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Council Offers Discounts For Care Facilities

Council Offers Discounts For Care Facilities

Toowoomba Regional Council will offer incentives for businesses hoping to establish retirement and residential care facilities across the region.

Consultants Work On Concept Plan

Consultants Work On Concept Plan

A draft concept for the Kingaroy streetscape should be available for community consultation in March or April next year.

Poisoned Trees<br /> Had Just Been Trimmed

Poisoned Trees
Had Just Been Trimmed

The eight poisoned trees in Drayton and Fitzroy streets, Nanango, had only just been trimmed

Work Starts At Cooyar Waste Facility

Work Starts At Cooyar Waste Facility

Toowoomba Regional Council has marked National Recycling Week by turning the first sod at the new Cooyar Waste Transfer Facility.

Council Extends Prequalified Suppliers List

Council Extends Prequalified Suppliers List

The South Burnett Regional Council will extend existing contracts with businesses on its Prequalified Suppliers list until June 30 so it can review current contracting arrangements.

Futsal Facility Proposed For Nanango

Futsal Facility Proposed For Nanango

An Australian Futsal Association training camp will be built in Nanango if the owners agree to changes requested by the South Burnett Regional Council.

Two Roads Get New Names

Two Roads Get New Names

The South Burnett Regional Council will rename two roads in Wondai and Taromeo to make life easier for emergency services, postal services and the general public.

Missing Links To Be Filled In

Missing Links To Be Filled In

The South Burnett Regional Council will begin installing a new concrete footpath along the McDonald’s side of Haly Street, Kingaroy next week to replace its “missing links”.

Bunnings Store Gets Go-Ahead

Bunnings Store Gets Go-Ahead

The South Burnett Regional Council approved the development of a Bunnings warehouse in Kingaroy at its monthly meeting on Wednesday.

Council To Unpack Tourism Issues

Council To Unpack Tourism Issues

The South Burnett Regional Council will be hosting an all-day tourism workshop at Yallakool Tourist Park next Thursday (November 23) for local tourism operators.

Supermarket Expansion Approved

Supermarket Expansion Approved

Cornett’s SupaIGA Supermarket in Murgon will undergo an expansion in 2018 after the South Burnett Regional Council gave its approval on Wednesday.

Rates Ruling Doesn’t Apply Here

Rates Ruling Doesn’t Apply Here

A landmark court ruling which has thrown open the gate for thousands of Fraser Coast ratepayers to have their rates refunded will have no effect locally.

Toowoomba ‘Envy Of Regional Australia’

Toowoomba ‘Envy Of Regional Australia’

Toowoomba Regional Council adopted its 2016-17 Annual Report at a Special Meeting held on Wednesday.

LGAQ Backs Labor Grants Scheme

LGAQ Backs Labor Grants Scheme

Local Government Association of Queensland president Mark Jamieson has spoken out in favour of the Labor Government’s “Works For Queensland” funding program.

Christmas Lunch Tickets Now On Sale

Christmas Lunch Tickets Now On Sale

Popular ABC Radio host Belinda Sanders will be a special guest speaker at this year’s Mayor’s Community Christmas Lunch.

Mayor Welcomes Road Announcement

Mayor Welcomes Road Announcement

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell has welcomed Monday’s election commitment by the LNP to widen the Mundubbera-Durong Road and upgrade the Boyne River bridge.

Christmas Lights Competition Now Open

Christmas Lights Competition Now Open

The South Burnett Regional Council declared the annual South Burnett Christmas Lights Competition officially open on Friday.

Council To Examine Pipeline Costs

Council To Examine Pipeline Costs

The South Burnett Regional Council has kicked off its long-term plan to connect Kingaroy’s water supply to Nanango.

Mayor Calls On Pollies To Solve Tarong

Mayor Calls On Pollies To Solve Tarong

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell will call on all political parties contesting the up-coming State election to come up with a practical solution for the inevitable closure of the Tarong Power Stations and Meandu Mine.

Christmas Lights Can Win Big Prizes

Christmas Lights Can Win Big Prizes

The South Burnett will light up to celebrate Christmas this December, thanks to mining magnate Gina Rinehart and her company, Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd.

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