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Taylors Road Upgrade Starts Monday

Taylors Road Upgrade Starts Monday

The notorious intersection of Taylors and Meiers Roads with the Bunya Highway north of Kingaroy will be getting an upgrade from Monday (May 29).

Work Starts Soon On Mt Stanley Road

Work Starts Soon On Mt Stanley Road

The South Burnett Regional Council will begin reconstruction work on Mt Stanley Road, Nanango in the week beginning Monday, June 5.

Mayors Take Stand Against DV

Mayors Take Stand Against DV

Cherbourg mayor Arnold Murray joined 14 other mayors from Indigenous communities in Cairns on Friday as part of a roundtable discussion about “Closing the Gap” on disadvantage.

Mayor Defends Hall Charges

Mayor Defends Hall Charges

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell has defended a change in Council’s hall hire fees, which will see not-for-profit community groups paying 50 percent of the commercial rate to hire Council-owned halls in future.

Rotary Helps Make Library Safer

Rotary Helps Make Library Safer

The Kingaroy Library will become a safer place to visit from Tuesday onwards, thanks to the Kingaroy Rotary Club.

Jason To Share Our Best In Brisbane

Jason To Share Our Best In Brisbane

Kingaroy chef Jason Ford has been a fixture at Regional Flavours in Brisbane for several years but this time he’ll be an official South Burnett “ambassador”.

Awards Mark End Of Shopper Program

Awards Mark End Of Shopper Program

South Burnett Directions wrapped up its successful shopper loyalty program with a function for participating business owners at the TAFE Qld South West campus in Kingaroy recently.

Council Tackles Problem Roads

Council Tackles Problem Roads

Work on fixing Ellesmere Road’s shoulders will begin within weeks, Cr Spud Jones says.

Motorcycle Tourism: Are You In?

Motorcycle Tourism: Are You In?

South Burnett hotel, accommodation, food and fuel operators who want to join the region’s push to attract motorcycle tourism need to put up their hands soon.

Ringsfield EOIs Open This Friday

Ringsfield EOIs Open This Friday

The South Burnett Regional Council will call for expressions of interest to manage the operations of Ringsfield House in Nanango this Friday (May 19).

Council To Cut Community Support

Council To Cut Community Support

South Burnett community groups who want rebates on Council fees will be forced to stump up extra cash from July 1.

New Footpath For Ivy Street

New Footpath For Ivy Street

One of Kingaroy’s longest residential streets will be getting a concrete footpath over the next seven weeks, thanks to the State Government.

Heritage Buildings Get More Protection

Heritage Buildings Get More Protection

Local councils will be able to take a stronger role in protecting heritage buildings under new laws passed by State Parliament this week.

New Laws For Council Elections

New Laws For Council Elections

The State Government has amended the law surrounding Council elections so voters will be better informed about who they’re voting for, and who helped fund a candidate’s campaign.

New Trainees Start With Council

New Trainees Start With Council

The South Burnett Regional Council welcomed 10 new trainees on Monday.

Budget Restores FAGs Indexation

Budget Restores FAGs Indexation

The South Burnett Regional Council’s finances will be slightly better off from July 1 thanks to Tuesday night’s Federal Budget.

Councils To Share $200,000

Councils To Share $200,000

The State Government is giving local councils $200,000 to help them plan sporting infrastructure for the future.

GM Retires At Toowoomba Council

GM Retires At Toowoomba Council

The man charged with overseeing Toowoomba region’s water supply, sewerage and waste management services is retiring from local government.

Marshlands Gets New Bridge

Marshlands Gets New Bridge

A three-and-a-half year effort to build a better bridge at Marshlands came to an end on Friday when the South Burnett Regional Council declared the new Marshlands Bridge officially open.

No Word On End To FAGs Freeze

No Word On End To FAGs Freeze

The South Burnett Regional Council is framing its 2017-18 Budget on the assumption the Federal Government will break its promise to lift a three year freeze on Financial Assistance Grants (FAGs) next financial year.

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