Sport Minister Steve Dickson served the opening volleyball to Olympic gold medallist Natalie Cook as he officially opened the Sunshine Coast’s new world-class beach volleyball facilities this morning. Mr Dickson said the Queensland Government had contributed $146,000 toward building the three new courts at Chancellor State College campus in Sippy Downs. “We are determined to […]
Access to Queensland’s national parks will be quicker, easier and more convenient in 2013, after National Parks Minister Steve Dickson announced a raft of permit improvements.
Sport and Recreation Minister Steve Dickson is reminding all sport and recreation clubs that time is almost up to apply for the first round of the Queensland Government’s Get in the Game initiative.
Sport and Recreation Minister Steve Dickson officially opened the Girraween Sports Complex today, giving the Sunshine Coast community another opportunity to get active.
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.
Local Member for Glass House, Andrew Powell MP has welcomed extra funding for grassroots sporting organisations in the recent State Budget.
National Parks, Sport and Recreation Minister Steve Dickson is visiting the Big Pineapple today to learn more about an industry proposal for a Sunshine Coast Great Rides Trail.
Want to have a say in how your state is run? Member for Buderim Steve Dickson is calling on anyone aged 15 to 25 passionate about seeking change in Queensland to apply for the 2012 Youth Parliament.
State Member for Buderim Steve Dickson has recently sponsored a petition calling on the state government to jointly fund with local and federal governments the purchase of a parcel of land in Mill Road Buderim for community use.