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Cyclists, motorists now face same fines

JOLENE OGLEAs Transport Minister Scott Emerson announced new road laws this week, Noosa cyclists told Noosa Today they were “sick of being treated as...

Break and enter, Tewantin

Police are investigating the break and enter of an IGA store in Tewantin yesterday morning. At about 3.30am, police attended the...

Move to restore Mill Point

JIM FAGANCooroora Historical Society and Noosa Museum want to develop the once thriving and now desolate 19th century settlement and timber mill site at...

Tait Duke Cottage relocation

Council-owned vacant land at 14-18 Earl Street, Tewantin, may be given over for community use for up to a maximum of 20 years and,...

Credit card surcharge favoured

Noosa Council is expected to introduce a credit card surcharge of 0.55 per cent on all Visa and MasterCard payments as soon as possible....

Call for volunteers for Carnivale

Art-loving volunteers are needed for the Australian Body Art Carnivale on May 3 to 4. Volunteers assist with tasks on...

Community notices March 27

The Noosa Today guide to what's happening in your community. NATIONAL SENIORS Tewantin-Noosa National Seniors will meet today, Thursday, in the...

Eumundi Dragons ready to roar

The smell of liniment is in the air again and the temperature will soon start to drop. That all means the footy season is...

Pirates set to bounce back

NATHAN MCLEANNoosa Pirates had a tough day at the office last weekend, struggling against a well-armed Caloundra Sharks. That said,...

Lions launch into new season

ROB BLACK Noosa Lions Football Club officially kick-off their season this Saturday with more than 500 registered players in 38 teams, taking to the...

Win, win, win for little Dolphins

JOE JURISEVICThe second of the development rounds took place on the weekend, and Noosa players are back in the swing of things with some...

Congratulations Cooroy!

The first ever Cooroy Originals, sponsored by many local businesses, including Noosa Today, took place on Sunday and by the look of this picture...

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‘Essential’ boating still allowed

UPDATE April 1: Minister for Transport and Main Roads Mark Bailey clears up confusion around recreation boating and federal restrictions. Queensland boaties can still take their...