Sunshine Coast Hinterland men will soon have a new place to socialise, support each other and contribute to the community with the beginning of construction on the long-awaited Mooloolah Valley Men’s Shed. The new Shed, paid for by a Federal Government grant of $250,000, is being constructed on land behind the existing Mooloolah Valley Community Centre.
This year has been a rollercoaster and our Sunshine Coast community has truly shown strength and compassion. We’ve seen and heard many incredible stories of ingenuity, selflessness and giving, which is why the 2021 Sunshine Coast Australia Day Awards will be so special. @CouncilSCC
Federal Member for Fisher Andrew Wallace joined members of the Men’s Shed this morning to turn the first sod on construction of the Federally funded new facility.
Caloundra Rugby Union Club’s future is looking brighter than ever at Lighthouse Park with the switching on of new Federally funded lighting for the ground’s third field. The lights, paid for with a $131,000 grant under the Coalition Government’s Building Better Regions Fund.
Today Maroochy RSL welcomed 20 World War II veterans to the club as part of its ongoing veterans’ events program, to both celebrate and thank them for their service over a cup of tea and cake.
WATCH: Sunshine Coast Council has won a national award for a program which helps migrants new to the region find work. Member for Fairfax Ted O’Brien, joined by Sunshine Coast Council Mayor Mark Jamieson, announced the award in front of staff and participants of the program for which Council has been honoured.
The Sunshine Coast’s spectacular beaches will be even more accessible for people of all abilities thanks to an extra initiative launched today by Sunshine Coast Council and The Compass Institute Inc.
With Legacy Week 2020 kicking off on Sunday, August 30, Sunshine Coast Council Mayor Mark Jamieson said he wanted to make people aware of the incredible work the Sunshine Coast Legacy Group does and urge the community to support the foundation.
A planning scheme amendment has been adopted by Sunshine Coast Council to give the community greater certainty that the region’s significant cultural heritage values will be protected.
WATCH: A brand new mini-bus which will transfer children with disabilities to their health appointments on the Sunshine Coast has launched today, Wednesday 19 August by local volunteer organisation, The Board Meeting Surf Charity.