February 2021

Published a story 27th Feb 2021 12:42 PM

One accommodation provider has grabbed the prized Easter “chocolates” by letting the Coast’s most expensive house for an eye-watering $72,500 a week.

Noosa Easter holiday renters egged on for $145k stay

One accommodation provider has grabbed the prized Easter “chocolates” by letting the Coast’s most expensive house for an eye-watering $72,500 a week.

Published a story 27th Feb 2021 8:17 AM

A class which shows how the gentle touch of 32 “access consciousness bars” or points on the head can banish those voices that tell people they are basically useless.

A touching therapy to shut down noisy brains

A class which shows how the gentle touch of 32 “access consciousness bars” or points on the head can banish those voices that tell people they are basically useless.

Published a story 26th Feb 2021 6:56 PM

A Noosa business leader believes a recommendation by senior council staff to retain entry levels as part of temporary events permits would create economic havoc.

So Tri-ing: Business leader warns of costly Noosa events cap

A Noosa business leader believes a recommendation by senior council staff to retain entry levels as part of temporary events permits would create economic havoc.

Published a story 26th Feb 2021 11:00 AM

An 11th hour move to “stop the clock” on the approval process for a $130 million retirement resort and golf club redevelopment was a first for senior council advisers.

Council blindsided by developer’s ‘unusual’ tactic

An 11th hour move to “stop the clock” on the approval process for a $130 million retirement resort and golf club redevelopment was a first for senior council advisers.

Published a story 25th Feb 2021 7:57 PM

A two-hectare Lake Weyba Dr block adjoining national park has raised Noosa Council planning concerns.

Plans for Noosaville subdivision beside national park

A two-hectare Lake Weyba Dr block adjoining national park has raised Noosa Council planning concerns.

Published a story 25th Feb 2021 2:09 PM

A Cooroy distillery could add up to eight positions if the Federal Government agreed to a “fairer” spirits tax.

Tax relief just the tonic for Cooroy distillery

A Cooroy distillery could add up to eight positions if the Federal Government agreed to a “fairer” spirits tax.

Published a story 25th Feb 2021 12:04 PM

While not quite a rival to the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, the Sunshine Coast’s “fabulous” celebration of the LGBTIQ community still has plenty to offer.

Fabulous festival focuses on more than Mardi Gras

While not quite a rival to the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, the Sunshine Coast’s “fabulous” celebration of the LGBTIQ community still has plenty to offer.

Published a story 24th Feb 2021 3:41 PM

The healing power of horses will help a circle of women overcome a year of excessive stress.

Horsing around ‘good medicine’ for daily stress

The healing power of horses will help a circle of women overcome a year of excessive stress.

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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?