Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

Articles from April 16, 2013

71-Year-Old on A[euro][approximately]motorised scootera[euro][TM] Cops Fourth DUI Conviction Judge Warns a[euro][approximately]scootera[euro][TM] Driver
Byline: Roxanne McCarty-OaKane AN UNREPENTANT 71-year-old has defended his right to keep driving his awheelchaira, despite a blood-alcohol level four times the legal alcohol limit. Ray Vivian Hodges, of Buderim, recorded the shocking alcohol...
a[euro][approximately]Our futurea[euro][TM]s in spacea[euro][TM]; Orbital Settlements Will Be Normal, Says Kim
Byline: Kathy sundstrom A MOUNTAIN Creek resident believes he has found the solution to the acarbon crisisa a but itas not on this planet. Kim Peart, the founder of Space Pioneers, says governments need to ainvest our resources in the construction...
Anderson out of Wilderness and into Spotlight
FOOTBALL: Young defender Zac Anderson says it feels C[pounds sterling]surrealC[yen] to be delivered from the wilderness into A-League grand final week. Anderson is expected to be named in Mariners coach Graham ArnoldCOs 15-man squad for SundayCOs...
Beloved Doctor Told He Must A[euro][approximately]move outa[euro][TM]
Byline: Nicole Fuge MARCOOLA residents are losing their agood, old-fashioned doctora Daryl Craven after he was served with a notice to vacate the building. On February 26, North Shore Projects told Dr Craven he had until April 30 to move his...
Bullying: Bosses Warned
EMPLOYERS who do not have effective procedures in place to manage workplace bullying could soon find themselves referred to state work health and safety authorities for investigation. Under proposed changes to the Fair Work Act, employers may be...
Canoe Career for Coast Prop
Byline: MARK BODE RUGBY UNION: Influential Stingrays prop Shon Siemonek has stunned the club after ditching rugby in favour of outrigger canoeing. The CoastCOs home loss to Souths two weeks ago may have been SiemonekCOs last game for a club he...
Councillors A[euro][approximately]conned into Jobs blowouta[euro][TM]
Byline: Bill Hoffman THE urgent need to slash Sunshine Coast Council staff was a consequence of elected representatives allowing themselves to be asnoweda into increasing a rather than reducing a the workforce since de-amalgamation, a key residentsa...
Education Policy in Week of Poor Polls; PM Wants to Score a Reform A[euro][approximately]hole in onea[euro][TM] by June 30
Byline: APN Newsdesk ADAM Scottas US Masters victory proved to be a timely distraction for Labor yesterday morning as fewer than one-in-three people pledged their support for the party in the latest Nielsen poll. Laboras primary support has slumped...
Fab Four Titles for Bribie Island Junior
BRIBIE Island junior star Natasha Jones won all four state titles in the Queensland championships at Bribie Island last week, the first person to have achieved this feat. The fourth success came in the junior girls singles when Jones defeated her...
Famous Name on Honour Board
GOLF: Adam ScottCOs Twin Waters Golf Club junior championship win will not go down as his most prestigious victory, but club members remain proud of it nonetheless. Twenty years before he had his name engraved on the Masters honour board at Augusta...
Grace,COs Surprise Selection
SQUASH: It was only a few months ago that Grace McErvale thought she had played her last serious squash game. Now the 18-year-old has made her first national team. Weighed down by the pressure of completing Year 12 at Caloundra State High while...
I,COve Earned the Right to Be a Mrs
MY MUM was filling in an online form the other day when she came across a question that had her stumped. Actually, it was one of the first questions on the short form she had to fill in. It was: Are you C[pounds sterling]MrC[yen] or C[pounds...
More to Come from Scott, Says Mentor
Byline: Steve Zemek GOLF: Even after Adam ScottCOs notorious British Open meltdown, Headland Golf Club professional John VictorsenCOs faith in his former protegeCOs ability to break AustraliaCOs Masters drought never wavered. While a chorus of...
My Date with the Iron Lady
Byline: Kathy Sundstrom NOOSA photographer Stephen Hayes didnat quite know what to expect when sent to film Britainas Iron Lady on an assignment for the BBC in 1990. His Irish heritage predisposed him to a arepublican point of viewa. aIn many...
Star Golfer Revealed Talent in Cricket and Tennis
Byline: Steve Zemek GOLF: In an alternative dimension, Adam Scott is wielding the willow for the Australian cricket team and Matthew Flinders Anglican College acting principal Gerry Price is credited with identifying his prodigious talent with the...
Survey Finds Most SMEs Shun Professional Advice
SMALL business owners are prone to a C[pounds sterling]lone wolfC[yen] approach in decision-making, according to new research. The vast majority are more likely to trust their own instincts over advice from family, friends, their business partner...
Uni Funding Cuts Will Hit Disadvantaged
PROFESSOR Greg Hill has warned that disadvantaged students will be the hardest hit by the Governmentas plan to scrap $2 billion of university funding to help pay for school reforms. The University of the Sunshine Coast Vice-Chancellor was aextremely...
Video Stores Still Alive and Kicking
THE Maroochydore Video Ezy store has been rebranded with the Network Video name. A local business, with many years experience in the video rental industry, bought the store and made the decision to switch brands based on greater C[pounds sterling]flexibility...
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