Gympie Cats farewell former coach, mate, brother

FAREWELL: "He made us all better, made us better footballers, we all felt we had to impress him.” Wayne Hollis

Cats show solidarity in the face of tragedy

Why the Qld media is letting farmers down

FIRST TIME AT THE BEACH: Children from Ilfracombe and Muttaburra schools from the Longreach region visited Rainbow Beach as part of the Bush Kids to the Beach fundraising effort.

Gympie group helping drought stricken of the west

Get ready to swelter in spring heatwave

You might want to head to the nearest body of water today.

Highs of up to 35 expected






Get the umbrellas ready, there's rain on the way

THE good news is it's going to rain. The bad news is no-one can guarantee how much we'll get.

Gympie West award their Aussies of August

OUTSTANDING: Gympie West's Aussies of the Month are: (Back from left) Mr Andy Troy and Jamie Wessels, (Middle) Talon Fordham, Blake Taylor, Locklan Chalmers and Vanessa Boyd, (Front) Marcella Kendall, Ryan Gilbert and Eamon Francis.

Students from Gympie West are rewarded for outstanding work

‘My soulmate’: Brent Forsyth’s partner's touching tribute

Sherri Dawson and Brent Forsyth

Heartbroken partner's touching tribute for Brent Forsyth

Widgee school celebrates 125 years

Olivia Elaine.

A very special birthday for one of Qld's oldest schools

The secret to a long marriage? There's no such thing

CHEERS: Bob and Shirley Blackburn celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary at Mothar Mountain Hall.

60 years later, and they're still going strong

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Angela's show explores funny side of heartbreak

ALMOST two years after her marriage broke down, Toowoomba woman Angela Ponting is using her heartbreak as inspiration for her very own cabaret show.

Gig Guide: What's on in Gympie this weekend

Get ready for a day of fun at the races this weekend

Your guide to local entertainment across Gympie this weekend

Best Day Trips: Sit back and relax at Tin Can

FUN IN THE SUN: Jasmine Kennedy and Kobi Geoghegan enjoying their day on the shores of Tin Can Bay.

A beautiful way to spend the school holidays

Gympie to bring back the BnS - faint-hearted need not apply

Get ready to get your B&S Ball on Gympie!

B&S Balls are not for the faint-hearted.

Is this the end of the 'mum and dad' business in Qld?

Coastal Hardware's Ian Rae shut down his store last year after 26 years in operation on the Sunshine Coast. Ian's store survived against the corporate giants until his retirement, but others have not been so lucky.

Consumers are preferring to shop at larger stores with more choice

iPhone 8: So what are the cheapest deals around?

So what's the best deal with the latest iphones

Comparison website has crunched the numbers

Gympie business awards: Find out who won the New Business of the Year Award

WINNERS: The New Business of the Year was Mama Dee's Kitchen represented by Daniel and Jason Kauffman (centre and right) and pictured with sponsor for this category Joanne Scott from USC.

We'll give you a hint... they make the best doughnuts in the biz

Millions at stake as RSL dispute looms

RSL ROW: Gympie RSL Club may merge with the Gympie Pines Golf Club and possibly other sporting groups.

Millions of dollars at stake in looming RSL split row

SkateZone grabs new business second prize

SkateZone's Darren Nyberg, who wasn't at the awards to accept the runner's-up prize for New Business of the Year on Saturday.

Find out what set SkateZone apart from the other finalists

Innovation gains cafe recognition

RUNNERS-UP: Marketing Campaign of the Year runners-up were Cafe by Farmer and Sun represented by Layton Waugh and Trena Waugh.

Find out which Gympie cafe has the second best marketing campaign

Gympie Times Race Day

Frock up for the Gympie Times Ladies Race Day

F-35 Strike Fighter

The F-35 Lightining II Joint strike fighter has led a protracted, troubled - and expensive - development.Source:Supplied

Lockheed Martin says it is the most advanced fighting machines ever built.

