Yarraman residents have received an early Christmas present from Toowoomba Regional Council with an easing of water restrictions.
Yarraman and Cooyar are two of the towns across the region which are being targeted by Toowoomba Regional Council’s INVIGOR8 TR Upskill project.
Construction of the new $5.5 million Yarraman Waste Management Facility is set to begin within weeks.
The Yarraman Progress Association’s annual celebration of Spring, the Colours Of Yarraman, sprang into life on Saturday afternoon in Station Park.
Yarraman residents and businesses have been invited to have their say on how the Toowoomba region plans to grow over the next 30 years to support an extra 55,000 residents and 18,000 new homes.
Not many schoolchildren would sacrifice four precious days of their school holidays to train for a possible future career.
It’s October! Which means it’s time to break out everything pink around the South Burnett!
A new Driver Reviver van is on the way to Yarraman to help save lives.
Organisers of Yarraman’s 2021 Show & Shine breathed a sigh of relief on Saturday afternoon.
Toowoomba contractors Taddio Building Group have been announced as the successful tenderer for the upgrades at Yarraman Pool.
Yarraman Business Group has sought support from Toowoomba Regional Council to promote the idea of an aged care facility being developed in the town.
Toowoomba Regional Council has received a $2 million State Government grant to put towards the upgrade of the Yarraman Waste Management Facility.
South Burnett residents eager to cash in their cans and bottles now have some new pop-up options which might be a bit closer to home.
Applications are now open for Toowoomba Regional Council’s next round of community grants.
Plans for an upgraded waste management facility at Yarraman have moved to the next stage following the approval of the Development Application for the facility.
Yarraman Bowls Club and Endeavour Kingaroy will receive grants from the latest round of the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Program.
Tenders have now been called for the new People With Disability change rooms at Yarraman Memorial Pool.
Yarraman’s Finish Line Festival may become an annual event after its inaugural outing on Saturday drew a bumper roll-up of close to 1000 people.
Toowoomba Regional Council is inviting residents to have their say about the region’s canines – and how they spend time in public places.
Community members living with a disability will soon enjoy better accessibility to Yarraman Memorial Pool with construction of a new changing room scheduled to begin later this year.