Beerwah & District RSL Fundraiser
The Beerwah and District RSL has been being doing it tough of recent times but, undeterred by past events the members have pushed forward. They have now secured a parcel of land on which to build a structure. The Sub-Branch now are seeking community support to raise the funds needed to build this new ‘home’. The fundraiser will be to the tune of $30,000 to allow construction of a suitable premises and connection to electricity and water.
Dob in a Pumicestone Passage Idiot
Have you witnessed a motorised vehicle operator behaving like an idiot on the Pumicestone Passage? Please fill in the form below to dob them in. All contact details will be kept strictly confidential. If a life-threatening emergency or serious crime occurs, please always contact 000
Sunshine Coast Public Hospital Complaints
Do you have a problem regarding access to medical care at Sunshine Coast Public Hospitals?
Please take the time today to share any concerning experiences accessing medical care you or a member of your family have had at a Sunshine Coast public hospital. The information you submit through the web page will be held by the Office of the State Member for Caloundra Mark McArdle and kept strictly confidential. No information will be passed on to Government Departments, Health Practitioners, other State MPs or any other party without your written consent.
Landsborough Rail Overpass Proposal
As part of the State Government’s plan to duplicate the North Coast rail line, the Department of Transport and Main Roads has proposed a new rail corridor between Landsborough and Nambour, which will replace the existing North Coast line through this section of the Sunshine Coast.
The Department as highlighted a number of major road and rail infrastructure changes that they deem necessary to accommodate this new corridor.
Landsborough specifically will see significant changes under the Department’s current proposal.
Caloundra Emergency Department Closure
State Member for Caloundra Mark McArdle has slammed the State Government over a major gap in emergency care services soon to be available in Caloundra.
It comes as Caloundra’s Emergency Department is set to close its doors ahead of an E.D. facility opening within the new Sunshine Coast University Hospital in April 2017.