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    Creating a safer, secure future for Division 6
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    Creating a safer, secure future and building a strong and thriving community by investing in community facilities is top of the priority list for the Division 6 capital works projects, set to be delivered as part of Sunshine Coast Council’s $816 million 2021/22 Budget.
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    Creating a safer, secure future in Division 5
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    A $2.32 million road upgrade for Citrus Road, Palmwoods, beautifying Eudlo’s and Woombye’s main streets and improving infrastructure are among the Sunshine Coast Council 2021/22 Budget highlights for Division 5.
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    Creating a safer secure future in Division 4
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    A $2.5 million road upgrade at Maroochydore, continuation of the Maroochy Groyne project, a $5.25 million investment to upgrade the Mooloolaba Foreshore northern parkland and significant upgrades to parks are among the Sunshine Coast Council 2021/22 Budget highlights for Division 4.
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    Budget delivers recreation improvements in Division 3
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    A $5 million investment to progress the 75 hectare Honeyfarm Road Sport and Recreation Precinct, $550,000 to implement the Kawana Regional Aquatic Centre master plan and more than $210,000 to improve our parks and gardens are among the Sunshine Coast Council 2021/22 Budget highlights for Division 3.
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    Creating a safer, secure future in Division 2
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    Upgrades to the Queen Street, Caloundra intersections, investments at Caloundra Aquatic Centre and Caloundra Regional Tennis Centre and construction of a ‘missing link’ in the Coastal Pathway at Dicky Beach, are among the Sunshine Coast Council 2021/22 Budget highlights for Division 2.
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    A safer, secure future for our community in focus in Council Budget
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    Creating a safer, secure future for our community with an emphasis on support and local recovery from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic is at the heart of Sunshine Coast Council’s $816 million 2021/22 Budget.
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    $816m budget helps create a safer, secure future on the Sunshine Coast
    • Thursday 24 June 2021
    Creating a safer, secure future for our community remains sharply in focus with Sunshine Coast Council endorsing its $816 million budget for 2021/22.
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    Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2021 finalists announced
    • Friday 18 June 2021
    Hundreds of entries poured in from every state across Australia for the prestigious 2021 Sunshine Coast Art Prize. Finalist works are available to view online now
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    It’s time to Create your Caloundra
    • Friday 28 May 2021
    Can you envision strolling through Caloundra’s new town-square designed to meet the ‘City of beaches’ lifestyle with plenty of green space entwined with shady trees, picnic areas and by twilight it turns into a creative oasis?
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    Life’s a beach and don’t we love it!
    • Friday 14 May 2021
    In a celebration of Australia’s love of the ocean, Caloundra Regional Gallery’s latest exhibition Coastal Connections: beach culture past to present explores how beach culture is embedded in our nation’s identity, shaping our lifestyle, fashion and art. The exhibition is on show 7 May to 20 June.