ONE of the Coolum Beach surf club’s finest boat men, Paul McCarthy, and eight other fallen lifesaving comrades were remembered yesterday.
HE bursts with pride that his name is Oz and cherishes the memory of his grandfather who was killed at Gallipoli.
TODAY on the eve of the 100th Gallipoli landing Anzac Day commemoration, Cooroy will relive a slice of the war years with the whistlestop of a First World War troop steam train at around 11am.
NOOSA is being asked to have its say on whether the Noosa Civic showroom precinct is the right place to allow another veterinary clinic.
BELLA Freeman is living every sporting couch potato’s dream.
LOOKING BACK: Good Shepherd Lutheran College student Meg Gemmell with her father, Jon, and second cousin Jim Gemmell.
John CantorHEROIC failure is not always a first choice theme at most inspirational speaking engagements, but then Noosa’s own John Cantor is hardly a run of the mill talking head for TEDxNoosa.
ONE of Noosa Council’s rare spats has seen councillors argue over how many, and just who among them, should represent Noosa Council on an economic plan project focus group.
COUNCILLORS have voted four to two in favour of ensuring it has two council voices on its 10-person economic plan project focus group.
MAYOR Noel Playford and Councillor Frank Pardon have clashed over whether councillors not part of an economic plan project focus group will be able to attend these meetings.
What is in The Spray that Peter Gardiner uses so liberally on the sporting shonks and shysters every Thursday? Pete rants at all the sporting injustices at this world…like why can’t Darren Lockyer go back to playing fullback and why the hell did they put Eddie McGuire in charge of everything?