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.
Fisher MP says there are plenty of job vacancies in businesses across the Sunshine Coast ahead of the extension and reduction in the level of coronavirus supplement JobSeeker payments coming into effect on Monday.
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
The Sunshine Coast community is invited to share ideas on proposed rail and commuter parking improvements as part of the jointly funded $550 million Beerburrum to Nambour Rail (B2N) Upgrade.
Senator Gerard Rennick has attended a Sunshine Coast Business Council lunch at USC today to learn more about the real issues currently impacting the region’s economy.
In more roads news for SEQ, the construction contract has just been signed for six-laning the Bruce Highway between Caboolture and Beerburrum, a spot that backs up regularly, particularly after a long weekend. Works should start before Christmas. This project is jointly funded 80/20 by the Australian and Queensland Governments.
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.
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.
Hinterland riders rejoice: the Queensland Government and Sunshine Coast Regional Council are teaming up to build a new $1 million bike path in Eumundi.
Local shows across the state will continue to delight, entertain and connect communities with 130 show societies and associations receiving more than $2.1 million from the Queensland Government’s Show Societies Grants Program, to help conduct their annual show.