Why Noosa Council is warning residents the risk of fire is far from over and won’t be for a long time.
Increased humidity may be a saving factor as the Sunshine Coast faces a heightened fire risk due to rising temperatures and north westerly winds.
The Bureau of Meteorology is warning of a renewed fire risk with temperatures and winds set to rise considerably in southeast Queensland.
The near catastrophy of this week should be sharpening politicians’ focus on climate change. Our brave fire fighters on the front line deserve nothing less Bill Hoffman says.
Fire crews will remain in Peregian and on the fire ground over the coming days as life returns to normal after a near disaster.
A Sunshine Coast doctor fears the health impacts of bushfires will intensify if climate change is not addressed.
Community groups demand more sustainable solution than ocean discharge for the removal of ponded PFAS-water from runway construction site.
The pressure is off as firefighters bring the Peregian blaze under control after a 48-hour battle for life and property.
Favourable overnight conditions provided a real win for firefighters battling to contain the Peregian blaze, but it’s not over yet
How strategy, planning, luck and a thousand moments of individual courage saved the Sunshine Coast.
Whether taking on developers hell-bent on destroying the Coast’s natural appeal or a Prime Minister indifferent to the plight of the poor, Bill Hoffman has never been one to mince his words. Bill’s been a journalist for 32 years, 29 of those on the Coast. Love him or hate him, he'll get you blogging.