Hot Hatch Toyota Yaris pictures revealed

Our love of performance offerings will hopefully convince Toyota Australia we'd love a Yaris hot hatch

'Miracle baby': Why Molly's mum is already in tears

Molly Bryson is getting ready for her first day of prep at West Moreton Anglican College with her mum Krystal.

In the first two years Molly was taken to hospital 27 times.

VIDEO: Coast's best, secret freshwater swimming holes

Making the most of rock pools on the Sunshine Coast.

All most people want to do during the heatwave is cool off

'Nardya will not be going home'

On Wednesday the 25-year-old was given a week to live

Suzuki Ignis micro SUV on sale at just $16990 drive away

LITTLE ZOOK: Bags of personality, custom colour choices, impressive standard kit and quite unique styling, Suzuki's tiny new Ignis SUV is ready to take you to Funky Town.

Unique micro SUV arrives at a super sharp price

5 minutes with Israel Folau on footy, life and love

Israel Folau and Silver Fern netballer Maria Tutaia announced their engagement last last year.

WE CAUGHT up with football star and Brisbane ex-pat Israel Folau.

Is Australia about to face a garlic bread shortage?

George Weston Foods recalled garlic bread.

Garlic bread was supplied to food outlets and supermarkets

Parents horrified by mould inside Sophie the Giraffe

Dana isn’t the only one who has found Sophie’s secret

'Age is no barrier': 3 Gladstone women shed up to 100kg

"People think they're too old to do it, but I'm not.”

Luxury fabric makes comeback

Nothing looks lusher than velvet trimmed curtains spilling on to the floor.

Add a classic touch to your home

Expert tells how to be lean in a fat world

Get Lean, Stay Lean by Dr Joanna McMillan

Dr Joanna McMillan's new book on losing weight

Sustainable clothing a 2017 trend

Items from Yevu Clothing's November 2016 release.

Fashion production in spotlight

Shape up to your personal style

Dress for your shape in 2017.

Clever tips for your body type

What diets are set to star in 2017?

The coconut is considered a hero product in a paleo diet.

Eating like our prehistoric ancestors v eating for our brains

'Please don't be mad, I've just had a baby'

Emma and daughter Hannah-Maria

She was 39 weeks pregnant and didn't know

Banana Boat slammed by beachgoers suffering severe sunburn

One mother said she had to have her five-year-old daughter treated for first-degree burns when her skin began peeling off her shoulder after using Banana Boat sunscreen.

Mothers said the sunscreen failed to protect their children

Premmy twins: one dies, one fighting for life

A Coast couple is mourning the death of their baby son while his twin sister fights for life.

Couple by daughter's side as she fights for life

Potato chip foretells end to nine-year, $25k IVF heartache

BLESSED: Paul and Tara Crook with daughter Kaycee who arrived with the help of IVF and some talented specialists.

ACCORDING to this Gympie couple, their daughter is a miracle.

Infant hospitalised with rash 'caused' by kids sunscreen

Jessie Swan posted this photo of her son with a "horrible rash/burn" all over his body on the Cancer Council Australia's Facebook page.

"This is not sunburn, this is a reaction to the cream"

"Superhuman" toddler rescues trapped twin brother

"We know Bowdy was not alone in moving the dresser off of Brock."

Fishing report: Mud crabs in Sandy Strait and fish about

Some recent good catches on the Fraser Coast.

You might have a hard time finding a place to park your boat.

Meet the Feather Riot, the girls of Cluckingham Palace

Gidget, Layne and Phyllis oversee proceedings. PHOTO: ALISON PATERSON

Alison Paterson shares the wonders of the backyard chook

Cooler breeze and our spots are working well for anglers

Catherine had a ball out on the water with Hervey Bay Fly and Sportfishing, and catching this grey mackerel was a bonus.

Hopefully the south-easterlies will bring the pelagics in close.

