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Mon 22 Jul 2019

Recycling scheme hits two billion

premium_icon Recycling scheme hits two billion

Milestone reached as more people return and earn to cash in on waste

Buderim Views residents went dotty over Naidoc Week

premium_icon Buderim Views residents went dotty over Naidoc Week

BUDERIM Views aged-care residents celebrated Naidoc Week by joining in and sharing Indigenous culture and traditions.

Oriana Concert Choir voices travel near and far

premium_icon Oriana Concert Choir voices travel near and far

SOUTHEAST Queensland music lovers will have the jump on Italian audiences in hearing a sacred music program from the Sunshine Coast Oriana Concert Choir.

Rotary club of Caloundra Pacific hosts changeover dinner

premium_icon Rotary club of Caloundra Pacific hosts changeover dinner

THE Rotary Club of Caloundra Pacific has held its Presidents Changeover Dinner at the Caloundra Golf Club.

$6m work being delivered to Gympie in next three months

premium_icon $6m work being delivered to Gympie in next three months

The region is about to have a wealth of new recreational playgrounds to enjoy.

Bombers soar over ATW in 121 point demolition

premium_icon Bombers soar over ATW in 121 point demolition

Hervey Bay Bombers routed the ATW Eagles with a 121-point demolition in the Wide Bay AFL on Saturday afternoon, winning 21.18-144 to 3.5-23.

Seagulls ride waves for win in Dale Hopgood Memorial match

premium_icon Seagulls ride waves for win in Dale Hopgood Memorial match

The Hervey Bay Seagulls upset Across the Waves Tigers 21-18 on Saturday night to reclaim the Dale Hopgood Shield.

Matches too close to call in Wide Bay Premier League

premium_icon Matches too close to call in Wide Bay Premier League

Sunbury proved on Saturday night that no team is unbeatable in the Wide Bay Premier League this season.

Hervey Bay secures future Grand Prix volleyball

premium_icon Hervey Bay secures future Grand Prix volleyball

Round three of the Grand Prix Volleyball series held in Hervey Bay over the weekend has proven successful for the local association.

Fraser Coasters winning the support of the community

premium_icon Fraser Coasters winning the support of the community

The Fraser Coasters proved scores and scoreboards are not necessarily the only way you can win in sport

ARRESTED: Bay teens charged over three-day crime spree

premium_icon ARRESTED: Bay teens charged over three-day crime spree

Two teenagers from Eli Waters accused of armed robbery and stealing a car during an alleged three-day crime spree have been arrested

Noosa Tigers have eyes on flag after bagging minor title

premium_icon Noosa Tigers have eyes on flag after bagging minor title

"That (two-week break) might be a good thing for us, it might go against us but we wanted to finish on top (of the ladder) and secure that home (semi) final.”

Mid-season recruit stars as Rip City bags crucial derby win

premium_icon Mid-season recruit stars as Rip City bags crucial derby win

Jerron Jamerson looms as a key player for the team during the last couple of rounds of the regular season and potentially into the eight-team play-offs.

Grit from Falcons without key players

premium_icon Grit from Falcons without key players

The Falcons still got the job done and in comprehensive fashion.

Fire are teetering after mauling from Strikers

premium_icon Fire are teetering after mauling from Strikers

The Fire succumbed to a 14-goal loss and a 13-goal defeat last year and avoided relegation. They're on track to be dropped this time around.

Pilots soar to Toowoomba for new aviation degree

Pilots soar to Toowoomba for new aviation degree

NEW degree for one of the world's fastest growing industries.

CARPORT DISASTER: Demolish it or face court, says council

premium_icon CARPORT DISASTER: Demolish it or face court, says council

AN EAST Lismore couple will be forced to decide between demolishing their carport or a legal battle after this council decision.

Top ten fantastic things to do this week

premium_icon Top ten fantastic things to do this week

ENJOY things from author talks, hounds on film and eats and beats.

Nursery giant's plans could affect water, views on Plateau

premium_icon Nursery giant's plans could affect water, views on Plateau

RESIDENTS have raised concerns about water usage and loss of amenity in response to a wholesale nursery supplier's $2 million development application.

Works to continue on foreshore improvements this week

premium_icon Works to continue on foreshore improvements this week

THE work involves constructing a new roundabout at Lennox Head.

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