NEW CURRUMBIN WILDLIFE SANCTURY EXHIBIT SECURES FEDERAL SUPPORT

One of the Gold Coast’s most iconic attractions has received major Federal Government funding to support the construction of an exciting new exhibit, designed to attract international visitors. Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary (a National Trust Property) will use the investment of $2,627,500 under Round 5 of the Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF) to incorporate an Australiana…

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$70 million rescue package for Gold Coast tourism operators and iconic attractions

The Morrison Government’s Gold Coast MPs have secured further funding to help save the Gold Coast’s most iconic tourist attractions and hospitality businesses suffering due to ongoing border closures and lockdowns. The Commonwealth and Queensland Governments have reached agreement to further target $70 million from the $600m COVID-19 Business Support Package. This comes a fortnight…

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Gold Coast Cyber Studio gets $1 million boost to deliver job-ready graduates

The Gold Coast will become a breeding ground for job-ready cyber security professionals, with a Robina-based software company to use a $1 million Federal funding injection to deliver on-the-job training. In partnership with Griffith University, RightCrowd’s Gold Coast Cyber Studio will create job-ready security professionals through industry traineeships and international project experience opportunities. Minister for…

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GOLD COAST BLACK SPOT FUNDING TO SAVE LIVES

Motorists who use a notorious Varsity Lakes intersection are set to benefit from a Federal Government funding injection to upgrade the known ‘black spot’. Federal Member for McPherson Karen Andrews MP welcomed the investment of $502,000 through the 2021–22 Black Spot Program to improve conditions at the intersection of Stapley Drive and Scottsdale Drive. “Gold…

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$1.3m flexible learning space officially opens at Gold Coast school

Gold Coast students will benefit from a new primary school building, which was officially opened today by Member for McPherson Karen Andrews MP. King’s Christian College in Reedy Creek received $490,000 in Federal funding for the project, through the Capital Grants Program, which provides funding for non-government schools to improve capital infrastructure. The College, which…

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