Bridget Steps Down
Local identity, Bridget Sparks has stepped down as president of the Maleny Visitor Information Centre. After 8 years leading the all-volunteer Centre, Bridget has decided to semi-retire.
New Projects In Mary Valley Help Recovery
The future looks bright for the Mary Valley with a three-pronged approach to its recovery through projects in the agriculture, tourism and environmental sectors.
Budget Bluff for disappointed Coast Communities
Member for Glass House, Andrew Powell MP, believes the Labor Government has stooped to new lows in their neglect of northern Moreton Bay and the Sunshine Coast.
Stop your rubbish, Kate
LABOR has wasted a golden opportunity to ease mounting concerns in the residential aged care sector over the looming Industry Waste Levy, the LNP said today.
Fatal House Fire Beerwah
Police are currently at the scene of a fatal house fire at Beerwah.
Initial information indicates police attended the home on Beerwah Parade around 4pm and spoke with a man.
Maleny locals hear from merger partner
Is it a little fish being swallowed up by a larger fish or is it a little fish joining a larger school? The choice of analogy, depends upon your perspective. The proposed merger between the Maleny Credit Union and Credit Union Australia was presented in a information session in Maleny this past weekend.
Winning Business Online - seminar series
Commencing on Friday 27th May, at the Hinterland Business Centre Maleny, the first of a series of ten small business workshops kicks off entitled "Winning Business Online".
Labor responsible for ‘green tape’ costs
Labor's commitment to ‘cut green tape’ costs was welcome after near 20 years of regulation. Andrew Powell said the statement from Labor’s Kate Jones was really an admission of failure.
Cooroy Sewerage Treatment Plant upgrade
Initial works to prepare for an improved, more environmentally-friendly sewage treatment plant at Cooroy, are about to commence.
Local member on a walking mission
Today, for the second year in a row, Member for Glass House, Andrew Powell strapped on his hiking boots in an effort to highlight the increasing need to upgrade the Maleny-Kenilworth Road.
Powell backs ‘Go Red for Women' campaign
Member for Glass House, Andrew Powell MP has thrown his full support, for the third year in a row, behind the Heart Foundation’s Go Red for Women campaign.
Andrew Powell's regular column, this week looking at his Yabba Creek to Maleny walk to raise awareness of the poor road condition, local chaplaincy programs and nominations for the Glass House Volunteer awards.