World news – Man electrocuted in Upper Caboolture


Emergency services were called to a private property on the corner of Darley Road and Thyme Court at around 8 p.m. Tuesday.

Police, paramedics and fire and rescue services in Queensland responded along with health and safety investigators and several Energex crews.

Police later confirmed that the incident had not been classified as suspicious and that occupational health and safety was now the lead investigative agency.


The 1970s and 1980s were an intoxicating haze of surfing, pub trash, and the rise of the scaffolding during some of the region’s formative years.


A mother on the coast has the heartbreaking task of telling her children that « Dad must never wake up » after being badly injured at a birthday party.


Queensland Health has defended its emergency room screening processes after Sunshine Coast Hospital was slammed for « unacceptable » waiting times.


A coastal paver was found molesting a group of 17-year-old girls with the zipper open after threatening to kill a person at 7-Eleven, a court heard.


Hopes for development to breathe new life into an 85-year-old golf club were dashed after the Noosa Council rejected the $ 130 million project.


Diane Andrell says her diagnosis of multiple sclerosis « breathed new life » into her. Now she’s raising money for others.

Council news

A Sunshine Coast woman who runs a care vacation says her business won’t be the same if a controversial retirement village is run.

My first year

You can find details on the memory of my first year 2021 in the courier mail


Almost 300 mm of rain can be felt in large parts of the coast

Letters to the editors

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