Plans for an upgraded waste management facility at Yarraman have moved to the next stage following lodgement of the Development Application for the facility.
Motorists should keep an eye out this weekend for a group of cycling tourists who’ll be exploring Cooyar and Upper Yarraman
Yarraman residents have been invited to provide feedback about their local library.
Toowoomba Regional Council is giving residents and visitors the opportunity to win a share of $500 in prizes by entering the “Love Your Local Landscapes” photography competition.
Toowoomba Regional Council is urging Yarraman residents to have a say about a concept design for an upgraded waste management facility for the town.
Tertiary students in Yarraman and Cooyar will again miss out on the opportunity of applying for a $5000 Council scholarship, thanks to guidelines that stipulate they must have graduated from a high school within the boundaries of the Toowoomba Regional Council area.
Toowoomba Regional Council’s libraries will move to the next stage of their re-opening from Monday (November 16).
Small and medium business owners and managers in Yarraman and Cooyar have been invited to take advantage of subsidised training courses starting in December designed to improve business skills and digital marketing expertise.
Most of this year’s annual Colours Of Yarraman festival was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic … but not all of it.
Yarraman and Cooyar residents will have a last chance this week to have their say about Toowoomba Regional Council’s 2021 Waste Management Strategy.
Toowoomba Regional Council is keen to hear from volunteers willing to have a go at planning Australia Day celebrations in their town.
Five local community groups will be sharing nearly $100,000 from Round 105 of the State Government’s Gambling Community Benefit Fund.
After sharing digs with the local ambos for the past 27 years, Yarraman firefighters finally have their own base, right in the heart of town.
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services have imposed a local fire ban for residents in the Toowoomba Regional Council area – which includes Yarraman and Cooyar.
First year uni students from Yarraman and Cooyar will be eligible to apply for a new scholarship next year at the University of Southern Queensland.
Two Yarraman community groups will receive funding from Toowoomba Regional Council in the latest round of council’s Community Grants Program.
Organisers of the Colours of Yarraman Festival, due to be held October 5-14, are working on fine-tuning this year’s event due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Uncertainty about the future direction of Yarraman’s waste transfer site has been cleared up.
Yarraman and Cooyar residents with a passion for working with young people have been invited to nominate for positions on Toowoomba Council’s Regional Youth Advisory Committee (RYAC).
TRC says Yarraman’s community infrastructure will receive more than $835,000 in upgrades this year