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Building Approvals Rise

Building Approvals Rise

Building approvals in the South Burnett may be emerging from a four-year slump, according to new data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Grant To Upgrade Ringsfield

Grant To Upgrade Ringsfield

Nanango’s historic Ringsfield House will receive a new roof, thanks to a $115,747 grant from the State Government.

$2m Upgrade To Start Next Week

$2m Upgrade To Start Next Week

Work on the $2 million refurbishment of the former Nanango Shire Council Chambers will begin next week.

Events To Support Small Business

Events To Support Small Business

South Burnett Regional Council has two free events coming up soon for small business owners.

Gympie Axes Tip Fee Hikes

Gympie Axes Tip Fee Hikes

Less than a month after announcing it would substantially increase tip fees on July 1, Gympie Regional Council has axed the idea.

Car Park Upgrade Gets Thumbs Up

Car Park Upgrade Gets Thumbs Up

Wooroolin’s newly sealed car park re-opened this week, and no one is happier to see it than Cr Ros Heit.

$4.5m Council Projects Approved

$4.5m Council Projects Approved

South Burnett Regional Council will receive $4.5 million to tackle local projects under the Works For Queensland funding announced in State Parliament on Thursday.

$500,000 Boost For Footpaths

$500,000 Boost For Footpaths

South Burnett Regional Council will receive $500,000 from the State Government towards its $1.24 million upgrade of Murgon’s CBD footpaths.

Fees And Charges Rise 2pc

Fees And Charges Rise 2pc

The cost of doing business with the South Burnett Regional Council will rise an average of 2 per cent from July 1.

Dog Blitz Starts June 10

Dog Blitz Starts June 10

The cost of Council’s upcoming dog blitz in the South Burnett will be paid for by the fines and registration fees it recovers.

Council To Take Over Brighthaven

Council To Take Over Brighthaven

South Burnett Regional Council will buy out the State Government’s interest in Nanango’s Brighthaven units, ending a partnership that has lasted almost 30 years.

Flag-Raising To Foster Reconciliation

Flag-Raising To Foster Reconciliation

South Burnett Regional Council will mark national Reconciliation Week with a special flag-raising ceremony in the Glendon Street Forecourt in Kingaroy on May 29.

Ratepayers Face Massive Hike

Ratepayers Face Massive Hike

Almost half of Gympie Regional Council’s 25,000 ratepayers will face an average rate hike of 6.39 per cent next year after recent increases in land valuations.

TRC To Update Water Restrictions

TRC To Update Water Restrictions

Toowoomba Regional Council plans to update its water restriction guidelines in the wake of the drought gripping the region.

Jason’s Pedalling A Tasty New Idea

Jason’s Pedalling A Tasty New Idea

Kingaroy chef Jason Ford is combining two of the South Burnett’s great passions – cycling the rail trail and eating local cuisine – in a special event next month.

Study Tour To Explore Food Trail

Study Tour To Explore Food Trail

South Burnett food businesses have been invited to join Business South Burnett on a study tour to the Noosa Farmers’ Market and “Farmer and Sun” in Gympie.

Council Plans Tourism Advisory Group

Council Plans Tourism Advisory Group

South Burnett Regional Council is examining the idea of forming a tourism advisory group to help set directions for the region’s tourism marketing.

Temporary Library Opens

Temporary Library Opens

Nanango’s temporary library opened on Wednesday in the Scott car park

Brave Start For Relay Campaign

Brave Start For Relay Campaign

Bravehearts founder Hetty Johnston AM stirred emotions at Thursday’s South Burnett Mayor’s Breakfast in Kingaroy.

Council Candidates To Undergo Training

Council Candidates To Undergo Training

Councillors and council candidates will undergo compulsory training as part of amendments to Local Government legislation introduced into State Parliament on Wednesday.

Councillor Admits ‘Error’

Councillor Admits ‘Error’

A Toowoomba councillor has been found guilty of misconduct by the Councillor Conduct Tribunal after failing to declare a conflict of interest during a portfolio meeting.

Council Division Boundaries Under Review

Council Division Boundaries Under Review

South Burnett residents living in Divisions 4, 5 and 6 have less than three weeks to make suggestions about minor boundary changes being proposed ahead of next year’s Council elections.

Have Your Say On Flood Plans

Have Your Say On Flood Plans

Toowoomba Regional Council is inviting Yarraman and Cooyar residents to comment on draft floodplain risk management measures over the next few weeks.

Grants For Yarraman Groups

Grants For Yarraman Groups

Two Yarraman community groups will benefit from the latest round of Toowoomba Regional Council’s Community Grant Program.

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