Toowoomba Regional Council is seeking public comment to help guide future planning and operations at the region’s cemeteries.
Young people in Yarraman and Cooyar interested in seeking a position on Toowoomba Regional Council’s Youth Leaders’ program have until Wednesday (October 28) to lodge nominations.
The annual Cooyar Trail Bike Ride – the major fundraiser for the Cooyar State School P&C – attracted a good crowd of competitors at the weekend, but unfortunately two riders also suffered serious injuries.
The Cooyar Campdraft – part of the South Burnett & Cherbourg On Show long weekend – drew so many nominations that this year’s two-day event had to be extended an extra half day to fit everyone in.
Large numbers of entries are expected for this weekend’s Cooyar Campdraft, which will be held at Cooyar’s campdrafting grounds just west of the town on Saturday and Sunday, October 3-4.
Nanango Police are currently investigating two break-and-enters which occurred on Sunday night.
Community groups from Goomeri to Goombungee received more than $34,000 in grants and sponsorship from the Bendigo Bank on Wednesday night to fund local community projects.
Yarraman and Cooyar residents have until Friday (April 10) to lodge online comments or information to be considered as part of Toowoomba Regional Council’s flood resilience project.
More than 200 nominations have been received for the Cooyar Endurance Ride which will get underway from the Cooyar Showgrounds on Saturday afternoon.
Toowoomba Regional Council has released the results of flood studies for Cooyar and Yarraman
Loretta Tonscheck was crowned the 2015 Miss Cooyar Showgirl at the annual Cooyar Show Ball held at the Memorial Hall on Saturday night.
The round of local agricultural shows for 2015 kicks off on February 21 with the 66th annual Cooyar Show.
The Palms, a tiny national park about 8km east of Cooyar that’s small in size but big in nature, now has new signs to help visitors learn about its history.
Motorists travelling between Cooyar and Crows Nest will have a slightly more pleasant drive now
Yarraman and Cooyar residents and businesspeople tired of unsightly illegal graffiti can apply to Toowoomba Regional Council for a free kit to clean premises.
Four Cooyar friends will be making their debut into the art world this evening when their premiere exhibition, “Four Friends”, officially opens at the Rosalie Gallery in Goombungee.
Yarraman and Cooyar residents have just four more days to register their support and ideas for new entrance signage being commissioned by Toowoomba Regional Council.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has stressed no decision has been made yet by the State Government to build any or all of the proposed dams announced yesterday by Premier Campbell Newman.
Cooyar and Yarraman are to get new entry signs as part of a re-branding of the Toowoomba Regional Council area.
Motor sports in the South Burnett have been keeping the RACQ CareFlight chopper crews busy this weekend.