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Van Den Heuvel monsters big field

TEWANTIN NOOSA GOLF A STABLEFORD was played on GA Course with 190 entrants on Tuesday 21 October. Scratching Rating (M): 71.0. Results: A Grade -...

Safe night crackdown

By JOLENE OGLE BIG changes to legislation will see those who attack healthcare workers face 14 years' jail, and a new trial will see paramedics...

Net ban anger

By JONATHON HOWARD LONG-TIME fisherman and Boreen Point resident Trevor Cleary has spoken of his disappointment in the Noosa Council for recommending a ban on...

Decrease in fish: report

By JOLENE OGLE A LACK of rainfall and vegetation throughout south-east Queensland waterways is causing a decrease in fish, according to the latest Healthy Waterways...

’Smart’ kids urged to switch off

By JONATHON HOWARD A NOOSA author is on a mission to help parents understand the importance of nurturing their child’s brain, by limiting access to...

Hotspots for pest weed

By JONATHON HOWARD THE Sunshine Coast Council wants rural property owners, especially those in the Eumundi to Kenilworth areas, to be on the lookout for...

Youths charged with Sunrise fire

By JOLENE OGLE TWO youths have been charged for deliberately lighting the out-of-control blaze at Sunrise Beach, which threatened a nearby retirement home. The fire, which...

The toads that ruled…

By JONATHON HOWARD A TEWANTIN resident is making a desperate plea for help to eradicate a colony of cane toads developing in a freshwater pool...

Facelift all round

By JOLENE OGLE RENOVATIONS are underway at the Cooroy RSL, with plans to revamp the club and create a modern street front to appeal to...

Prize money’s great at Santa race

THERE are only eight weeks until Christmas, but more importantly, there are only six weeks until the annual Christmas in Cooroy Great Santa Race. The...

Scientist in the making

By JONATHON HOWARD THE Rotary Club of Noosa has continued its tradition of sponsoring and nurturing a student of today to become a scientist of...

Lenscape 23/10/2014

A CHEEKY cockatoo swooped on the Lloyd family’s last passion fruit in Noosaville recently. The cocky snap is this week’s Lenscape contribution courtesy of...

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Find solace in Pomona

Expressive artist Debra Dougherty and Tanglewood Botanical artisan Erica Harvey have created a new exhibition displaying an affinity with Noosa's local bushlands. Pomona Railway Station...