MRA Inc. Proposed Noise Abatement Procedures For Sunshine Coast Airport, February 2021

NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES SUNSHINE COAST AIRPORT QLD (YBSU) Operators at Sunshine Coast Airport undertake operations in a “Fly Neighbourly” manner. These procedures apply during CTAF hrs and are subject to

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Report from Meeting with Sunshine Coast Regional Council- 14 January 2021

Present were Emma Thomas (SCRC CEO); Councillor Jason O’Pray; Tom Jamieson (SCRC General Executive Built Infrastructure); Ayllie White (SCAPL); Ross Ullman (SCAEP Project Director); Martin Peelgrane (MRA President); Darrin Edwards

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Presentation on SC Airport update

Mudjimba: Presentation S C Airport

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Mudjimba Hall hire serves many great local businesses, these are two of our groups.

Jodi’s BARRE YOGA classes incorporate a beautiful fusion of Meditation, Vinyasa yoga, Pilates and Ballet Barre. Each class is different and provides deep toning exercises to help you get longer, leaner

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Late-Night Flights at Mudjimba

Any community located close to an airport is particularly sensitive to late night flying into and out of the airport. The residents of Mudjimba are no exception, but they do

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Low Flying Over Mudjimba

Since the opening of the new Sunshine Coast Airport (SCA) runway on 14 June 2020 the Mudjimba community has been expressing their concerns regarding the impact that flying into and

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Recognition of Jackie Williams’ Contribution

  At the recent Annual General Meeting of the Association, the President, Martin Peelgrane, spoke of Jackie’s tireless work since taking over as Hall Manager in March 2007.  According to

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Airservices Flight Path Design Principles released for public comment

Airservices held a national consultation on the draft Flight Path Design Principles between 14 January 2020 and 9 March 2020.

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Presidents Report 2019

The Mudjimba Residents’ Association Inc. enjoyed another busy year in 2019.

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Local Residents win Case Against Service Station Approval

A small group of concerned local residents took Sunshine Coast Council to court after it approved a service station and 2 fast food outlets on residential zoned land on David Low Way, Mudjimba.

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