Armed with dozens of buckets and keen to get their hands dirty, members of a Yandina community group are turning trash from local businesses into treasure.
Airbnb executives will be in Noosa next week to highlight their concerns with the controversial proposed rules for holiday homes and units.
Queensland’s transport minister has been accused of “making a mockery” of community consultation after he criticised calls for heavy rail to be prioritised over light rail on the Sunshine Coast.
Preparations are being made for the final works on a $662.5 million upgrade to one of the busiest stretches of the Bruce Highway in Queensland.
Residents have been told to ignore “misleading political propaganda” as Coast politicians push for heavy rail to be prioritised over light rail.
Some community groups operating on council land will pay up to $10,000 rent in return for not having to raise funds for maintenance works.
Sunshine Coast Council has spruiked the benefits of paid parking after mapping out proposed options for public transport and 12 new parking facilities.
Sunshine Coast and Noosa councils are confident in future development plans despite projections showing the regions have a low rate of approved lots.
Residents have a further two weeks to have their say on plans aimed at cracking down on short-stay holiday homes and units in Noosa.
An ambitious advocate for women in business has stepped down from leading a Sunshine Coast organisation after three years in the role.
Tegan Annett has been a journalist at the Gladstone Observer since 2012. She started as a cadet reporter, while studying at CQUniversity. A Tannum Sands resident since 2005, this year she took on the role as deputy editor.