Today’s headlines: Resort sales push and Kleenmaid walks
Happy Friyay Sunshine Coast,
It’s a humid day today with 29C being the highest temperature forecast for the Coast and a 70 per cent chance of showers during the morning and afternoon. There is also a chance of a thunderstorms during the afternoon. Light winds becoming north-easterly 15 to 20 km/h in the morning then becoming light in the evening.
Temperatures are expected to stay much the same over the weekend with a lower chance of rain.
The east swell is holding good sizes across the exposed beaches but waves are expected to deteriorate as the winds turn north-easterly. Semi-sheltered northern corners and south-tilting coasts will offer up the cleanest conditions all day.
Traffic is looking good this morning. Delays are expected at roadworks sites, such as Mons Rd, Forest Glen, Frizzo Rd, Palmview, Sobraon St, Sunrise Beach and Peachester Rd, Peachester.
Caltex Buderim tops the fuel charts this morning with 102.9, followed by Puma Kunda Park with 103.7 and Little Mountain Car Cafe with 104.5.
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Here are the top five local news stories this morning:
By Tegan Annett
A 4ha Buderim property earmarked for a $100m eco resort has hit the market in a bold bid to get the project off the ground.
By Scott Sawyer
A former Kleenmaid boss sentenced to nine years’ jail for fraud and insolvent trading is back home for Christmas and set to have his convictions quashed.
By Scott Sawyer
A billion dollar-plus net worth wasn’t on Mal Pratt’s mind when he left the family business with just a shovel, a ute and a hammer to pursue his dream of being a builder.
By Lacee Froeschl
A century-old house is up for grabs for just $10,000 … you can buy it under just one condition.
VIDEO OF THE DAY
By Natalie Wynne
Christmas shoppers after something fancy for the festive dinner this year are in luck – lobster prices have been slashed as suppliers look to move excess export stock. Here is how you can snap a bargain.
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