Noosa Mayor Clare Stewart today launched the annual Mayor’s Christmas Appeal, this year urging locals to support six local charities who are helping those in need during the festive season.
The purchase of a housing site in Tewantin by the Queensland Government will help boost social and affordable housing in Noosa.
With storm and bushfire season officially underway from tomorrow (November 1), now is the time to get ready.
Cashless payment options and larger vessels are among changes in store for Council’s Noosa North Shore ferry service with the awarding of a new service contract, ratified last night.
Work will begin in January on a $1.8 million infrastructure project that promises to benefit a host of local sports clubs.
The Sunshine Coast’s emerging tech talent is attracting interest from Australian tech giant Atlassian.
Council will convert some long-term temporary and casual roles to permanent to retain quality staff in a highly competitive labor market, improve efficiencies and meet industrial relation laws.
Living Well Noosa, launched today, offers residents free and low-cost access to a range of health and wellbeing activities.
It’s been a big week of wins for Noosa Council, with the organisation scooping top infrastructure and risk management awards.
Noosa is set to become the first Queensland council to use new interactive 3D hazard mapping technology to educate residents on how disaster events such as bushfires could personally impact them.
The signature heart of Peregian’s Rufous Street Precinct is now in place with the opening of the new Peregian Beach Community House, today.