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
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.
WATCH: Sunshine Coast Council has won a national award for a program which helps migrants new to the region find work. Member for Fairfax Ted O’Brien, joined by Sunshine Coast Council Mayor Mark Jamieson, announced the award in front of staff and participants of the program for which Council has been honoured.
The COVID-19 pandemic has seen many people across the Sunshine Coast go above and beyond to support our community and this year, the Sunshine Coast Australia Day Awards will look to additionally recognise those special people.
Not even COVID is going to stop local small businesses as Member for Glass House Andrew Powell excitedly announces the re-launching of the Glass House Small Business Awards.
Sunshine Coast Council’s 2019 Kids in Action program has been recognised for the role it played in building deeper connections between the Jinibara and Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi First Nations people and our region’s children, by winning the Queensland Reconciliation Award for partnership.
The Sunshine Coast Council Solar Farm has been honoured in the National Awards for Local Government which showcase innovative and resourceful solutions that local governments have implemented to make a difference within their communities. The Solar Farm won the Boosting Productivity through Infrastructure Award, highlighting council’s forward thinking approach to invest in modern infrastructure to […]
Businesses and individuals who have been watching the clock and have not yet entered the 20th Sunshine Coast Business Awards (SCBA) can breathe a sigh of relief. The deadline for completed entries has been extended to 5pm Wednesday 17 September 2014 (previously 29 August). Entries are free and can be completed online at www.SunshineCoastBusinessAwards.com.au Following the successful completion last […]
University of the Sunshine Coast Design student Jaclyn Crane has won a highly competitive national student design award with her striking entry Remember Fukushima. The competition brief was to design a cover for an imaginary issue of the esteemed design industry publication, DG Magazine, with the theme “Famous Designers”. Jaclyn chose to emulate the style […]
Member for Fisher Mal Brough MP has welcomed the opening of Nominations for the 2014 National Disability Awards, giving Australians the opportunity to celebrate the individuals and organisations who are having a positive impact on the lives of people with disability. “As the Chair of the National Disability Insurance Scheme committee I have been humbled […]