THOR, put away your bloody hammer. That summed up the sentiment as a staggering 39,000 lightning strikes hit south-east Queensland.
YEARS ago, we reported on a self-made millionaire who lamented that Australians had lost the art of dreaming big.
THEY say lightning never strikes the same place twice. But any visitor to this spot will know that's just not true.
IT’S appalling that some women in Australia don’t feel safe to take a run in their own streets.
FOR an entry level camera with a price tag of around $500, Nikon’s D3400 is certainly worth considering as a first choice in a DSLR.
THREE decades ago today I walked into the Sunshine Coast Daily newsroom, dressed in a grey suit with a thin red tie, ready to take on the world.
Apple’s Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro promises to finally answer the critics. But is it any good? Or just a gimmick?
WHEN the surf's up on the Sunshine Coast, it really should be declared a public holiday.
IMAGINE a world where young kids can not only play games on their iPads but create them.
BATTLEFIELD 1 is so much more than a game. It’s a powerful story of the brutality of war.
Mark Furler is APN Australian Regional Media’s group digital editor. He’s an award-winning journalist who has lived and worked on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast for more than 25 years. He’s passionate about fighting for a better go for locals. His awards include APN Editor of the Year, and involvement in three PANPA Newspaper of the Year wins for the Sunshine Coast Daily.