WATCH: Sunshine Coast Council Mayor Mark Jamieson – who has played a leading role in advancing the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games candidature – is delighted with the announcement overnight by the International Olympic Committee of the preferred host for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
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.
WATCH:The Australian Cycling Academy is bolstering its ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast roster ahead of the new year, with the signing of 10 promising new riders and announcement of a three-year contract extension with the Sunshine Coast Council.
WATCH: The Nambour Cup really its straps this year with the biggest field in the race’s history jumping from the barrier-bucket Thursday morning. An annual fundraiser to help teenage mums stay in school.
Sunshine Coast Council Mayor Mark Jamieson has welcomed the bipartisan support which has been secured from the State Government and the State Opposition to commit $20 million towards the $68 million Stage 1 expansion of the Sunshine Coast Stadium.
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.
Melbourne Storm has reported a COVID breach by one of its players to the NRL Integrity Unit overnight.
The league today confirmed the schedule and venues for the 2020 Final Series, revealing that all matches will be played between USC Stadium on the Sunshine Coast and Nissan Arena in Brisbane (Grand Final).
WATCH: Sunshine Coast and national award-winning business, ROCKCOTE, will join the Storm Group as an official partner of both Melbourne Storm and Sunshine Coast Lightning.
WATCH: Palmwoods local and former Kawana High School graduate Taj Jones has become the first member of the Sunshine Coast based Australian Cycling Academy (ACA) to secure a contract with a World Tour Team.