South Burnett ‘Leans Forward’

South Burnett ‘Leans Forward’

The South Burnett Local Disaster Management Group moved to “Lean Forward” status on Thursday in response to the confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the region.

Private Hospital Plans Unveiled

Private Hospital Plans Unveiled

Years of blood, sweat and tears to keep a private hospital open in Kingaroy are about to pay off … South Bank Medical Group is exploring an exciting redevelopment of the site.

Cherbourg ‘Leans Forward’

Cherbourg ‘Leans Forward’

Cherbourg Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) met on Tuesday in response to the growing number of COVID cases now occurring in Queensland and have now moved to a “Lean Forward” position.

Water Restrictions Ease

Water Restrictions Ease

Yarraman residents have received an early Christmas present from Toowoomba Regional Council with an easing of water restrictions.

Car Park Gets Go-Ahead

Car Park Gets Go-Ahead

SBRC will spend $750,000 next year to build the first stage of a new CBD car park in George Street, Kingaroy.

Watch Out For Weeds

Watch Out For Weeds

Landholders are being urged by Toowoomba Regional Council to remain vigilant for outbreaks of invasive weeds following recent widespread rain.

Mayor Slams COVID ‘Misinformation’

Mayor Slams COVID ‘Misinformation’

South Burnett Mayor Brett Otto has criticised people spreading misinformation about Council’s role in the COVID-19 public health directions which come into force on Friday.

Council Gifts Land For Housing

Council Gifts Land For Housing

South Burnett Regional Council will donate four Kingaroy building blocks to Regional Housing Limited to help build more social housing in the region.

Businesses Share Santa’s Magic

Businesses Share Santa’s Magic

The winners of the inaugural “Santa’s Workshop” – aimed at enticing businesses to fill their windows with Christmas magic – were announced by South Burnett Regional Council CEO Mark Pitt on Wednesday.

Council Angered By Grants Cut

Council Angered By Grants Cut

Local Government Minister Steven Miles should “get off his backside” and fix a funding cut which could force the South Burnett Regional Council to lift rates by 5 per cent next year.