Terry Quinn

Terry Quinn
Terry Quinn worked in the UK, US, Canada, NZ and Australia as a newspaper editor and publisher. He now writes thrillers. More info: www.terencejquinn.com.au.

Fowl play: how I was am-bushed on Main Beach

This is going to ruffle the feathers of my Noosa Matters co-contributor Tony Wellington, a distinguished ex-mayor of Noosa and well-known bird-lover.   I’m no David Attenborough but I have identified a new species of Alectura lathami – commonly known as

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Who is left to sniff the lampposts of Noosa?

Celebrated journalist H.L. Mencken once said: “Journalism is to politician as dog is to lamppost.”  More of that later. But first, full disclosure: for thirty-odd years I worked for traditional media – i.e. newspapers. I left the industry fifteen years

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Fowl play: how I was am-bushed on Main Beach

This is going to ruffle the feathers of my Noosa Matters co-contributor Tony Wellington, a distinguished ex-mayor of Noosa and well-known bird-lover.   I’m no David Attenborough but I have identified a new species of Alectura lathami – commonly known as

Read More »

Who is left to sniff the lampposts of Noosa?

Celebrated journalist H.L. Mencken once said: “Journalism is to politician as dog is to lamppost.”  More of that later. But first, full disclosure: for thirty-odd years I worked for traditional media – i.e. newspapers. I left the industry fifteen years

Read More »