Organisers of Australia’s largest sub-tropical gardening event – the 2017 Queensland Garden Expo – are predicting what they hope will be the event’s largest crowd yet, with the sunny skies forecast for much of the weekend expected to drive gardening enthusiasts to the Nambour Showgrounds in droves between 7 and 9 July. Event Manager Marion […]
There’s an inherent sense of purpose and structure that comes with serving your country in the armed forces. But for thousands of local men and women, it is apparent that one of the most challenging battles comes in adapting to everyday civilian life after completing their service. RSL Sunshine Coast District President Tony Ferris said […]
It certainly was a trip down memory lane when the Marcoola Community Group celebrated its 50th anniversary with a 60’s themed party at the Marcoola Surf Club last Saturday…
A unique set of seminars is being launched this week by the Sunshine Coast Reconciliation Group, aimed to bring both Indigenous and non-Indigenous locals together to share their collective stories and perspectives…
Last night over 70 Sunshine Coast locals slept rough outside the Maroochydore Surf Club to raise $125,577 in support of the 1,500 men, women and children experiencing homelessness on the Sunshine Coast.
They’re the royalty of the gardening world and they’ll be sharing plenty of practical gems of information when they journey to the Sunshine Coast next month for the 2017 Queensland Garden Expo.
Sunshine Coast kids will be getting their hands dirty while participating in a myriad of free school holiday activities on offer at the Queensland Garden Expo between 7 and 9 July, with event organisers aiming to foster the next generation of green thumbs.
Organisers of the St Vincent de Paul Corporate and Community Sleepout 2017 are calling on the Sunshine Coast to get behind the 75-plus ‘sleepers’ who will sleep rough in Maroochydore on Thursday night to help raise awareness and funds for the more than 1,500 homeless men, women and children on the Sunshine Coast.