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Recycled Water Plants Come At A Cost

Recycled Water Plants Come At A Cost

The South Burnett Regional Council will call tenders later this month for two new recycled water plants in Wondai and Murgon to improve water safety in both towns.

Parks Consultations Start This Weekend

Parks Consultations Start This Weekend

The South Burnett Regional Council will kick off public consultations this weekend for its controversial draft Sport and Recreation Infrastructure Plan.

MPs Approve New Council Laws

MPs Approve New Council Laws

Parliament has passed a series of laws aimed at improving accountability and transparency in Local Government

Murals Get Tick of Approval

Murals Get Tick of Approval

A project to decorate the Murgon Visitor Information Centre’s walls with six murals was officially opened last Thursday by South Burnett Deputy Mayor Kathy Duff.

This Month’s Roadworks …

This Month’s Roadworks …

Road crews are only tackling a few new jobs this month because council workers are still engaged on projects begun in April.

St John’s Gets Licence For Park

St John’s Gets Licence For Park

St John’s Lutheran School will get a licence to use a portion of Adermann Park in Kingaroy for an hour a day after the South Burnett Regional Council agreed to the school’s request at its monthly meeting on Wednesday.

Council Axes RADF Advisory Committee

Council Axes RADF Advisory Committee

Volunteer members of a committee that recommends funding for local arts programs are in shock after South Burnett Regional Council sacked them and replaced them with Council staff.

Fees, Charges To Rise By 2pc

Fees, Charges To Rise By 2pc

The costs of doing business with the South Burnett Regional Council will rise by an average 2 per cent on July 1.

KCCI Wants More ‘Local Buys’

KCCI Wants More ‘Local Buys’

The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry wants to see the South Burnett Regional Council spend as much as 80 per cent of its purchasing dollars with South Burnett businesses.

Weak Response To<BR> Kingaroy CBD Proposals

Weak Response To
Kingaroy CBD Proposals

Kingaroy’s proposed $8 million CBD Revitalisation project will be shaped by just 28 proposals from the public

Opportunity To Shape Green Strategy

Opportunity To Shape Green Strategy

Yarraman and Cooyar residents have been invited to provide input into the development of a key Toowoomba Regional Council environmental policy, the “Green Infrastructure Strategy”.

$7.4m To Target Council Corruption

$7.4m To Target Council Corruption

The State Government has allocated an extra $7.4 million funding to the Crime and Corruption Commission to target corruption in local councils.

Work To Start On $1.87m Roundabout

Work To Start On $1.87m Roundabout

Work on a new $1.87 million roundabout at the D’Aguilar Highway and Rogers Drive intersection in Kingaroy is due to begin next Monday (May 21).

New Laws Aim To ‘Restore Trust’

New Laws Aim To ‘Restore Trust’

The State Government will seek new powers to suspend or dismiss Mayors and Councillors who are facing serious integrity charges when State Parliament resumes next week.

Where To Have Your<br> Say On Draft Parks Plan

Where To Have Your
Say On Draft Parks Plan

Council has released the times and locations for one-on-one consultations over its draft parks plan

Sculpture Featured In Forecourt

Sculpture Featured In Forecourt

Visitors to the Town Hall Forecourt in Kingaroy will notice a new steel column has sprung up near the main entrance to the area.

Relay For Life Launched With Laughs

Relay For Life Launched With Laughs

It’s toss up what the highlight of Thursday morning’s Mayor’s Breakfast was … an hilarious description about emu mating or the exciting news that rugby great Mark Ella will be coming to the South Burnett.

Parks Plan: ‘Changes Can Be Made’

Parks Plan: ‘Changes Can Be Made’

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell has clarified the process that Council plans to use to gather public input on its 10-year Sport and Recreation Infrastructure Plan.

New CEO Comes From North Burnett

New CEO Comes From North Burnett

The CEO of the North Burnett Regional Council will move south in late June to become the new CEO of the South Burnett Regional Council.

Big Bucks Raise Some Big Bucks

Big Bucks Raise Some Big Bucks

South Burnett councillor Roz Frohloff ticked an item off her bucket list on Saturday when she took on a steer at the Nanango Show Rodeo.

Draft Council Plan Sparks Anger

Draft Council Plan Sparks Anger

Reaction to the South Burnett Regional Council’s draft Sport and Recreation Plan was swift on social media

New CEO To Be Announced Soon

New CEO To Be Announced Soon

The South Burnett Regional Council is expected to announce its new CEO within days.

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