• News for Caloundra Weekly Column

    Thursday, February 21, 2019
    If you’re a growing business in the likes of Sydney or Melbourne, you can move to the Sunshine Coast and rent cheaper office space, get better connection to the rest of the world and your staff can live in a cheaper house – all with a better lifestyle.  This is the outcome of the State of the Nation breakfast event that the Caloundra Chamber held last week which featured Mayor Mark Jamieson, Head ...read more
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    Tuesday, October 09, 2018
    Learn how to get out of your own way and think diferently with Duncan Wardle  Disney has long been at the forefront of creativity and the exploration of bold new ideas - cementing its market worth of over $150 billion dollars. Forged by the genius of Walt Disney himself, this company has secured a culture of innovation and creativity which continues to produce internationally consumed ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, Caloundra Weekly Column
    Thursday, August 02, 2018
    Due to popular demand, the Caloundra Street Fair has launched a brand new fresh produce section to Caloundra’s Sunday favourite. As people are becoming increasingly self-aware of their environmental footprint, they are continually searching for local and sustainable lifestyle and shopping alternatives. The new fresh produce section is not only fantastic news for the Caloundra Street Fair, and ...read more
    Categories: Caloundra Weekly Column, Chamber, Community, Human Interest
    Thursday, August 02, 2018
    The inaugural Sunshine Coast French Festival, which graced Caloundra last weekend, was successfully brought to life through a culmination of community spirit, multiculturalism and local ambition. Organised by Caloundra locals, Lynette Croft and Ken Smalls, this dynamic team of Francophiles created a lasting impression in Caloundra and abroad. The festival was designed to enrich the event tourism ...read more
    Categories: Caloundra Weekly Column, Chamber, Human Interest