Multiple storms are predicted for the upcoming summer, are you prepared? As we’ve learnt in previous summers the Sunshine Coast can be affected by flooding or left without power for long stretches of time due to severe storms. Local Disaster Management Chair, Mayor Mark Jamieson said now was the time for local residents to ensure […]
AGL Action Rescue Helicopters saved dozens of lives braving atrocious weather in the wake of ex-tropical cyclone Oswald, the AGL Helicopters were the only air assets able to get through from the south to begin the rescue effort.
Sunshine Coast hinterland residents, in the areas hardest hit in the Australia Day weekend storms and rains, won’t miss out on being able to dispose of their storm debris for free.
With the Sunshine Coast Local Disaster Management Group now in recovery phase, Coordinator Alan (Fox) Rogers said the main focus today would be on the safety and welfare of people.
[vid]Sunshine Coast’s disaster and emergency teams have been working hard behind the scenes to be prepared for the summer storm season. How prepared are you?
The onset of the storm season over the past weekend has seen the number of stray animals reported to Sunshine Coast Council multiplied.
The clean up continues in Cooroy but the township is back on its feet with most businesses operating as usual.