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Water’s Not Going To Waste

Water’s Not Going To Waste

The award-winning Kingaroy Wastewater Treatment plant was officially opened on Monday, with a representative travelling all the way from the Netherlands for the special occasion.

Council Consolidates Grants Programs

Council Consolidates Grants Programs

The South Burnett Regional Council is overhauling its grants programs, introducing a new system on July 1 that will change the way not-for-profit community groups can apply for assistance.

Ringsfield House Reopening Delayed

Ringsfield House Reopening Delayed

Nanango’s Ringsfield House – which shut its doors on March 31 – may be closed longer than planned

$29,943 For Local Groups

$29,943 For Local Groups

The South Burnett Regional Council awarded $29,943 in grants to 22 community groups at Wednesday’s monthly Council meeting.

Easter Numbers Good,<BR> But Not Record-Breaking

Easter Numbers Good,
But Not Record-Breaking

The number of tourists visiting the South Burnett over the Easter break was good, but not record-breaking

Council Approves Three New Developments

Council Approves Three New Developments

The South Burnett Regional Council has given the go-ahead to three new business developments in Kingaroy and Nanango.

Proston To Launch New Camping Area

Proston To Launch New Camping Area

The Proston Round Table community group will be officially launching the town’s new free overnight camping area on Saturday, April 15.

Cherbourg Projects Secure $1m Grant

Cherbourg Projects Secure $1m Grant

Cherbourg will receive $1 million from the State Government’s Building Our Regions program to revitalise the Ration Shed Museum’s historical precinct and further upgrade the town’s recycling plant.

Marshlands Bridge Closed

Marshlands Bridge Closed

Marshlands Bridge at Silverleaf has been temporarily closed to traffic to allow the bridge replacement construction project to proceed safely.

ALP Backs Push To Unfreeze Grants

ALP Backs Push To Unfreeze Grants

The Federal ALP has joined a push to have the Federal Government lift the indexation freeze on Federal Assistance Grants (FAGs) to local councils.

$2500 Won So Far By Shoppers

$2500 Won So Far By Shoppers

South Burnett shoppers still have just under two months to take advantage of the South Burnett Rewards “buy local” shopping campaign.

Poison Baits Target Wild Dogs

Poison Baits Target Wild Dogs

South Burnett Regional Council will be holding another round of its wild dog and feral pig baiting program between May 8-12.

Cyclone Debbie Causes $500,000 Damage

Cyclone Debbie Causes $500,000 Damage

The South Burnett suffered close to half a million dollars damage from ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie when it passed through the region on Thursday, March 30.

Council Plans Wetlands Burn

Council Plans Wetlands Burn

The Goodger Wetlands – already under a cloud because of the proposed Moreton Resources’ coal mine – has been included in a list of sites to be targeted during this year’s South Burnett Regional Council winter controlled burns.

Cash Prizes For Water Colourings

Cash Prizes For Water Colourings

Hey kids … how would you like your colouring-ins to be featured at a sewage plant?

Famous Poet Coming To Launch Relay

Famous Poet Coming To Launch Relay

Internationally famous poet Rupert McCall will be the special guest speaker at the launch of this year’s South Burnett Relay For Life.

Railway Station Getting A Facelift

Railway Station Getting A Facelift

The South Burnett Regional Council will be giving the former Kingaroy Railway Station a facelift this year.

South Burnett Qualifies For Aid

South Burnett Qualifies For Aid

The South Burnett has been added to The South Burnett has been added to the list of regions which qualify for help in the wake of ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie.

Tyre Blowouts Delay Hall Move

Tyre Blowouts Delay Hall Move

Tyre blow-outs have caused a three week delay to the relocation of Blackbutt Memorial Hall

Motorcycle Push Revs Up

Motorcycle Push Revs Up

The push to make the South Burnett a motorcycle-friendly destination is gathering pace.

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