Construction on Westside Private Hospital moves to next stage after ‘topping out’

The Evans Long and Montserrat Hospital joint venture development Westside Private Hospital at Taringa has reached the final stages of construction with the building ‘topping out’.

The ten-storey building at 32 Morrow Street, Taringa, will be home to the new Westside Private Hospital, a short-stay overnight facility operated by Montserrat Hospitals.

The hospital floor will house five operating theatres and three treatment rooms. Two additional floors will provide specialist consulting suites as well as Westside Haemaotogy and Oncology, a new addition to Montserrat Cancer Care Services.

The other floors of the building will include a Guardian Child Care Centre and three floors for the Essence Medi Apartments & Suites, which will offer an affordable out of hospital, yet conveniently located, accommodation option for the surgical and oncology patients before, during and after care.

The two top floors of the building will be luxurious sky homes, with a roof top pool and entertainment area, while at the bottom of the building there will be a café and concierge services, a floor containing Allied Health facilities, and four basement levels of car parking with 185 car spaces. Westside Private will allow 3 hours of free parking providing relief for patients and their family.

The Dock Mooloolaba hosts Local Beer Tap Takeover this weekend

The Wharf Mooloolaba’s newest restaurant and bar, The Dock Mooloolaba has 52 beer taps, with 16 different beers, across three bars and starting this Friday, there will be a Local Tap Takeover, with only local beers to be poured throughout the weekend.

The Dock Mooloolaba owner Jared Hart said the “Local Tap Takeover” will be a celebration of the restaurant’s four-month anniversary, and an opportunity to support and highlight our fantastic local craft breweries.

Central Sippy Downs providing high-tech performance sports training and convenience for locals

Evans Long’s new Central Sippy Downs development will be home to a high-performance athletic training centre as well as being a hub for retail food and allied health.

Located at the heart of the new Sippy Downs Town Centre, on the corner of Sippy Downs Drive and adjacent to Coles, Central Sippy Downs features a modern, contemporary design, with cantilevered awnings and easy access.

The 4450sqm development comprises two, two-storey buildings, with an option for a third, and is within the Sunshine Coast Council’s Sippy Downs Business and Technology Sub-precinct. The centre is zoned for mixed use including food and drink outlets, office accommodation, indoor recreation, veterinary services and allied health for example.

Buderim Foundation lends support to local families for school expenses

Buderim Foundation, Rotary and Lions present school vouchers – Shane-Brigg (Chancellor College school chaplain) Brian McBride (Buderim Lions) Roz Bull (Buderim Foundation)-Lloyd Edwards (Buderim Rotary) Jayme Field (Chancellor State College)

The Buderim Foundation is proud to once again be a part of the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) Back to School Program.  For the 14th year running, the Buderim Foundation is helping local families with school expenses like clothing, shoes and stationery by offering $50 Target vouchers to families who need assistance.

Buderim Foundation Director, Lisa Edward said this year, a total of 229 vouchers will be distributed. A total of $8,950 in vouchers were provided by the FRRR, $1,500 from Buderim Lions and $1,000 from Buderim Rotary.

“We provide the vouchers to local schools, as well as SunnyKids who distribute these ensuring the families and children in the greatest need obtain the most benefit from the program, whilst maintaining their privacy.

Buderim Foundation hosts Youth Summit to promote philanthropy

Student leaders from six Sunshine Coast schools will come together for the second annual Buderim Foundation Youth Summit to promote life-long philanthropy among Sunshine Coast youth.

Buderim Foundation Youth Committee chair, Graham Tamblyn said the Summit was part of the Foundation’s Youth Philanthropy Project, which aims to introduce the concept of Philanthropy and its value to the community to young people, inspiring them to adopt it throughout their lives.

Find-me appoints Rachel Boden as new CEO

Find-me Technologies, the creator of the Find-me Carers Watch, a wearable device to assist the elderly and those diagnosed with dementia, is preparing for rapid growth with the appointment of Rachel Boden as Chief Executive Officer.

Find-Me CEO Rachel Boden – click image to download high-res photo

 

With a career in health spanning over three decades, Ms Boden brings extensive experience in healthcare product commercialisation, having worked in start-up to large corporate pharmaceutical companies servicing Asia Pacific.

Sunreef Mooloolaba and Mooloolaba Yacht Club join forces to send Women’s sailing team to national regatta

The Sunreef Women’s Sailing Team representing Mooloolaba Yacht Club will be competing for the first time at the Australian Women’s Keelboat Regatta (AWKR) this year.

The Regatta, hosted by the Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron from June 9 to 11, is Australia’s premier and longest running women’s regatta, with teams from around Australia and New Zealand to compete this year in the 28th annual event.

mooloolaBaBQ Festival to be taste sensation for foodies and families

Thousands are expected to descend on The Wharf Mooloolaba for the second annual mooloolaBaBQ Festival on Saturday 27th January.

Co-hosted by The Wharf Mooloolaba and The Wharf Tavern, the Festival will celebrate everything people in our multi-cultural Australian community love about BBQ and raise money for Give Me 5 For Kids.

The Wharf Tavern venue manager, Terence Lunney said the Festival would excite all the senses with food trucks and tents to temp with cooking styles and flavours from around the world.

Buderim Foundation sets ambitious fundraising target to maximize community benefits

The Buderim Foundation is launching an exciting year-long Community Challenge to increase grants to local community organisations into the future.

Members of the M7 Band – Michael Ryan, Roger Morris, Steven Kypraios, Mark Bray, Ken Kiernan, Paul Kusy, Shane Harvey – rehearsing ‘It’s a long way to the top if you want to rock n roll’ in preparation for the Buderim Foundation’s Australia Day float.

Buderim Foundation chair Russell Stitz said the Foundation was challenging the community to help increase the und from $1.4million to $2million in just 12 months.

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