Stay connected to the Sunshine Coast Daily: top stories
Dear Valued Subscriber,
It's our goal every day to publish the best of our region's breaking news, sports, business and entertainment journalism that matters most to you. We also know that you live a busy life, so I have selected four key articles from this week in case you missed them. I hope you find this useful and enjoy reading.
We also publish a morning and afternoon edition newsletter that provides a summary of the day's stories and issues that are making an impact in our community. You can sign up here to have it delivered to your inbox each day.
THIRTY seconds was the difference between life and death for two dogs caught in a "vicious" house fire. Cindy Rogers and Matthew Tolley's Queenslander home went up in flames, destroying most of their beloved possessions.
The couple were travelling to Kingaroy for a family birthday when they got the "horrific" phone call telling them their home of 15 years was on fire, believed to have ignited in the kitchen. READ MORE
SUNSHINE Coast Council has taken another swing at the owners of a controversial rooftop tennis court, seeking they be dealt with for contempt in a court application. READ MORE
ALMOST $30 million was tipped into a Coast building company in the months leading up to its collapse. A letter written on behalf of RGD Group Pty Ltd shareholder Greg Clark, understood to be the former head of global cyber security company Symantec, to creditors of RGD Group and RGD Constructions Pty Ltd outlined the efforts. READ MORE
ACCOMMODATION providers on the Sunshine Coast are preparing to resurrect after a devastating period for businesses as travel restrictions begin to ease.
Ingenia Holidays Rivershore was forced to cease almost all operations at the Diddillibah resort due to the non-essential travel ban, with virus regulations crushing a number of industries. READ MORE
POINT Cartwright is home to a spectacular painted water reservoir and a lighthouse. But it is not known for waterfalls - until this week. After a brief shower, locals were stunned by the small waterfall near the base of the headland hill which is popular for walkers with dogs, fishermen and photographers. READ MORE
Thank you for subscribing to the Sunshine Coast Daily. We're committed to keeping you connected with news you can trust.
P.S. Did you know subscribers now have access to puzzles every day. Check them out here.