Hats on to beating cancer at Widgee

COME ONE, COME ALL: Lynlie Cross places another sign at Widgee, letting everyone know its time for Widgee Craft Group's annual Australia's Biggest Morning Tea.

Widgee Craft Group ready for big cancer morning tea

What to expect at Birds of Tokyo's Ipswich gig

The band will perform at the Racehorse Hotel on Friday.

BAND member Glen Sarangapany talks music, pub grub and doing shoeys

What's on day three of the Gympie Show?

Fire Works light the night at the 2017 Gympie Show.

All the entertainment on the final day of the Show.

Winter's coming, and Mary St celebrations not far behind

Adelaide Gutmanis revelling in the decorated trees from Winter on Mary.

Cold nights and short days means Winter on Mary's on the way.

Region's young brains take on Maths Team Challenge

James Nash State High School teacher Michael Price with student Rhys Naidoo at last year's Maths Challenge.

James Nash High hosts Maths Team Challenge

Friday at the Show: what's on?

Jade Godfrey filling up the slushies for the Gympie Show, which enters day two tomorrow.

Entertainment program for day two of the Gympie Show.

Sacred Concert

Sacred concert by Gympie Choral Group at St. Peter's Anglican Church on Sunday, 11th June at 2 pm. Afternoon tea provided after concert. Admission by donation

Cuppa & Cuddles at Camelot

Get up close with the Camelot Dairies Camels
Take some photos & talk to the farmers
Enjoy a morning tea & sample the produce

Get up close with the Camelot Dairies Camels Take some photos & talk to the...

Classics at Cooran

The Davonski Concert Orchestra presents an entertaining program of well know classics from  Mozart to Leonard Cohen.  (Afternoon Tea included)

The Davonski Concert Orchestra presents an entertaining program of well know...

Prince and Princess Race - King of the Mountain

Aimed at children aged 9-13, Registrations are now open for the Prince and Princess Race as part of the King of the Mountain Festival 2017.

Aimed at children aged 9-13, Registrations are now open for the Prince and Princess...

Poker Run

Motorcycle enthusiasts to support local charities in annual Poker Run while enjoying a scenic ride through the beautiful Noosa Hinterland.

Motorcycle enthusiasts to support local charities in annual Poker Run while...

Eumundi Drive-in: Footloose + Saturday Night Fever

Starry Nights Outdoor Movies presents FOOTLOOSE and SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER in a double-feature screening at the Eumundi Drive-in on Saturday 27 May

Starry Nights Outdoor Movies presents FOOTLOOSE and SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER in a...

Eumundi Drive-in: Footloose + Saturday Night Fever

Starry Nights Outdoor Movies presents FOOTLOOSE and SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER in a double-feature screening at the Eumundi Drive-in on Saturday 27 May

Starry Nights Outdoor Movies presents FOOTLOOSE and SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER in a...

Surfing: Where to start when you don't know how

PART 1: Learn the basics of surfing with Robbie and Carlene Sherwell, of XL Surfing Academy in this series aimed at getting you in the water.

VIDEO: Coast's best, secret freshwater swimming holes

Making the most of rock pools on the Sunshine Coast.

All most people want to do during the heatwave is cool off

Guiding gala day in Gympie

BIRTHDAY WISHES: Gympie Girl Guides leader Leonora Cox with the 90th birthday cake.

Gympie girl guides celebrate their 90th birthday in style.

10 common snakes and how to identify them

Sunshine Coast Snake Catcher Richie Gilbert holding up a coastal carpet python retrieved from a home at Lake McDonald

Snake catcher Richie Gilbert has seen it all

How Rainbow Beach is making itself No 1

RAINBOW Beach is riding the crest of a tourism wave, already top in the state for tourism growth, and business owners are now supporting a push into New Zealand

Millions stripped from Tourism Australia in federal budget

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Tourism Australia has had $14m stripped from its budget

Post-Cyclone Debbie visitors hit with fines by council

Some of the damage in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie.

Fines handed out in 'dawn raid' by local council

The Gympie region growing as a food destination

GROWING: Destination Gympie Region tourism development manager Andrew Saunders says Gympie is growing as a food destination.

Gympie growing as a food destination

Huge boost for investor's bid for international Coast airport

WATER LOGGED: Flooding at the Rockhampton Airport has spurred developer Yoshitaro Iwasaki's push for a Yeppoon airport. Pictured is Dennis Shillington from Caves Rural Fire Brigade hosing down the runway at the Rockhampton airport after the recent flood.

THREE possible locations for CQ's international airport revealed.

Flashing your bum is now a tourist trend, apparently

I first saw "cheeky exploits" on a trip to the northern lights

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