When Maleny Dairies milk producers, Keith and Sonya Hopper were first told of a different approach as to how they managed pastures to feed their cows, they were sceptical. A new variety of grasses and a local bio-fertiliser are showing great results.
Business & Finance
A Sunshine Coast fingerlime orchard that lost its export and national markets to the COVID-19 pandemic is rebounding with a grant under Queensland’s economic recovery plan.
An experienced market operator who established and operates a number of successful markets in San Diego is set to commence a weekly food and artisan market from Sunday 23 August at The Metropolitan (MET) within the new Maroochydore CBD.
A $100 million newly-completed Energex electricity project will power jobs and business growth on the Sunshine Coast for decades to come.
A project to improve beach amenity and provide long-term protection of the foreshore between Alexandra Headlands and Cotton Tree is set to start in August and will run for two months.
Sunshine Coast’s construction industry is invited to learn how they can be involved in the Sunshine Coast City Hall project in the Maroochydore city centre via a free, online information event.
WATCH: Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Education Minister Grace Grace visited Baringa’s new high school being constructed today to talk about the education investment and jobs in the region and to officially announce its new name as Baringa State Secondary College.
WATCH: Sunshine Coast Airport has spread its wings to fly north for the first time ever, officially launching its inaugural Alliance Airlines service to Cairns today.
Noosa Councillors have unanimously supported to opt out of buying the Tewantin TAFE complex, due to the hefty financial impacts of COVID-19.
With supporting local more important than ever during the coronavirus pandemic, two Queensland companies – Hall Contracting and Atlas Heavy Engineering – have recently banded together to build one of the toughest marine digging buckets in Australia.