[Video] A delegation of Chinese business-people today took a good, long look at the Sunshine Coast’s economic credentials and investment prospects. Only a month ago, the delegation of 15, from the city of Foshan near Guangzhou had not even heard of the Sunshine Coast, let alone visited it. “When we made a presentation of the […]
The Swisse Color Run is set to change the colour of the Sunshine Coast when it arrives later this year, becoming the second Queensland location to play host to the iconic new event. On Sunday, October 13, 2013, Sunshine Coast Council’s premier sport and recreation facility Stockland Park at Kawana Waters will be transformed into […]
High-quality aged care services group Arcare has today celebrated the opening of its new Peregian Springs facility, with the creation of 90 new jobs. The company has also announced it intends to build a second facility in Maroochydore, in turn creating another 90 jobs when it is completed. Mayor Mark Jamieson said the new Arcare […]
Sunshine Coast Mayor Mark Jamieson has welcomed the clear cut result on de-amalgamation as it provides the certainty needed for the future of the region. Mayor Jamieson said the Sunshine Coast Council can now get on with the business of developing a sustainable economy, environment and lifestyle. “We’ll continue to create the rights conditions for […]
Last night, around 250 people attended the Noosa Deamalgamation information session organised by the Cooroy Chamber of Commerce with Mayor Jamieson and Councillor Green presenting the No and Yes cases respectively.
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[vid]Mayor accepts Noosa’s aim for self determination but says “accept the umpires” figures on the costs.
[vid]Sunshine Coast Mayor Mark Jamieson visited Maleny on Friday 25th January to open a key piece of infrastructure on the Maleny Community Precinct site.
[vid]The Minister for Local Government has said the figures in the Queensland Treasury Report on de-amalgamation are “gospel”.
The $4.5 million duplication of Tuckers Creek Bridge – the first stage of council’s Brisbane Road Upgrade Project – is now complete.