News Headlines
  • Sunshine Coast Mayor Mark Jamieson, Federal Member for Fairfax Ted O'Brien and John Holland Project Manager Berry Freshney turn the sod on the Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion Project
    Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion Project takes off
    The first sod has today (Friday, 20 April) been turned on the construction of the new runway as part of the Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion Project.
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    Asia trade focus will strengthen Sunshine Coast food, tourism and events sector
    The Sunshine Coast economy is in line for a boost with Deputy Mayor Tim Dwyer undertaking a multi-sector visit to Singapore and Kuala Lumpur from April 23-27. The region’s export capabilities will be promoted and the visit will support local producers exhibiting at Food and Hotel Asia in Singapore.
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    Buderim first pick for five-star hotel and conference facilities
    A five-star luxury resort in the heart of Buderim, which will be the first of its type in the region, has been approved by Sunshine Coast Council at its ordinary meeting today. The approved Badderam Eco Luxe Resort & Spa proposal is subject to 158 specific conditions, and will deliver the first five-star eco hotel and conference facility on the Sunshine Coast.
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    Men’s Shed to receive community building
    The Coolum Community Centre building will become part of a new local community hub in conjunction with the Coolum Men’s Shed under a proposal approved by Sunshine Coast Council today.
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    Visit Sunshine Coast snaps up Canon Photography Festival
    The Canon Photography Festival will come to the Sunshine Coast on July 13-15, bringing an expected 200 photographers from around the country to the region for more than 20 events.
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    Network Steel and Aluminium brings new jobs to Sunshine Coast
    Network Steel and Aluminium has chosen the Sunshine Coast as the location to expand its operations, with plans for at least 12 additional jobs in the short term and ambitions to increase this figure to duplicate its Brisbane factory of 80 full-time employees.