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Outdoor movies

GRAB the family, a picnic blanket and come along to enjoy outdoor movies in Cooroy and Eumundi this weekend, thanks to Starry Night Movies. Family...

Cause strikes close to home

By JOLENE OGLE LOCAL musician and domestic violence survivor Lease Vasey has joined the fight to raise awareness of family violence in our community. Lease will...

Season continues well for outriggers

JO SEARLENoosa Outriggers once again brought great results in the South Queensland race series, competing in the fifth race of the series, hosted by...

Win tickets to Noosa Food and Wine Festival

The countdown has begun! 200 invited chefs, producers, winemakers and media will descend on Noosa and its surrounds to join foodies from all over...

Local survivor to help others

Battling breast cancer can be a scary time in a woman’s life, but local volunteers are working hard to ensure everyone has access to...

Bookfest makes a major difference

The annual Bookfest Noosa is here again this May to support three local charities - Hear and Say Centre Sunshine Coast, Noosa Yacht &...

When Jonathon met Charlie

JIM FAGANThe bonding was instant. Smart Pup retriever Charlie came into Jonathon Tardent’s home at Sunrise Beach on Tuesday and immediately went up to...

‘Sardine City’ – court victory for Council

JIM FAGANNoosa Council has had a massive victory in the Planning and Environment Court against a developer claiming nearly $53 million dollars in town...

New plan for Main Beach businesses?

A new policy for commercial use activities on community land will be considered by Noosa Council on Thursday night. Co-ordinator of...

Noosa Biosphere Reserve inspires others

The management model and experiences of Noosa Biosphere Limited (NBL) have been shared with prospective Biosphere Reserve nominee groups at UNESCO's 4th annual meeting...

Developer’s bid: Council asked to say no

A request for approval of another two years for a development permit for a material change of use for a 38-unit complex at Attunga...

‘It was time to draw the line,’ says Mayor

JIM FAGANNoosa’s long running battle to keep out developers like RV Thompson (Qld) Pty Ltd has cost multi millions of dollars but Mayor Noel...

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Human trials begin on world-leading COVID-19 vaccine in Queensland

Innovation Minister Kate Jones announced on Monday that human trials will begin on the University of Queensland’s promising COVID-19 vaccine. Ms Jones said volunteers would...