'Brake! Brake!' Beach driving goes wrong

Watch as beach drivers find getting a tow can make things worse

Time to cast our nets in the hope of seafood dinner

2016 Burrum Heads Easter Fishing Classic - 11 yr old Sophie Dahl from the Sunshine Coast waiting for a bite. Photo: Alistair Brightman / Fraser Coast Chronicle

Even the northerly winds haven't been enough to keep fishos away.

Good variety being caught on the region's reefs this week

HOOKED: Dave, from New Zealand, with a whopper queenfish.

The Burrum has been a great place to escape the winds.

Foodies' scavenger hunt: are you up for it?

IF YOU want to give your tastebuds the flavour sensations of a lifetime, here is the ultimate foodie’s scavenger hunt through Brisbane.

How to make your child's every dream come true...

Take a dip at South Bank in the inner-city beach.

‘I DON’T want to do fun things, Mum and Dad’… said no child ever!

Why Sizzler will give away its cheese toast next week

MEET SAM: Everybody... I'd like you to meet Sam. He is enjoying some famous cheese toast. He loves it so much he wanted a snap of himself eating it. Photo Matt Green

Sizzler handing out free cheese toast, unless you're in Bundaberg

Ups and downs in NBN quest to leave no home behind

Toowoomba's David Shinners and his son Hugh and wife Julie find online life easier with the NBN.

Faster broadband means fewer people will leave the regions for work.

Our love affair with the internet is growing

Gympie West's Micah, Kathy, Rob and Mitchell Pitt, with their dog Winston, enjoying their devices through the National Broadband Network.

We do it in bed, at work, in the kitchen ... and on the loo.

Nutella maker hits back over cancer concerns

Palm oil in many food brands including Cadbury’s chocolate

Adam Liaw delves into Singapore's street food culture

DESTINATION FLAVOUR: Celebrity chef Adam Liaw explores Singapore to reveal the secrets of its cuisine.

Celebrity chef shares secrets of Singapore's cuisine

Clean up your act and save hours

A few little tweaks to your routine can make a big difference

I object to too many objects

How do you feel about "stuff”?

Home style in 2017: embrace trends with authenticity

Vibrant greens and rich timbers will be on trend in 2017, like this wallpaper by Justina Blakeney for Hygge & West. Find it at thejungalow.com.

Blues and copper are out and greenery is in according to Pantone.

60 plants stolen during heartless midnight raid

ALSTONVILLE residents are now on the lookout to catch plant thieves green-handed after an elderly couple's newly-planted box hedge was stolen at weekend.

The perfect time of year to grow Radishes

Add crunch with radishes.

Radishes are quick and easy to grow and they're tasty

Teach your kids to garden, holiday fun

Summer is the perfect time to get the kids in the garden.

Teach your kids to garden, holiday fun

Invasive weed found around Bundaberg

Weed of the Week: Starburr (Acanthospermum hispidum).This species is native to Central America, parts of the Caribbean, and tropical South America.Photo: Ian Read

Starburr reduces native pastures

These snakes aren't on a plane, they're much closer

In the film Snakes On A Plane, Nelville Flynn, played by Samuel L. Jackson, must fight a plane load of loose deadly snakes.

Where these snakes are hanging out would terrify Samuel L Jackson

It's time to plan your summer garden

Sunpatiens are also fantastic in pots, flowering non-stop throughout the year.

Help your garden overcome the summer heat

Little fruit packs punch

Blueberries have plenty of fibre, virtually no fat and loads of vitamins.

'Berry' good addition to gardens, even in sub-tropical climates

Is this the app to take the pain out of car rentals?

DON’T like the rental car they’ve lined up for you? This might just be the app for you.

Wander, meander and stroll

PURE BLISS: Looking out to Shipstern Bluff from an ideal spot to pause on the walk.

Travel at your own place on the Three Capes walk

You can do WHAT in Brisbane?!

