STORM warnings were issued across the state and heavy rains affected several coastal areas ahead of a forecast wet weekend.
The Queensland deluge is coming as Cyclone Owen powers up. Further south, the wild weather isn’t over yet.
If you're a Year 12 student proud of your graduating results, here's your chance to let the Sunshine Coast Daily know.
HOW do we regain control, set a better example for our kids, and importantly put some boundaries in around the use of our devices.
AN ex-cyclone that has dumped 300mm in parts of north Queensland could bring wet weather to the state’s southeast.
Beer drinkers say their new stubbies have lost something special, with that classic sound of "sttt" in the opening of a twist top now gone.
ABC great in Noosa to talk the talk
THE struggle is still real for aspiring first homeowners, but Queenslanders would rather forgo a holiday than get a second job to save for a property.
WE know and love Anzac Day. But how many Aussies remember Remembrance Day - or even know what it's about.
QUEENSLANDERS will swelter through another day of scorching weather as extreme heatwave conditions continue.
MILLIONS of Aussies are throwing away hundreds of dollars every single summer by making one seriously wasteful blunder.
WORLD number three surfer Julian Wilson is significantly richer after a $4 million-plus oceanfront payday for his jawdropping Queensland home.
AN EXTORTION email warning people they have been filmed viewing adult content websites is doing the rounds in Queensland, police have warned.
ONE family agreed to take part in a social experiment to limit their internet use. The results surprised them.
THEY don’t make products to last like they used to. Here’s how much use you “reasonably” expect to get out of your appliances.
Two northbound lanes of the Sunshine Motorway have been shut down after a multi-vehicle crash.
CONSUMERS are ditching their wallets in droves and instead choosing to pay other ways. This is how quickly digital payment numbers have soared.
THEY’VE been bitten on the crotch, hands and legs and have come close to death. These are the Queenslanders who risk their lives to catch and relocate snakes.
Recognising an importance of art, locals have been helping locals in one beachside Coolum town.
A 74-year-old man has been transported to Brisbane after suffering severe head injuries from falling down a cliff at a Coast beach.