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Phil, Duke and the birth of Aussie surfing

Journalist, author and top surf historian Phil Jarratt has come a long way since he was a Daily Telegraph copy boy in the late...
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Leo the Lionheart’s $10,500 fundraiser

Terry Mooney, Campbell and Lisa Ellis and Leo the Lionheart Ellis WORDS & PICTURES: JIM FAGANLittle Leo Ellis, mum and dad, Lisa and...

Noosa Council turns green

Not only is their logo green but the staff are, too! Bike racks at the council offices are once again...

School’s sign of the times

It’s always great to know your kids are off to a good start and that’s certainly the case at Noosaville State School, where Principal...

Some girls will do anything for a good cause!

Noosa-based Jally Entertainment is about to hit the road with the outrageous comedy Calendar Girls - travelling through five Australian states with 56 performances...

Well done Noosa – you got it right!

ISOBEL COLEMANNoosa is doing a great job – and that’s official. During a flying visit on Tuesday morning, Local Government Minister...

Festival prompts 42-day stay

PHIL JARRATTThe Poms are lurking in Coolum and Byron Bay, waiting for the swell to come up, but the first official international arrival in...

Time out sought for broiler farm

JIM FAGAN Long-time West Cooroy farmer David Milligan has asked Noosa Council for time to supply additional information about his application to establish a...

New Peregian Village Market mid next year?

JIM FAGANScanlon Property Group will be ready to open its revised Peregian Village Market at Peregian Beach mid-next year if Noosa Council approves its...

‘It’s demeaning and embarrassing’

JOLENE OGLECouncillor Sandy Bolton has labelled the name of the Federal Government’s Work for the Dole scheme “demeaning” and “embarrassing”. Originally...

Shock statistics boost RYDA program

ISOBEL COLEMANThe biggest killer of young drivers is speeding and around 80 per cent of those killed are male. This...

Councillor pushes for online polling

JOLENE OGLENoosa Councillor Sandy Bolton wants to know what you think about hot, local topics. Cr Bolton said the “community needs...

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An ambitious Indigenous tourism initiative may help to see the resettlement in Noosa of Kabi Kabi families whose descendants were forcibly removed from their...

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