Independent and FREE - 2021 Best Online Publication


Independent and FREE – 2021 Best Online Publication (Qld Country Press)



‘Means so much’: vital grant gets elderly rolling

A novel cycling group for older people is among several not-for-profit community groups set to benefit from a funding boost. Sunshine Coast Council has announced more than $604,000 will support 84 local projects in its latest Major Grants round. Caloundra-based Cycling Without Age received more than $7000 to purchase a trailer More

Way we were: calendar takes us on a stroll down memory lane

Some classic photos, including beachgoers in the 1920s and picnickers in the 1950s, More

Export excellence: Coast business claims state award

A Sunshine Coast business, which provides beef to McDonald's, has claimed a coveted More

Get Ready Week: residents warned to be prepared

Sunshine Coast residents are being urged to be ensure they are prepared for More

IN PHOTOS: Coast honours its Tokyo stars

A host of the region's star athletes, who represented Australia at the Tokyo More

Elite sports hub: rugby giants latest to camp on Coast

The Sunshine Coast has become the go-to place for leading sports teams to More

Updated flood mapping outlines risk levels in region

Sunshine Coast Council’s updated flood mapping means landowners and homeowners for the first More

Climate change survey to help shape region’s future

Sunshine Coast and Noosa Shire councils are urging residents to share their thoughts More

Exploring how we can make the most of 2032 Games

The region’s government and business leaders have explored how the Sunshine Coast can More

Library starts bold new chapter with refurbishment

The finishing touches will be made to the Nambour and Heritage Library this More

The companies highlighting our export potential

Two Sunshine Coast companies, including one that supplies beef to McDonald's, are vying More

Watch out for wildlife: these animals are on the move

Residents are being urged to be alert when out and about, with wildlife More

Coast split over mass transit as public feedback revealed

After months of anticipation, the Sunshine Coast Council has finally released the results More

Your stories. Your community. Your Voice.

Your stories. Your community. Your Voice.

Buderim stage named after much-loved musician

An Australian music legend who was at home on the stage has been More

Thought-provoking display examines climate change

Six leading Queensland artists have presented a creative and "thought-provoking" response to the More

New $1.65m meeting place in the heart of growing town

A new $1.65million meeting place in the Sunshine Coast hinterland is expected to More

Council’s ‘most aggressive step’ against quarry

Noosa Mayor Clare Stewart says "enough is enough" and the council will “fight More

Shake-up of Coast’s biggest music festival line-up

An exciting new line-up will feature at The Caloundra Music Festival in October. The More

New carnival celebrates culture, league and region

A new Indigenous rugby league carnival is set to attract almost 30 teams More

Popular First Nations event makes welcome return

A popular First Nations community event, postponed due to COVID restrictions earlier in More

Council internship can be a career game-changer

Sunshine Coast university and TAFE students have been encouraged to kick-start their careers More

Shipwreck tribute and skate park create unique facility

Maritime heritage and skate culture have converged in a major upgrade of the More