August 2018

Published a story 14th Aug 2018 11:59 AM

CRUISING yachties are up in arms about council's decision to get tough on those flouting berthing regulations at Whitsunday public jetties.

Council public jetty rules has cruising yachties frustrated

CRUISING yachties are up in arms about council's decision to get tough on those flouting berthing regulations at Whitsunday public jetties.

Published a story 13th Aug 2018 2:58 PM

THE recent sale of three high-end properties speaks volumes on the growing confidence in the Whitsunday real estate market.

Multi-million dollar home-buyers target the Whitsundays

THE recent sale of three high-end properties speaks volumes on the growing confidence in the Whitsunday real estate market.

Published a story 13th Aug 2018 11:41 AM

THE identity of the mystery Proserpine mural artist has been revealed as Airlie Beach-based glazier, Martin Jegou.

Prossie streets are a blank canvas for Caribbean artist

THE identity of the mystery Proserpine mural artist has been revealed as Airlie Beach-based glazier, Martin Jegou.

Published a story 12th Aug 2018 12:56 PM

The Sea Eagles showed why they are sitting atop of the Mackay Allied Pickfords Cup in the second quarter to lead by 17 points at half time.

Sea Eagles take win in penultimate minor premiership match

The Sea Eagles showed why they are sitting atop of the Mackay Allied Pickfords Cup in the second quarter to lead by 17 points at half time.

Published a story 12th Aug 2018 11:21 AM

THE answering pennant has been flying over the Whitsunday Sailing Club indicating a postponement sailing during day three of competition during Race Week 2018.

Sailors wait for wind on day 3 of Airlie Beach Race Week

THE answering pennant has been flying over the Whitsunday Sailing Club indicating a postponement sailing during day three of competition during Race Week 2018.

Published a story 7th Aug 2018 12:00 PM

CANOES cut clean lines through near mirror-finished surface en route to officially welcome the Sea Shepherd's flagship to the Whitsundays.

Indigenous elder paddles to welcome Sea Shepherd flagship

CANOES cut clean lines through near mirror-finished surface en route to officially welcome the Sea Shepherd's flagship to the Whitsundays.

Published a story 6th Aug 2018 3:42 PM

WHITSUNDAY police are appealing for information after multiple businesses in Airlie Beach were broken into across the weekend.

Whitsunday CIB on the hunt for thieves after weekend rampage

WHITSUNDAY police are appealing for information after multiple businesses in Airlie Beach were broken into across the weekend.

Published a story 3rd Aug 2018 11:48 AM

A NEW wellness resort marketed at stressed executives, including 10 beach-side cabanas, sporting facilities and a cafe is planned for Hydeaway Bay.

Executive 'wellness' resort planned for Hydeaway Bay

A NEW wellness resort marketed at stressed executives, including 10 beach-side cabanas, sporting facilities and a cafe is planned for Hydeaway Bay.

Published a story 3rd Aug 2018 10:45 AM

REPORTS of a 1.5 metre freshwater crocodile swimming in Mullers Lagoon have prompted a warning from wildlife officers.

Department confirms croc sighting in Mullers Lagoon

REPORTS of a 1.5 metre freshwater crocodile swimming in Mullers Lagoon have prompted a warning from wildlife officers.

Published a story 2nd Aug 2018 2:26 PM

THE identity of the artist responsible for painting a sea turtle that appeared on the wall of a Proserpine business may not be known but one thing is very clear

Proserpine takes shine to newbie in street

THE identity of the artist responsible for painting a sea turtle that appeared on the wall of a Proserpine business may not be known but one thing is very clear

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