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2015/04/27 06:17
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IF you see smoke in Nambour on Tuesday, don't stress it's a planned burn. The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service will conduct a planned burn at Ferntree Creek National Park, bordering Munda Road...
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2015/04/27 06:17
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A FOOD Tourism Forum called Food for Thought - aimed at raising the Sunshine Coast profile as a food tourism destination - will be held on Thursday. Sunshine Coast Destination Limited, in partnership...
2015/04/27 04:17
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RUGBY LEAGUE: Don't be surprised if there's a push for golden point to be introduced into this year's Caloundra RSL Cup. Another draw might be too much for Northern Outlaws fans to bear. The...
2015/04/27 03:17
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SEQWATER is undertaking a river bank stabilisation project to improve water quality for the community of Kenilworth. Work to stabilise the eroding river bank on the Mary River at Kenilworth will get...
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HORSE RACING: Highly rated young hoop Luke Tarrant did nothing to harm his prospects of picking up some big Winter Carnival rides, after a strong performance against a quality Corbould Park...
2015/04/27 03:17
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Sunshine Coast homeowners have been urged to get ready early for bushfire season. Residents can expect to see more hazard reduction burns in their area, undertaken by the Rural Fire Service...
2015/04/27 02:34
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Sunshine Coast councillors have voted against changing the town plan in a move which ultimately blocks the proposed Sekisui House development in its current form. A packed gallery gathered to hear...
2015/04/27 00:36
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FOUR-year-old gelding True Prince scored its first win in almost a year at the Lismore Turf Club TAB meeting yesterday. True Prince ($5) took out the $15,000 Benchmark 50 Handicap (1400m) for Eagle...
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2015/04/27 00:23
2015/04/27 00:23
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THE Sunshine Coast RACQ CareFlight Rescue crew spent much of Anzac Day in the skies airlifting four back to back patients from 9am on Saturday. A Murgon teenager was the first patient airlifted on...
2015/04/26 22:38
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Australia remains one of the most popular tourist destinations for Japanese travellers. In 2014, about 340,000 Japanese visited Australia, generating more than $1.3 billion in total expenditure,...
2015/04/26 22:36
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A POWERFUL short film detailing a family's horror at receiving a dreaded final telegram from the shores of Gallipoli introduced what was an emotional dawn service. The Telegram Man, featuring actors...
2015/04/26 20:53
2015/04/26 20:53
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Over the past several years the numbers of people who gathered around a little pine tree in Wombat for Anzac Day has slowly risen from around 18. Wreaths were laid at the memorial beneath the pine...
2015/04/26 20:36
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TEWANTIN siblings Brayden, Isayah and Sienna Young are learning the value of a dollar early in life. The youngsters - aged 7, 6 and 4 - earn $5 pocket money each a week in exchange for doing jobs...
2015/04/26 20:36
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IN HIS quest to paddle the length of the longest river in each continent, Mark Kalch has encountered everything from deadly whitewater rapids to trigger-happy cocaine traffickers. But don't tell his...
2015/04/26 20:17
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AS FAR as tragedies go, it wasn't a bad year on Sunshine Coast beaches. But everyone involved in the surf life saving movement will tell you that even one death is too many. This season, the Coast...
2015/04/26 19:57
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A FORMER Sunshine Coast man trapped in a legal minefield in Sri Lanka has sent desperate pleas for help to political leaders on both sides of the Indian Ocean. But Dusan Jacenko fears his case is...
2015/04/26 19:17
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SITTING at Cairns airport waiting to come home provided a few moments for senior Western Pride footballer Lincoln Rule to reflect. His verdict was a positive one. It was the first time this season...
2015/04/26 19:17
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FEARS are held for the lives of children travelling to an orphanage established by Noosa musician Oz Bayldon in Nepal following the weekend's major earthquake. About 20 of Mr Bayldon's friends are...
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2015/04/26 19:17
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TRIATHLON: In an ongoing battle with fatigue, 2012 ironman world champion Pete Jacobs admits he's "tired of being tired" and is set to change his ways in the sport. The 33-year-old has struggled with...
2015/04/26 11:23
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TOOWOOMBA's quest for a third-straight Queensland open men's hockey championship is coming along nicely at Clyde Park. The home side went unbeaten through the pool stages at the weekend to book a...
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