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Council To Call Ringsfield Tenders

Council To Call Ringsfield Tenders

South Burnett Regional Council will call for tenders from community groups interested in operating Nanango’s historic Ringsfield House as a museum and/or tourism destination.

Pools Reopen After Winter

Pools Reopen After Winter

South Burnett swimming pools that were closed over winter will be re-opening on Saturday, just in time for school holiday fun.

TRC Cuts Wivenhoe Costs

TRC Cuts Wivenhoe Costs

Toowoomba Regional Council will save about $71,000 a month after negotiating a new contract linked to its use of water from Wivenhoe Dam.

Standpipe Prices Trimmed … For Now

Standpipe Prices Trimmed … For Now

South Burnett Regional Council will reduce its standpipe water prices from $10 to $6 per kilolitre for potable water – and $5 per kilolitre for non-potable water – until December 31.

Funding For Emergency Power

Funding For Emergency Power

Cherbourg Council is one of 17 councils across Queensland that will receive State Government funding to help “disaster-proof” the community.

Mayors Back Border Closures

Mayors Back Border Closures

The Cherbourg and South Burnett mayors joined forces on Monday morning to urge caution before any easing of Queensland’s COVID-19 border restrictions.

Art Celebrates Peanut Centenary

Art Celebrates Peanut Centenary

A presentation ceremony will be held at Kingaroy’s Heritage Museum soon to officially celebrate an artwork that’s been delighting Museum visitors for the past six months.

Two Grants For Yarraman

Two Grants For Yarraman

Two Yarraman community groups will receive funding from Toowoomba Regional Council in the latest round of council’s Community Grants Program.

TRC Wins Regional Training Award

TRC Wins Regional Training Award

Toowoomba Regional Council took out the “Large Employer Of The Year Award” at the Queensland Training Awards (Darling Downs South West Region) announced on Friday morning.

New Tribunal Members Appointed

New Tribunal Members Appointed

Seven new casual members have joined the Councillor Conduct Tribunal, the independent body charged with handling complaints of misconduct by councillors.

Council Halls Can Be Hired

Council Halls Can Be Hired

South Burnett Regional Council has advised that its community halls are available for hire but there are restrictions in line with current Public Health Directions.

Protest Song Targets Water Hike

Protest Song Targets Water Hike

Nanango businesswoman Jane Erkens has released a video protesting the South Burnett Regional Council’s recent decision to lift standpipe water charges by 150 per cent.

Council Policy Aims To Cut Discounts

Council Policy Aims To Cut Discounts

The South Burnett Regional Council has called for public comment on a new policy that could mean some community groups will have to pay full Council fees if they have received government funding to help with an infrastructure project.

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