Bob HoffmasterBob NelsonWade BatesSports On AirKFIZ SportsKFIZ SportsThe Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection for the state Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection cautions residents about two scams you are more likely to see in the upcoming months. Michelle Reinen says vacation packages and home improvements are something scammers attack with gusto. She recommends doing your research if you are planning a vacation and finding out what is included in so called all inclusive vacation packages.
Sure he ready to get out on top. Behalf of the Cannons front office and our thousands of Cannons fans, I want to thank Coach Daye for all he has done to support and grow our organization and for bringing us a championship in his final season, said General Manager Kevin Barney in a statement. Dedication and commitment to this team will surely be missed.
The medical community and insurance companies are usually diligent in their efforts to help us heal when we have a physical malady. If a broken bone is not set, that person ends up with bigger problems requiring more of a financial drain on insurance companies. Insurance companies, largely driven by profits and regularly dictating medical necessity, are motivated to solve physical problems that could cost them more to fix down the road..
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Does a 3.4 hectare public park with landscaped gardens, lush village green and stunning views of the Glasshouse Mountains and the Pacific Ocean sound too good to be true?The first three stages of works were officially unveiled today. Division 6 Councillor Christian Dickson said the local community and the State Government had played major roles in the $1,189,123 development.”Council purchased this piece of land in 2010 to provide the community with a district level recreation park in central Buderim,” he said.”Right from the very beginning the community was proactive in sharing ideas for Buderim Village Park and this feedback has enabled council to develop the fantastic open space facility we see today.”I’m extremely proud of the role the local community played in this and it’s wonderful that they can now come here to kick a football, walk the dog (on a leash) or just relax and take in the beautiful scenery and views.”The park will also provide a wonderful setting for future ANZAC Day dawn services and a special Aleppo Pine Tree was recently planted to symbolise the ‘Lone Pine’ that was situated near Australian and New Zealand trenches at ANZAC Cove.”The State Government has also provided tremendous support for this project by contributing a total of $204,000 in grants that have enabled stages two and three of Buderim Village Park to be completed ahead of schedule.”Completed works in Buderim Village Park to date include:bulk earthworks to the entire sitenew turf and irrigation to the village greendrainage and underground tanks for water harvestingpower supply, underground conduits and lightingan entry arbour and park signpark furniture and stone wallsthe upper promenade paththe lower promenade pathGlasshouse Mountain viewing areainformal pathways and turf areastree planting and garden beds”Proposed works for future stages of Buderim Village Park include construction of viewing terraces, a children’s playground and installation of BBQ and picnic shelters,” he said.”Stage one of this project involved demarcating an informal parking area for park users in Church Street and this will be formalised in future stages to accommodate approximately 30 car spaces.”Public amenities including toilets, a village square and multi functional performance area are also planned for future stages along with a continuation of park lighting, tree planting, garden beds and informal pathways.”Stage four works are set to start in November and include installation of additional park lighting and pathways. The State Government has contributed $100,000 towards the $165,000 works via a Local Government Subsidy Infrastructure Grant..