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Tewantin Noosa Golf Club results

Tuesday Single, Stableford on GA Course was played on 25 November, with 187 entrants. Scratch Rating (M): 71.0. A Grade: 1, Jared Maunder, daily handicap...

Golden years in print

By JOLENE OGLE MORE than 100 people packed the Environment Centre in Wallace Park on Wednesday night to celebrate the launch of a...

Food for thought

The 2015 Noosa International Food and Wine Festival (NIFW) is set to hit top gear next year with even more international stars and delicious...

Time to change course

By JONATHON HOWARD A Tewantin koala corridor is putting our furry friends in grave danger as koala habitats make way for development, writes...

Above the call of duty

By JOLENE OGLE THREE locals were honoured and praised for their community spirit at the recent Noosa Heads Daybreak Rotary breakfast at Noosa...

School set for festive fair effort

HO Ho Ho! Next Monday 8 December, Noosaville State School will be holding its inaugural Christmas Fair. Starting at 2.35pm, there will be a host...

Bikies spread Christmas cheer

MORE than 200 motorbikes and their riders will make their way from Caloundra to Marcoola this Saturday as part of the annual Ulysses Club...

Pain and passion

IN this column a couple of weeks ago I described how cruel and fickle sport can be. Noosa’s Pat Rafter was still at the top...

Schooled in volunteering

By JOLENE OGLE TWO months spent volunteering in a poverty-stricken community isn’t every school leaver’s idea of fun, but for three Coolum High...

Street shows in people’s court

By JONATHON HOWARD NOOSA Council has continued to put the power of decision making back into the hands of the community by giving...

A dip to beat heat

By JONATHON HOWARD SCORCHING temperatures across Noosa last week prompted residents to run for cover in air-conditioned shopping centres. Although cooler temperatures returned...

Here’s cheers to a smart step

By JONATHON HOWARD FEDERAL State School students were excited with the introduction of re-usable BioCups for the school’s tuckshop. The BioCups was just a...

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Community wins big with $2 million State COVID funding

Fifteen key community and tourism-related projects are on the radar, as part of the $2 million State Government Unite and Recover Stimulus Package given...