SUNSHINE Coast drivers who failed to keep left on multi-lane roads were slapped with more than $6000 in fines last year.
RURAL residents are tired of being last-in-line behind their coast counterparts when roadworks are done.
A COMPREHENSIVE strategy for the Sunshine Coast’s 600km of dirt roads is a welcome relief for councillor Greg Rogerson.
THE Sunshine Coast’s worst roads will be put under the microscope in a new plan to improve the most dangerous of the 600km of the region’s unsealed roads.
SURROUNDED by the mountainous greenery of the Buderim hills, John Anderson had a sinking feeling his home would be in Mother Nature’s firing line.
A MIGHTY cast of actors and would-be stage stars are expected to enlist for a Sunshine Coast dedication to the brave soldiers of the First World War.
TWO mothers, two sons killed, zero justice.
MORE than 450mm of pounding rain has stirred the foundations of many Coast roads and the pothole problem is expected to get worse.
THIS particular evening was to be our family Christmas gathering at our home in Eumundi.
JANET Rogers is now finally comfortable returning to the scene of a hit-and-run.
After completing a journalism degree at the University of the Sunshine Coast, I joined the Sunshine Coast Daily in 2010. As the Daily’s police reporter, the round is unprectible, diverse and challenging, but also exciting and is a dream position for me. In between heading to emergency incidents, I love getting the chance to write about amateur and professional theatre and the arts. I’ve also worked in various community roles at the Caboolture News, Buderim Chronicle and Caloundra Weekly. Having worked in several close-knit communities, I have a passion for getting down to issues at a grassroots level and getting to know the Coast and its people. Also a lover of performing arts, movies, sushi, travel, days spent by the pool and reality television. Phone: (07) 5430 8074 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org