A NEW service station has been ordered to pull down unapproved signs and switch the lights out on its branding in a council battle bound for court.
IT IS a case of knock them down and start again for a Coast school's ageing buildings as it overhauls its learning landscape for the future.
A petrol price war has erupted in a pocket of the Coast, driving down the cost of a tank and luring motorists in search of a bargain.
The Coast's state MPs have been called upon to fight for a light rail project regarded by residents as the region's most important.
Mark and Gayle Forbes' battle against eating disorders has been buoyed by separate acts of national and local support within a week.
John and Val Sierhuis fear flooding and a ruined outlook from their back deck should an intensive cucumber farming proposal be approved.
Mark Dixson feels his daughter Jade's life was worth nothing to a justice system that will not punish the driver over the fatal crash.
SUNSHINE Coast Council won't open its books on its failed Brisbane Rd carpark deal until significant milestones have been reached in developing the site.
Detectives are set to move in with council officers from their makeshift surrounds.
A Sunshine Coast councillor has been fined for accessing a council database to obtain a private phone number to buy a boat.
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.