The Sunshine Coast community is being encouraged to share their ideas on the Australian and Queensland Governments’ $18 million safety upgrade to Steve Irwin Way between Beerwah and Landsborough.
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The Sunshine Coast community is invited to share ideas on proposed rail and commuter parking improvements as part of the jointly funded $550 million Beerburrum to Nambour Rail (B2N) Upgrade.
Whether you are a pet owner or not, Sunshine Coast Council is preparing to update the Domestic Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Strategy for the next 10 years, and we’re seeking your feedback. Have your say.
With a growing and changing population, Sunshine Coast council is reviewing the festive season program and we’re inviting you to share your thoughts on what’s important.
Sunshine Coast Council is calling on the community to ‘have your say’ on the newly released draft master plan for the 75-hectare Honey Farm Road Sport and Recreation Precinct at Meridan Plains, located opposite the Sunshine Coast Turf Club.
Community feedback is being invited on Sunshine Coast Disc Golf Club’s quest to establish a permanent home for the sport in Meridan Plains.
Plans for the commercial transformation of the Maroochydore’s city centre have taken another step forward with the release for public comment of a proposed development scheme for the Sunshine Coast city. It provides the opportunity to support economic development, build much-needed infrastructure and create a new CBD for the Sunshine Coast. Sunshine Coast Mayor Mark Jamieson said the […]
Parents can now provide feedback on the nation’s first major review of childcare since the 1990s without having to make a full-length submission. Member for Fisher Mal Brough said the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Childcare and Early Childhood Learning had the option for people to leave a “brief comment” via an online form. “Working parents […]
The federal government is seeking feedback on its plans to enhance online safety for children, Member for Fisher Mal Brough said today. “The start of the school year is an excellent time for us to focus on important aspects of child safety,” Mr Brough said. “It is very evident that parents and carers want better […]
On Monday, beach goers could grab a book from council’s ‘pop up’ library at Kings Beach as part of a program to both increase membership and encourage residents to have a say on the future direction of Sunshine Coast Council’s library service. The draft Sunshine Coast Council Libraries Plan 2014-2024 goes on display from 20 […]