The Sunshine Coast community is being encouraged to share their ideas on the Australian and Queensland Governments’ $18 million safety upgrade to Steve Irwin Way between Beerwah and Landsborough.
So today this happened. “Unfortunately, in response to Australia’s proposed News Media Bargaining Code legislation, Facebook will have to restrict publishers and people in Australia from sharing or viewing Australian and international news content on Facebook.” The reality for news organisations, large and small, is that their legacy news models and the habits of news consumers have changed. […]
Sunshine Coast Council will donate 100 iPhones to local organisation DV Safe Phone to help domestic and family violence victims in need.
The Sunshine Coast Arts Foundation (SCAF) is inviting local arts organisations and artists to apply for partnerships to offer tax deductibility to their donors or to be a recipient of GIFTED annual giving campaign.
In partnership with the community, Sunshine Coast Council will spend the next few years developing a new planning scheme to shape land use and development across the region.
WATCH: At a recent community meeting resident from Sippy Downs and the new Housing Estate Harmony have come together to expand the program. A new committee was formed recently with a strong focus on community engagement with local police.
As Bloomhill Cancer Care launches its 2020 Christmas Appeal, local business Jaz Realty has teed up Santa to give some early gifts to children of cancer-affected families. Santa’s sleigh has been mounted atop a classic Bentley, with gifts for 22 children to be presented at a private festive event for families.
WATCH: Today, police are conducting a good order operation in Nambour CBD. The operation will target anti-social behaviour whilst also providing support to vulnerable members of the community and connecting them with local services.
WATCH: Youngsters and the young at heart will have a revitalised Nambour Aquatic Centre in 2021, with construction of the new Nambour Splash Park now underway.
WATCH: The trial is over, it was a huge success and now live streamed vision is constantly rolling in from four of Brightwater’s parks thanks to CCTV vision captured by four cameras erected around the estate.