Coast judge tells drug dealer he has 'good business model'

Maroochydore trafficker may have a brain for business

Gympie link to Phantom's first new adventure in years

Paul Mason has illustrated the latest Phantom comic.

500 years ago on a remote Bengali beach...

Gympie's great fly debate: do we have a problem?

BUZZ OFF: Some residents say the flies have become particularly bad since the rain.

Residents say there is a problem, but few complaints made.






Normanby Hill Remembrance Park a delight to behold

Letter from WWII veteran Richard Cumming thanks council and contractors for Normanby Hill maintenance

We will pause, reflect and remember them today

For the family of Corporal Ashley Birt, beloved Gympie son who was killed in 2011 in Afghanistan, it will no doubt be a difficult day.

Charity morning tea ramping up

IT'S hotting up for this year's Australia's Biggest Morning Tea at Widgee with a fabulous array of prizes already lined up for this big event.

Gympie campaigner sharing the dignity

HELPING OUT: Gympie woman Rochelle Davey is looking to Share the Dignity by asking for donations of sanitary napkins and feminine hygiene products to be distributed to victims of domestic violence or homelessness or financial hardship.

Can you help Rochelle Davey bring dignity to women in need?

Gallery: Gympie commemorates Anzac Day

Gympie's Anzac Day Dawn Services, at Memorial Lane and Normanby Hill.

Photos from the two Dawn Services this morning

Dr who sued hospital and failed to foot legal bill

Dr Navin Naidoo.

The former Gympie Hospital doctor sued Queensland Health, doctor

Up in the air: Gympie WWII Vet recalls his service

LOOKING BACK: Vern Lilley, the last WWII veteran in Gympie.

Air crew deployment took Vern across the world

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Grinspoon is happy to help with flood appeal

"LISMORE is the birthplace of Grinspoon, so we owe that community a lot."

Play School live concert coming to Fraser Coast

Come and celebrate with Big Ted, Little Ted, Humpty and Jemima at the Birthday Party for Play School.

Find out when and where to get tickets.

Toowoomba woman's Africa trip to share song

HERE TO HELP: Women in Harmony music director Elaine Coates (right) will travel to Uganda later this year to work with the African Children's Choir. Former members of the choir travelled to Toowoomba to perform last year incuding Elizabeth Panga (left) and tour manager Abraham Kiyingi.

A Toowoomba woman is preparing for a trip of a lifetime

ANZAC DAY: Where and when to see the RAAF flypasts

The F/A-18F's will start to fly over Rainbow Beach about 10.21am on Tuesday.

RAAF pilots will be seen in the Gympie region skies this morning

What's open on Anzac Day around Gympie

Commemoration Service at Gympie's Normanby Hill Remembrance Park for the 100 years of Anzac 1915-2015

Convenience stores, coffee shops, hotels, chemists and bottle shops

Rumours swirl...but Kmart puts it to bed (again)

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Desperate Gympie shoppers cry out with online petition

Rainbow Beach proprietors unite after years of bickering

UNITED FRONT: Team Rainbow Beach president Michael Read, secretary Rachel Croker and marketing manager Daryl Gauld.

Meet the new team bringing Rainbow's businesses together

Gympie kitchen shop almost gone

The shelves are quickly becoming bare as shoppers grab the closing down bargains at Kitch'n Things in Gympie.

It's the end of an era for Kitch'n Things in Gympie.

Worked over the Easter long weekend? Better check your pay slip

Have you been paid what you should have for shifts over the Easter long weekend?

"It is against the law to get short-changed on penalty rates

So, what's going on at the Nestle factory?

THE BIG LIFT: Structures being added to the Nestle factory in Gympie.

Speculation abounds as large new building takes shape

'Let the kids have as much sugar as they want'

BABYSITTERS aren’t usually encouraged to care for kids with lots of sugar and screen time, but that’s what one young girl was told to do.

IVF babies 3 times more likely to develop cancer: study

A new study has found some concerning implications for IVF babies

Mum’s warning: ‘Buying cheaper nappies just isn’t worth it’

Lilly was in agony from the burning rash. Source: Kidspot

"People need to be aware about using cheap products."

Clive Palmer's weight loss almost at 60kg

A much thinner Clive Palmer.

Palmer just five kilos short of goal

The exercises that will improve your immunity

Vanessa McKinnon, 24, does weights at Healthworks Fitness, Teneriffe.

