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Super Squad raring to go

By ALASDAIR SCOTT GOING for a swim before the sun comes up in the middle of winter may not appeal to many, but it is...

Dolphins on the ball after big break

By JOE JURISEVIC The Junior Dolphins took back to the field following the school holiday break. Some very pleasing results showed that their were very...

Tribute to Coolum stalwart

THE Noosa Lions defeated the Coolum Dolphins 4-1 in the passionate tribute game in honour of the last Coolum FC club president George Gerbic. Noosa...

River’s teeming with fish

By JACK MANGROVE THE fishing action in the Noosa River has been red hot lately, with whiting, bream and flathead all in good numbers throughout...

Sport in grip of homophobia

By JOLENE OGLE SHOCKING survey results have highlighted wide-spread homophobia in Australian sport with 85 per cent of gay athletes having experienced or witnessed homophobic...

Bid to break Guinness bowls record

NOOSA HEADS Noosa Heads this week plays host to Frank Peniguel, who is attempting to create a Guinness world record for the most number of...

Sheeds wows the crowd

THE Noosa Tigers’ president’s lunch reached new heights last weekend when AFL great Kevin Sheedy appeared as guest speaker. With more than 50 years of...

Triumph of Stingrays

By JOE JURISEVIC CONGRATULATONS to the Sunshine Coast Junior Stingrays Rugby Union Under 16 team that went through their six matches undefeated to win the...

Mountain climb: ultimate challenge

IT TAKES a certain kind of athlete to tackle Noosa hinterland’s Mount Cooroora, but more than 100 people have already registered to run the...

The stats say it all

By RON LANE TO WIN medals at the state and national titles is every club’s ambition. However, the most vital statistic is the club’s stats...

Palm Springs on the cards

Local Christian Butterworth is off to compete on the world stage at the Future Champions Golf Championship in California. The 12-year-old jetted off on Tuesday...

Christian is a concentrated champion

Noosa local Christian Caldwell can now add the 2014 Rod Laver Queensland Junior Tennis Championship win to his already impressive list of achievements. The eight-year-old,...

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Community wins big with $2 million State COVID funding

Fifteen key community and tourism-related projects are on the radar, as part of the $2 million State Government Unite and Recover Stimulus Package given...