Installation is underway on four permanent CCTV cameras in the Brightwater estate. Last month a funding agreement was finalised between the Brightwater Community Association and the Australian Government allowing installation to begin.
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.
Caloundra Rugby Union Club’s future is looking brighter than ever at Lighthouse Park with the switching on of new Federally funded lighting for the ground’s third field. The lights, paid for with a $131,000 grant under the Coalition Government’s Building Better Regions Fund.
Local shows across the state will continue to delight, entertain and connect communities with 130 show societies and associations receiving more than $2.1 million from the Queensland Government’s Show Societies Grants Program, to help conduct their annual show.
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.
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.
A leading Sunshine Coast exporter of macadamia products is rebounding from the COVID-19 pandemic with a $50,000 grant as part of Queensland’s plan for economic recovery.
A Sunshine Coast fingerlime orchard that lost its export and national markets to the COVID-19 pandemic is rebounding with a grant under Queensland’s economic recovery plan.
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.