Some of Noosa’s skate parks, picnic shelters and larger playgrounds will reopen this week, in line with the easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
Over 90 Capital Works projects were completed, totalling nearly $23 million during the last financial year. That means, Council and its contractors delivered 96 per cent of the Capital Budget in 12 months.
After 14 years with Noosa Council and 30 years in local government, Noosa’s widely respected Director of Community Services, Alan ‘Fox’ Rogers, retires this week. Mr Rogers has played an instrumental role in the development of some of the Shire’s most significant public infrastructure, including the Cooroy Library, The J theatre and the recently completed […]
Noosa Council’s Go Noosa transport and traffic trials officially start tomorrow to coincide with the beginning of the Queensland school holidays. In an effort to make it easier to get around this holiday season, a raft of new initiatives will be trialled all the way through to the Australia Day long week. Mayor Tony Wellington […]
Police are appealing to the public for assistance in regard to a home invasion and armed robbery that occurred at Noosaville on January 31st. Enquiries indicate that about 3.25pm on January 31st, two men are believed to have gained entry to a residence on Goodchap Street on the pretext of selling goods. While inside they have both […]
Noosa Council’s online services will be offline briefly this weekend while work to enhance Council’s core enterprise systems is carried out. Noosa Council Director, Organisational Services, Michael Shave said some online services would be interupted between 8.30am and 1.30pm Saturday, October 18. “Residents may see a message advising that some Council services, including online payments, […]
From Monday 15th September, Noosa Council’s building and plumbing departments will be housed under the same roof at “The Depot” on Eumundi-Noosa Road,opposite Bunnings.The move will improve customer service by providing a “one-stop-shop” with dedicated customer parking for contractors, certifiers, consultants and anyone who wishes to obtain information, technical advice or pick up an application […]
Noosa Council has made a cyber-leap, receiving $20,000 from State Library of Queensland to buy a ‘smart table’ to extend the libraries’ technology services. The smart table has a large interactive horizontal screen that looks like a coffee table and allows many people to use it at once. It will be the focal point of […]
The numbers are in, and there’s no doubt Noosa’s Free Holiday Buses over the Easter break were a runaway success. Better still, there’s evidence the initiative helped to get cars off the road and reduce congestion during one of Noosa’s busiest holiday periods. A record number of around 33,000 passenger trips were recorded on the […]
Noosa Council has won an historic court victory against a developer claiming nearly 53-million dollars in compensation over the council’s 1997 Strategic Plan. In a case watched closely by councils far and wide, the Planning and Environment Court last week dismissed the claim and found in favour of Noosa Council. While the developer R.F. Thompson […]