Idyllic Sunshine Coast hinterland town, Palmwoods, will soon be home to a new over-50s lifestyle resort, GemLife Palmwoods.
A $100 million newly-completed Energex electricity project will power jobs and business growth on the Sunshine Coast for decades to come.
At today’s Ordinary Meeting, Sunshine Coast Council unanimously approved, with conditions, an application to establish 30 units and a shop at 14 Main St Palmwoods. Division 5 Councillor Jenny McKay said approval of the development is a good outcome for the future of Palmwoods. “I’ve had a lot of feedback from the community about this […]
Palmwoods-Montville Road will today re-open to traffic following the completion of reconstruction work to repair significant landslip damage. Member for Glass House Andrew Powell today thanked local residents, businesses and motorists for their patience and cooperation while works were underway on the enormous reconstruction task for the past three years. “The road was initially closed […]
“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.
Residents of the Sunshine Coast are invited to have their say as Sunshine Coast Council reviews the Palmwoods Sports and Recreation Reserve and Briggs (and Grahame Rae) Sports Grounds Draft Master Plan 2012-2026.
Member for Glass House, Andrew Powell MP today announced that Glass House schools would receive vital maintenance funding thanks to the Newman Government’s $200 million school maintenance fund.
Sunshine Coast based company ‘WDU Sustainability’ is launching a new era in food waste recycling at World Environment Day celebrations on Sunday 3rd June.
Councillor Jenny McKay’s weekly roundup of news and issues from Division 5. This week covering: Free Holiday Buses, Playground Replacements, Montville Christmas Hampers, Arts Connect and the Festive Season Trees & events.
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.