Talk about arriving in style! Take your pub crawl to the next level with a helicopter!

BET you didn't know you could do these things in Brisbane...

Last minute twist delays sailor's record Antarctica bid

Former Sunshine Coast sailor Lisa Blair is preparing to become the first woman to circumnavigate Antarctica.

Preparations finalised for epic journey

Grab a bite to eat in the streets of the Big Apple

La Esquina, aka The Corner Deli.

Discover New York's hidden gems, with award-winning menus

Find out how to have a great holiday

For people who want to holiday where the happy people live, booking.com found Australia was the number one destination after conducting a survey of 17,000 people from 17 countries.

Ensure a top spot with this one clue

Service with a smile at the Brisbane International

The technical aspects of the game are well looked after by staff in the Hawke-Eye room.

It is all systems go behind the scenes at the Brisbane International

Why The Walking Dead cast are paid a pittance

Walking Dead is officially the most-watched series on television — and yet the show’s cast earn a fraction of the paycheques commanded by actors on other shows.

50 Shades actress on why she hates the film

Dornan and Johnson’s frequent sex scenes were ‘awkward’ to film. Picture: SuppliedSource:Supplied

Jamie Dornan doesn’t blame you for hating 50 Shades

Chris Hemsworth’s X-rated compliment to former co-star

Australian actor Chris Hemsworth poses on the red carpet for the European premiere of the film 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' in London on April 21, 2015.

THOR star once paid former Home and Away actress a lewd compliment.

'I can't keep my mouth shut any longer'

Singer George Michael.

George Michael’s cousin blasts singer’s boyfriend Fadi Fawaz.

Fresh faces: NCIS gets a shake up with new cast members

The new cast of NCIS, from left, Rocky Carroll, Pauley Perrette, Sean Murray, David McCallum, Brian Dietzen, Wilmer Valderrama, Emily Wickersham, Mark Harmon, Duane Henry and Jennifer Esposito.

THREE new characters join naval drama for season 14.

First the Onesie, now an Xbox One S inflatable controller

Fancy an inflatable Xbox One S controller?

Inflatable controller 'perfect sidekick' for Australia Day party

Sarah Harris: Here’s what Amber Sherlock should’ve done

Studio 10 and Shark Tank presenter Sarah Harris.

STUDIO 10 host says Sherlock could’ve avoided the subsequent uproar.

Samantha has wrangled Buckingood clothing into a success

FOUNDING her fashion label when she was 20-years-old, Samantha Morgan has come a long way in five years.

City pin-up Miss Diamond Divine will sparkle in Las Vegas

PIN-UP: Photographer Shelley Lester has taken these pin-up shots for her business Scarlett Noir in Toowoomba. Pictured is alternative model Miss Diamond Divine from Toowoomba.   /Scarlett Noir Photography

Pin-ups around the world flock to Vegas to be centre stage

High tech fashion to dazzle and correct posture

The FashionWare show featured Nick Verreos of Project Runway fame and designers Sylvia Heisel, Chelsea Klukas, Jazsalyn McNeil, Maria Orduz Pinto, and Pauline Van Dongen

One tech jacket has 29 pockets - including for two laptops

After learning to walk again, Jesse's a pageant finalist

17-year-old Hervey Bay girl Jesse Heldens is a national finalist of the Miss Galaxy 2017 competition.

She's a Miss Galaxy Australia national finalist.

Chance to own funky clothing store as owner sells up

END OF ERA: Repeat Offenderz owner Rachel Bailey is selling the store to launch a wardrobe styling consultancy called Savvy Measures.

Due to a new business opportunity, the owner is selling shop

NRL stars spotted wearing Gatton designer's creations

NRL stars have been spotteqd wearing Jayden's clothing label. Photo: Channel 7.

How this uni student is smashing the business world at 18.

Napoleon spills his top makeup secrets

Makeup powerhouse Napoleon Perdis caught up with ARM to share his expert secrets to applying the perfect face of makeup.

