While a pledge of $20 million was confirmed in late 2020 by the Queensland Government, together with pledges of $11 million from local philanthropists, the Federal Government has failed to commit funding for the Sunshine Coast Stadium expansion project (Stage 1) in the May Budget.
Health & Fitness
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WATCH: An important message from our Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service. While getting active at the beach, rainforest or in the bush are great ways to enjoy the great outdoors this summer, Queenslanders must remember the importance of proper hydration and sun safety as hot weather hits.
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.
A Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service Mental Health Clinical Nurse Consultant has been recognised as a leader in his field at the annual Queensland Nurses and Midwives’ Union (QNMU) Professional Practice Awards.
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.
Sunshine Coast Council today unveiled its $1.69 million renovations at the Kawana Aquatic Centre that are set to make a world-class splash to the Kawana Sports Precinct.
WATCH: With Queensland’s borders closed to tourists from Australia’s two largest states the Glasshouse Country Chamber of Commerce has joined Federal Member for Fisher Andrew Wallace’s #SupportSunshineCoast campaign and called on locals to help keep the Hinterland in business.
The QueenslandGovernment has announced $6.5 million for new biking and walking infrastructure through the Sunshine Coast hinterland, sparking jobs and new tourism opportunities as the region bounces back from COVID-19.
Future tennis stars, keen amateurs and visiting champions have a new home with the upgraded $4.5 million Sunshine Coast Tennis Centre at Caloundra officially opened today.