Video: A new chapter in the story that is our Sunshine Coast started today (Friday, June 12) with the handover of the new international standard runway and associated infrastructure to the Sunshine Coast Airport.
Unitywater is freezing all prices for the next year, from 1 July 2020, to support residents and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic and recovery.
Unitywater is helping feed the Coast’s homeless while supporting local businesses. In May, the utility joined forces with various Sunshine Coast organisations to provide services, hot showers, food and advice to those sleeping rough as a result of COVID-19.
As Australians are increasingly asked to access basic services through technology, up to 60 per cent are now using the internet more than five times a day and Suncare Community Services is determined to not let the seniors’ community fall behind.
Most of Noosa’s community facilities will reopen next Monday, June 15, with public health plans in place.
A secondary school student who has worked tirelessly to make her school a more environmentally-friendly place has been awarded the inaugural Les Hall Conservationist Award 2020.
Sunshine Coast latest land release sells stage one (21 lots) over the weekend on the back of the 25k new HomeBuilder grant.
Dust off the footy boots and get out the netball gear because Sunshine Coast Council will reopen four of its major sporting fields from today, Monday 8 June.
Reimagine Nambour can tick off one of its priority wish list items with $60,000 in funding to create ‘Brand Nambour’ and drive the town’s transition to a new economy.
A new tourism campaign, Queensland – You’re Good to Go – is projected to deliver a $1 billion in overnight accommodation takings for hard hit tourism operators over the next four months.