A SUNSHINE Coast jockey who was accused of throwing a race has finally found vindication in a 10-month battle to save her racing career.
'The have shown us it's not all a bed of roses but you work your problems out when things get tough'
YANDINA'S Gary Thatcher claimed the state crown in the open drop knee section, after winning both legs of the series.
A child has sustained multiple leg fractures in a horror Bruce Highway crash, as two other children and five adults are also taken to hospital this afternoon
THE company behind the Sunshine Coast's new $450 million waterpark has announced plans for a leisure park as part of the 25ha develoment on Steve Irwin Way.
TWO people have been airlifted to hospital after a car flipped while driving on a Sunshine Coast beach.
FUNKY beach house that underwent award-winning extension and renovation now set for auction.
THE Sunshine Coast Solar Farm continues to attract widespread recognition, taking a win at the Local Government Managers Australia excellence awards.
A BEACHSIDE resort has been evacuated after a smoke bomb exploded, exposing nine people including emergency services personnel to a toxic substance.
Hollywood star proves he's a good guy while at Rainbow Beach
THE FORMER president of a Coast organisation has been jailed for stealing more than $20,000 from the club.
PATCHY, isolated heavy falls could be expect over the next few days with the potential for conditions to worsen according to BOM forecasters.
THE government is cracking down on welfare cheats, giving Australians one month to start paying back the $900m debt or risk copping interest charges.
Future partners will need protection from violent volatile drunken dramas, judge says
If you're banking on a good career in mining or retail over the next decade, think again. These are the industries where there will be a jobs boom by 2024.
THE Bruce Highway has ground to a halt this morning after a crash blocked a lane.
In Noosa anger at the downside of online short stays is growing
A 24-year-old man has been shot dead in front of his friends overnight.
THE mother of a Sunshine Coast P-plater tragically killed in a crash is determined not to let her son become another statistic.
But leading economist warns the state can not wait for governments to take the lead.