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Artists Invited To Meet’n’Greet

Artists Invited To Meet’n’Greet

People interested in the South Burnett’s arts scene have been invited to get together and swap ideas at an informal meet’n’greet to be held in Wondai on Friday night.

SBRC Joins Grants Campaign

SBRC Joins Grants Campaign

The South Burnett Regional Council will join a national campaign to pressure the Federal Government into raising Financial Assistance Grant funding.

Iris Is Reaching Out To Youth

Iris Is Reaching Out To Youth

Iris-Jean Blow is the latest voice to be heard on Cherbourg Radio … and she has heaps of local knowledge to share with listeners.

Groups Share $84,297 In Grants

Groups Share $84,297 In Grants

South Burnett Regional Council will give $84,297 to 42 community groups in the latest round of its twice-yearly Community Grants Program.

Council Misses Out On $4m Grant

Council Misses Out On $4m Grant

South Burnett Regional Council has missed out again on funding for the multi-million dollar Kingaroy CBD Revitalisation project.

Ex-PM Visits Cherbourg’s Recycling Plant

Ex-PM Visits Cherbourg’s Recycling Plant

Federal MP Tony Abbott has urged Cherbourg Council to put together a business case for a new $380,000 baling machine after visiting Cherbourg’s recycling plant on Wednesday.

Feedback Sought On Fuel Cell

Feedback Sought On Fuel Cell

South Burnett Regional Council is seeking public feedback on a proposal to locate a fuel cell at Durong

Please Don’t Park Here …

Please Don’t Park Here …

South Burnett Regional Council is asking Kingaroy residents to not park on two local streets on Friday afternoon (March 22).

Council To Auction 35 Properties

Council To Auction 35 Properties

South Burnett Regional Council will put 35 properties with a combined unimproved value of more than $3 million up for auction to recover $854,226 in unpaid rates.

Council To Trial Bicycle Hire

Council To Trial Bicycle Hire

People who would like to cycle the South Burnett Rail Trail but don’t own a bicycle will soon be able to hire one from the Kingaroy or Wondai Visitor Information Centres.

Council Seeks Planning Scheme Input

Council Seeks Planning Scheme Input

Toowoomba Regional Council is inviting Yarraman and Cooyar residents to have a say on the future shape of their towns at two upcoming workshops being held on March 23 and April 6.

Mayor’s Ball Tickets Go On Sale

Mayor’s Ball Tickets Go On Sale

Tickets went on sale on Friday for the 2019 South Burnett Mayor’s Charity Ball which will beĀ held at Kingaroy Town Hall on Saturday, June 8.

April Plan For Pipeline

April Plan For Pipeline

Toowoomba Regional Council may start pumping water from Wivenhoe Dam to Cressbrook Dam as soon as next month.

TRC To Seek Postal Ballot

TRC To Seek Postal Ballot

Toowoomba Regional Council will ask the State Government to approve postal voting for the next Council poll, due in March 2020.

Have Your Say On Footpaths

Have Your Say On Footpaths

South Burnett Regional Council is asking Murgon residents to vote on what they would like their new Lamb Street footpaths to look like

Meeting To Discuss Biosecurity

Meeting To Discuss Biosecurity

A meeting will be held in Kingaroy next week as part of theĀ development of a Regional Biosecurity Strategy for the Wide Bay Burnett Regional Organisation of Councils.

Work To Widen Highway Curve

Work To Widen Highway Curve

The Department of Transport and Main Roads plans to begin work soon to upgrade a sweeping curve on the Bunya Highway, north of Memerambi, to improve safety.

Latest Tourism Magazine Unveiled

Latest Tourism Magazine Unveiled

The latest edition of South Burnett Regional Council’s tourism publication, “Let’s Go South Burnett”, has been unveiled

Have Your Say On Safety

Have Your Say On Safety

Yarraman residents have been invited to “have their say” in the Toowoomba Regional Council’s biggest safety survey.

MP Wants State To Pay Rates

MP Wants State To Pay Rates

Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud has called on the State Government to pay the rates for family farms and small businesses battling drought.

LGAQ To Debate Council Reforms

LGAQ To Debate Council Reforms

The Local Government Association of Queensland plans to call a rare General Meeting on April 2 to discuss reforms the State Government wants to introduce to Council elections and the way Councils operate.

Gympie To Follow South Burnett’s Path?

Gympie To Follow South Burnett’s Path?

Gympie Regional Council has been urged to follow the South Burnett’s lead in the way it handles rural roads.

$10,000 For Drug Action Plan

$10,000 For Drug Action Plan

South Burnett Regional Council has received a $10,000 grant to develop a plan aimed at tackling alcohol and drug abuse in the region.

Land Values In Town Drop Again

Land Values In Town Drop Again

South Burnett residential land values have fallen by an average of 31.3 per cent over the past seven years.

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