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TRC Explores Cultural Burns

TRC Explores Cultural Burns

Bunya Peoples Aboriginal Corporation Rangers will be invited to attend hazard reduction burns carried out this year by the Toowoomba Regional Council.

Cupboard Is Bare: GRC Mayor

Cupboard Is Bare: GRC Mayor

Gympie Council’s financial position is so bad it will need to borrow as much as $12 million just to cover wages and routine expenses for the coming quarter.

TRC Water Discount Ends

TRC Water Discount Ends

Toowoomba Regional Council’s discount extension for the current water rates notice will end on Tuesday (June 23).

Fuel Cell Gets Go-Ahead

Fuel Cell Gets Go-Ahead

Durong will get a 24-hour fuel cell more than a year after the SBRC first began seeking public feedback on the idea

RADAC Seeks Nominations

RADAC Seeks Nominations

Toowoomba Regional Council is seeking nominations to fill 13 positions for the new term of the Regional Access and Disability Advisory Committee (RADAC).

Kingaroy Water Disruption

Kingaroy Water Disruption

South Burnett Regional Council has advised that the water supply in parts of Haly and Kingaroy streets will be shut off on Sunday (June 21) for routine maintenance.

Council Lodges $3m Roads Claim

Council Lodges $3m Roads Claim

South Burnett Regional Council believe storms that hit the region in February caused as much as $3 million damage to the South Burnett’s road network – not $1 million as previously thought.

TRC Joins Trucking Project

TRC Joins Trucking Project

Toowoomba Regional Council has been selected as one of the first councils in Australia to be involved in a project that will help improve heavy vehicle access on council roads.

Dark Sky Petition Goes To Council

Dark Sky Petition Goes To Council

A second petition supporting a push to have the Bunya Mountains declared a “Dark Sky Park” will be presented to the South Burnett Regional Council at their general meeting this week.

$2m Boost For TRC

$2m Boost For TRC

Toowoomba Regional Council will receive at least $2 million for “shovel-ready” projects under Stage 2 of the State Government’s “Unite and Recover For Queensland” plan.

TRC Rates, Charges Rise 2.95pc

TRC Rates, Charges Rise 2.95pc

Toowoomba Regional Council ratepayers will face an average 2.95 per cent increase in rates and charges after the Council handed down its 2020-21 Budget on Monday morning.