Her vibrant artwork is already wrapped around a MINI art car and roving the streets, but last night the laurels kept coming with Natalya Hughes taking out the top gong at the Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2020 announcement.
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.
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.
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.
New primary schools will be built in Caloundra South and North Maclean (Greenbank) and a new special school will be constructed in Coomera all in time for the 2022 school year.
Caloundra Christian College (CalCC) was honoured to host of group of over 40 members of Learning Environments Australasia (LEA) as they inspected the award winning Primary Learning Centre this morning. The LEA delegates are mostly from Brisbane and include architects, designers, planners, educators and policy makers.
Dance Energy Studios is hosting a series of dance workshops for free in the hopes of bringing back a sense of community.
This week the Caloundra Music Festival joins the list of local and global event organisers that have made the decision to cancel event plans for this year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sunshine Coast residents and visitors are on top of the world as Australia’s tallest travelling portable observation wheel starts to spin again in Caloundra today.