Sunshine Coast Council has completed the first stage of work on the Maroochy groyne to help maintain and protect the Cotton Tree coastline from erosion.
Almost 20 years ago, local surf artist Owen Cavanagh painted a large mural of Mudjimba Island on the side of an old cane shed next to the Sunshine Motorway. In the coming weeks the mural will carefully propped up with metal framing set in a concrete footing.
The Electoral Commission Queensland has officially declared the winners of the Sunshine Coast Council election.
A new pedestrian and cycle pathway has been constructed along Main Road, Maroochydore, providing a new link with the existing pathway on the Sunshine Motorway.
The new Sunshine Coast Council Mayor and councillors have agreed teamwork will be vital to get the right results over the next four years. Mayor Mark Jamieson said the council has a good balance of skills and experience to deliver for the people of the Sunshine Coast. “There are people from all different backgrounds and […]
Mayoral candidate Cr Debbie Blumel is standing by her daughter, Division 8 candidate Theresa Blumel, after yesterday afternoon when the Sunshine Coast Daily made 13 phone calls to the young teacher and also contacting her employer.
After receiving a request for street trees from the Allora Gardens retirement village in Maroochydore, council officers from three different departments are contributing to a project that aims to beautify Maroochydore Road.
Division 8 Councillor Debbie Blumel and members of the Friendship Force of the Sunshine Coast Inc. conducted a morning tea today to celebrate completed work on The Friendship Park.
Theresa Blumel will run as a candidate for Division 8 in the Sunshine Coast Regional Council election in March 2012. Mayoral candidate Debbie Blumel said that Theresa is a strong minded, independent young woman with a passion for community.
Sunshine Coast Council is commencing a detailed design for a boat ramp at Nojoor Rd in Twin Waters. Councillor Debbie Blumel said feedback from state agencies has meant a scaling down of the proposed size for the car park and boat ramp.