The small village of Linville marked two milestones last Saturday … the 110th anniversary of the first train to arrive in town, and the official opening of a new community garden.
This weekend is going to be huge in the little town of Linville with the inaugural Heritage Festival kicking off on Friday night.
Five local community groups will be sharing nearly $100,000 from Round 105 of the State Government’s Gambling Community Benefit Fund.
Waterbombers are expected to be in action again on Monday targeting a bushfire burning in the Linville area.
A serious bushfire burning in the Linville area has been contained
Work has begun on the long-awaited $2 million replacement water treatment plant at Linville.
A $2 million water treatment plant will be built at Linville to secure a long-term water supply for the community, which has been relying on carted water for the past six years.
Police are waiting to speak to the driver of a 4WD involved in a single-vehicle rollover which occurred on a private property near Mount Stanley on Sunday evening.
A $1.3 million bridge which will improve access to the Upper Brisbane Valley will be officially opened at Linville on Wednesday.
A special social bike ride is being organised up and down the D’Aguilar Range to coincide with Blackbutt’s Avocado Festival on September 9.
The tiny community of Linville has raised an amazing $34,000 for LifeFlight at a fundraising night
Bookings for the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Users Association’s planned Yarraman to Linville pushbike run in February have proven so popular the group has organised another coach so more riders can take part.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has labelled as a “kneejerk reaction” a decision by the new State Government to put on hold a proposal to construct a flood mitigation dam in the Linville area
The chances of a dam being built at Linville have increased following a new State Government report