Council seeks nominations for 2020 Australia Day Awards

Council seeks nominations for 2020 Australia Day Awards

Balonne Shire Council is now calling for nominations for the 2020 Australia Day Awards.
Balonne Shire Council 24 Sep 2019
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Get ready for a morning of fun and learning on 13 October

Get ready for a morning of fun and learning on 13 October

Get ready for a morning packed with entertainment at the Get Ready Balonne Family Fun Day near the boat ramp on The Terrace, St George, on Sunday 13 October from 9am.
Balonne Shire Council 23 Sep 2019
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Councillors head to Bollon for Community Catch-Up Day on 2 October

Councillors head to Bollon for Community Catch-Up Day on 2 October

Bollon residents and community groups are invited to join Councillors and senior Council leaders for an informal catch up on 2 October.
Balonne Shire Council 20 Sep 2019
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2022 Australia Day Nominations OPEN

2022 Australia Day Nominations OPEN

You may not be able to visit this page because of: an out-of-date bookmark/favourite a search engine that has an out-of-date listing for this site a mistyped address you have no access to this page Th…
Barcoo (Shire) 12 Nov 2021
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Budget Review 2021-2022

Details Published: 30 July 2021 To download the 2021-2022 Budget Review click here. 
Barcoo (Shire) 30 Jul 2021
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Bulk Sign Replacement 99D Kennedy Developmental Ro...

Bulk Sign Replacement 99D Kennedy Developmental Road (Winton - Boulia) CH224 - 355.23km Queensland Government Issued by : