Property owners in Yarraman, Cooyar and other parts of the Toowoomba region can now find out their flood risk with the launch of an online Flood Risk Information Portal.
A crowd of more than 500 packed into the Cooyar Hotel’s grounds recently for some lively rodeo action
The new Colours of Yarraman Festival has been declared a success by organisers with a good roll-up at all the events during the week-long carnival.
Last weekend’s Cooyar Campdraft had to start half a day early because of the high number of nominations for the popular two-day event.
More than 250 homes and businesses in the Cooyar area will now have access to mobile phone coverage thanks to a new tower that began operating on Wednesday.
An age-old tradition was celebrated in Cooyar last Saturday night when five local women, dressed in white, made their debut.
An elderly man, pulled from his burning car near Mt Binga on Thursday night, has died
An elderly man suffered serious burns in a single vehicle crash near Mt Binga on Thursday evening.
Cooyar’s new fire shed to house its two local brigades was opened on Saturday
Applications for Toowoomba Regional Council’s latest round of community support grants are open until August 1.
The official opening of the joint Cooyar Town Rural Fire Brigade and Cooyar District Rural Fire Brigade fire shed will be held on Saturday (July 16).
Toowoomba Regional Council will hold community meetings in Cooyar and Yarraman following the approval of the Consolidated Flood Risk Assessment and Planning Evaluation Report at Tuesday’s Council meeting.
A man has been airlifted to Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane following a crash involving a motorbike and a car near Cooyar.
Firefighters extinguished a grassfire burning on both sides of the New England Highway south of Cooyar on Thursday afternoon.
Yarraman and Cooyar residents have been reminded that support is available for community groups in the Toowoomba region through the Community Drought Support grant program.
Yarraman and Cooyar residents have been missing out on getting to know their candidates due to the fact they are part of the Toowoomba Regional Council area.
Yarraman and Cooyar residents – who may be feeling a little left out of all the Council Election hype happening in the South Burnett at the moment – will get a chance to meet their candidates next week.
If you’ve been itching for the return of the ag shows, you’d better head on down to Cooyar on Saturday for the first show in this year’s South Burnett show season.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has blamed Katter’s Australian Party for refusing to make life easier for campdraft organisers.
The Cooyar War Memorial will be one of five State Heritage-listed war memorials which will be upgraded in the Toowoomba Council region this year thanks to a State Government grant.
Toowoomba Regional Council has approved an application from Motocross Mountain, near Cooyar, to alter its motorbike riding tracks.
The Federal Government’s Mobile Service Centre truck will be visiting the region next week to help South Burnett residents in outlying areas access information about government services.
A Brisbane-based company is proposing to mine silica and possibly other minerals on land near Cooyar
Toowoomba Regional Council is seeking public comment to help guide future planning and operations at the region’s cemeteries.