Sporting groups across the region have scored a much needed boost to keep their fields in tip-top shape thanks to Sunshine Coast Council’s 2020 Sports Field Maintenance Funding Program endorsed at today’s (23 July) Ordinary Meeting.
Kenilworth residents will continue to benefit from a volunteer-led transport and operated service after Sunshine Coast Council today (23 July) approved support for the Kenilworth Community Transport Service.
Nambour Aquatic Centre and Yandina Cricket Club will receive major upgrades thanks to $1.5 million allocated as part of the State Government’s Works for Queensland funding.
Sunshine Coast council yesterday (Monday 20 July) announced the second stage of successful applicants from its COVID-19 Community Response Grants. Stage two consists of 104 applications being awarded more than $435,000.
With a growing and changing population, Sunshine Coast council is reviewing the festive season program and we’re inviting you to share your thoughts on what’s important.
Children will soon be able to enjoy the fun adventure of the slide located in the Nambour Council Administration Building forecourt next to the library, with a shade sail to be installed this week.
Nambour’s newest attraction has moved a step closer to completion, with the $840,000 works on the highly anticipated Nambour Heritage Tramway Depot (terminus) building complete and works underway on the tramway tracks.
The residents of Lotus Place Bli Bli have been selected as the winner of Sunshine Coast Council’s Covid Kindness Neighbourly Stories competition.
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.
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.