Singing, dancing and comedy in junior production

Hilarious situations, snappy dialogue and a hit-parade of songs make Singin' in the Rain Junior a guaranteed good time for performers and audience.

Grandmothers share wisdom in Sandgate

The Counsel of Thirteen Grandmothers is gathering in Sandgate for the first time - Kim Koroheke is supporting counsel members Rayleen Burns and Wendy Williamson with Suzy Taylor.

A Counsel of Thirteen Grandmothers gather in Sandgate for first time

Netball cup breaks records

Attending the PCYC Community Cup netball series are Haraliza Ilau (Boondall State School), Daisy Clapp, Cheryl Radnedge and is Keeana Henare (Aspley East State School).

A record number of students participated in the PCYC Community Cup

Friends take a long walk for those who can't

Alison Wanneck, Francesca Jacovelli and Liz Davis will take the Bloody Long Walk to raise money and awareness for mitochondrial disease, walking 46,200 steps this Sunday.

Sangate friends take Bloody Long Walk for mitochondrial disease

Fashion and tea are partners in Crime Stoppers

Leanne Eggins, Crystal Hart and Mirandah Escott-Burton are joining together for a fancy high tea and fashion parade to raise money for Crime Stoppers.

A High Tea and Fashion Parade will raise money for Crime Stoppers

Senior couple seek home to retire

Senior couple Tazzie and Snow are still in good health, enjoy a daily walk and love spending the day in the garden.

Old dogs seek new home

Experience virtuosos at Music by the Sea

Ian Cooper is performing for Music by the Sea at Sandgate Town Hall.

Enthusiasm and fusion for music lovers at Music by the Sea

Carols set to stay by the bay

Wayne Swan, Stirling Hinchliffe and Jared Cassidy discuss Christmas carols with (front) Mia, Lewis, Jed and Hope well ahead of the annual Carols By The Bay. Photo: contributed

Planning underway for annual Carols By The Bay

Orchestra performs favourites at Sandgate Town Hall

South East Queensland Symphonic Winds are performing for the first time at Sandgate Town Hall.

Performances from Phantom of the Opera to the best of James Bond

Funding for boaties ramps up at Deep Water Bend

Bald Hills, Barungwarra Reserve, new single lane boat ramp project was completed in June 2016.

Deep Water Bend will share in $30 million in funding

EXCLUSIVE: 90 jobs forced out at Bowen Basin coal mine

German Creek miners at the picket line at Camm Park in Middlemount.

Miner claims proposed forced redundancies not related to strike

How a "5” on a form led Aussie World to lose court fight

Aussie World at Palmview.

Aussie World has been ordered to pay nearly $150,000 in damages

Rides for Sunshine Coast's new $400m water park revealed

VISION: Some of the future visions for the $400 million Sunshine Coast water park and active sporting facility.

Latest step towards new $400m Sunshine Coast water park revealed

Business has sights on $2m Paget expansion

GOOD TO GROW: Jason Sharam and Peter Shaw from Linked Group Services overlooking the location of their new headquarters in Paget.

Group wants to invest about $2million on a new industrial facility

Firm told to apologise, pay back $16K to Korean backpackers

Boonah Packing Pty Ltd supplied labour to one of Australia's leading carrot producers, Scott Moffat & Co, trading as Moffatt Fresh Produce who supply carrots to major supermarket chains like Woolworths and Aldi.

Boonah business caught ripping off foreign workers

WATCH: Police release CCTV footage of Goodna robbery

An armed robbery took place at the IGA in Goodna at 6am this morning (27-9-16).

Masked men armed with large hammer hold up store

Tannum man, 31, killed in Bruce Hwy smash involving truck

Car Crash Bruce Hwy

Traffic is being diverted through Gladstone

Greyhound trainer has to fight for Lockyer Valley property

Greyhound trainer Tom Noble has been banned for life after the live baiting controversy.
Photo: Rob Williams / The Queensland Times

Hearing for greyhound trainer to fight for Lockyer Valley property.

Cause of Warwick car fire revealed

Fire investigations have revealed the unusual cause of the fire.

