Revitalising the Mooloolaba Foreshore, developing a new Beerwah Community Meeting Place, and upgrading the Peregian Beach Boardwalk are just some of the local projects to be funded with the Queensland Government’s $50 million Unite and Recover Community Stimulus Package.
Noosa Councillors have unanimously supported to opt out of buying the Tewantin TAFE complex, due to the hefty financial impacts of COVID-19.
Unitywater has installed two community water fill stations for residents to fill their own containers during periods of dry weather.
Most of Noosa’s community facilities will reopen next Monday, June 15, with public health plans in place.
Noosa business operators have been given another week to provide feedback on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their business.
Some of Noosa’s skate parks, picnic shelters and larger playgrounds will reopen this week, in line with the easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
Over 90 Capital Works projects were completed, totalling nearly $23 million during the last financial year. That means, Council and its contractors delivered 96 per cent of the Capital Budget in 12 months.
After 14 years with Noosa Council and 30 years in local government, Noosa’s widely respected Director of Community Services, Alan ‘Fox’ Rogers, retires this week. Mr Rogers has played an instrumental role in the development of some of the Shire’s most significant public infrastructure, including the Cooroy Library, The J theatre and the recently completed […]
Noosa Council’s Go Noosa transport and traffic trials officially start tomorrow to coincide with the beginning of the Queensland school holidays. In an effort to make it easier to get around this holiday season, a raft of new initiatives will be trialled all the way through to the Australia Day long week. Mayor Tony Wellington […]