Work on a new footpath in Markwell Street, Kingaroy, will begin in mid-January.
Toowoomba Mayor Paul Antonio has welcomed the State Government’s commitment to include the Darling Downs as one of three regional water assessment projects.
Phase 2 of the $2 million Burnett Water Feasibility Study – the “Options Analysis” – has been released, inching forward the eventual construction of the much-discussed Barlil Weir on Barambah Creek.
The residents of Wondai Road at Proston are celebrating after their slice of the South Burnett was selected as this year’s Santa Claus Lane.
South Burnett Regional Council plans to spend an estimated $22,000 to repair the footpath around the Murgon War Memorial.
A long-awaited fuel cell in Durong moved a step closer on Wednesday but the operator is unlikely to be announced until February.
A rural residential estate developer who said their development would generate $50 million worth of business for the local economy has been refused an exemption from paying Operational Works application fees.
The South Burnett Regional Council will seek Federal Government funding to build the Proston-Hivesville Rail Trail and upgrade the Coolabunia Saleyards.
Kumbia’s much-promised street upgrade was the subject of a wide-ranging discussion led by Mayor Brett Otto with local residents last Thursday night in Kumbia.
Toowoomba Regional Council has launched a Youth Grant scheme for the first time as part of its Community Grants program.
Fees for using the South Burnett’s standpipes will remain fixed at the current rate despite a plea by Mayor Brett Otto to his fellow Councillors to show compassion for some of the region’s most disadvantaged residents.
Toowoomba Regional Council has endorsed 13 community members to be part of a new Environment Advisory Committee.
Kingaroy Library has been forced to close after sustaining water damage in the recent heavy rain.
Half a century ago the South Burnett’s councils began accumulating an art collection that is now so big that just a third of it almost completely fills Wondai’s Regional Art Gallery.
South Burnett Regional Council announced on Friday afternoon that the planned turning-of-the-sod ceremony for the Kingaroy Transformation Project won’t be going ahead as planned on Monday.
Construction of Wondai’s recycled water plant is nearing completion with commissioning and testing expected to begin in January.
The South Burnett Regional Council will make changes to its Community Grants program next year, but whether they will be in place by the February grants round is undecided.
A Health Summit which aimed to bring agencies and the people they serve face-to-face to thrash out solutions to entrenched issues has been hosted by Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council.
The South Burnett Regional Council is calling for public feedback on a proposed new Arts, Culture and Heritage Policy.
Poor communications from Council are the single biggest source of complaints amongst residents, Mayor Brett Otto told Wednesday’s SBRC Standing Committee meeting.