Sekisui House will push ahead in a bid to convince Sunshine Coast Council to alter the planning scheme to fit its development ambitions at Yaroomba
Maleny is beginning to prove a popular election campaign trail stop over with Senator Nick Xenophon this weekend following a visit by Labor's Andrew Leigh
TWENTY two Coalition and Labor politicians retire at this election their futures secured by generous taxpayer-funded retirement packages.
The Queensland government says the south-east corner's population will grow by two million in the next 25 years and 900,000 more homes will be needed.
FAIRFAX and Fisher attracted a combined 18 candidates to the 2013 federal election - this time around, so far, there are nine
Coast businesswoman delivers English language education to refugees trapped on the Syrian-Lebanes border calls for greater compassion from our government
"So now the demonisation is dole cheating illiterate, innumerate job thieves. Is there a Python in the..."
"So what is it Dazzat? Stealing our jobs, robbing our welfare, both, as well as blowing up our cities?..."
Federal health funding cuts to the states will have serious ramifications for regional hospitals around Australia including Nambour which would lose $400m.
Should new Sunshine Coast Hospital emergency department be named for Lilli Sweet, a six-year-old girl who died because of systemic failures in health system?
Whether taking on developers hell-bent on destroying the Coast’s natural appeal or a Prime Minister indifferent to the plight of the poor, Bill Hoffman has never been one to mince his words. Bill’s been a journalist for 32 years, 29 of those on the Coast. Love him or hate him, he'll get you blogging.