DOCTORS could soon be prescribing three sets of bench presses

Miss Universe stage 'nothing like the movies'

COMPEITION READY: Aquila Bergstrom is vying for shot at the Miss Universe Australia crown.

Coast beauty vies for Miss Universe Australia chance

Matt Preston tucks into ninth season of MasterChef

MasterChef judge Matt Preston returns for a ninth season of the reality cooking show.

Humble vegetable is set to get a makeover on popular cooking show.

Bill Cosby: Embattled comic breaks silence on future

BILL Cosby has broken his two-year silence to say he is completely blind and working on new jokes in the hope of performing again.

Shania Twain to drop first album in 15 years

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Shania Twain is about to drop her first album since 2002.

What's on the big screen this week

Dave Bautista and Pom Klementieff in a scene from Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2.

GUARDIANS of the Galaxy is back with even more laughs.

Flamboyant British judge joins new season of House Rules

Laurence Llewelyn Bowen joins Channel Seven's House Rules.

Designer Laurence Llewelyn Bowen joins Seven's reality reno show

Couple gets rich renovating run-down city homes

RENO RADICALS: Baden and Nelson Marino-Hall have turned three Toowoomba homes around for profit, saying the Garden City was a haven for renovators like themselves.

The couple has already turned around three homes

Townhouse pitch raises questions over 'high density'

BIG PLANS: Residents have a chance to offer their opinion on plans to build 42 townhouses at Raceview.

Developer plans 42 townhouses for Ipswich suburb

7 million dollar city homes for sale right now

3 Keira Court, Blue Mountain Heights.

Here are seven of Toowoomba's best, and most expensive, houses

'Raping and pillaging': Landlord's anger with nightmare cost

Chris Duane, who is chairman of the body corporate for Terralina Court, says insurance companies are charging too much for premiums.

BODY corporate boss unleashes on huge costs dumped on home owners.

Lisa Curry and fiance sell up Sunshine Coast property

I'm a Celebrity, Get me Out of Here! contestant Lisa Curry with partner Mark Tabone after being evicted from the South African jungle. Picture: Dylan Robinson ***EMBARGOED 7:30pm March 9th***

Plans for dream home on hold at Mount Mellum place on market

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Adani reveals where CQ workers can find a job in 'months'

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ADANI CEO reveals exactly where it will post all its job ads.

'Screw it': 640 job applications but still no work

THAT'S A NO: Joshua Mitchell has applied for 640 jobs and had just two interviews.

Is this Queensland's unluckiest job seeker?

Jobs, jobs, jobs: 15 vacancies available in Gympie right now

JOBS JOBS JOBS: Here are just a few of the employment opportunities going in Gympie at the moment.

Here are just some of the jobs you can apply for in Gympie right now

Plenty of jobs for tradies in wake of Cyclone Debbie

15/07/02 110966 Building industry, tradesmans toolbelt. Photo Brett Wortman / Sunshine Coast Daily

An army of tradies is expected to head to cyclone-ravaged regions

428 jobs found for unemployed in Wide Bay

Queensland Employment Minister Grace Grace

428 jobs found in the Wide Bay

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Hard not to love: Mazda MX-5 RF road test and review

Superb as a faux Coupe, the Mazda MX-5 Retractable Fastback has a beautifully folding hardtop and delivers the same brilliant drive as its soft top cousin.

Mazda’s MX-5 RF offers both hard top and open air motoring pleasure

We don't recommend this for boat transport....

A motorist carried a boat in the back of a van while driving on Vanderlin Dr in Darwin.

“I said look, look, look at the van. There’s a boat inside it."

High flying Ford Mondeo gets refreshed for 2017

FALCON'S SHADOW: Range-wide revised equipment levels for the 2017 Ford Mondeo with new alloys, better infotainment and funky new colour

2017 updates for Ford's family sedans and wagons

Mercedes points to its compact future with Concept A sedan

SMOOTH: Concept A is basically an A Class four-door sedan, and looks like an attractive evolution of the current CLA shape.

Merc boosts its compacts with Concept A

Mazda2 facelift road test and review: a safe bet

REVISED MAZDA2: Prices remain the same but facelift delivers welcome technology updates to popular compact.

Chart-topper Mazda2 even safer bet

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