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Coast MP, bikies join Brisbane rally

JOLENE OGLENoosa bikers and Coast MP Peter Wellington were among the thousands who attended a ‘freedom’ rally in Brisbane on Sunday. ...

Prepare for a Petersen comeback

JOLENE OGLEDr Patricia Petersen hasn’t ruled out a return to Noosa politics, saying she will score the job of Mayor sooner or later. ...

Leo the Lion Heart inspires fundraiser

JIM FAGAN Death was little more than a heartbeat away when 17-month old Leo Ellis was born. Aware that Leo had...

Council “flying squad”a hit with Noosa

JIM FAGAN Noosa Council “flying squad” - Councillors Sandy Bolton, Frank Wilkie, Frank Pardon and Joe Jurisevic - were at North Shore yesterday as...

Dark side of modern adolescence

JIM FAGAN Mobile phones have enabled teen bullying to escalate in Australian schools – sometimes with fatal results. Last September students...

Future not so sweet for bees

ISOBEL COLEMAN The Coast’s honey industry is facing a tough future but not for the reasons the experts would have us believe. ...

Man faces court over stabbing

A man charged with stabbing a Cooroibah man in the chest on Australia Day has faced Maroochydore Magistrates Court. The 20-year-old...

Quiet Australia Day

Police have congratulated locals for a relatively peaceful Australia Day long weekend without major incident. OIC Senior Sergeant Steve McReight said...

Aussies celebrate

From picnics to barbecues, beach cricket to thong throwing to cane toad racing, Noosa Shire was buzzing as locals and visitors alike celebrated Australia...

Noosa turns out for local art

Close to 300 people, including Mayor Noel Playford and councillors, showed their support for art in Noosa last Friday at the Regional Art Gallery,...

Give a dog a bone!

Treat your four-legged friend to a meaty bone and help out a local charity, thanks to La Boucherie Quality Meats. The...

Childcare, Aussie-style!

Noosa Outlook Childcare Centre celebrated Australia Day in true Aussie style with an outdoor barbecue, thong throwing and some traditional Aussie songs. Educators and...

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Nightmare still burns

“It’s hell,” is how Brian Williams describes the past seven months of his life since a bushfire destroyed his home and Covid-19 took away...