Thousands of residents in four Coast suburbs are facing a $115 rates hike to help pay for their fire station being staffed full-time.
Over the years Peter Gardiner and the Noosa News team have been on the frontline of community battles like the Noosa de-amalgamation and the Kin Kin quarry and trucks saga.
National exposure of Coast siblings’ dedicated seabird rescue efforts has helped them secure funding to keep their passion alive.
Environmental manager Dr Sam Lloyd is encouraging property owners to prepare themselves for fire in an effort to reduce threats to the region’s biodiversity.
A hands-on approach to selling and repairing computers on site has helped make a Coast IT shop so busy they are about to employ five more staff.
A long-running battle to redevelop a prime beachfront retail block has taken a new turn as determined owners take Noosa Council to court for a second time.
A Noosa mullet man with decades of experience is unconcerned about a state investigation which found the most toxic form of dioxin in two Noosa lakes.
A $10,000 innovation award from NBN has made a digital world of difference to a group of young people living with disabilities, helping them learn new skills.
Popular destinations on the Sunshine Coast will battle against nearby tourism rivals to be crowned the best small town in the state for visitors.
A temporary pathway popular with local residents along Park Rd will be removed in a vote which split the councillors. It was one of four key decisions at Thursday’s meeting.
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?