Saturday’s Kokoda Challenge, Australia's ‘toughest team endurance event’, raising $5,590...

South east Queensland tops house fire hotspot list

Queenslanders are being advised not to leave home fire safety out in the cold this winter, as new figures reveal the State’s south east...

Sunshine Coast students return from Arctic trip

USC student Kristin Emanuelsen isn’t batting an eyelid at the Sunshine Coast’s start to winter – she’s back from two months in temperatures more...

Electric cars plug in at USC as solar project enters final stage

New car park covers have been fitted with hundreds of solar panels that are almost ready to be switched on at the University of...

Tinbeerwah man charged with criminal defamation

Noosa detectives have charged a man with criminal defamation after flyers were allegedly distributed throughout Tewantin falsely claiming his former sporting associate was a...

American students surf in Noosa with master shaper Tom Wegener

Master surfboard shaper Tom Wegener spent the day teaching American students from the University of Wyoming to surf at Noosa Main Beach on Tuesday...

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Collaborative art at Cooroy

Intergenerational studio secrets, a cross-discipline collaboration and an exhibition showing the works of the region’s First Nations people, art is bridging divides at Cooroy’s...