Media releases

View the latest media releases from City of Gold Coast. Scroll through the list below, or search by keyword or date range to find a particular news item. To stay up to date subscribe to our RSS feed for our latest news.

Enquiries from media should be directed to media@goldcoast.qld.gov.au or phone 07 5581 7941. For interviews or comments from the Mayor, please contact Warwick Sinclair on wsinclair@goldcoast.qld.gov.au or phone 07 5581 5225.

E.g., Saturday, September 23, 2017
E.g., Saturday, September 23, 2017

Thursday

21 September 2017

Key GC2018 active transport legacy open

3.07pm

Mayor Tom Tate today opened a key piece of infrastructure that will improve access for Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) spectators, workforce and our local community.

Construction of the new five metre wide pedestrian bridge replaces the timber bridge across...

Key GC2018 active transport legacy open photo

Gold Coast recognised as a ‘Compassionate City’

10.38am

Mayor Tom Tate today signed the Charter for Compassion, the foundational document of a global compassion movement which the Dalai Lama described as “one of the most important movements in the world”.

The Gold Coast now joins a growing network of...

Picturesque Gold Coast photography

Friday

15 September 2017

The Gold Coast: an event powerhouse

2.03pm

The Gold Coast has taken out a major award at a prestigious international events competition.

It was named a World Festival and Event City at the International Festival and Events Associations’ (IFEA) Awards at the 62nd Annual Convention and Expo in...

The Gold Coast: an event powerhouse photo

Tuesday

12 September 2017

Artist camp inspires inception of Indigenous retail brand

12.46pm

Gold Coast Indigenous artists are set to deliver a new retail brand and product line featuring local art that’s authentic and economically viable for artists.  

 

Artist camp inspires inception of Indigenous retail brand photo

Thursday

7 September 2017

Seniors set to get tech savvy

11.00am

Gold Coast seniors can boost their technology skills and learn how to navigate the digital world, thanks to the City’s new Tech Savvy Seniors program.

Tech Savvy Seniors is a jointly funded initiative by Telstra and the Queensland Government through the...

 Seniors set to get tech savvy photo

Wednesday

6 September 2017

Bags the size of buses to protect Narrowneck

1.13pm

Renewal of the Narrowneck Artificial Reef has started with 70 sand bags to be dropped on to the old reef.

Bags the size of buses to protect Narrowneck photo

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