Innovative machines and artificial intelligence technology are significantly reducing emissions at Noosa’s Eumundi Road landfill facility.
The impact of polystyrene debris along Noosa’s eastern beaches has been documented in a short film published by Noosa Council.
Noosa Council is appealing for information from the public to help identify the owner of a dog believed to have been involved in an attack that saw a woman hospitalised last week.
Delivering a record $43 million capital works program, adopting a new corporate plan and finalising a housing strategy are among Council’s 2022/23 financial year highlights.
Noosa Council has provided a submission to the federal government relating to the application by quarry operator Cordwell Resources Pty Ltd to clear over eight hectares of vegetation at its site.
It’s time for the Noosa community to voice how we see the shire in 2033.
Noosa Council is facing an unnecessary bill of nearly $10,000 to replace stolen fence panels and two gates from the Hinterland Adventure Playground in Cooroy.
The wheels are in motion to reduce the speed limit on a section of Teewah Beach to 40 km/h to improve safety.
The new speed limit will be in place from the September school holidays.
A host of local sports clubs and community groups are set to benefit with the opening of the $1.95 million Olive Donaldson Pavilion at Noosa District Sports Complex today.
In the lead up to fire season, Council has bolstered its fire mitigation measures and added more equipment to its fleet.
A trial of an innovative approach to placemaking to shape the future of Pomona has begun, with residents and those who work in the town urged to get involved.
The Black Mountain Road landslide repair effort has reached a major milestone with Council set to award a construction contract – the biggest single construction contract Council has ever approved.
Extensive community input has delivered a stronger Eastern Beaches Foreshore Reserves Management Plan, adopted by Council this week.
Recyclable drink containers can now be dropped off at Noosa Council’s Eumundi Noosa Road waste facility for a 10-cent refund with the launch of a Containers for Change reverse vending machine.
Council is seeking community views on a draft Waste Plan that has a focus on innovation and education to better manage our waste in the future.