• Delivering for the Sunshine Coast
  • Building the new Sunshine Coast Public Hospital
  • Growing our local economy and jobs for our young people
  • Funding for better roads
  • Improving our schools
  • Safer communities with more police and a crackdown on crime
  • Getting more kids into sport

Latest News

Maroochydore bus station taxi trial

The Newman Government will implement a new late-night taxi pick-up zone providing a safer place to wait for a cab on the Sunshine Coast. Transport and Main Roads Minister Scott Emerson and Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson said the new taxi zone will be trialled for 12 months at the new Maroochy... Read more >

New pedestrian refuge at Yaroomba

Pedestrians will find it easier to cross David Low Way at Yaroomba with plans for a new pedestrian refuge. Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson said the new refuge would improve safety and convenience for pedestrians crossing David Low Way. “There is still some final consultation to be finished... Read more >

State funding boost for local community groups

News of just over $70,000 in grants to five local community groups under the latest State Government funding rounds has been welcomed by Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson. Funding from the latest  round of grants from the Gambling Community Benefit Fund and the Jupiters Casino Community Be... Read more >

Sunshine Coast leads the way in Queensland’s jobs creation

The Sunshine Coast is out in front and Queensland as a State is leading national economic growth, according to ABS labour force figures. Member for Maroochydore Fiona Simpson said that Sunshine Coast businesses have created more jobs than any other region in the latest ABS data which shows there a... Read more >


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Delivering for Queensland:

  • Lowering the cost of living:

    Freezing car registration on the family car; restoring the $7,000 principal place of residence stamp duty exemption; and scrapping the commercial waste levy.

  • Supporting small businesses and creating local jobs:

    Cutting red tape and reducing the payroll tax burden by $40 million.

  • Improving health outcomes:

    Reducing emergency department wait times; doubling the patient travel subsidy scheme; and reducing the public dental waiting list by almost 50,000 patients.

  • Supporting Queensland children:

    More Prep teacher aides; E-learning for Special Schools; maintenance funding to improve learning environment; and helping 12,000 kids get into sport.

  • Making our streets safer:

    Tougher laws and penalties to crack down on crime; and more than 300 extra police on the beat.