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Council Plans<br> Pool Upgrades

Council Plans
Pool Upgrades

Three South Burnett public swimming pools will be getting important upgrades over the next few months

Drive-Thru Testing At Hospital

Drive-Thru Testing At Hospital

A drive-thru testing clinic is available at Kingaroy Hospital so people can be tested for COVID-19 without leaving their cars.

Council Approves Export Hub

Council Approves Export Hub

Toowoomba Regional Council has approved the application for a huge new Regional Trade Distribution Centre near Wellcamp Airport.

Two More Jets Join LifeFlight

Two More Jets Join LifeFlight

RACQ LifeFlight has added two more Challenger 604 aircraft to its medevac fleet.

Council Lobbies To Save Store

Council Lobbies To Save Store

Mayor Brett Otto has approached the State Government about the future of Murgon’s Target Country store

$1.6m Boost For SBRC

$1.6m Boost For SBRC

SBRC has secured more than $1.6 million through a new Federal Government program

Council Writes Off Bad Debts

Council Writes Off Bad Debts

South Burnett Regional Council will write off almost $159,000 in debts and fines because most are unrecoverable.

Brochure Lists COVID-19 Supports

Brochure Lists COVID-19 Supports

South Burnett Regional Council is mailing out a brochure with information about where to get help during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Work Starts On Draft Disaster Plan

Work Starts On Draft Disaster Plan

A joint Local Disaster Management sub-plan will be developed for the Bunya Mountains following a meeting between local residents and Council representatives.

Two New COVID-19 Cases

Two New COVID-19 Cases

Two new cases of COVID-19 were diagnosed in Queensland during the past 24 hours, taking the State’s total since the pandemic began to 1057.

Rocky Case Sparks Concern

Rocky Case Sparks Concern

No further cases of COVID-19 have been recorded at a Rockhampton aged care facility where a nurse tested positive to the disease during the past 24 hours.

$25,500 Fines For Tick Breaches

$25,500 Fines For Tick Breaches

A Queensland transport company has been fined $25,000 and a truck driver $5000 for moving cattle from a ticky area through a cattle tick-free zone.

New Hope CEO To Retire

New Hope CEO To Retire

New Hope CEO and Managing Director Shane Stephan will be retiring from the helm of the coal miner on August 31.

18 Active Cases In Qld

18 Active Cases In Qld

Six cases have been added to Qld’s COVID-19 tally but there has actually been no new cases reported

Two Injured In Truck Crash

Two Injured In Truck Crash

Two people were injured when a car became airborne and crashed into the cabin of a prime mover on the Bunya Highway on Friday night.

$430,000 Grant For Cooyar

$430,000 Grant For Cooyar

Cooyar Agricultural Society will receive more than $430,000 from the Federal Government to build a new multipurpose facility at the showgrounds.

Mayor Salutes Legendary Jockey

Mayor Salutes Legendary Jockey

Toowoomba Mayor Paul Antonio has paid tribute to legendary Australian jockey Darby McCarthy OAM who died on Wednesday aged 76.

Three Charged After GPS Tracks Vehicle

Three Charged After GPS Tracks Vehicle

Kingaroy Police have charged three people with various offences following an incident during which a police car was damaged.

Back-To-School Plans

Back-To-School Plans

Years 11-12, Kindy, Prep and Year 1 students will return to regular classes next week

Police To Monitor 50km Rule

Police To Monitor 50km Rule

Police will be out and about ensuring travellers are obeying the 50km COVID-19 non-essential travel limit this weekend.

Gympie Regional Council CEO Resigns

Gympie Regional Council CEO Resigns

Gympie Regional Council will begin an immediate search for a new CEO following the sudden resignation of incumbent Bernard Smith on Wednesday.

Police Seek Gympie Man

Police Seek Gympie Man

Police have released an image of a man who may be able to assist with inquiries into an armed robbery in Gympie last Sunday.

Spitting Fines To Protect Workers

Spitting Fines To Protect Workers

People who deliberately cough, sneeze or spit on public officials and workers – including shop assistants – could be fined up to $13,345 under a new COVID-19 Public Health Direction.

Ergon’s Safety Heroes Go Online

Ergon’s Safety Heroes Go Online

Ergon Energy has modified its popular Safety Heroes program for easy home delivery by parents and caregivers during the COVID-19 lockdown.

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