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Animals, Water Top Complaints

Animals, Water Top Complaints

Problems with animals and water supplies still top the list of things people phone the South Burnett Regional Council about

Council To Vote On Murgon Footpaths

Council To Vote On Murgon Footpaths

The South Burnett Regional Council is expected to approve the design that will be used on a $1.24 million upgrade of Murgon’s CBD footpaths at its monthly meeting on Wednesday (April 17)

Unemployment Drops For Third Year

Unemployment Drops For Third Year

Unemployment in the Wide Bay-Burnett region has fallen for the third year in a row, according to the latest Small Area Labour Markets (SALM) data compiled by the Department of Jobs and Small Business

Barbecue To Support ‘Aspies’

Barbecue To Support ‘Aspies’

A barbecue lunch is being held in the Kingaroy Town Hall Forecourt on Wednesday (April 17) to help raise funds for the South Burnett Autism Support Group (SBASG).

Social Media Posts Are ‘On The Record’

Social Media Posts Are ‘On The Record’

A new set of guidelines explaining the “do’s and don’ts” of how Councillors manage their social media accounts has been issued by the State Government.

Mayor Defends $2m Council Upgrade

Mayor Defends $2m Council Upgrade

The $2 million refurbishment of the former Nanango Shire Council chambers is the cheapest option open to the South Burnett Regional Council, Mayor Keith Campbell says.

Work To Start On $2m Equestrian Centre

Work To Start On $2m Equestrian Centre

The first sod was turned on Monday morning for the new $2 million Kilkivan Equestrian Centre.

Anger Erupts Over $2m Project

Anger Erupts Over $2m Project

The unveiling of South Burnett Regional Council’s planned upgrade of the former Nanango Shire Council Chambers building has been greeted with dismay by parts of the local community.

Council Backs Crime-Fighting Plan

Council Backs Crime-Fighting Plan

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell has backed plans by the South Burnett PCYC to trial opening late on Saturday nights in an effort to reduce youth crime in Murgon and Cherbourg.

No Decision Yet On Solar Farm

No Decision Yet On Solar Farm

The future of Terrain Solar’s proposed solar farm on the outskirts of Kingaroy is still undecided.

New Look For Nanango Chambers

New Look For Nanango Chambers

Nanango residents had the opportunity on Wednesday night to see a preview of the $2 million upgrade of the former Shire Chambers building on the corner or Henry and Drayton streets.

Council Unpacks More Tourism

Council Unpacks More Tourism

South Burnett Unpacked 7 was more like South Burnett “soaked” in Blackbutt on Saturday morning but that didn’t stop volunteers from a dozen or so tourist places spruiking their delights.

Tenders Called For Water Mains

Tenders Called For Water Mains

South Burnett Regional Council is calling for tenders to decommission and replace water mains in several parts of Kingaroy.

Council Launches Trail Booklet

Council Launches Trail Booklet

The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail features in a new walking guide launched this week by the Toowoomba Regional Council.

TRC Turns On Pipeline

TRC Turns On Pipeline

Toowoomba Regional Council has started pumping water from Wivenhoe Dam, the first time in eight years that a $187 million water security pipeline has had to be used

State Backs Down On Council Reforms

State Backs Down On Council Reforms

The State Government has backed down on several controversial reforms it planned to introduce ahead of next year’s Council elections in the face of strong protests from Councils across the State.

Extra Funds For Roads

Extra Funds For Roads

The Federal Government has topped up funding for local councils under the Roads to Recovery program.

Six Upgrades Help Tradies

Six Upgrades Help Tradies

Work on six infrastructure upgrades has been providing work for local tradespeople and builders over the past few months, thanks to Federal Government funding.

Information Session About Library Upgrades

Information Session About Library Upgrades

South Burnett Regional Council is inviting residents to attend an information session about upcoming refurbishments to Nanango’s library and administration building.

Bravehearts Founder At Breakfast

Bravehearts Founder At Breakfast

Bravehearts founder Hetty Johnston AM will be the special guest at the next Mayor’s Community Charity Breakfast.

$1000 Bursaries Now Open

$1000 Bursaries Now Open

The National Council of Women of Queensland has announced the details of its annual bursaries which are now open for applications.

$3m Footpath To Link Towns

$3m Footpath To Link Towns

The Federal Government has allocated up to $3m for a footpath between Cherbourg and Murgon

Artists Invited To Meet’n’Greet

Artists Invited To Meet’n’Greet

People interested in the South Burnett’s arts scene have been invited to get together and swap ideas at an informal meet’n’greet to be held in Wondai on Friday night.

SBRC Joins Grants Campaign

SBRC Joins Grants Campaign

The South Burnett Regional Council will join a national campaign to pressure the Federal Government into raising Financial Assistance Grant funding.

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