A stakeholder roundtable, secured by Member for Fairfax Ted O’Brien with Airservices Australia, is currently (5th July 2019)taking place in Marcoola, discussing the Consultation and Approvals Processes in relation to the Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion project. More than 20 people are attendance including Airservices Australia, the Aircraft Noise Ombudsman, Sunshine Coast Council, Noosa Council, Flight […]
Noosa Council’s Go Noosa transport and traffic trials officially start tomorrow to coincide with the beginning of the Queensland school holidays. In an effort to make it easier to get around this holiday season, a raft of new initiatives will be trialled all the way through to the Australia Day long week. Mayor Tony Wellington […]
A new Flexilink service will be trialled between Lake Macdonald and Cooroy to make it easier for residents to access local public transport. The trial service will operate from next Tuesday 2 April providing a return service three times a day, Monday to Saturday. Sunshine Coast Transport Strategy Portfolio Councillor Rick Baberowski said the Lake […]
Sunshine Coast Council will take another significant step in reducing its carbon footprint by supporting a project that diverts green waste from Coast tips to use as compost or mulch on local farms.
Victorian stone sculptor, Viktor Kalinowski from Mount Burnett is the recipient of the 2013 Noosa Stone Sculpture Bequest.
The Mill Place Precinct at Cooroy is looking for new friends to join its dedicated team of hard-working volunteers who have already made a positive contribution to Cooroy.
The region continues to benefit from Sunshine Coast Council’s Environment Levy Program which has protected more important habitat for conservation, helped restore coastal foreshores and invested in new community conservation.
Sunshine Coast Council’s Cooroy Library and a bevy of locals looked pretty in pink on Thursday 18 October to raise both funds and awareness for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
In recent years a number of issues have generated conflict between residents of the Teewah community. Sunshine Coast Council aims to resolve those differences.
With the weather warming up and school holidays just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to make a splash at the Tewantin Spray Park.