Spring up the Cooroy Mountain at Festival

THE Cooroy Mountain Spring Festival is back next month, a once-a-year opportunity to take in the Cooroy Mountain at its closest.

Walk to find a cure for Dravet

Susan Paynter has organised a fundraiser walk 5k 4 Dravet to raise money for research in to the rare epileptic condition Dravet Syndrome, as her daughter suffers from the disease.

SIGN up to walk in the 5k 4 Dravet to help a Tewantin family.

Students' win is all in their heads

CLEVER: The Good Shepherd state winning team for Tournament of the Minds.

Good Shepherd students top Tournament of the Minds

Magic happens in this holiday fun show

WISHING WELL: Local actors Luis Barnett and Jarvis Taylor star in Aladdin and his magic iPod.

Aladdin and His Magic i-Pod is coming to the J

WEATHER WARNING: Hail, damaging winds predicted for Noosa

THUNDER STRUCK: Lightning lights up the sky over Gayndah.

The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a severe weather warning

Scarecrow season opens in Mary Valley

Hans and Claudia Annabranch Farm scarecrows 2013.

Scarecrows popping up for annual Mary Valley Scarecrow Festival

Fantastic tourism result for Noosa shire

Noosa Heads and Main Beach.

Noosa's tourism sector shows how it's done - again

Eco activities, art at annual Biosphere Day

EXPERT ADVICE: Kerry Neill from Goombuckar Creations and Kabi Kabi people offers children's Indigenous activities at Noosa Biosphere Day.

The annual Noosa Biosphere Day festival is on soon

Award-winning animals amaze Noosa Show crowds

CUDDLY: Melanie Barnes from Sunshine Coast Cavy Club shows off Lollipop and Carter.

Check out some of the talented animals from the Noosa Show

Entrants of all ages take part in Noosa Show

BEST BUTTER: Shirley Hinds won first and second with her family recipes of lemon butter.

THE annual Show brings out our most creative kinds

'Refreshing': New Ipswich beer flowing ahead of hot weekend

The new lime beer available at Pumpyard Bar and Brewery.

Ipswich brewery whips up Lime Lager in time for scorcher weekend

JOBS BOOST: Fast track for $950M Gladstone project

MEGA-RESORT: A proposed master plan for the Hummock Hill Island Development project.

State Government could step in to approve island resort.

$5.1 billion in the pipeline of region's solar boom

Across the Toowoomba and Western Downs local government regions, there are 14 approved solar plants, worth an estimated $5.1 billion.

Check out the dizzying numbers behind region's solar boom

Australia's $100 notes: where did they all go?

The new $10 note has been released but very few of us may actually ever use it.

Australia is absolutely flush with cash

CommBank dumps $2 ATM fee

Customers use automatic teller machines (ATM) outside a branch of Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Picture: News Corp AustraliaSource:News Limited

Bank customers will no longer pay ATM fees with Commbank

Miner makes cash offer as $3.9bn WICET debt continues to bite

MOUNTING DEBT: WICET coal loader.

Rumours Glencore trying to find way out of debt liabilities.

Murder accused mentioned ‘demon’ troubling him, lawyer says

Eunji Ban

He has pleaded not guilty to the murder of Eunji Ban

Family distraught after puppy stolen in break-in

Luna the blue staffy was taken from a Slade Point home at the weekend.

The owner had the dog for about 12 months

One injured after fuel truck incident on crossing site

Emergency Services, QFES, Fire, Fire truck, Fire & Rescue Photo Bev Lacey / The Chronicle

A fuel truck left the road in an on-site incident

This is where Australia's rain has gone

Sky News’ severe weather outlook forecasts higher than average temperatures and heatwaves in several cities. Picture: Sky News.Source:Supplied

Parched Australia suffers through it’s driest ever start to spring

Byron death still a mystery, say police

Acting Inspector Jackie Lilley at the scene where a man's body was found at Byron Bay.

