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Wed 13 May 2020

Extensive land clearing of bushfire regions

Extensive land clearing of bushfire regions

The woodchip carrier, Cattleya arrived in Eden yesterday to load about 40,000 tonnes of woodchips.

Wed 6 May 2020

Local Dance School Goes Online

Local Dance School Goes Online

Bellydance Sunshine Coast opened it's doors in 2017 and has had rapid growth with locals and the community as it kicked off a Bellydance revolution on the Coast, from...

Social distancing a distant memory

Social distancing a distant memory

Evidently, Australians have suddenly forgotten what 1½ metres looks like.

Coronavirus garbage crisis

Coronavirus garbage crisis

On my run yesterday afternoon, it made me rather despondent to note the overflowing bins along the Mooloolaba esplanade, crammed full with plastic takeaway containers...

Tue 5 May 2020

Pell’s Acquittal: Victims’ Right of Reply!

Pell’s Acquittal: Victims’ Right of Reply!

Warning: this article contains details of child sexual abuse which some people might find distressing, upsetting and triggering.

Wed 22 Apr 2020

Fuel Ripoff

Fuel Ripoff

Fuel Ripoff

Mon 20 Apr 2020

Yvonne Chard celebrates her 90th birthday

Yvonne Chard celebrates her 90th birthday

Yvonne celebrates her 90th birthday today.

Tue 7 Apr 2020

COVID-19 Class Action

COVID-19 Class Action

A class action undertaken by the major international airlines, cruise ships, tourism industries and those families directly affected by COVID-19 against the Chinese...

Social Distancing Etiquette

Social Distancing Etiquette

The Corona Virus has shown that we have lost respect for each other and lack basic manners.

Wed 1 Apr 2020

SEQ Water closing dam walking/bike trails absurd

SEQ Water closing dam walking/bike trails absurd

It makes no sense at all for SEQ Water to close the walking trails/mountain bike trails at the dams with the excuse you are using around legislation with the virus ...

Social lessons to be learned from COVID-19

Social lessons to be learned from COVID-19

Humans are social beings.

Sat 28 Mar 2020

YOUR STORY: 60th Wedding Anniversary

YOUR STORY: 60th Wedding Anniversary

Woodenbong locals, Bob and Colleen (nee Hall) Jeffery will mark their 60th Wedding Anniversary this year.

Sun 22 Mar 2020

Be wary of nomenclatures for COVID-19

Be wary of nomenclatures for COVID-19

Next time you hear reference to the “Chinese virus", or the “China virus” consider how countries used to blame each other for the arrival and spread of syphilis.

What Gina.T Hair & Beauty are doing as a salon to protect clients and staff and stay open

What Gina.T Hair & Beauty are doing as a salon to protect...

We are taking covid 19 seriously and following all recomendations where possible!

Police with no compassion

Police with no compassion

Today i was disgusted at what i see as pure revenue getting at a time of concern and worry for so many peoples livelihoods.

NDSHS students have double and triple the fun

NDSHS students have double and triple the fun

Noosa District State High School’s Junior Secondary Pomona campus has had an unprecedented seven sets of twins and one set of triplets enrol in Year 7 this year.

Welcome to the CEO Friendship Force International Jeremi Snook

Welcome to the CEO Friendship Force International Jeremi...

The Friendship Force of the Sunshine Coast has been operation for 30 years and we have 51 members who are mostly retirees with a keen interest in travel and learning...

Fri 20 Mar 2020

Don’t miss this weekend’s open houses

Don’t miss this weekend’s open houses

If you're looking to buy a property in the Toowoomba region - be sure to inspect the wide range of houses and units open for inspection this weekend.

Mon 2 Mar 2020

Big Thumbs Down to Telstra

Big Thumbs Down to Telstra

I have a business in Coffs Harbour and want to change my NBN and landline from Telstra to TPG.

Fri 28 Feb 2020

Historical Painting Exhibition at Kirra Hill

Historical Painting Exhibition at Kirra Hill

An Exhibition of paintings of historical events which happened in the Tweed regional area 1823 to the 1930s will be on display from March 3.

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