Sunshine Coast Hinterland men will soon have a new place to socialise, support each other and contribute to the community with the beginning of construction on the long-awaited Mooloolah Valley Men’s Shed. The new Shed, paid for by a Federal Government grant of $250,000, is being constructed on land behind the existing Mooloolah Valley Community Centre.
In more roads news for SEQ, the construction contract has just been signed for six-laning the Bruce Highway between Caboolture and Beerburrum, a spot that backs up regularly, particularly after a long weekend. Works should start before Christmas. This project is jointly funded 80/20 by the Australian and Queensland Governments.
Federal Member for Fisher Andrew Wallace joined members of the Men’s Shed this morning to turn the first sod on construction of the Federally funded new facility.
Maroochydore’s Surf Life Saving Club and Nambour’s Vinnies are two very different charities in two very different locations. But they also have two wonderful things in common.
Yandina Community Gardens has combined the funds from two Federal Government Environment Grants to pilot a three-way organic waste management system for the town.
WATCH: Sunshine Valley Men’s Shed is going from strength to strength and thanks to funding from the Federal Government’s Community Development Grant it now has the facilities to attract new members.
WATCH: People living with quadriplegia and other disabilities will have access to competitive sport on the Sunshine Coast, some for the very first time, following a six figure Federal Government grant for Sippy Downs club Suncoast Spinners.
WATCH: More than 1500 primary school students at Chancellor State College in Sippy Downs will now be happier and safer following the completion of Federally funded upgrades to their ‘tired and dangerous’ playground.
Support from the Federal Government is now flowing to Wildlife HQ to help cover the operational costs of caring for their animals will also go a long way to ensuring the zoo’s continued success.
Watch: The Commonwealth and Queensland Governments will support infrastructure construction jobs across Queensland by jointly investing an additional $415 million to deliver shovel-ready infrastructure projects.