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Cooroy is where the Wild Things roam for body art festival

WILD THINGS: The Australian Body Art festival launched its 2018 theme of Wild Things. Artist Carleen Adorn works on Lisa Bingley.

Wild Things is the theme of the 2018 Australian Body Art Festival

Fairy tale magic no longer far, far away

AND ACTION! Some of the cast and crew of  Shrek Jnr  with director Peter Blyth (front right) at the Civic Centre yesterday.

Gympie youth theatre brings beloved movie to life.

Help Toowoomba woman who lost everything in fire

Emergency crews are battling a blaze in Rangeville after a vehicle in a carport caught fire.

She raced home to watch firefighters battle the blaze

Long-standing Toowoomba business to close down

A Toowoomba business has announced it will close

10 things you didn't know about 'Dr Death'

Dr Philip Nitschke .

The euthanasia advocate is coming to Lismore next month

Oh yeah!!! Our Cait up for two Country Music Channel awards

Country music star and Queenslander Caitlyn Shadbolt in the News Corp studio ahead of CMC Rocks.

Many of her more than 30,000 Facebook followers congratulated her

Zodiac Players Youth Theatre about to rock the stage

IN REHEARSAL: The cast and crew of Shrek Jnr are working hard getting ready for their coming performances. (Back from left) Hayden Capell (Donkey), Riley Salter (Shrek), Mary Allen (Fiona) and (front) Noah Strachan (Lord Farquaad).

There's nothing junior about this Broadway style musical

Gympie Swap Meet

GHAC swap meet and car show (Cooloola Classic Car Club)

Cooroy Fusion Festival

Cooroy Fusion Festival is a free family event that showcases some of Cooroy’s best food, entertainment, and products.

Cooroy Fusion Festival is a free family event that showcases some of Cooroy’s best...

Australian Body Art Festival

The Australian Body Art Festival is Australia’s premier body art event, attracting artists and spectators from across Australia and overseas.

The Australian Body Art Festival is Australia’s premier body art event, attracting...

Tiaro Aussie Day Family Celebration

A great Family day with plenty of good old fashioned fun for the whole gang.

A great Family day with plenty of good old fashioned fun for the whole gang.

Publishing a Book

Tips for success

Tips for success

Mindfulness

Strengthen your mind

Strengthen your mind

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

Calls to ditch ‘rain’ from weather forecasts

THE state’s tourism industry has attacked the weather bureau for being too negative, saying its language is discouraging tourists.

SUNFLOWERS: A blooming great adventure

GREAT SNAP: Bao Xiong gazes at the stunning sunflowers in southern Queensland.

SOUTHERN Downs paddocks are taking a little longer to flourish

Barossa Valley: 48-hour guide to food and wine

Grapes ripening on the vine in the Barossa in South Australia.

The scenery is second only to the cuisine and wine.

Lifeguard's shocking 'fun police' abuse: F... off

Adi Jenkins of Bethell's Beach Surf Lifesaving. Photo / Supplied

"I wonder if all realise that we are volunteers and have lives too."

Tourism boss slams Coast business over 'scapegoat' claims

TAKING ACTION: Visit Sunshine Coast deputy chair Mark Skinner owns Narrows Escape Rainforest Retreat.

Major international tourism boss lashes out at Coast organisation

Brooyar: A climber's paradise and tourism opportunity

GRIPPING: Bruno Gohier and Olga Kuznetsova stand on the edge at the top of their climb at Brooyar State Forest, near Gympie. Photo: Andriy Doroshchuk

Gympie's backyard attracts enthusiasts from afar