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Thu 17 Sep 2020

Buderim students learn from award-winning author

Buderim students learn from award-winning author

Buderim Mountain State School students have welcomed local children's book author, Aleesah Darlison, into their school for Book Week.

Colours of nature shine for exhibition

Colours of nature shine for exhibition

Emerging Brisbane textile artist Norton Fredricks will be featured in the upcoming Sunshine Coast Natural Dyers Biennial Exhibition "Botanical Colourings".

Mon 14 Sep 2020

YOUR STORY: Queen's Call to Arms!

YOUR STORY: Queen's Call to Arms!

Under English heraldic law, a coat of arms and armorial ensigns can be granted to persons of good standing in national or local life.

Thu 10 Sep 2020

Cittamani Hospice Memorial Service 2020

Cittamani Hospice Memorial Service 2020

Cittamani Hospice Service holds an Annual Memorial Service to remember loved ones.

Border closures work!

Border closures work!

State and territory border closures ensured Australia was able to manage the Spanish Flu in 1919.

Coast artist named Annie Sloan Painter in Residence

Coast artist named Annie Sloan Painter in Residence

Queensland painter Polly Coulson from @attic.furniture.qld has been named as the official Painter in Residence from Australia.

Fri 4 Sep 2020

Dementia Network 2020 Conference: Under the Umbrella

Dementia Network 2020 Conference: Under the Umbrella

She asked the man sitting beside her, "Who are you?" Her husband of 40 years was startled then filled with sadness.

Tue 1 Sep 2020

How year 10 students should prepare for end of term

How year 10 students should prepare for end of term

The best approach to each term is to view them like an athlete would a marathon

First steps into climate action easier than you think

First steps into climate action easier than you think

If my children grow up in a world where they manage to be okay in a warming climate, they'll be helpless against cascading waves of catastrophe elsewhere.

Tue 25 Aug 2020

Junior school students read to beat MS

Junior school students read to beat MS

The MS readathon is wrapping up just in time for National Literacy and Numeracy Week and two Peregian students have nearly reached their goal.

Magpies are ready to swoop again

Premium Content Magpies are ready to swoop again

Sunshine Coast residents are being reminded to be cautious and wear a hat as the Magpie breeding season begins.

The first triathlon to run since beginning of pandemic

Premium Content The first triathlon to run since beginning of pandemic

The Ironman 70.3 is going ahead on September 13 and is the first major public participation sporting event on the Coast since before the pandemic.

Mon 24 Aug 2020

YOUR SAY: Queensland's conversion therapy ban - a first for Australia

YOUR SAY: Queensland's conversion therapy ban - a first for...

Religious schools and organisations and the LNP fought a move by the Queensland government to make LGBTQIA-related conversion therapy a crime in the state last week.

Fri 21 Aug 2020

Paralympian saves lives through virtual Tour de France

Premium Content Paralympian saves lives through virtual Tour de France

A rope swing gone horribly wrong when he was just a teen didn't deter Alistair Donahoe from following his dreams.

Tanawha artist finalist in prestigious art prize

Tanawha artist finalist in prestigious art prize

A Tanawha artist and owner of The Art School Co is one of 40 finalists for $50,000 and the title of WA's premier portrait award, The Lester Prize.

Council grant helps get club house repainted

Council grant helps get club house repainted

The Sunshine Coast Paddlesports Club would like to acknowledge the Sunshine Coast Council for a grant to repaint the club house at Fishermans Rd, Maroochydore.

Tue 18 Aug 2020

NDSHS students Sleep Rough for the Homeless

NDSHS students Sleep Rough for the Homeless

The Noosa District State High School Interact Club held the annual Sleep Rough for the Homeless event at the Belli Park Mimburi Campus.

Flinders'  Sport Scholarship Closes Friday, 21 August

Flinders' Sport Scholarship Closes Friday, 21 August

Matthew Flinders Anglican College is inviting students with a passion and special talent for sport to apply for a sport scholarship.

Queenslander’s Everest challenge for COVID vaccine

Queenslander’s Everest challenge for COVID vaccine

AdventurerJay Schieder will climb up and down Mount Maroon until he reaches the same elevation gain and descent as Mount Everest (8848m).

Mon 17 Aug 2020

National Tree Day for Schools – Talara Primary College

National Tree Day for Schools – Talara Primary College

Talara Primary College recently celebrated National Tree Day with the planting of over thirty native species of trees and shrubs in the college grounds.

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