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Straight to work for Sunshine Coast Legacy Plan group

The first meeting of the Sunshine Coast Legacy Plan Community Reference Group was held on May 12 in Caloundra, with planning for the Brisbane...

Sunshine Coast Council calls on all Federal election parties to commit to investing in the region

Sunshine Coast Council Mayor Mark Jamieson has outlined the core commitments the council is seeking from all 2022 Federal Election parties to advance the...

20-Year City Deal signed for South East Queensland

An idea generated by the then Mayors of South East Queensland in 2014 came into being today, when the Australian Government, the Queensland Government...

Marvellous Mooloolaba adds to award-winning Coast destinations

A swell of five-star reviews has seen Mooloolaba sail into the Top 10 beaches in the South Pacific for the 2022 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice...

Council welcomes Federal Funding to help Coast get disaster ready

Sunshine Coast Council will receive an extra $561,000 in bushfire recovery funding from the Federal Government on top of the $2.8 million delivered for...

Last chance to nominate for Sunshine Coast legacy group ahead of Brisbane 2032

Just one week remains for Sunshine Coast residents to apply for the chance to be part of one of our region’s most important groups...

Community Strategy Leadership Group powers ahead in 2022

It’s been 18 months since the Sunshine Coast Community Strategy Leadership Group (CSLG) was created and during that time the group has gone from...

Gold medal for migrant learn-to-swim participants

Forty-five migrants have tested the waters and gained newfound confidence in and around the pool and ocean after completing Sunshine Coast Council’s popular Migrant...

Council answers call to action for DV victims

Sunshine Coast Council has this year donated 100 iPhones to local organisation DV Safe Phone to help mobilise support for domestic and family violence...

Australian Wearable Art Festival to step out on the Sunshine Coast

One of Australia’s largest wearable art shows is back on the Sunshine Coast in 2022.  With more than 50 national and international entries set to...

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