Despite the unprecedented circumstances, community spirit remains alive and well in Coolum, according to Ninderry MP Dan Purdie. Mr Purdie said he was impressed to see business and community members respond quickly when the Coolum Meals on Wheels put out an SOS for a commercial freezer recently. “Due to new
More than $160,000 has been shared by local community groups in the latest round of Gambling Community Benefit Fund. Ninderry MP Dan Purdie congratulated the deserving groups, a mixture of sports and community clubs who will use the funding to improve their facilities for the benefit of their members. “Even
When the Quota Club aren’t busy fundraising, they are actively supporting other worthy causes, like donating much needed funds to our volunteer firies, according to Ninderry MP Dan Purdie. Mr Purdie said the Club had a very long and proud history of sharing funds with other deserving not-for-profit organisations and
Ninderry resident Lee Todhunter and his young family are all too familiar with speeding motorists on Ninderry Road, but after the most recent accident where a mother and her children crashed into his front yard, sending large fragments of rock hurtling towards his living room, Lee decided he’d had enough.
The safety of students will be given a significant boost with the announcement of close to $1million in funding to upgrade Coolum State High School’s parking and drop off zones. Ninderry MP Dan Purdie congratulated the school and the P&C for all their hard work and successful lobbying efforts which