June 2018

Published a story 20th Jun 2018 3:48 PM

IMPACTS on the Coast's existing five-star accommodation form the basis of an Narelle McCarthy's opposition to Sekisui House's Yaroomba Beach development.

Five-star omission claims ahead of crucial Sekisui vote

IMPACTS on the Coast's existing five-star accommodation form the basis of an Narelle McCarthy's opposition to Sekisui House's Yaroomba Beach development.

Published a story 20th Jun 2018 3:14 PM

FISH and chips with a gourmet French twist have inspired a culinary comeback for a long-time Coast restaurateur.

New Coast takeaway launches with classic French feel

FISH and chips with a gourmet French twist have inspired a culinary comeback for a long-time Coast restaurateur.

Published a story 19th Jun 2018 6:28 PM

WINNERS and losers are emerging ahead of tomorrow's budget with money to finish a Coast road upgrade and nothing to ease pump-outs for hinterland residents.

Winners, losers emerge in Coast council budget

WINNERS and losers are emerging ahead of tomorrow's budget with money to finish a Coast road upgrade and nothing to ease pump-outs for hinterland residents.

Published a story 19th Jun 2018 5:31 PM

COOLUM Residents Association president Ray Barber wants a no vote tomorrow and Sekisui House to change its plans.

Opponents push for no vote to Sekisui proposal

COOLUM Residents Association president Ray Barber wants a no vote tomorrow and Sekisui House to change its plans.

Published a story 19th Jun 2018 5:03 PM

THE sheer weight of feedback leading up to a decision on a controversial development is amounting to bullying, according to the Coast's Deputy Mayor.

Yaroomba pressure amounts to bullying: Deputy Mayor

THE sheer weight of feedback leading up to a decision on a controversial development is amounting to bullying, according to the Coast's Deputy Mayor.

Published a story 18th Jun 2018 1:45 PM

PRESSURE is increasing for improved or new court facilities on the Coast as shortcomings for domestic violence victims and children are highlighted.

Court upgrade calls focus on violence victim welfare

PRESSURE is increasing for improved or new court facilities on the Coast as shortcomings for domestic violence victims and children are highlighted.

Published a story 18th Jun 2018 11:00 AM

MORE than 500 tonnes of steel and plastic pipe is inching out to sea from a major Coast construction site this morning.

500-tonne airport pipeline rolls into place

MORE than 500 tonnes of steel and plastic pipe is inching out to sea from a major Coast construction site this morning.

Published a story 15th Jun 2018 6:14 PM

A PLANNING expert says successfully catering for an influx of new Coast residents will require a focus on human scale of the region's places and spaces.

Infil, sprawl, high density: How Coast's planning for future

A PLANNING expert says successfully catering for an influx of new Coast residents will require a focus on human scale of the region's places and spaces.

Published a story 13th Jun 2018 6:16 PM

A POPULAR Coast lake's major expansion has reached a key point but progress is causing some noisy pain for its surrounding neighbours.

Noisy night works get neighbours offside at development site

A POPULAR Coast lake's major expansion has reached a key point but progress is causing some noisy pain for its surrounding neighbours.

Published a story 13th Jun 2018 5:04 PM

SUNSHINE Coast rail services have been stopped after a serious incident further south on the line.

Coast trains shutdown after man fell on tracks

SUNSHINE Coast rail services have been stopped after a serious incident further south on the line.

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Stuart studied journalism at the University of Southern Queensland in Toowoomba. He worked briefly at Central Queensland News and Warwick Daily News. He has worked as a reporter at The Chronicle since July 2009.