Pauline Hanson has a "Dirty Harry" moment

One Nation leader wants her gun license.

One Nation leader has "best day for 20 years" shooting guns at pistol range.

Quins mum: 'Hey Miranda Kerr, want to wife-swap with me?'

"WE'RE supposed to make an effort to look perfect for our husbands? I've got eight kids lady, getting out of bed is an effort."

RECIPE: Seasonal fruits make a super summery wine

Apricot and peach fruit wine.

Try this fermentation process for a fruity wine

RECIPE: Cream of the breakfast crop

The creamiest oat and rye porridge.

Old techniques produce great breakfast

Incest siblings recognised as parents in landmark court ruling

But unknown to them they shared the same mother.

RECIPE: No risking it with this biscuit

These delicious almond biscuits are perfect for a morning tea treat.

Perfect for morning tea or a Christmas gift

Beer drinkers are getting fruity fresh for summer

ON TAP: Pumpyard chef Garth Kelly and Corinne Browne test out the new Lime Lager.

Ipswich brewery whips up Lime Lager in time for scorcher weekend

Why '90s Hollywood heart-throb disappeared

IN THE late 90s, Casper star Devon Sawa was a teen heart throb beloved by millions of teenage girls. Then, he disappeared. Now he explains what happened.

Wengie now a Powerpuff Girl

Australian YouTube star Wengie  voices the new PowerPuff Girl Bliss.

Aussie makes debut as the fourth Powerpuff Girl

Wild HIMYM theory is blowing our minds

A new How I Met Your Mother fan theory would change a major plot point.

If this new theory is true, it’s opened up a whole new can of worms.

AFL player labels The Project racist after interview

Ex-Collingwood AFL player Heritier Lumumba held back tears on The Project describing the tag he carried around at the club. Picture: The Project/Channel 10

Heritier Lumumba went on the show to talk about racism

Downsizing doesn't mean doing without

Coast family ready to move ... around the corner

Design magnificence

Frank Macchia-designed house enjoys 270-degree coastal views

The simple mortgage fix that could save you thousands

Avoid interest-only loans or pay the price

No kitchen, no bathroom and $1 million price tag

70 Grantham St, Brunswick West, might look charming from the outside, but just wait until you venture in. Source:Supplied

Unlivable home still carries a $950,000 price tag

RAAF base to boost economy by $1.2B, create 2800 jobs

mberley in Queensland on 24 November 2016.

By 2020, 7000 people will be employed on site

12 new jobs in Gympie

These jobs have been listed in Gympie in the last week

The top 20 jobs that are most in demand in Australia

There are plenty of jobs for pizza cooks in Australia.

Finding a job depends greatly on where you're looking for one

Report indicates strong growth for construction industry

INCREASE: The construction industry is predicted to see escalated demand in future decades.

CONSTRUCTION in Queensland and NSW will continue to increase.

Massive solar farm to provide 250 jobs

FRV's Moree Solar Farm.

The 148MW farm is being built on a disused mango farm

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Kia Stinger road test: Is beauty deeper than the metal?

The Kia Stinger will arrive in Australian showrooms from October 1.

We're going to the race track in a Kia. Yep, it's no joke.

Object of desire: 2018 Kia Stinger launched

The mid-range Kia Stinger Si will officially reach showrooms on October 1.

First drive of this year's most anticipated car.

Vic police replace Commodores and Falcons with BMWs

How the Victoria Police BMW 530d highway patrol sedan could look.

Europeans set to replace V8 pursuit cars.

Teenagers distracting their drivers

Texting while driving. Photo: Warren Lynam / Sunshine Coast Daily

RACQ study reveals 85% of respondents are distracting passengers.

Need a VIP chauffeur? Don's the man for the Games

HOT WHEELS: Warwick car enthusiast Don Hughes has been selected as a volunteer driver for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

Car enthusiast turns VIP chauffeur for major sporting event

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