March 2015

Published a story 5th Mar 2015 9:26 AM

YOUTH unemployment and broken households are causing a rising level of drug abuse, homelessness and mental health issues among Sunshine Coast youth.

Lack of jobs key to youth issues

YOUTH unemployment and broken households are causing a rising level of drug abuse, homelessness and mental health issues among Sunshine Coast youth.

Published a story 3rd Mar 2015 7:55 AM

THE services of special pups like Champ rely on extraordinary people like John Loxton to remain viable.

Champ listens to his master’s voice

THE services of special pups like Champ rely on extraordinary people like John Loxton to remain viable.

February 2015

Published a story 21st Feb 2015 12:09 AM

NAME any household job fit for a tradie and these independent ladies can probably do it.

Buderim Men's Shed runs workshop for women

NAME any household job fit for a tradie and these independent ladies can probably do it.

Published a story 11th Feb 2015 11:42 AM

A CENTURY ago more than 400,000 young men were enlisted to fight for their country.

Enlist for part in show

A CENTURY ago more than 400,000 young men were enlisted to fight for their country.

January 2015

Published a story 28th Jan 2015 6:42 AM

FOUR months after lifesaving heart surgery, Dave “Super Chappy” Larkin was back at school ready to greet Preppies on their first day.

Chappy Dave back with kids after cheating death

FOUR months after lifesaving heart surgery, Dave “Super Chappy” Larkin was back at school ready to greet Preppies on their first day.

October 2014

Published a story 17th Oct 2014 11:38 PM

MAROOCHYDORE and Sippy Downs police are reversing the rate of number-plate thefts in a bid to deter serious crime.

One-way screws fight plate thefts

MAROOCHYDORE and Sippy Downs police are reversing the rate of number-plate thefts in a bid to deter serious crime.

Published a story 17th Oct 2014 11:19 PM

EMERGING STUDENTS will be able to get a feel for their future careers with the expansion of a program that blurs the lines between high school and tertiary.

Program offers lesson in university study

EMERGING STUDENTS will be able to get a feel for their future careers with the expansion of a program that blurs the lines between high school and tertiary.

Published a story 17th Oct 2014 10:22 PM

AS SARAH Barden battled stage three breast cancer, all she craved was normality, to be treated the way she was before her diagnosis.

Yearning for normality after cancer led to Beautiful You

AS SARAH Barden battled stage three breast cancer, all she craved was normality, to be treated the way she was before her diagnosis.

Published a story 13th Oct 2014 8:04 AM

MENTAL illness is more common than cancer and will affect about 60,000 people on the Sunshine Coast this year – yet few of us talk about it.

It will affect 60,000 on the Coast yet no one talks about it

MENTAL illness is more common than cancer and will affect about 60,000 people on the Sunshine Coast this year – yet few of us talk about it.

Published a story 13th Oct 2014 7:06 AM

ESCAPING a home of domestic violence to find no safe housing available is the stark reality thousands of women and children are facing.

Project helping victims of domestic violence

ESCAPING a home of domestic violence to find no safe housing available is the stark reality thousands of women and children are facing.

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