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The Federal Government pours billions into major highways but we also assist councils upgrade local roads and streets. The Sunshine Coast Council has received a generous allocation of just over $14.5million under the new Roads to Recovery...

The mental health of young people will be further supported with an extra $47 million to the organisation headspace and a new youth mental health ambassadors project. About 560,000 Australian children and adolescents are estimated to have a...

The Sunshine Coast has outperformed its SEQ neighbours in tourism growth, experiencing the best increase in visitor numbers, according to the latest data. While Brisbane and Gold Coast holiday visitations had modest or no gains in the year...

More elderly Australians will be able to remain living at home with the rollout of an extra 10,000 new high-level home care packages. The home care expansion is part of the Liberal National Government’s half-billion dollar ($552.9 million)...

Sunshine Coast people will join more than 208,000 Australians already participating in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) from 1 January 2019. Minister for Families and Social Services, Paul Fletcher, said the roll out of the...

The independent Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission is operational from today giving Sunshine Coast seniors and their families increased peace of mind around standards of care. The Commission comes with a one-stop quality and safety...

Senior Australians living on the Sunshine Coast will receive more support, thanks to a half-billion dollar aged care funding boost by the Liberal National Government, including the release of 10,000 high-level home care packages within...

This week’s Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook confirms the strength of the Australian economy and that the budget will return to surplus. Returning the budget to surplus is part of the Liberal National Government’s plan to keep the...

A VITAL program to help migrants adjust to life on the Sunshine Coast has been awarded a significant federal grant. Member for Fairfax Ted O’Brien said some migrants had trouble finding work and forming relationships in the community and...

Over half a million Australians are getting a better deal on their energy prices thanks to pressure from the Morrison Government on the big energy companies to put customers first. For too long the big energy companies have focused on their...