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Hospital Foundation Seeks Directors

Hospital Foundation Seeks Directors

Nominations are being sought for the Board of Directors for the South Burnett Community Hospital Foundation Limited (SBCHF).

RADF, Grants Rounds To Open

RADF, Grants Rounds To Open

Artists and not-for-profit community groups should mark their calendars … the latest round of funding under the South Burnett Regional Council’s Community Grants Program will open on February 1.

Burnett Water Study Begins

Burnett Water Study Begins

The long-awaited multi-million dollar water feasibility study for the Burnett region has finally begun

WBBROC Seeks Mosquito Funding

WBBROC Seeks Mosquito Funding

The Wide Bay Burnett Regional Organisation of Councils has called on the State Government to fund a campaign to eradicate dengue fever mosquitoes from Murgon, Wondai, Goomeri and Cherbourg

Council To Offer Traineeships

Council To Offer Traineeships

People interested in applying for a council traineeship in 2020 have been invited to contact the South Burnett Regional Council for more information.

New Policy Aims To Attract Greenhouses

New Policy Aims To Attract Greenhouses

Toowoomba Regional Council has adopted a new policy aimed at attracting intensive horticulture businesses to the region

Residents Warned To Boil Water

Residents Warned To Boil Water

Cherbourg Council issued a “boil water alert” on Tuesday following issues with the chlorine dosing at the town’s water treatment plant.

Council Staff Leaving VICs

Council Staff Leaving VICs

The South Burnett Regional Council is moving its staff out of the region’s Visitor Information Centres (VICs) “to enable higher productivity”.

Mayor Hopes Ball Will Help Firies

Mayor Hopes Ball Will Help Firies

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell hopes the funds raised at the next Mayor’s Ball – to be held in 2021 – will go towards South Burnett fire services.

LGAQ Calls For More Action On Water

LGAQ Calls For More Action On Water

The Local Government Association of Queensland has called on the State and Federal Governments to take more action on water security.

Wondai Wins Christmas Lights Competition

Wondai Wins Christmas Lights Competition

Amaroo Drive in Wondai received a bright new addition to its street sign on Friday: a second, red sign that declares the road is now also “Santa Claus Lane”

Campbell To Stand Again

Campbell To Stand Again

Recycling could become a reality in the South Burnett if Mayor Keith Campbell is re-elected at the March local government election.

Pound Charges Under Scrutiny

Pound Charges Under Scrutiny

A complaint from a resident who had to pay $1890 to recover six impounded cattle may lead to a cheaper option next year.

Council To Enter Tourism Partnership

Council To Enter Tourism Partnership

After several months of negotiations, South Burnett Regional Council will enter into a partnership arrangement with the Visit South Burnett local tourism organisation.

$11.1m Plan To Transform Kingaroy

$11.1m Plan To Transform Kingaroy

South Burnett Regional Council will lodge its third application to the Building Better Regions Fund in an effort to secure Federal funds for the transformation of Kingaroy’s CBD.

Toowoomba GRP Hits $11.5b

Toowoomba GRP Hits $11.5b

Toowoomba region’s Gross Regional Product has passed the $11 billion mark for the first time.

Gympie Added To Drought List

Gympie Added To Drought List

Almost 68 per cent of Queensland is now officially in drought, with Gympie Regional Council added to the drought-declared list.

TRC Pushes For Passenger Rail

TRC Pushes For Passenger Rail

Toowoomba Regional Council plans to work with key local stakeholders and neighbouring councils to build a business case for a passenger rail service to Toowoomba.

Extra Money For South Burnett Roads

Extra Money For South Burnett Roads

South Burnett Regional Council will receive an extra $3,288,930 from the Federal Government’s Roads To Recovery program following a top-up to the program announced in the Federal Budget.

Plaque Marks End Of Naming Saga

Plaque Marks End Of Naming Saga

A small plaque attached to a bench in Drayton Street, Nanango has marked the end of one of the South Burnett Regional Council’s most extraordinary infrastructure naming decisions.

Watchdog To Fact Check Poll Claims

Watchdog To Fact Check Poll Claims

The Local Government Association of Queensland is funding an independent fact-checking watchdog in a bid to expose fake news in the lead-up to the March Council elections.

Rocky Journey For Old School

Rocky Journey For Old School

These days Rocky Hill is just a small rise beside Rocky Creek on the highway between Nanango and Yarraman … but in 1924 it was the site of the Rocky Hill School.

New Council Office To Open Next Week

New Council Office To Open Next Week

Nanango’s new $2 million Customer Service Centre will re-open next week after a six-month overhaul of the former Nanango Shire Council building.

Qld Signs Inland Rail Agreement

Qld Signs Inland Rail Agreement

The much-discussed Inland Rail project – linking Melbourne to Brisbane – took a major step forward on Friday with the signing of an agreement between the Federal and Queensland governments.

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