Kenilworth residents will continue to benefit from a volunteer-led transport and operated service after Sunshine Coast Council today (23 July) approved support for the Kenilworth Community Transport Service.
Regional Queensland traditions are being kept alive with the Queensland Government providing a $11,262 boost for the Maleny Show Society, and a $6598 boost for the Woodford Agricultural, Pastoral & Industrial Association. This follows on from last weeks funding announcements of $7,367 for the Kenilworth Show and Rodeo Sub-committee and $37,190 for the Sunshine Coast Agricultural […]
The plan for the Kenilworth showground expansion is set to receive a helping hand, with the Mayor and Councillor Rogerson providing $45,000 in discretionary funding to help with the purchase of nearby land. Mayor Mark Jamieson and Division 10 Councillor Greg Rogerson visited the Kenilworth showgrounds today to see first-hand how the funds from their […]
The AGL Action Rescue Helicopter has flown to the aid of a Brisbane man involved in a trail bike crash near Kenilworth. The 45 year old was riding through bushland with his brother and a friend when he lost control of his bike, fell off and came to rest in a creek bed. The AGL […]
Construction of the replacement Grigor Bridge on Maleny-Kenilworth Road at Conondale is expected to start this week. Member for Glass House Andrew Powell said the new bridge would provide an improved connection for Conondale, Maleny and Kenilworth communities. “The existing timber structure will be replaced with a higher, two-lane concrete bridge that will improve flood […]
“Local community organisations on the Sunshine Coast are among 4,800 across Australia to receive grants under the Volunteer Grants initiative,” the Federal Member for Fairfax, said today.
Kenilworth’s award-winning gourmet cheeses, yogurts and ice creams are just some of the tempting items on offer at the Kenilworth Cheese, Wine & Food Fest on Easter Saturday, April 7
Local residents aren’t the only ones reaping the benefits from Sunshine Coast Council’s recent work in Charles Street Park, Kenilworth.
The future of sport and recreation in Queensland is looking bright with Sunshine Coast clubs set to benefit from a $1.4 million funding boost over three years as part of the Local Sport and Recreation Jobs Plan program.
What a vibrant weekend. Kenilworth came alive again with the colourful opening of the coveted ‘Kenilworth Art Prize’, the $ 15.000 Acquisitive Painting Prize last Friday at the Kenilworth Hall.