The extraordinary life of a visionary architect and former Sunshine Coast councillor will be celebrated on his birthdate next month after his passing in Tasmania this week.
A hot Monday inland from the coast kicks off a week which will see temperatures drop, cloudy skies over head and an increasing chance of rain from Wednesday.
Aerial photography has captured before and after images of the Peregian bushfires revealing the full extent of the miracle brought about by firefighters.
A new fire outside Imbil has been contained as crews move into the Sunshine Coast from Brisbane to relieve exhausted firefighters.
Bill Hoffman argues that yesterday’s Climate Strike will ultimately deliver little, with politicians still toi place much store in common sense
The Insurance Council of Australia has just started counting the cost of fires across southern Queensland and northern NSW and fears there are more to come with the bushfire season having just started.
Uncertainty remains around how much rain the coast will get next week, but the first taste in weeks may come overnight
Firefighters are backburning north of Teewah to protect the township and other property on the Noosa River north shore from an out-of-control wildfire.
Lazy campers behind a devastating bushfire near Teewah Beach have left school holiday plans in serious doubt.
The State Government will seek a change to federal laws to allow it to continue its net and drum line shark control program.
Whether taking on developers hell-bent on destroying the Coast’s natural appeal or a Prime Minister indifferent to the plight of the poor, Bill Hoffman has never been one to mince his words. Bill’s been a journalist for 32 years, 29 of those on the Coast. Love him or hate him, he'll get you blogging.