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Budget Plans For Sustainability

Budget Plans For Sustainability

Cherbourg’s 2021-22 Budget will continue the Council’s long-term focus on building major infrastructure and acquiring plant and equipment for the community.

Bicycles Find New Homes

Bicycles Find New Homes

It’s taken almost three years but five community groups have finally been presented with pushbikes being held by the South Burnett Regional Council.

Toowoomba Rates Rise 2.5pc

Toowoomba Rates Rise 2.5pc

Ratepayers in Yarraman and Cooyar will face a general rate increase of 2.5 per cent this year – the same as last year – after Toowoomba Regional Council handed down its 2021-22 Budget on Wednesday.

New Servo Planned For Wondai

New Servo Planned For Wondai

Wondai will get a new service station after the South Burnett Regional Council gave its support to the project at a committee meeting on Wednesday.

Council Plans ‘Paperless’ Future

Council Plans ‘Paperless’ Future

Most ratepayers could get their rates notices and other Council correspondence by email in the next few years as the South Burnett Regional Council pursues the ideal of becoming “paperless”.

Info Session To Discuss Bats

Info Session To Discuss Bats

A community information session will be held in Blackbutt on June 17 to discuss residents’ concerns about flying foxes roosting near town.

GRC Opens Up Finance Data

GRC Opens Up Finance Data

Gympie Regional Council has launched an online “transparency hub” to allow residents access to Council’s financial details.

Council Plan To Fence Oval

Council Plan To Fence Oval

South Burnett Regional Council has organised an information session to be held on June 12 about a proposed fence at the River Road Oval in Kingaroy.

Spillway To Cost $11.8m

Spillway To Cost $11.8m

Murgon will live with its ageing wastewater treatment plant for another decade so the SBRC can borrow $11.8 million to help prevent a 1-in-10,000 year event.

TRC Seeks Feedback On Dogs

TRC Seeks Feedback On Dogs

Toowoomba Regional Council is inviting residents to have their say about the region’s canines – and how they spend time in public places.

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