Maroochydore’s Surf Life Saving Club and Nambour’s Vinnies are two very different charities in two very different locations. But they also have two wonderful things in common.
Stage six of the Mooloolaba to Maroochydore Cycleway will be re-designed after community consultation wrapped up this month.
Revitalising the Mooloolaba Foreshore, developing a new Beerwah Community Meeting Place, and upgrading the Peregian Beach Boardwalk are just some of the local projects to be funded with the Queensland Government’s $50 million Unite and Recover Community Stimulus Package.
The COVID-19 pandemic has seen many people across the Sunshine Coast go above and beyond to support our community and this year, the Sunshine Coast Australia Day Awards will look to additionally recognise those special people.
WATCH: Sunshine Valley Men’s Shed is going from strength to strength and thanks to funding from the Federal Government’s Community Development Grant it now has the facilities to attract new members.
Almost 20 years ago, local surf artist Owen Cavanagh painted a large mural of Mudjimba Island on the side of an old cane shed next to the Sunshine Motorway. In the coming weeks the mural will carefully propped up with metal framing set in a concrete footing.
Sunshine Coast University Hospital registered nurse Michelle Wyatt has an unknown stranger to thank for her 17-year-old daughter Savannah’s life, after a severe infection in late 2019 nearly killed her.
Sporting groups across the region have scored a much needed boost to keep their fields in tip-top shape thanks to Sunshine Coast Council’s 2020 Sports Field Maintenance Funding Program endorsed at today’s (23 July) Ordinary Meeting.
Kenilworth residents will continue to benefit from a volunteer-led transport and operated service after Sunshine Coast Council today (23 July) approved support for the Kenilworth Community Transport Service.
Nambour Aquatic Centre and Yandina Cricket Club will receive major upgrades thanks to $1.5 million allocated as part of the State Government’s Works for Queensland funding.