Police are appealing for help after a man was found dead at Byron

How to make a quick $5400

Gumtree Australia GM Martin Herbst. Picture: James CroucherSource:News Corp Australia

Most Aussie households are sitting on a gold mine of quick cash

The seat the pilots pick when they fly

There's one seat the pilots usually picks when they're a passenger, scroll down to find out why.

Window or aisle? Pilot reveals which seat on a plane is best

Ag start-up is paying off

FarmPay founder Namoi Stuart, a grain farmer and chartered accountant.

Farmer builds new system to streamline supply chain

Rail line to split ag land

SPEAKING OUT: Concerns have been raised about consultation and the proposed inland rail project.

Farmer speaks out at Rural Press Club meeting

Money still strongly in favour of a Yes for SSM

SAME SEX MARRIAGE: Australia is being asked to make their Yes or No opinion known in the postal survey.

Yes side still ahead on the betting markets despite resurgent No

Is this legal? How the Yes campaign got your number

Same sex marriage texts

Same-sex marriage SMS campaign’s ‘random number generator’

Aussies' fight for manuka

INDUSTRY ROW: Lindsay Bourke (left) from Australian Honey Products checks bee hives with his West Tamar head beekeper, Brad Deegan in Tasmania.

Sticky fight over honey naming rights

South Korea's alt-right: Trolls, extremists, and paedophiles

On the surface, the website looks harmless enough.

Alt-right extremists seem to share features globally

Shane Warne interviewed over alleged porn star attack

Shane Warne has denied claims he punched a porn star

New Bali law could see Aussies arrested for common act

A photo advertising the ‘Bali Boyfriend and Male Escort Service’ on Facebook.

Not married? Don't have sex in Bali then

'You'll Float Too': Mum returns home to creepy clown message

YOU'LL FLOAT TOO: Toogoom resident Jules Hinton was unnerved to find a picture of Pennywise the Dancing Clown and a balloon with 'You'll Float Too' pinned to her door on Friday night.

A balloon and clown pic were left on a resident's door.

‘Thieving’ runaway bride is now homeless

The wedding has been called off.

Runaway thief bride has been spotted in a homeless shelter

TV broadcast interrupted by doomsday alert

Analogue television signals will be switched off in Northern NSW in November.

Viewers startled as their televisions were hacked

Sort of boobs men fancy is very surprising

Search data shows a shift in types of boobs people want to see online

The Sort Of Boobs Men Fancy Are Very Surprising

Man's penis stuck in gym weight: three hours to free him

Firefighters in Worms, Germany, used a hydraulic saw and a grinder to free the entrapped man's member. Picture: Facebook

t took a hydraulic saw, a grinder and three hours to free man

Pete Evans’ bizarre naked horse photos

CONTROVERSIAL celebrity chef Pete Evans says he was “entirely in the present” after posting bizarre naked horse snaps on his farm with wife Nicola Robinson.

Gogglebox gets new cast members

Gogglebox's new trio — Jad, Sarah Marie and Matty.

Three new cast members to add a “Middle-Eastern flavour”.

Oils fight for Great Barrier Reef

Peter Garrett, from Midnight OIl.

Midnight Oil has announced a concert highlighting damage to the reef

Oasis fans discover Liam’s real name

English musician, singer, and songwriter, former lead singer of the rock band Oasis, Liam Gallagher performs during his concert at National Olympic Sports Center in Beijing, China, 10 August 2017.

SINGER has left fans shocked after they uncovered his real name.

Behind the Bee Gees’ spectacular fall

The Bee Gees in their heyday.

IN 1979, the Bee Gees sold out arenas. Then it all went downhill.

Another major blindside on Survivor

Tessa O’Halloran from Australian Survivor.

AN early fan favourite is the latest contestant to be sent packing.

Sticks and Wombat finally score a win on The Block

Sticks and Wombat in their winning hallway in a scene from The Block.

MATES get in touch with their softer side to clinch victory.