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Council Plans
Pool Upgrades

Three South Burnett public swimming pools will be getting important upgrades over the next few months

Council Seeks $90,000 For Bridges

Council Seeks $90,000 For Bridges

South Burnett Regional Council will upgrade two bridges if it can get half the cost of the upgrades paid for by the Federal Government.

$1m Drought Projects Announced

$1m Drought Projects Announced

South Burnett Regional Council will receive $1 million from the Federal Government’s “Drought Communities Program Extension” for a string of local projects.

Wondai Clock Mystery Solved

Wondai Clock Mystery Solved

Wondai residents wondering about the fate of the town’s clock can rest easy, it’s being fixed – again

Have A Chat With Mayor Otto

Have A Chat With Mayor Otto

Mayor Brett Otto is planning to hold a string of community meet’n’greets in June and July to allow residents to “have a chat with the Mayor”.

Antonio To Chair Rail Alliance

Antonio To Chair Rail Alliance

Toowoomba mayor Paul Antonio has been appointed chair of the Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail Alliance (MBIRA), the group which represents councils adjacent to the Inland Rail route.

‘Cherbourg Is Ready!’

‘Cherbourg Is Ready!’

There’s been huge sacrifices made by local residents in a bid to keep COVID-19 out of Cherbourg. But what if the worst did happen and there were positive cases identified?

Council Centres To Reopen Monday

Council Centres To Reopen Monday

South Burnett Regional Council libraries and Customer Service Centres will reopen on Monday, May 25 – with some changes

Council Updates Roadworks Schedule

Council Updates Roadworks Schedule

South Burnett Regional Council has released its list of roadworks scheduled for the rest of May and June.

$1.6m Boost For SBRC

$1.6m Boost For SBRC

SBRC has secured more than $1.6 million through a new Federal Government program

TRC To Begin Reopening Libraries

TRC To Begin Reopening Libraries

Toowoomba Regional Council will begin re-opening library services from next Monday (May 25) with reduced hours and a new “Reserve and Collect” process.

Council Writes Off Bad Debts

Council Writes Off Bad Debts

South Burnett Regional Council will write off almost $159,000 in debts and fines because most are unrecoverable.

Board Appointed To Hospital Foundation

Board Appointed To Hospital Foundation

South Burnett Regional Council has appointed seven directors to the Board of the South Burnett Community Hospital Foundation Limited, meaning there are two vacant spots still left to fill.

Council Adopts Car Park Plan

Council Adopts Car Park Plan

South Burnett Regional Council has given staff the go-ahead to proceed with a major upgrade of Kingaroy’s Alford Street car park

$800,000 Boost For Recycling Centre

$800,000 Boost For Recycling Centre

Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council will receive just over $800,000 from the State Government to develop the next stage of its recycling centre.

Brochure Lists COVID-19 Supports

Brochure Lists COVID-19 Supports

South Burnett Regional Council is mailing out a brochure with information about where to get help during the COVID-19 pandemic.

TRC To Favour Local Suppliers

TRC To Favour Local Suppliers

Toowoomba Regional Council has made it easier for local suppliers to gain more Council business.

Playgrounds, Parks To Reopen

Playgrounds, Parks To Reopen

South Burnett Regional Council will begin a staged reopening of facilities this weekend.

Mayor Defends Expenses Policy

Mayor Defends Expenses Policy

Mayor Brett Otto has responded to the May 11 report about the Expenses Reimbursement vote taken at the recent South Burnett Regional Council meeting.

TRC To Reopen Playgrounds

TRC To Reopen Playgrounds

Toowoomba Regional Council is reopening playgrounds, skate parks, outdoor gyms and barbecue areas from Saturday – but gathering restrictions will apply.

Tree Snaps In Main Street

Tree Snaps In Main Street

Luckily no one was injured when a large tree fell suddenly in Murgon’s main street on Monday afternoon.

Upgrades Greet Coolabunia Pupils

Upgrades Greet Coolabunia Pupils

Coolabunia State School had a brand new car park to welcome back Prep and Year 1 students on Monday thanks to a $140,000 project completed by the South Burnett Regional Council.

Councils To Receive $338,000

Councils To Receive $338,000

The South Burnett, North Burnett and Bundaberg regional councils will receive $338,000 to combat pests and weeds.

Councillors Vote To Lift Expenses

Councillors Vote To Lift Expenses

South Burnett councillors have voted to increase their weekly fuel subsidies by 23 per cent and meal allowances by 42 per cent.

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