Noosa Tri 'best in the world'

The Noosa Triathlon is laying claim to being the world’s largest mass-participation “tri” in the world.

Rufous Street plans welcomed

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Rufous Street Master Plan released

Wesley Care Tewantin celebrates

Wesley Care Tewantin marked its third birthday with a 70s-themed party. Photo Michele Sternberg / Noosa News

Wesley Care Tewantin marks three years with a fun ’70s-themed party.

Helping Eden to get his wheels back

HAPPY ENDING: Carmel Reid with son Eden ,who since having his skateboard stolen has received money and letters from mystery donors.

Helping Eden to get his wheels back

SUP stalwart is restoring ‘trust’ in Noosa stays

GOOD RECOVERY: Hayden Stintman with a SUP the same as the stolen one recovered by his dad Harry.

Restoring ‘trust’ in Noosa stays

Raising concerns for late-night trade

HOURS TEST: Village Bicycle wants to trade outdoors late at night to cater for hospitality workers.

Raising concerns for late-night trade Move for late outdoor trade

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Surfboard Manufacturers Export Quality Australian Surfboards to China

Jovi, happy customer of the first custom Classic Malibu shaped in Hainan.

Surfboard Manufacturers Export Quality Australian Surfboards to China

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READER'S VIEW: Blaming the victim an affront to females

There is no circumstance that justifies DV on any grounds.

READER'S VIEW: Buyer beware when it comes to web purchases

Reader warns others to check the company you are buying from online

Tiger cubs born at Australia Zoo

Australia Zoo welcomes a litter of Sumatran tiger cubs.

Australia Zoo welcomes a litter of Sumatran tiger cubs.

Kenilworth Dunny designs delight

Belinda & Dean Scott: Hinka Booma Viewpoint- The access ramp has been conceived as a 'fun park' element that winds its way through an apple tree grove to an uplifting and intriguing facility destination that is also built out of 'core ten'.

Kenilworth is in the market for a new dunny. These are the 12 designs being...

YOUR SAY: Sunshine Coast Council Division 9 issues

Kym West. "The whale watching platform that is being built is a big problem for me. What is it going to be there for? There are so many places people can view whales from so why waste the money on this. Many other projects are more worthwhile and this just was not needed." Photo Kathy Sundstrom / Sunshine Coast Daily

We asked locals what the burning issues were for the Sunshine Coast Council's...

Otium opening at Ocean St

Cassie Witten, Belinda Parker, Kate Kenna, of Otium Group, at the opening of the accounting and financial services firm's Ocean St office on Tuesday, February 9, 2016.

Accounting and financial services firm Otium Group celebrated the opening of its...

National Sprint Titles at Lake Kawana

Under 16 mixed race.

Plenty of young outriggers converged on Lake Kawana for the National Sprint Titles...

Junior Athletics Carnival at Caloundra

Lainey Grieve, Ella Booker and Amelie Hall.

There was some great action at Caloundra, where the Junior Athletics Regional...

Suncoast Calisthenics Club to represent Queensland

Suncoast Calisthenics Club have been selected to represent Queensland at the National championships in Adelaide.

Suncoast Calisthenics Club have been selected to represent Queensland at the...

The Daily and Hot 91.1 kick off council election countdown

Bill Hoffman LIVE on the radio getting serious with the BIG topics at election time.

In the lead up to the March 19 council elections the Daily and Hot 91.1 want to...

Sunshine Coast reptiles: Man's scaly, best friend

Meet Bruce, my husband's blue tongue lizard, waiting patiently at the vet to get his nails clipped. Hollie May Mazzorana.

It seems reptiles are just as popular a choice as furry animals when it comes to...