The price of drawing water from South Burnett Regional Council’s standpipes is about to rise by almost 150 per cent.
SBRC employees received a 2.5pc pay rise this week following the successful conclusion of enterprise bargaining
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.
Council is looking for managers to take over the tourist parks at Boondooma and BP dams
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.
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.
A community committee could take over the running of Nanango’s historic Ringsfield House, owned by the South Burnett Regional Council.
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.
Visit South Burnett – the region’s new Local Tourism Organisation (LTO) – announced on Thursday that its membership has now swelled to more than 60.
Wanting to visit Cherbourg? Restrictions changed again on Monday morning
South Burnett Regional Council has published an updated list of reopened facilities around the region.
The Federal Government’s JobKeeper wage subsidy scheme is worth at least $2.5 million a month to the South Burnett, and likely very much more
South Burnett Regional Council is working on the list of shovel-ready projects which it must submit to the State Government by Friday.
In a decision likely to have implications for councils everywhere, Goondiwindi Regional Council will have to pay $304,000 in damages to a 58-year-old motorcyclist after she hit a pothole and came off her bike in 2016, fracturing several vertebrae.
Murgon’s planned Cultural Centre – including an art gallery and fossil museum – will become a reality following a Federal Government grant of $1.596 million announced on Friday
Toowoomba Regional Council is reopening campgrounds from Friday (June 5) in line with the State Government’s Roadmap to Easing COVID-19 restrictions.
It was the case of third time lucky for Kingaroy’s much-discussed revitalisation with the announcement on Friday the Federal Government will be contributing $4.5 million towards the $11.3 million project.
South Burnett Regional Council advised on Tuesday that its 48-hour free camping areas are, in fact, open.
South Burnett Regional Council has welcomed the announcement that a mobile phone tower will be erected at Cooranga North.
Camping and cabin accommodation at the South Burnett’s two dams will remain closed, despite the easing of some COVID-19 restrictions by the State Government