Family shares heartache of young Mackay man's suicide

Reece Rebetzke with his girlfriend Vanessa Shelley

Everyone left behind feels 'guilty'

Academics rage as 'racist' John Howard given honour

More than 110 University of Sydney staffers have signed a petition opposing a University of Sydney decision to honor former prime minister John Howard.

Uni of Sydney staffers sign petition opposing John Howard honor.

140km winds expected to slam into South Australia

The South Australian storm heads towards Victoria.

South Australia in for more weather chaos.

'Drunk' mum allegedly smashed car with son in vehicle

A NSW mother will face a court on November 1 after she allegedly blew 0.100. Police will allege her son was in the vehicle and she crashed the car.

'Drunk' mum had child in car when it hit a fence, police say

The Coast's worst tattoos: Hundreds vie for free fix

Tattoo artist Jeffrey Robinson has been overwhelmed by the number of bad tattoos sent to him.

Tattoo artist offering free cover up for tattoo voted the worst

Mobile tourists flock to Bundaberg

Caravanners and campers spending an average $152 a night in our region.

Bundaberg is growing in popularity for caravanners and campers.

Govt ready to cull sharks

Supplied undated image obtained Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013 of a great white shark. The death of a great white shark off the coast of Western Australia sparked an expedition resulting in a documentary, The Search for the Ocean's Super Predator. (AAP Image/Supplied by ScreenWest) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

The Feds are ready willing and able to cull

Aged care nurse killed residents

The nurse killed two residents and tired to kill a third

Timor wins challenge over $40 billion oil and gas deposits

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The Federal Government has accepted the international court ruling

France vows to close refugee 'Jungle'

View of the makeshift camp in Calais, northern France, Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. The migrant camp in Calais must be fully dismantled by the end of the year, French President Francois Hollande said Monday in an attempt to highlight the Socialist government's efforts to tackle the issue ahead of next year's presidential election. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

Hollande has voewd to dismantle the ad hoc camp

Ethanol fuel 'safe' for most cars

A man pumps petrol at a service station in Melbourne, Monday, Aug. 27, 2012. (AAP Image/Julian Smith) NO ARCHIVING

The RACQ is urging motorists to choose the ethanol fuels

Nine males, one female; divers watch turtles get frisky

Mating season ends this month.

One female, nine males, this is all part of nature for turtles

Dutch tourist advertising for Aussie man to marry

LOVE WANTED: Dutch traveller Kate, who lives at Woolgoolga, is looking for the man of her dreams.

Attention all single men 20 to 27

Hilarious obituary marks man leaving "rickety old body"

Wayne and his "favourite son Buddy".

This obituary will make you cry - tears of laughter.

Couple build their own 'tiny house' for $45k

Holly Bowen and Oli Bucher built their "tiny house" themselves, only hiring a plumber and an electrician. Photo/supplied

The house, which is built on a trailer and can be towed.

Dinosaur abandoned on mountain in police custody

The trio took the dino to the Coolum Police Station.

Coolum Police Station housing dinosaur as it waits for owner

Snake sex pit broken up after experts called in

Keelback.

These snakes' love is not patient, nor necessarily kind.

The Dixie Chicks to headline 2017 CMC Rocks festival

US country music group The Dixie Chicks.

ORGANISERS move festival dates to lock in US country music stars.

What's on the big screen this week

Denzel Washington in a scene from the movie The Magnificent Seven.

DENZEL Washington returns in a shoot-em-up Western.

RECAP: The Bachelorette S2E3 - Which picnic date is better?

The Bachelorette Georgia Love, centre, with her top 11 bachelors.

Lee and Matt get some one-on-one time with Georgia.

Homer Simpson thanks Australia during Opera House visit

Homer Simpson visits the Sydney Opera House.

ANIMATION favourite gets attacked by seagulls in viral video.

Channel 9 orders second season of Doctor Doctor

Rodger Corser stars in the TV series Doctor Doctor.

RURAL medical drama finds a loyal following.

MOVIE REVIEW: Storks delivers family fun

A scene from the movie Storks.

ANIMATION can be hit or miss but when it hits, it hits hard.