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Station Returns To Its New Home

Station Returns To Its New Home

The South Burnett Rail Trail will soon have two new attractions at Wooroolin thanks to the efforts of the Wooroolin Lions Club.

Road Project Drawing To A Close

Road Project Drawing To A Close

A six-month effort to widen and overlay a 1.2km section of Wattle Camp Road at Wattle Camp may finally be drawing to a close.

Council Trials<br> Drone Technology

Council Trials
Drone Technology

South Burnett Regional Council will trial the use of drones to try to reduce building maintenance costs

Pumpkin Festival Query Sparks Anger

Pumpkin Festival Query Sparks Anger

The South Burnett Regional Council’s support for the Goomeri Pumpkin Festival – an event held in neighbouring Gympie Council’s region – sparked angry exchanges at Wednesday’s council meeting in Kingaroy.

Council Delays CBD Upgrade

Council Delays CBD Upgrade

South Burnett Regional Council will not begin construction work on Kingaroy’s CBD upgrade this year but planning for the project will still go ahead.

Council Targets Aged Water Pipes

Council Targets Aged Water Pipes

South Burnett Regional Council has begun a program to replace 5.6km of ageing water pipes in the region, some of which are up to 60 years old.

Ratepayers Win Six-Week Extension

Ratepayers Win Six-Week Extension

All South Burnett ratepayers have been given a six-week extension in the discount period for their latest rates notice after agitation by a recently formed ratepayers’ group.

Council To Consult On Published Tourist Guide

Council To Consult On Published Tourist Guide

The South Burnett Regional Council will consult on Wednesday with tourism operators about the recent release of its “Let’s Go South Burnett” tourist publication.

Council Ideas Receive Funding

Council Ideas Receive Funding

South Burnett Regional Council will receive funding to develop a regional Water and Wastewater Strategy under Round 2 of the State Government’s¬†Maturing the Infrastructure Pipeline Program.

Council Sets Baiting Dates

Council Sets Baiting Dates

South Burnett Regional Council, in conjunction with Biosecurity Queensland, is organising another round of wild dog and feral pig baiting in the region.

Deadline For Community Grants

Deadline For Community Grants

Not-for-profit groups in Yarraman and Cooyar have just a day left to apply for funding under Round 1 of Toowoomba Regional Council’s community grants scheme.

Council May Resubmit CBD Proposal

Council May Resubmit CBD Proposal

The South Burnett Regional Council will resubmit its application for a $2 million contribution towards Kingaroy’s CBD upgrade project to the next round of the Building Better Regions fund.

$280,000 To Help Kids On Bail

$280,000 To Help Kids On Bail

Youth Justice Minister Di Farmer travelled to Cherbourg on Wednesday morning to announce a new $280,000 bail support program for the town to help keep local young people charged with offences out of youth detention centres.

Toowoomba Aiming For Best Water Win

Toowoomba Aiming For Best Water Win

Toowoomba Regional Council is aiming to take home a gong for having the tastiest water in Queensland when it competes in the state finals of the Ixom Best of the Best Queensland Water Taste Test.

Council Revamps ‘Buy Local’ System

Council Revamps ‘Buy Local’ System

The South Burnett Regional Council will move to a new purchasing system in an effort to buy more goods and services from local businesses.

Council To Target Plastic

Council To Target Plastic

Toowoomba Regional Council is investigating ways to reduce the usage of plastic in the Council.

Cherbourg Is A Good News Story

Cherbourg Is A Good News Story

Cherbourg has copped a lot of rubbishing lately … which isn’t fair to the vast majority of the residents of the town or its hard-working local Council.

Road Complaints Down?

Road Complaints Down?

While the number of customer complaints relating to roads appears to have fallen during the past year, it is unclear how many were resolved and how long it took to resolve them.

Dog Blitz Nabs Hundreds

Dog Blitz Nabs Hundreds

An annual dog inspection program being run by the South Burnett Regional Council is finding between 20 and 30 unregistered dogs every day.

Free Cycling Programs For Women

Free Cycling Programs For Women

The South Burnett Regional Council will begin running a free 10-week program on the South Burnett Rail Trail soon to encourage more women and girls to take up cycling.

Angry Ratepayers Promised Road Fix

Angry Ratepayers Promised Road Fix

All the South Burnett’s dirt roads will “see a grader”¬†within 12 to 18 months, about 65 angry ratepayers were promised at a public meeting held at Durong Hall on Thursday night.

Kingaroy Streetscape Put On Hold

Kingaroy Streetscape Put On Hold

Kingaroy’s CBD upgrade has been put on hold after failing to win a $2 million Federal Government grant for the project

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