Delivered! New $2.7m police station for Coolum

It may have taken more than a decade, but the brand new, state of the art $2.7million Coolum Police Station has today been officially opened in what Ninderry MP Dan Purdie is calling a win for the local community. Mr Purdie said he had made the new station one of

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Better Public Transport for Bli Bli Residents

With the Bli Bli population rapidly growing in recent years, local residents have been calling for an extension of bus route 612 to service these new residential areas. I raised this public transport issue with the Minister’s office last year, and was told the proposed route extension would be prioritised.

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Maroochy Roos set to shine thanks to lighting grant

The Maroochy Roos season is set to get brighter, with a $425,000 grant for field lighting thanks to the State’s COVID-19 Works for Queensland program. Sunshine Coast Council will use the funds to install lighting on Oval 4 at the Club’s home grounds at the Maroochy Multi-Sports Complex. Ninderry MP

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End in sight for 20 year road safety campaign

A significant transport infrastructure project and one of Eumundi’s top local priorities is a step closer to being realised, with a funding commitment for a new pedestrian bridge over the North Maroochy River. Ninderry MP Dan Purdie said years of negotiations with Council and the Department of Transport and Main

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Upgrades on the cards for Coolum Tennis

Coolum Tennis Club is set to receive long awaited upgrades thanks to a $350,000 Council grant funded through the State’s COVID-19 Works for Queensland program. The Coolum Tennis Club upgrade is an initiative of the Queensland Government. The funds will be used to resurface four courts, and upgrade fencing and

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MP calls for road investment to be extended

A welcome investment in road infrastructure is now underway, with a multimillion project to resurface the Sunshine Motorway between Maroochydore and Peregian Springs. Ninderry MP Dan Purdie said nearly 60 jobs would be supported for the duration of works, which are expected to take 12 weeks. “This is a much-needed

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Tennis served an ace as restrictions ease

In a welcoming sign, Coolum Tennis will re-open its doors to the community from tomorrow whilst adhering to strict social distancing guidelines. Ninderry MP Dan Purdie met with Coolum’s head coach Andrew Ash today to discuss the exciting development, which will see access initially limited to singles matches, and matches

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