It’s no secret that South Burnett Regional Council CEO Mark Pitt loves his Holden ute … but enough to sleep in it?
Runway lighting at Wondai Aerodrome will be upgraded as part of the South Burnett Regional Council’s Works For Queensland COVID round funding.
South Burnett Regional Council has put a call out for volunteers to help at the region’s Visitor Information Centres.
Goomeri and Kilkivan could prove to be the big winners from the State Government’s latest Works For Queensland council grants round.
Dog owners in the Western Downs Regional Council area will be receiving a bonus thanks to COVID-19.
A proposal to construct a water recycling plant at Swickers’ pig abattoir in Kingaroy is the key new item on a proposed shortlist of possible future South Burnett water projects.
The Link trail that connects Yarraman to Kingaroy via Nanango is barely a year old, but it is now about 60 per cent bigger.
A barbecue hosted by the Mondure Rural Fire Brigade on Friday night provided an opportunity for community members to air issues of concern with the South Burnett Regional Council.
Organisers are stunned with the response to a petition to convert Murgon’s doomed Target Country store into a small format Kmart.
A free 48-hour caravan and RV parking area in Proston which opened a little more than three years ago is starting to pay steady dividends for the town.
The COVID-19 checkpoint on Cherbourg Road will be gone from midday on Friday, restoring full access to the community.
Former Nanango Shire chief executive officer Shane Gray has been appointed the new CEO of Gympie Regional Council.
The South Burnett Regional Council has voted to take an axe to proposed new expense allowances, reducing them to their lowest level since 2012.
Applications for Toowoomba Regional Council’s next round of community grants opened on Wednesday.
A special meeting to reconsider Councillor expense allowances will be held at the South Burnett Regional Council’s chambers on Wednesday morning (July 1).
Toowoomba Regional Council is seeking nominations from community members who are interested in serving on Council’s Biosecurity Advisory Committee.
A Council decision to raise standpipe water prices from $4.10 to $10 per kilolitre will be reconsidered, South Burnett Mayor Brett Otto promised on Monday.
Cherbourg Council CEO Chatur Zala is looking for a special person to fill an important vacancy … and he really would like that special person to be already living in the South Burnett.
Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council has handed down its 2020-21 Budget – a $19.92 million package which includes five new houses for the community.
A public meeting will be held in Kingaroy next month to discuss the options put forward as part of a $2 million study into the Burnett region’s future water needs.