THE HATTED CHEF- chef-prepared, heat & eat meals are now on sale at all White’s IGA stores, offering great time-saving delicious meals as well as creating local jobs, and feeding the homeless.
Sunshine Coast Council today launched a free online tool to divert waste from landfill and connect local businesses.
Sunshine Coast Airport has spread its wings to fly to the nation’s capital for the first time ever, officially launching its inaugural Alliance Airlines service to Canberra today.
Sunshine Coast Council Mayor Mark Jamieson has welcomed the bipartisan support which has been secured from the State Government and the State Opposition to commit $20 million towards the $68 million Stage 1 expansion of the Sunshine Coast Stadium.
The next thrilling event for the stadium will showcase some of the world’s greatest Monster Trucks including Australia number one – Outback Thunda and USA Legend Bearfoot on Saturday November 21.
WATCH: If there is one thing that defines the Sunshine Coast, it would be our entrepreneurial spirit. From start-ups to established businesses who have grown and flourished on the Sunshine Coast, they all understand the importance of connection, collaboration and being agile enough to adapt in order to not just survive but thrive.
Sunshine Coast Hinterland men will soon have a new place to socialise, support each other and contribute to the community with the beginning of construction on the long-awaited Mooloolah Valley Men’s Shed. The new Shed, paid for by a Federal Government grant of $250,000, is being constructed on land behind the existing Mooloolah Valley Community Centre.
Senator Gerard Rennick has attended a Sunshine Coast Business Council lunch at USC today to learn more about the real issues currently impacting the region’s economy.
In more roads news for SEQ, the construction contract has just been signed for six-laning the Bruce Highway between Caboolture and Beerburrum, a spot that backs up regularly, particularly after a long weekend. Works should start before Christmas. This project is jointly funded 80/20 by the Australian and Queensland Governments.
WATCH: Sunshine Coast Council and Surf Life Saving Queensland today celebrated the launch of the new Bokarina Beach lifeguard tower which will be staffed by professional lifeguards to keep thousands of beachgoers safe this summer.