November 2020

Published a story 28th Nov 2020 7:25 AM

There are signs of life returning to almost normal with the Fusion comeback.

No con-Fusion here, Cooroy family fest is back

There are signs of life returning to almost normal with the Fusion comeback.

Published a story 28th Nov 2020 6:31 AM

A master plan has been delivered for eight hinterland eco-tourism experiences.

Biosphere blazes a trail for eco-tourism

A master plan has been delivered for eight hinterland eco-tourism experiences.

Published a story 27th Nov 2020 4:15 PM

An exotic collection of Latin musicians is primed to unleash pent-up playing passions on a sold-out Noosaville audience.

Musician releases pent-up passion as gigs restart

An exotic collection of Latin musicians is primed to unleash pent-up playing passions on a sold-out Noosaville audience.

Published a story 27th Nov 2020 11:53 AM

These are the top 10 dining experiences that have been rated by TripAdvisor.

10 of the best: Noosa’s dining hot spots

These are the top 10 dining experiences that have been rated by TripAdvisor.

Published a story 26th Nov 2020 4:17 PM

One mobile library solution may be to use red telephone boxes stacked with books.

Hold the phone, mobile library downsizes

One mobile library solution may be to use red telephone boxes stacked with books.

Published a story 26th Nov 2020 3:12 PM

A Coast family has been left heartbroken after their staffy cross Sarge was destroyed at Sunshine Coast Council’s animal pound.

Family devastated as Sarge’s death order carried out

A Coast family has been left heartbroken after their staffy cross Sarge was destroyed at Sunshine Coast Council’s animal pound.

Published a story 26th Nov 2020 10:52 AM

A tired block of shops looks set to be demolished to make way for a modern Noosa Junction entrance statement.

Classy rebirth pitched for Noosa’s retail gateway

A tired block of shops looks set to be demolished to make way for a modern Noosa Junction entrance statement.

Published a story 25th Nov 2020 4:36 PM

Climate change hit home to 15-year-old environmental advocate Olivia Hoger last year when a fire storm forced her family to flee Peregian Beach.

Bushfire evacuation sparks teen’s climate crusade

Climate change hit home to 15-year-old environmental advocate Olivia Hoger last year when a fire storm forced her family to flee Peregian Beach.

Published a story 25th Nov 2020 1:05 PM

Early childhood educator Helen Walsh is relishing a chance to instil a love of nature in a young girl whose father she taught almost 30 years ago.

Kindy teacher welcomes next generation to great outdoors

Early childhood educator Helen Walsh is relishing a chance to instil a love of nature in a young girl whose father she taught almost 30 years ago.

Published a story 25th Nov 2020 10:12 AM

A favourite Christmas charity is facing a $50,000 deficit as desperate families with up to seven mouths to feed seek out a way to celebrate this festive season.

Charities struggle to help ‘beautiful’ families in need

A favourite Christmas charity is facing a $50,000 deficit as desperate families with up to seven mouths to feed seek out a way to celebrate this festive season.

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What is in The Spray that Peter Gardiner uses so liberally on the sporting shonks and shysters every Thursday? Pete rants at all the sporting injustices at this world…like why can’t Darren Lockyer go back to playing fullback and why the hell did they put Eddie McGuire in charge of everything?