Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

Articles from November 15, 2017

Act or Face Catastrophe - Scientists
Byline: Andrew Griffin The Independent A NEW, dire "warning to humanity" about the dangers to all of us has been written by 15,000 scientists from around the world. The message updates an original warning sent from the Union of Concerned Scientists...
After the Bust, State Grows New Jobs
THE end of the mining investment boom hit the Queensland and Western Australian economies particularly hard. Over the past year or two, however, things have started to improve. Better prices for iron ore and coal have boosted profits in mining,...
Another Step in Longest Journey
IT WILL have been the longest path any nation has ever taken to the World Cup. And Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has implored his road warriors not to let the past 29 months of hard work go to waste as they prepare to meet their World Cup destiny...
Beale Has England Worried
RUGBY UNION: England coach Eddie Jones fears Kurtley Beale at Twickenham like no other Wallaby now that the playmaker is on top of the issues that once tripped superstars Johnathan Thurston and Wayne Rooney. To understand the Jones's raves for Beale...
Family's Drone Sparks Honduran Paranoia
HONDURAS coach Jorge Luis Pinto has slammed the drone that hovered over his team's training session as "embarrassing" and a case of "espionage in football". In comments that threaten to sour relations with Australian football officials, Pinto refused...
Find Flavour in the Flames
THERE'S so much more to cooking with fire than simply charring a steak over the flames of a barbecue or toasting marshmallows over a campfire. In Finding Fire, Lennox Hastie, of the acclaimed Sydney restaurant Firedoor, shows how to harness fire...
Four-Day Festival Has Four-Figure Crowd
RETURNING for the third time to the Sunshine Coast, the Wanderlust Festival saw nearly 4000 people take part in the four-day retreat held at Novotel Twin Waters Resort. The festival hosted yoga and meditation instructors, musical performers, speakers,...
Hard Seat to Win and Hang on to; Glass House in the Balance
BILL HOFFMAN bill.hoffman@scnews.com.au AN ASPIRING politician couldn't select a more difficult seat to represent than the electorate of Glass House whose boundaries travel from east of the Bruce Highway to border with the electorate of Nanango...
Lightning Search Is On
Byline: Steele Taylor steele.taylor@scnews.com.au NETBALL: Sunshine Coast coach Noeline Taurua says the club's search for a 10th player extends to the other side of the world. The Lightning is looking at its options to essentially replace star...
LNP Commitment Misses the Mark
MY SAY SCOTT SAWYER scott.sawyer@scnews.com.au COME ON LNP you can do better than that. Seriously. Is committing to giving us half a road all it takes to earn another few years' of our favour? Only days after this paper laid out in...
Mal Gives Morgan the Nod; Kangaroos Pick Best Side for Samoa
Byline: With Michael Carayannis in Darwin RUGBY LEAGUE: Michael Morgan has won the race for the five-eighth spot after being named in a full-strength Kangaroos side to play Samoa on Friday night. Australian coach Mal Meninga has picked what he...
Market Change Causes Angst
SCOTT SAWYER scott.sawyer@scnews.com.au CHANGES to one of the region's favourite Sunday markets have come under fire from some not happy with the revamp. The fresh look to the Caloundra Street Fair was introduced on Sunday, with market...
McArdle Faces a Real Fight; MP Battles to Hang On
BILL HOFFMAN bill.hoffman@scnews.com.au MARK McArdle faces a real challenge in Caloundra where the erosion of 20 per cent of his margin in 2015 and boundary redistribution have combined to make the once safe seat marginal requiring a nominal...
Monkey off the Back of Ironman Ironman Champ Racing with Joy
SURF LIFESAVING: Reigning ironman series champion Matt Poole says he's competing with more enjoyment this season, now the monkey's off his back. The 29-year-old will compete in round two of the new campaign at Coolum Beach on Sunday and although...
Mooloolaba Company's $1.2M Expansion Delivers Jobs, Exports Swimming with Big Fish
SARAH BARNHAM sarah.barnham@scnews.com.au A $1.2 MILLION expansion of a Mooloolaba-based tuna company means fish caught will come straight off the boats and onto the market. Australia's largest wild caught tuna company Walker Seafoods has...
No Way We Can Lose to Honduras; but Slater Will Be Nervous
Byline: Phil Dillon News Regional EX-SOCCEROOS star Robbie Slater says the thought of defeat by Honduras tonight hasn't even entered his head and he fully expects Ange Postecoglou's side to qualify for next year's World Cup finals in Russia. ...
Residents Push for Dead End; Concerns over New Road Plan
STUART CUMMING stuart.cumming@scnews.com.au RESIDENTS of a tranquil Coast backwater are trying to snuff out any chance of their streets becoming a school run shortcut. Rainforest Sanctuary Dr residents Brian and Heather Coyle don't mind...
School Gets $13M Investment; New Sports and Arts Facilities for Glasshouse College
STUART CUMMING stuart.cumming@scnews.com.au A RAPIDLY expanding Coast school is catching up with its infrastructure needs by spending $13 million on new arts and sports facilities. Glasshouse Christian College had 16 students when it opened...
Super Side Returns to Training SUPER SIDE GETS BUSY; Lightning Starts Preparing
Byline: Steele Taylor steele.taylor@scnews.com.au NETBALL: Sunshine Coast coach Noeline Taurua has sent an ominous warning to rival teams, suggesting the reigning champions can be even better in 2018. Lightning players returned to work yesterday...
Teacher Pledge Blasted
Byline: Geoff Egan Geoff.Egan@news.com.au NEW teachers would be prioritised for the schools with the fastest enrolment growth, under a new Labor policy. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced yesterday that 3700 more teachers would be employed...
That's a Big Snake; Python Strikes at Toddler through Glass, Terrifies Mum
SARAH BARNHAM sarah.barnham@scnews.com.au A NAMBOUR woman says she's ready to pack up and leave her home after two visits from different snakes in two weeks. Mother-of-two Megan Manley has had to face her biggest fears twice this month,...
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