A FEASIBILITY study into Noosa Council implementing an electric bus service is well underway.
SUNSHINE Butterflies is now well in control of its popular disability education puppets with the backing of the Bendigo Bank at Tewantin.
Seqwater looks to potentially increase recreational options at its water storages.
THE ballet dancer recognised around the planet through as Mao’s Last Dancer is preparing to flash his style at the Noosa Long Weekend Festival stage.
IT COULD be a great little title for a children’s adventure book – Vegas goes to Briz Vegas.
NOOSA Parks Association’s latest leader has pulled no punches at the green lobby group’s detractors, laying the blame at the feet of frustrated developers.
INSTILLING an active passion for green issues in young people is a major challenge ahead for the Noosa Parks Association, according to its new president.
HERE’S an idea right out of the box.
NOOSA Council expects to soon move into a decision phase for the Ridgewood commercial chicken farm.
LAKE Macdonald will soak up $1 million as its owner Seqwater seeks to shore up the shire’s drinking water and flood mitigation program.
FLYING-fox numbers are increasing, as quality of life for Norah Lilley’s family in Riverstone Crt, Tewantin, and surrounding areas is decreasing.
AS A Noosa hinterland town waves goodbye to one bank, its residents are getting ready to welcome in another.
THE bookings are coming in fast as the community prepares to show its support for the deputy mayor’s luncheon to aid Kids in Crisis.
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