Council and State agencies in the Gympie, Toowoomba and Somerset local government areas can now apply for up to $5 million in joint State / Federal bushfire relief.
South Burnett Regional Council is inviting tenders for the lease of the South Burnett Aquatic Centre at Nanango.
Toowoomba Regional Council’s Environment and Community Services Committee has recommended the adoption of a new Biosecurity Plan for Invasive Plants and Animals.
A new community group will be formed in a bid to take over the operation of Nanango’s historic Ringsfield complex.
South Burnett Regional Council has released the details of more of Mayor Brett Otto’s Rates Information sessions.
Will you get fined if you didn’t vote at the Council elections in March? The official response is … it depends.
South Burnett Mayor Brett Otto is inviting residents to attend a “Rates Information Session” to be held at Murgon on Thursday evening (August 6).
South Burnett Regional Council has reminded residents that next Monday (August 10) is still the gazetted Ekka Show Holiday for the region.
A petition protesting against a 150 per cent rise in the cost of standpipe water attracted more than 500 signatures at the Nanango Markets on Saturday morning.
Toowoomba councillor Megan O’Hara Sullivan has been named as an Australian Labor Party candidate for the upcoming State election.
Some Kingaroy and Wondai residents may experience intermittent drops in water pressure in coming weeks while work is done on two local reservoirs.
South Burnett Regional Council will use its $3.31 million COVID-19 Works for Queensland funding to carry out miscellaneous upgrades, maintenance and refurbishment across the region’s public facilities.
Goomeri’s swimming pool, which has been closed since January, will receive a $509,000 upgrade to ensure it reopens in time for this year’s swimming season.
New signs will be installed in the outdoor interpretative area at the Kingaroy Information Art and Heritage Precinct – and the Heritage Museum windows decorated.
The South Burnett was represented at a regional workshop in Maryborough earlier this month which discussed priority projects across the region.
South Burnett Regional Council will receive $20,000 from jointly funded Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements in the wake of last summer’s bushfires.
Goomeri residents say they’re very pleased the town’s water plant is back in operation after being out of action for more than a year.
South Burnett Regional Council’s latest round of community grants – including RADF grants for artists – will open August 1.
South Burnett Mayor Brett Otto has released the list of dates for his second round of “Have A Chat With The Mayor” meet and greets.
Local tourism group Visit South Burnett is seeking $140,000 from the South Burnett Regional Council to hire its own tourism officer