Entries for December 2014
Sunshine Coast passengers can track the next bus from the palm of their hand with the Queensland LNP Government’s roll out of real-time info starting on the Sunshine Coast today.
Acting Transport and Main Roads Minister Andrew Powell said the new technology was one of the bigges... ... (22-Dec)
Locals waiting for a taxi home from the Ocean Street taxi rank will be safer over Christmas thanks to the State Government stepping in with interim funding for a security guard and taxi marshal.
Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson said that concerns raised by venue owners and taxi drivers... ... (18-Dec)
Christmas came early for local conservation volunteers today with a funding boost from the State Government’s Everyone’s Environment grant program.
Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson congratulated the groups on being awarded grants of up to $100,000 to help protect and rejuvenate the environment... ... (18-Dec)
Beach Watch is a great new initiative to crack down on crime at our beaches, launched at Mooloolaba this week.Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson attended the launch with Police Commissioner Ian Stewart and Mayor Mark Jamieson.
Beaches and the car parks that service them are often singled out as ... ... (17-Dec)
The Coolum Men’s Shed will have a new place to call home in the New Year, Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson announced today.
Ms Simpson said the Queensland Government had worked with the Men’s Shed Association to identify a suitable site for the Coolum Men’s Shed to relocate to.
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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas for families who use sport and recreation facilities in Coolum following announcement of $1.1m in funding by the State LNP Government for a major project.
Get Playing Plus is part of the Government’s strong plan to support grassroots sport and re... ... (17-Dec)