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Time for the dark beers

As the mercury drops, it’s time to change colour when it comes to beers. Well at least that’s what I do. In the cooler months, it’s the perfect time to sample some brews which aren’t light...

Noosa council services at Cooroy Library

Noosa Council’s customer service team has branched out into the hinterland with the launch of a new satellite help desk at Cooroy Library. Mayor Frank...

Community grants available

The Buderim Foundation has opened applications for its annual Community Grants Program for 2024, with grants of up to $10,000 available for local organisations...

Community support for those struggling

Another community on the Sunshine Coast is opening its arms - and pantries - to...

CPR courses for Don’t Die July

Aussie ‘Police Rescue’ TV star and former military paramedics are amongst a group of ...

COTA leads the way in loneliness battle

Council on the Ageing (COTA) Queensland is the first peak body for Seniors Social Isolation...

Finding a place to help others

National Volunteering Week 20-26 May, is over but Sunshine Coast Mayor Rosanna Natoli said it’s...

Laidley Spring Festival to sparkle with Spring Magic

Shopping for beautiful blooms, presentations by guest speakers, hands-on workshops, and fossicking for precious gemstones...

Volunteering keeps Mary connected

It’s Wednesday night at St Peter’s Anglican Church in Maroochydore and Mary Norris is hard...

Prioritising aesthetic outcomes for skin cancers in cosmetically sensitive areas.

When diagnosed with a skin cancer in a cosmetically sensitive area it is important that...

We can’t find the will

Occasionally upon the death of a person, the location of their original Will may be...

Stay safe this winter

It’s that time of year again. The breeze is feeling cool and thermometer dips. Jumpers...