Veteran journalist’s epic writing journey

Veteran journalist’s epic writing journey

by CHRIS TAYLOR Riding the waves of the surfing world for more than 50 years, Noosa local Phil Jarratt is regarded as one of the foremost global authorities on the sport. His journey from growing up in 1960s Wollongong then moving north to Noosaville several years...
Show your true colours for charity

Show your true colours for charity

by CHRIS GILMORE A Queensland-based not-for-profit organisation that supports children with hearing loss is urging people to help give the gift of sound by donning their wackiest shirt.  Hear and Say’s 15th annual Loud Shirt Day will be held on Friday, October 22, to...
Movember launch dinner

Movember launch dinner

‘Movember’ is a leading charity supporting men’s health, from mental wellbeing to cancer.  The MAD (originally Mapleton and Districts) Brothers and the MADD Sistas are proud to announce their launch dinner for Movember 2021 on October 28, 6-9pm, hosted by event...
High school hits the food jackpot!

High school hits the food jackpot!

We like to cover every angle in our Food Drink Dine pages, from restaurants and cafes, to stalls and special outdoor events, but we rarely get the chance to share a story like this one! Thanks to the parents who contacted us – it’s great to sing the praises of...
Explore Witta Market

Explore Witta Market

by Kat Atkinson On October 16, on the oval at the Old Witta School, the Witta Market community will burst into life again. With the exciting growing range of small businesses who participate in the market, there is always something new to be discovered.  As the...
Soaring voices

Soaring voices

The Rotary Club of Caloundra Pacific has rescheduled its Opera in the Hangar event for October 30. The unique event was planned for August 28 but was postponed. It will take place at the Queensland Air Museum in Caloundra from 6pm and feature the Brisbane-based...