MAKEUP powerhouse shares tips for applying perfect makeup.

We've seen the future and it's scary for retailers

The biggest tech show in the world shows the future for Australian retailers. And it's isn't pretty.

Coast-made app gives on-the-spot coffee, hotel discounts

Buddy founder, Noosa resident Danny Simmonds.

Before you pay your cafe bill, check this app out

'G'day mate, would you chill the beer for me...''

A Samsung representative demonstrates Family Hub 2.0 - the new fridge with voice control - at CES 2017 in Las Vegas.

You could find yourself talking to the fridge more than you think

Are our fisheries infected? Good news for prawn lovers

Tony Pizone of Mooloolaba River Fisheries eats one of his delicious prawns.

Find out whether Mooloolaba prawns have white spot disease

Letter scares off opponents of proposed Buderim Woolies

FINGERS CROSSED: North Buderim IGA store manager Scott Duncan with Buderim residents Roy and Kerrie Gibson don't want another Woolworths built in Buderim.

Legal letter scares off supermarket opponents

Earmade: the little Qld idea on world stage

Maria Ranchod, of Dog and Bone, models Earmade at CES 2017 in Las Vegas

Aussie tech firm on the brink of making it big in Vegas

Cheaper Samsung smartphone to hit the market

Samsung has confirmed the Galaxy A Series will be coming down under

Samsung unveils more affordable smartphone called Galaxy A

"I use the kids as weights": ridiculously fit Simone Gately

SIMONE Gately, 35, has five children under the age of 10, and she may just be the fittest mum on the internet.

What is the point of sex? It's good for you

Sex is central to who you are as a person.

Warwick in a stink over murky yellow water

WATER ISSUE: Bec De Leiuen posted this photo of online on Saturday night. Many Warwick residents have complained to council about the colour of the region's water.

People complained about colour, smell and taste of the murky water

Ruby McKinnon's shock overnight ovarian cancer discovery

She thought the bump meant she was pregnant

What's the point of sex?

Is there more going on than we think when we have sex?

The way of the word

An unthinking tirade is not going to resolve any misunderstanding between two people.

The advantages of thinking before you speak

Superbug resistant to all available drugs kills woman

A woman has died from a superbug resistant to every antibiotic

Routine key to successful transition back to school

THE tell-tale signs have begun appearing - Christmas decorations have been replaced by shelves of books, pens, pencils, lunchboxes, water bottles and more.

OPINION: I love you all, but get out of here

I love my grandchildren - if only kids weren't so messy!

I look forward to the end of January as much as the end of December

Oh baby, it's time to sleep

A wind-down routine may help restless babies go to sleep faster.

Mums, we have some tips for sending baby to dream land

Know the signs of bullying

VIGILANCE: By remaining watchful, parents can learn to identify the signs their child is being bullied at school.

Could you tell if your child is being made a victim?

Mum's beach photo goes viral: Wobbles aren't who I am

HAPPY: 1MotherBlogger author Kirsten Bosly shared a photo of her at the beach with her children Beckett, 8, and Bronte, 5, in an effort to promote a positive body attitude.

A mum's photo promoting positive body image is going viral

SCHOOL: Why do we still make girls wear skirts and dresses?

Research shows, skirts and dresses “restrict movement in real ways"

New dating show strips down contestants

IT’S SAID to be one of the most “diverse” dating shows to hit our television screens yet.

Hilary Duff finds dating tough

Hilary Duff is only attracted to "one guy a year".

PHOTOS: Hilarious reason he married her on New Year's Day

Chelsea and Shane Mackenzie are the first couple to marry in 2017.

THE New Year's Day wedding was one not to forget.

It's an engagement ring of a different kind

Aimee Spicer and Vincent Schouppe got engaged with a ring of a different variety. Photo / supplied

She saw her boyfriend standing in the surf holding something