WITH a cheeky grin as big as his heart, Ted Pretty loved nothing more to see children cracking up over one of his daily jokes.
GIN and ghosts are helping a former Queensland family help fight to save one of Tasmania’s historic heritage properties.
The fierce electrical storm that menaced the Sunshine Coast and southeast Queensland on Friday night is a lot scarier when you’re flying in it.
THEY are the superstars of the sea, the women aboard Australia's $120 million research vessel which could help save not only our ocean life, but the planet.
AFTER 50 years of telling stories, Australia’s favourite television journalist Ray Martin knows a thing or two about cameras.
FROM raising a family and running businesses to charity swims and jumping out of a plane to raise money for youth, Bob Sherwell did a lot in his 88 years.
BOB Sherwell, one of the Sunshine Coast's most adored dads and mentor to many, has been 'promoted to glory'.
IT’S the sort of scene that leaves you with your heart in your mouth.
DO you think you have what it takes to be Australia's best surf photographer or video maker?
Mark Furler is News Regional Media's group digital editor. He’s an award-winning journalist who has lived and worked on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast for more than 30 years. He’s passionate about fighting for a better go for locals. His awards include Editor of the Year, and involvement in three PANPA Newspaper of the Year wins for the Sunshine Coast Daily. He has also been involved in INMA and News awards wins for excellence in digital coverage.