Regional News

Sat 4 Apr 2020

Owner fears for farm animals as financial woes hit

premium_icon Owner fears for farm animals as financial woes hit

The hardworking owners of a Coast riding school and petting zoo business have had to 'swallow their pride' and ask for help.

EPIC FAIL: How could the ECQ muck election up ... again?

premium_icon EPIC FAIL: How could the ECQ muck election up ... again?

Peter Gardiner takes a look into what went wrong with the council election tallies throughout Queensland.

Rapping bride causes sensation

premium_icon Rapping bride causes sensation

Bride Liana showcased her musical talents on stage with the band, to the delight of friends, family and new husband Matt.

Triathlete’s $1.8m lawsuit over ‘devastating’ collision

premium_icon Triathlete’s $1.8m lawsuit over ‘devastating’ collision

A single mother run down by a para-triathlete in a wheelchair during a triathlon is suing race organisers after she suffered a brain injury.

FINAL STAGES: Repairs on giant sink hole take shape

premium_icon FINAL STAGES: Repairs on giant sink hole take shape

The final stages to repair a giant sink hole that threatened to swallow properties in Sunrise Beach will begin next week.

SHOCK RESULT: Tony in big trouble in Noosa mayoral recount

premium_icon SHOCK RESULT: Tony in big trouble in Noosa mayoral recount

Noosa mayoral race takes dramatic turn as challenger Clare surges ahead after recount.

Fri 3 Apr 2020

Child rapist appeals 10-year jail sentence

premium_icon Child rapist appeals 10-year jail sentence

A convicted rapist who sexually abused two young brothers has appealed his 10-year jail sentence. WARNING DISTURBING CONTENT.

Easter Bunny keeping one hop ahead of coronavirus

premium_icon Easter Bunny keeping one hop ahead of coronavirus

Q & A with the Easter Bunny reveals he’s ready to deliver the goods for all the kiddies out there.

Warning to abide by beach rules after national park closures

premium_icon Warning to abide by beach rules after national park closures

‘I ask everyone to work to make sure these are not closed down due to the behaviour of some’: MP’s warning to keep beaches open.

Man seriously injured in rural truck crash

premium_icon Man seriously injured in rural truck crash

A man in his 70s has been flown to hospital in a serious condition after his truck crashed in the northern Sunshine Coast hinterland this morning.

NEW DETAILS: Sunshine Coast coronavirus cases surpass 80

premium_icon NEW DETAILS: Sunshine Coast coronavirus cases surpass 80

The Sunshine Coast’s confirmed coronavirus tally has surpassed 80, rising by three today, Queensland Health confirms.

Coronavirus Queensland: All you need to know today

Coronavirus Queensland: All you need to know today

Queensland health care workers have been vilified and threatened while wearing their uniforms out in public, Health Minister Steven Miles says.

Spike in theft, break ins despite home isolation

premium_icon Spike in theft, break ins despite home isolation

Sunshine Coast police have responded to several theft and break in offences recently despite more people being at home.

Virus cases jump to 873, as ‘peak’ time revealed

Virus cases jump to 873, as ‘peak’ time revealed

The number of Queensland coronavirus cases has grown overnight, taking the total to 873 as the Premier reveals just when local cases are expected to ‘peak'.

Cyclist dies after crash south of Coast

premium_icon Cyclist dies after crash south of Coast

A man has died following a crash just south of the Sunshine Coast late yesterday afternoon.

Leading the business fight against coronavirus in Cooroy

premium_icon Leading the business fight against coronavirus in Cooroy

Cooroy local one of the state’s leading business supporters and now he’s rallying the troops.

‘I’m upset’: Gladys defends virus debacle

‘I’m upset’: Gladys defends virus debacle

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has clashed with radio host Ben Fordham and defended her state’s handling of the cruise ship issue.

Public servants ‘betrayed’ by Premier: Unions

premium_icon Public servants ‘betrayed’ by Premier: Unions

The head of one of the state’s most powerful unions has slammed the Premier’s decision to scrap a pay rise for public servants as a “kneejerk response”.

School closed after shock COVID-19 test result

premium_icon School closed after shock COVID-19 test result

A major Sunshine Coast school is closed today after it's believed a staff member tested positive to coronavirus yesterday.

RIP Bruce Dawe: Poet of ordinary Australia dies

premium_icon RIP Bruce Dawe: Poet of ordinary Australia dies

Renowned poet Bruce Dawe, who was studied by generations of Australian school students, has died in a Queensland nursing home.

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