A house at 41 Macalister Street in Murgon will be offered for sale as a removal house to help the South Burnett Regional Council avoid expensive maintenance costs.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has called on the South Burnett Regional Council to reconsider a 150 per cent increase in standpipe water costs.
Gympie Council’s financial position is so bad it will need to borrow as much as $12 million just to cover wages and routine expenses for the coming quarter.
Durong will get a 24-hour fuel cell more than a year after the SBRC first began seeking public feedback on the idea
TRC says Yarraman’s community infrastructure will receive more than $835,000 in upgrades this year
South Burnett Regional Council believe storms that hit the region in February caused as much as $3 million damage to the South Burnett’s road network – not $1 million as previously thought.
Archaic laws that mandate certain public notices must be published in printed newspapers could stifle new development approvals in the region.
The price of drawing water from South Burnett Regional Council’s standpipes is about to rise by almost 150 per cent.
Values remained very strong for all descriptions at Murgon’s fortnightly cattle sale on Tuesday, June 16.
The State Government has announced a $12.5 million funding package for Queensland’s agribusiness and food sector as part of its COVID-19 recovery plan.
The Coolabunia weaner and store sale on Thursday, June 11 was a cracker with steers topping at $5.04/kg.
A second round of small business grants designed to helped Queensland small businesses recover from the impact of COVID-19 has been announced.
Key influencers and innovators in the agriculture sector have been invited to nominate for the Peter Kenny Medal and the Minister’s Emerging Leader Award.
Almost 40 runners visited Nanango on Sunday morning to try out the track that will be used for a new running festival.
Toowoomba Regional Council ratepayers will face an average 2.95 per cent increase in rates and charges after the Council handed down its 2020-21 Budget on Monday morning.
Visit South Burnett – the region’s new Local Tourism Organisation (LTO) – announced on Thursday that its membership has now swelled to more than 60.
The Federal Government’s JobKeeper wage subsidy scheme is worth at least $2.5 million a month to the South Burnett, and likely very much more
The Australian Government announced on Thursday that it will commit more than $4.7 million to provide small regional businesses with access to free and confidential financial counselling.
In a decision likely to have implications for councils everywhere, Goondiwindi Regional Council will have to pay $304,000 in damages to a 58-year-old motorcyclist after she hit a pothole and came off her bike in 2016, fracturing several vertebrae.
Local councils and not-for-profit organisations can apply for a share of a $13 million fund set up to help local communities better prepare for future disasters.