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Councillors Hear Water Plea

Councillors Hear Water Plea

A petition sponsored by Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington and signed by 656 residents opposing a 150 per cent increase in standpipe water charges was delivered to the South Burnett Regional Council on Wednesday.

Council To Fund Tourism Group

Council To Fund Tourism Group

South Burnett Regional Council will fund a local tourism association for six months, with the possibility of future support if the group meets agreed performance targets.

Toowoomba Proposes Water Alliance

Toowoomba Proposes Water Alliance

oowoomba Regional Council will work with neighbouring councils to form a Water Alliance in an effort to ensure future water security for the Darling Downs.

TRC To Adopt Biosecurity Plan

TRC To Adopt Biosecurity Plan

Toowoomba Regional Council’s Environment and Community Services Committee has recommended the adoption of a new Biosecurity Plan for Invasive Plants and Animals. 

Mayor To Explain Rates

Mayor To Explain Rates

South Burnett Mayor Brett Otto is inviting residents to attend a “Rates Information Session” to be held at Murgon on Thursday evening (August 6).

Ekka Holiday Next Monday

Ekka Holiday Next Monday

South Burnett Regional Council has reminded residents that next Monday (August 10) is still the gazetted Ekka Show Holiday for the region.

Councillor To Run For ALP

Councillor To Run For ALP

Toowoomba councillor Megan O’Hara Sullivan has been named as an Australian Labor Party candidate for the upcoming State election.

Reservoir Repairs Begin Soon

Reservoir Repairs Begin Soon

Some Kingaroy and Wondai residents may experience intermittent drops in water pressure in coming weeks while work is done on two local reservoirs.

COVID Funds Help Local Projects

COVID Funds Help Local Projects

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.

Budget Boost For Goomeri

Budget Boost For Goomeri

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.

Pick The Photos For Museum

Pick The Photos For Museum

New signs will be installed in the outdoor interpretative area at the Kingaroy Information Art and Heritage Precinct – and the Heritage Museum windows decorated.