The Planning and Environment Court has upheld Council’s decision to refuse a large retail development on a site zoned for professional services.
With potential staffing issues amid ongoing COVID infections, Noosa Council is reminding residents there are several ways to pay your council rates.
With Noosa recording more than 1300 COVID-19 cases since Christmas, Council is urging residents and visitors to take simple steps to help protect themselves and slow the spread.
The fit-out of the IGA shop at the Council-owned Sunrise Beach Shopping Centre is a step closer to starting.
It's business as usual at the Noosa Aquatic Centre, with the facility reopening from 7am Saturday January 8, after a COVID scare earlier this week.
A new education campaign is encouraging locals to sort their rubbish before heading to the waste facility to save time and money.
The Noosa Aquatic Centre will close for 48 hours after confirmed positive COVID-19 cases by community members who attended the facility.
A 72 per cent increase in dog attacks in last quarter compared to the same period last year has promoted a plea for dog owners to be more responsible.
Major work to upgrade the Noosa Parade corridor, one of Noosa’s busiest pedestrian and cycle routes, is a step closer following the awarding of the construction contract.
Councillors have backed a plan to investigate whether industrial zones could provide accommodation for key workers.