South Burnett Regional Council, in conjunction with Biosecurity Queensland, is conducting another round of wild dog baiting in the region.
The Australian Local Government Association has welcomed the passing of legislation in the Senate to extend Roads to Recovery funding to 2019, but has called for the program be made permanent to avoid a repeat of this year’s political impasse in the Senate.
The South Burnett Regional Council will present two motions to the Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ) Annual Conference in October this year calling for improvements to the current complaints process against councillors.
Damage caused to the spillway at Gordonbrook Dam during the 2013 floods will cost $4.5 million to repair – but South Burnett ratepayers only have to pick up $80,000 of the massive bill.
Toowoomba Regional Council is seeking nominations for its 2015 Australia Day awards.
South Burnett Regional Council has advised that roadworks on Kumbia-Brooklands Road – between Parker Road and Ellesmere Road – will begin on Monday (August 25).
Former Kingaroy Shire mayor – and now Deputy PM – Warren Truss has been honoured by having the council meeting chamber in Kingaroy named after him.
A fatal road crash in South Australia will cause disruptions to garbage removal services in Goomeri, Kilkivan and other parts of the Gympie Regional Council area over the next few days.
The South Burnett Regional Council will receive nearly $160,000 in State Government funding over the next three years to support library services in the region.
The inaugural South Burnett Business Excellence Awards have had the deadline for entries extended two weeks to encourage more of the region’s businesses to enter.
South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann has welcomed today’s announcement of Federal Assistance Grants to local councils.
A report that Somerset Regional Council fear they’ll face a six-figure annual maintenance bill for their Shire’s rail trail has surprised South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann.
The latest recipients of the South Burnett Mayor’s Community Benefit Fund were presented with their cheques at a fundraising breakfast in Kingaroy this morning.
The South Burnett has once again put on an impressive display at the 2014 Royal Queensland Show.
Delays in correspondence from Council have angered owners of houses on the failed Memerambi estate
Part of the South Burnett Regional Council’s Nanango’s streetscaping project will be going back to the drawing board.
Successful applicants for Round 2 of the Mayor’s Community Benefit Fund – and the $15,000 annual grant beneficiary – will be presented with cheques at the next South Burnett Mayor’s Community Charity Breakfast.
Councillors serving with the South Burnett, Toowoomba and Gympie councils received a 4.5 per cent pay rise on July 1 – the amount fixed by the independent Local Government Remuneration and Discipline Tribunal back in December.
Gympie Mayor Ron Dyne has confirmed he has been diagnosed with cancer.
The South Burnett Regional Council has advised that a 10 tonne load limit has been placed on the Hansens Gully Bridge on Mondure Road.