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.
The Palaszczuk Government has further boosted funding to secure new flights to Queensland with $10 million for interstate flights.
The Premier has announced a $50 million boost for South-East Queensland councils to build new and upgraded infrastructure which will create 750 jobs as part of Queensland’s continued economic recovery from COVID-19.
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.
A new tourism campaign, Queensland – You’re Good to Go – is projected to deliver a $1 billion in overnight accommodation takings for hard hit tourism operators over the next four months.
This is the final call advising the Sunshine Coast Council’s Community Grants and Environment Levy Grants Programs are closing on Monday, September 15 at 5pm, leaving only one week for groups to submit their applications. If you’re a not-for-profit community group with a project that demonstrates significant community need and benefit, you may be eligible […]
[Video]Next year’s Prep students will benefit from more teacher aide support, creating a stronger foundation and better learning experience, as part of the Queensland Government’s strong plan for education. Premier Campbell Newman and Minister for Education, Training and Employment Minister John-Paul Langbroek announced the third round of funding to deliver an extra 2,250 Prep teacher aide hours per week […]