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‘Volunteering is so special’: Eddie’s field of dreams

Boots thud against the ball, excited parents cheer from the sidelines and ever-watchful referees blow their whistles to ensure a fair game for all. These have been the familiar sounds and sights of local soccer clubs for generations and here on the Sunshine Coast Eddie Muller, 42, has been part of the scene for three

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Sunshine Coast’s new Council starts term

Sunshine Coast Council’s new Mayor and Councillors have made their Declarations of Office and commenced their 2024-2028 term. The 2024-2028 Council is: Mayor Rosanna Natoli Cr Jenny Broderick (Division 1) Cr Terry Landsberg (Division 2) Cr Tim Burns (Division 3) Cr Joe Natoli (Division 4) Cr Winston Johnston (Division 5) Cr Christian Dickson (Division 6)

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Screens off kids, it’s time to egg-splore

With the Easter Bunny delivering the goods and the temperature beginning to cool, the autumn school holidays are the perfect time to get out and about on our Sunshine Coast. Packed with plenty of free and low-cost things to do, our school holiday guide includes Sunshine Coast Council’s best offerings for keeping the kids busy

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Historic wreck memories live on in seaside tribute

The rich history of an iron-hulled steamer, driven ashore during a cyclone in 1893, lives on in a new seaside park. Inspiring our youth and taking many back in time, the 129-year-old S.S. Dicky wreck has been immortalised and now on display in an interpretive installation for our community to enjoy. The ‘barnacle wall’ features

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Work to begin on Sippy Downs’ cycle and pedestrian network’s ‘missing link’

A new stand-alone pedestrian and cycle bridge, influenced by nature’s beauty, will soon complete a “missing link’’ between two key areas. The 3m-wide Stringybark Road bridge will span the Sunshine Motorway, connecting Buderim and Sippy Downs providing a safe passage between the education precincts. Sunshine Coast Council’s Liveability and Natural Assets Group Executive Bill Haddrill

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