A planning scheme amendment has been adopted by Sunshine Coast Council to give the community greater certainty that the region’s significant cultural heritage values will be protected.
Artists have been doing it tough during COVID-19, but their passion and creativity hasn’t stopped, with the Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2020 receiving a record 711 entries.
WATCH: As works on Sunshine Coast Council’s $3.3 million Cribb Street Upgrade in Landsborough continue, local artist Claire Matthews (known as Fuzeillear) has completed a stunning mural.
Community feedback is being invited on Sunshine Coast Disc Golf Club’s quest to establish a permanent home for the sport in Meridan Plains.
Caloundra Regional Gallery will reopen to the public on Wednesday, June 17 following the Stage 2 easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
The Electoral Commission Queensland has officially declared the winners of the Sunshine Coast Council election.
At today’s Ordinary Meeting, Sunshine Coast Council endorsed in principle the Pumicestone Passage and Catchment Action Plan 2013 – 2016. Environment Portfolio Councillor Jenny McKay said Pumicestone Passage is an important catchment in the region with significant agricultural land important to the economy, a Ramsar listed wetland of international significance, and State designated areas including a Marine Park, […]
Leaving the car at home and travelling by bike is great for your health and great for the environment. Sunshine Coast students are urged to adopt a two-wheeled mode of transport on March 19 for National Ride2School Day. Sunshine Coast Council Transport Strategy Portfolio Councillor Rick Baberowski said schools could now register to take part […]
A retirement village planned for Kawana Forest is now set to include additional aged care facilities thanks to a recent development approval by Sunshine Coast Council. Division 1 Councillor Rick Baberowski said the retirement village is a welcome development at Kawana Forest and the inclusion of the aged care facility is a fantastic outcome as […]
A new Flexilink service will be trialled between Lake Macdonald and Cooroy to make it easier for residents to access local public transport. The trial service will operate from next Tuesday 2 April providing a return service three times a day, Monday to Saturday. Sunshine Coast Transport Strategy Portfolio Councillor Rick Baberowski said the Lake […]