The Sunshine Coast World Environment Day Festival will be held this Sunday and one local business will be there to celebrate the day by offering customers a unique chance to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and their electricity bill. Accord Electrical will cut $200 off the price of a new solar system – but the […]
Seven Sunshine Coast Councillors were today tasked with assessing the best Alternative Waste Technology for the Sunshine Coast.
Sunshine Coast Council has extended the deadline for residents to have their say about the future of waste management to midnight, 25 November 2011.
The fledgling local Brothers Sunshine Coast Junior Rugby Union Club has received a significant boost after securing a combined $400,000 grant to build change rooms, toilets, match official and first aid rooms at Stockland Park.
Recycling at Stockland Park is set to increase by 50 percent thanks to the installation of 46 new “away from home” recycling bins around the complex.
The transformation of the old netball courts is what visitors to popular Grahame Stewart Park on Croydon Ave in Currimundi have to look forward to as an early Christmas gift from Sunshine Coast Council.
Flying foxes may not be flavour of the month but Sunshine Coast Council is committed to constructing strategies that will contribute to the successful management of the species locally.
You won’t recognise Kawana Skate Park after Sunday’s Art in the Park, a mural makeover – being run by Sunshine Coast Council and Sunshine Coast Arts Industry Precinct Inc (SCAIP) – on Sunday 30 October 2011.
Freshwater catchments across the region have recorded the best results since measurements began with the first Healthy Waterways report card 10 years ago.