24 January






5% chance of rain


25 January





Mostly sunny

20% chance of rain


26 January





Mostly sunny

20% chance of rain


27 January





Late shower

50% chance of rain

'Brake! Brake!' Beach driving goes wrong

BEACH driving can be a tricky business. Watch as four-wheel-drivers hitting the sand at Inskip Point find out getting a tow out of a jam can make things worse.

Boat found in mangroves of coastal creek

The Coastguard kept a close eye on safety, checking Ross Creek with the approaching king tide looming on Sunday.
Photo Trish Bowman / Capricorn Coast Mirror

Boat owner expected to try and retrieve today

WATCH: Why big wave days should be declared a holiday

DROUGHT BREAKS: Big waves return to Noosa Heads.

Schoolkids and tradies should really be given the day off

They're on the chew and anglers on the Coast are loving it

BIG HAUL: Kevin from Melbourne had a fight on his hands after hooking on to this solid golden trevally.

Let's have a look at this week's fishing report

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FISHING: Want to know the pick of the spots?

A fine Finlay's reef cobia caught by Matthew Gordon

'The guys who watch their sounders get the best results.'

Red throat and emperor on the bite out wide

Clayton Burke with a quality red caught over the Christmas break.

Some of the best fish have been caught at various tides and times

'It was scary': fisherman reels in a shark

Cameron Bennett caught two sharks at Evans Head on Thursday.

Tale to tell after toothy catch hooked at popular fishing spot

CQ FISHING FOCUS: Rain flushes creeks sending mudcrabs into deep water

Half a pilly does the trick for Mark Thompson at the Keppels producing this fine trout

Scotty Lynch says mudcrabs are taking centre stage.

Good time to fish the creeks after rain flushes the Fitzroy

WHOPPER CATCH: Connor Duffy from Frogleys Offshore caught this quality red emperor on light gear.

Reports of cobia in around the islands, as well as tuna and mackerel

Shoalwater Bay expansion to have ripple impact on fishing

Clint Waldon whose family owns and runs a large scale commercial fishing operation at Bald Hills station.

Ripple impact would see double amount of fishing in other areas

Illegal campers defy ban and return to private property

COMMITTED campers intent on beachfront views are continuing to ignore private property signs and pitch their tents and parking their vans at Norval Park.

Chile: Patagonia draws you in

A guanaco in front of the plains and mountains of the Torres del Paine hike.

You'll find it's no breeze, but it's well worth the hike

Boy's kayak stolen just days before Christmas

MISSING: Richard's first and only photo in his kayak.

Boy's kayak stolen just before Christmas

Lynette Daley's accused killers plead not guilty

Two men face charges over the death of Lynette Daley (pictured).

Two men plead not guilty over camping trip death of Maclean woman

Camp cooking pasta with Roothy's LowRange crew

Roothy's cooking - it's enough to bowl you over.

Roothy's camp cooked lamb secrets

Roothy ready to get cooking on the campfire

John Rooth lets you in on some tasty tricks.

Roothy vs rissoles

John Rooth and the boys check out camp-cooked rhino rissoles and offer a challenge...