At a Special Meeting today (24 October), Sunshine Coast Council unanimously endorsed a nomination for the local government area to become a UNESCO Biosphere.
Australia Zoo has hosted a bee-utiful celebration for Bindi Irwin’s 21st birthday! Bindi’s birthday is traditionally one of the biggest and most exciting days on the Australia Zoo calendar and this year they celebrated her biggest milestone yet! Here’s an extended taste of the day.
It is official: Maroochydore City Centre ― on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast ― is underway with the first sod turned at its landmark commercial building, Foundation Place, this morning. The $30 million, cutting-edge commercial premises is the first building to emerge in the core commercial area in what will become the new heart of the Sunshine […]
The draft strategic business case for a new mass transit system to cater for a growing region will be considered by Sunshine Coast Council at its July Ordinary Meeting (Thursday, July 25). Here the Mayor Mark Jamieson outlines the process to the local media and answers questions about the business case and what it means […]
Work will commence this month fitting out the new Police Beat at the Mooloolaba Wharf complex. The announcement follows the successful finalisation of a lease agreement undertaken by the Public Safety Business Agency. On-site works are expected to be complete by September. Policing operations will commence upon the work being completed. Police Minister Mark Ryan […]
Queensland Police have taken a 25-year-old man into custody after a series of alleged violent car thefts in the Wide Bay area this morning. It will be alleged around 6.25am a man was forced out of his Holden Colorado ute on Watson Street in Hervey Bay by a man armed with a knife. The man […]
Over 90 Capital Works projects were completed, totalling nearly $23 million during the last financial year. That means, Council and its contractors delivered 96 per cent of the Capital Budget in 12 months.
The countdown is on for the 35th Queensland Garden Expo and it promises to be big, thanks to the beautiful weather forecast for the weekend! There will be 360 exhibitors and displays, as well as 120 lectures and demonstrations making up a stellar three-day event on the Sunshine Coast between 12 and 14 July.
A stakeholder roundtable, secured by Member for Fairfax Ted O’Brien with Airservices Australia, is currently (5th July 2019)taking place in Marcoola, discussing the Consultation and Approvals Processes in relation to the Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion project. More than 20 people are attendance including Airservices Australia, the Aircraft Noise Ombudsman, Sunshine Coast Council, Noosa Council, Flight […]
The Sunshine Coast Daily is reporting this morning, that the State Housing and Public Works Minister Mick de Brenni for Springwood is proposing new laws which will allow licenced Queensland certifiers to hold professional indemnity insurance with cladding-related exclusions.