A state government commissioned safety survey on a stretch of Yandina-Coolum Road has failed to prove the need for a reduced speed limit or the installation of safety barriers.
The Queensland Government is investing almost $1 million to repair the pavement on the Sunshine Motorway at Coolum Beach.
National Parks Minister Steve Dickson officially re-opened Mt Coolum’s hugely popular summit walk on Friday following a $525,000 upgrade. The entire project has taken almost two years to complete, with the first phase of repairing the track following extreme weather completed late in 2011.
Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson welcomed news that from today Coast residents will be able to judge improvements in the performance of their local hospital on key data such as waiting times and emergency department access.
Funds for road safety improvements for the Sunshine Motorway between Mooloolaba and Peregian have been allocated in the State Government budget, Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson said today. The Transport Minister has allocated funds in this year’s budget to commence planning for this $510,000 project. Safety measures will include centre median treatments, reduced lane width […]
The long-awaited cycle and pedestrian path between the Maroochy River Bridge and Ocean Drive, Pacific Paradise, is set to open to the community today.
The Newman Government is delivering a smoother, safer driving surface for Maroochydore Road, thanks to a million-dollar makeover.
Planning for the future location of Coolum’s new police station is now progressing with land being secured at South Coolum Road, Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson announced today.
Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson has today attacked the State Labor Government for their flip flop over promised action to improve safety at the Mooloolah river mouth.
The Emergency Services Minister has been accused of being asleep at the wheel after he dismissed concerns a witness to a robbery was put on hold for five minutes after ringing “000” as thieves broke into the neighbouring shop.