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Draft Parks<br> Plan Now Available

Draft Parks
Plan Now Available

The latest version of Council’s draft recreation plan is now available to download

Household Water Rates Rise 4.1pc

Household Water Rates Rise 4.1pc

Toowoomba Regional Council ratepayers will face between a 4.1 and 6 per cent rise in water charges after a review by the Queensland Treasury Corporation.

Businesses Support BlazeAid Effort

Businesses Support BlazeAid Effort

Local businesses have jumped on board to support the BlazeAid volunteers currently setting up camp in Kingaroy.

Planning Starts At BlazeAid Camp

Planning Starts At BlazeAid Camp

Representatives from a string of South Burnett community groups gathered on Tuesday afternoon to discuss how to support the BlazeAid camp which is being set up in Kingaroy in the wake of last Thursday’s destructive storms.

Crime Buster To Hear Council Complaints

Crime Buster To Hear Council Complaints

Former Crime and Corruption Commission investigator Kathleen Florian has been appointed the Independent Assessor to head up the new office which will handle complaints about councillor conduct in Queensland.

Declutter And Make A Dollar

Declutter And Make A Dollar

South Burnett residents have been invited to take part in this weekend’s massive Australia-wide Garage Sale Trail.

Storm Damages Saleyards

Storm Damages Saleyards

The Coolabunia Saleyards have been closed to the public in the wake of Thursday’s wild storm.

Logan Street’s Long Wait Is Over

Logan Street’s Long Wait Is Over

It’s not every day that ratepayers break out into spontaneous applause when councillors discuss roadworks … but it’s been a long wait for Logan Street residents.

Last Chance To Comment On Parks Plan

Last Chance To Comment On Parks Plan

South Burnett Regional Council has opened a small window of opportunity for residents to have a final say on its controversial Draft Sport and Recreation Infrastructure and Strategic Plan.

‘Rural Services’ Focus For Council

‘Rural Services’ Focus For Council

South Burnett Deputy Mayor Kathy Duff had her portfolio responsibilities tweaked at Wednesday’s council meeting.

Safety Upgrade At Durong

Safety Upgrade At Durong

Transport and Main Roads Department has begun work to “rehabilitate” a 3.2km stretch of Chinchilla-Wondai Road by removing trees and stabilising and strengthening the road.

Wind Farm Signs $6.7m Road Deal

Wind Farm Signs $6.7m Road Deal

The South Burnett Regional Council announced on Thursday it has signed a $6.7 million infrastructure agreement over Niagara Road.

Council Joins<BR> Garage Sale Trail

Council Joins
Garage Sale Trail

400,000 people across the country are expected to take part in the Garage Sale Trail on October 20-21

Chester Street Work Begins

Chester Street Work Begins

South Burnett Regional Council will be replacing a water main in Chester Street, Nanango, during the next two months.

Photo Book Retells Region’s History

Photo Book Retells Region’s History

A two-year effort to sift through 100,000 historic photos of the South Burnett and produce a book from them finally came to an end on Wednesday.

Roads Are ‘Scaring Away Tourists’

Roads Are ‘Scaring Away Tourists’

Durong resident Simon Stretton has again called on the South Burnett Regional Council to repair Shellytop and McLean roads urgently.

Council Unveils Roads Plan

Council Unveils Roads Plan

South Burnett Regional Council has unveiled its new plan to fix the region’s roads, and has promised it will deliver significant improvements within a year.

CQU To Lead Arts Development

CQU To Lead Arts Development

Central Queensland University has been chosen as the local service provider for Queensland’s new Regional Arts Services Network, taking on responsibility for arts development within the South Burnett and Cherbourg council areas.

Locals Honoured At Conference

Locals Honoured At Conference

South Burnett councillor Ros Heit was named winner of the 2018 Leadership Award at the recent Queensland Regional and Remote Women’s Network (QRRRWN) Conference held in Kingaroy.

Community Consultation ‘Appalling’

Community Consultation ‘Appalling’

A proposal to put the renaming of a Nanango streetscape feature out to public consultation has slammed by a former South Burnett councillor.

Roundabout Work On Target

Roundabout Work On Target

Work on Kingaroy’s new $1.87 million roundabout at Rogers Drive is proceeding to plan, and should be completed before Christmas.

Proposal To Honour Nanango Couple

Proposal To Honour Nanango Couple

A proposal to rename an al fresco area next to the Little Drayton Street laneway in Nanango “Barry and Mary Green Place” will be turned over to the Nanango community for a final decision.

Council Bridge On Private Property

Council Bridge On Private Property

The surprise discovery that a timber bridge across Boughyard Creek near Ironpot isn’t on a Council road reserve may force the South Burnett Regional Council to compulsorily acquire land from neighbouring properties.

Community Grants Increase By $7000

Community Grants Increase By $7000

The South Burnett Regional Council announced the successful applicants for the first round of its Community Grants program at its monthly meeting on Wednesday.

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