Testing and refining emergency responses with COVID-19 restrictions in place was the focus of today’s simulated disaster event, coordinated by Sunshine Coast Council.
Multiple storms are predicted for the upcoming summer, are you prepared? As we’ve learnt in previous summers the Sunshine Coast can be affected by flooding or left without power for long stretches of time due to severe storms. Local Disaster Management Chair, Mayor Mark Jamieson said now was the time for local residents to ensure […]
Queenslanders are being asked to “go orange” in support of the State Emergency Service (SES) on Wear Orange to Work Day this Wednesday, 14 November.
Premature, sick and injured babies are set for a smooth ride with the AGL Action Rescue Helicopter, thanks to a $10,000 grant from the Commonwealth Bank to fund a new a humidi-crib slide.
Coolum State High School Year 12 students were confronted with a shockingly real crash scene on Wednesday as part of a docu-drama performance aimed at educating them about road trauma.
Council, in partnership with Emergency Management Queensland, Queensland Fire and Rescue Services and Queensland Police Service, today announced the launch of Get Ready Sunshine Coast – for the coming summer season.
Emergency services responded to reports of a two vehicle road traffic crash on the Steve Irwin Way, Beerburrum around 2.15pm. A 35-year-old woman was airlifted (AGL Action Rescue) with serious head injuries in a critical condition.