A decision to declare Memerambi Estate a “benefitted area” which was taken at the South Burnett Regional Council’s June 3 meeting provoked heated debate.
The fate of the failed Memerambi Estate should finally be known next week.
The South Burnett Regional Council has begun a five-day public consultation process to gather the community’s ideas about the proposed Kingaroy-Murgon Rail Trail.
The SBRC will hold a series of public consultation meetings next week about the Kingaroy-Murgon Rail Trail.
Memerambi Estate owners have been given a March 31 deadline to agree to a Council plan
A Bundaberg couple were transported to Kingaroy Hospital for treatment after a single vehicle crash on the Bunya Highway on Saturday afternoon.
Memerambi estate lot owners will pay up to $29,807 to have their properties connected to infrastructure
A solution to the Memerambi housing estate problem – the South Burnett’s biggest eyesore – may be close
A second group of Federal Government-funded trainees are at the midway point of their eight-week training at Growing The Burnett’s Red Earth Meadows farm at Memerambi.
People who’d like to learn more about small acreage farming only have until this Friday to act.
Growing The Burnett has put out an urgent call … for would-be small acre farmers and food handlers who are willing to be trained for free.
The South Burnett’s unique social farming enterprise at Memerambi has been the focus of attention this week for a group of visitors from the University of Sydney.
A 58-year-old Memerambi man has died in a two-vehicle traffic crash at Woodford
Growing The Burnett’s Red Earth Meadows farm at Memerambi was in the spotlight this week when officials from the Department of Employment dropped by to see how things are going at the South Burnett’s unique farming venture.
Police are directing traffic on the Bunya Highway near Memerambi this morning because of smoke from a grass fire near Grants Road.
Workmen using cutting equipment are believed to have accidentally sparked a large grass fire at Memerambi this morning which sent clouds of smoke billowing across the Bunya Highway.
The controversial Memerambi housing estate is at a crossroads with the news that developer Summit View Meritor Pty Ltd has been placed in liquidation.
Tourism opportunities in the South Burnett received a major boost on Friday (August 30) in the form of a $550,000 grant from the Federal Government to develop a “rail trail” linking Murgon to Kingaroy.
Senate President John Hogg paid a flying visit to the South Burnett today to congratulate nine graduates from a horticulture training program run by Growing The Burnett Inc (GTB).
The development of a food hub for small acreage and backyard growers is going to take a leap forward with a Working Bee this weekend.