JACK Parry would have been proud.
A MASS search has started through the power of social media for a Sunshine Coast family's missing war medal.
KARAWATHA St at Buderim is blocked to traffic after a two-car crash this morning.
IT is when we feel their spirit the most. That moment of darkness, just before dawn.
AFTER more than 1000 inspections of restaurants, cafes and mobile food venues Sunshine Coast business owners have come up clean as a whistle.
A MUD-soaked trinket box holds a collection of precious jewellery, waiting to be claimed.
A CLOUD of smoke coming from a car window could cost the blower $227.
IN 1918 a Victorian soldier was awarded a British War Medal for his efforts in serving in the First World War.
EMERGENCY services have shutdown a Nambour intersection after a man was struck by a bus.
THERE were no skeletons in this closet, but there was certainly a slippery surprise waiting between the clothes.
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