Local News – 13/09/17
Child scalded by hot water
Another local child has been treated in hospital, after being splashed with boiling water.
Paramedics were called to an address at Mountain Creek just before 8pm.
A male child was transported to the Sunshine Coast University Hospital suffering 14 per cent partial thickness burns.
Last month, in the space of one week, three children on the Coast suffered burns in the kitchen.
Property price rise
NOOSA is still as popular as ever…and pricy….
The latest Real Estate Institute of Queensland quarterly reports shows the average house price for the Sunshine Coast has risen 6.2 per cent, to $550,000…..while Noosa was the state’s top-performing market, recording an average house price growth of more than 12 per cent….taking values up to $645,000.
Within the NOOSA area- the top performing suburbs are Sunshine Beach and Noosa Heads.
Jet-lagged Jamieson back for Council meeting
A number of follow-up meetings have already been booked, as Mayor Mark Jamieson returns from an international investment mission.
Mayor JAMIESON will be at council’s meeting tomorrow to discuss his work trip that began in Scotland-
He also travelled to England, The Netherlands, Israel and South Korea- to talk-up investment opportunities here to business leaders and officials.
Sunshine Coast is proving to be very attractive for investors, particularly those in the fields of infrastructure and green energy.
The saying goes- “life is an adventure” and one person who really knows that is BINDI IRWIN.
The local wildlife warrior is writing a book about her life, growing up at Australia Zoo- and travelling around the world for conservation work.