Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

Articles from February 17, 2016

Barba Rediscovering His Self-Belief and Best Form
Byline: WAYNE HEMING APN SPORTS BUREAU RUGBY LEAGUE: Three years after being named the best player in rugby league Ben Barba admits he lost confidence and the self-belief that made him such an exciting player. When a 23-year-old Barba accepted...
Beegees Stayin' Alive with New Star Signings
Byline: Luke Simmonds FOOTBALL: Fans have good reason to believe Beegees are about to snap a five-year wooden spoon hoodoo in the McDonald's Sunshine Coast Premier Men's league. Still historically the Sunshine Coast's most successful club with...
Coffee Mousse Is Heavenly; This Is What You've Bean Waiting For
Byline: VANI NAIDOO THERE is nothing quite like that morning cup of coffee. We've all become connoisseurs of the dark stuff and will drive across town to get our favourite fix. Indeed, it's good to spare a thought for the journey the coffee...
Earlier Shop Close 'No Solution' to Violence
CLOSING the bars and bottle shops early and cutting off binge drinkers won't solve the problem that has emerged across the state and the country, locals have said. As the State Government took a hardline approach to combat alcohol-fuelled violence,...
Full-Fat Dairy Options Better for Weight Loss
Byline: Maya McColm WHY isn't low-fat dairy more beneficial for weight loss compared to full-fat dairy products? There are many types of milk products on the supermarket shelf, so which one is the healthier choice? As an accredited dietitian...
Greens' Bid to Win the Coast
Byline: Bill Hoffman GREEN TEAM The Sunshine Coast's Greens candidates: Mayor: Tony Gibson Division 3: Fiona Anderson; Division 4: Tyrone D'Lisle; Division 5: Susan Etheridge; Division 7: Daniel Bryar; Division 9: Angela Wilson;...
Jack Mixes It with the Best
SWIMMING: Sixteen-year-old Sunshine Coast product Jack Brazier's commanding performance at the Australian Open Water Swimming Championship in Mooloolaba has landed him the number one junior rank in the country. He finished 11th overall (including...
Lovebirds Win Fans despite Pressure
Byline: Seanna Cronin JP and Nelly's menu EntrA[c]e: Potato and cheese Pierogi with bacon and sage sauce Main: Rib eye with celeriac mash and Lapsang Souchong barbecue sauce Dessert: Chai infused crA[umlaut]me brulee Score: 85 COAST...
Noosa Stands Alone Again Pirates out of Exile; Noosa Make a Return to Division One
Byline: Luke Simmonds RUGBY LEAGUE: The club that produced the likes of NRL superstars Moses Mbye and Jake Friend is back for 2016. Rugby League Sunshine Coast yesterday confirmed the Noosa Pirates would once again be a standalone club after...
Planning Schemes Are about More Than More
THE decision by most candidates in the 2016 Sunshine Coast Council Local Government elections to embrace the concept of pre-disclosure of campaign donors is a small step towards a more transparent democracy. Investigations into local government...
Randle Stands Tall for MVP Award
Byline: WAYNE HEMING APN SPORTS BUREAU NBA MVPs 2006 Chris Anstey (Melb Tigers) 2007 Sam Mackinnon (Bris Bullets) 2008 Chris Anstey (Melb Tigers) 2009 Kirk Penney (NZ Breakers) 2010 Corey Williams (Towns Crocs) 2011 Gary Ervin...
Renewable Energy Sector Determined to Power Ahead
THE renewable energy industry is getting on with business, independent of what policy the Federal Government may introduce or remove. That position is a pragmatic one given bills still before the parliament to axe Arena (the renewable energy agency)...
Roar Defence Promises No More Errors
FOOTBALL: Brisbane Roar pair Jade North and James Donachie are adamant their defensive unit won't be making the same mistakes twice. Errors at the back proved costly in last Friday's A-League clash with Newcastle, leading to both Jets goals in the...
Rufus to Headline Festival; It's Sweet Music for Big Pineapple Event
Byline: Kathy Sundstrom Line-up RUFUS \ YOU AM I \ HERMITUDE \ THE VERONICAS\ REGURGITATOR \ THE SMITH STREET BAND \ DMA'S \ TKAY MAIDZA\ HOLY HOLY \ THE DELTA RIGGS \ YAHTZEL \ OPIUO \ KLP (DJ SET) \ YEO \ THE BENNIES \ TIJUANA CARTEL \ DYLAN...
Shock at Sudden Closure; Is Big Top Slowing Down Already?
NICKY MOFFAT Business and Development HE worked 100 hours a week and didn't take a wage, but that wasn't enough for Joe Natoli to save his "dream" shop at Big Top Shopping Centre from failing. The former mayor had hoped to continue a family...
Solution to Surf Rage; Push for Artificial Reef to Be Built off Coast
Byline: Kathy Sundstrom THE Sunshine Coast's growing surf rage problem has sparked a call for an artificial reef off Maroochydore. Surfing guru Robbie Sherwell believes creating a reef between 500 metres and a kilometre offshore between Maroochydore...
Thousands Affected by Catholic Strike
Byline: Kathy Sundstrom PARENTS of children at a Catholic school seemed blissfully unaware of the full-day strike action planned by union members for next Thursday. All Sunshine Coast Catholic schools will be affected by the wide-spread industrial...
Tradie Chases Wingsuit Dream
Byline: Stuart Cumming Sky-high competition About 30 competitors will take to the skies over Goulburn this weekend for the Australian National Wingsuit Performance Flying Championships. Wingsuit pilots will exit the plane at almost 4 km above...
Weekend of Footy a Huge Hit
ANT'S SLANT Anthony Brand SUNSHINE Coast rugby league fans were treated to a superb day of footy at the stadium on Saturday. About 6000 punters packed Sunshine Coast Stadium for a three-way trial between the Storm under-20s, the Falcons and...
Would a Yuan Slide Have to Become a Landslide or Are Fears Overblown?
Byline: Christopher Balding EVERYONE from Japanese central bankers to former baseball star Jose Canseco (or whoever hacked his Twitter) seems to be worried about the slide in China's yuan. The fear is a cheaper yuan will spur other export countries...
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