An important building block for the future commercial heart of the Sunshine Coast was laid in Maroochydore today with the turning of the first sod on the city’s modern new bus station. Transport Strategy Portfolio Councillor Rick Baberowski said he was pleased to be part of this significant event. “The new Maroochydore CBD is becoming […]
Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson today lead by example and rolled up her sleeves to participate in the Australian Red Cross Easter blood drive. She urged locals to spare an hour of their time over the Easter break to help save up to three lives. Fiona Simpson said that blood stocks can become very low […]
Some of the Sunshine Coast’s most vulnerable children and their carers will benefit from continued support thanks to a renewed funding commitment from the Queensland Government. Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson said the Sunshine Coast Cooloola Sexual Abuse Prevention and Intervention Program would receive more than $620,000 each year over the next three years to […]
Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson has congratulated the Coolum and District Netball Association and the Coolum Croquet Club on gaining funding through the first round of the state government’s Get Playing funding.
The $4.5 million duplication of Tuckers Creek Bridge – the first stage of council’s Brisbane Road Upgrade Project – is now complete.
The number of Aussies holidaying on the Sunshine Coast increased 18 per cent to 1.8 million in the year to September 2012 according to new figures released today.
Steve Padgett, Managing Director of the Aeromil Group of Companies, announced a local pilot scholarship program during the official opening of the new Flight Options Flight Training Centre on Tuesday.
On-road cycle lanes will be installed on the southern side of David Low Way at Bli Bli to create a safer route for cyclists.
Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson has welcomed the calling of tenders on the long awaited Maroochydore bus station.
Funds for road safety improvements for the Sunshine Motorway between Mooloolaba and Peregian allocated in the State Government budget have now been brought forward so that work can get underway urgently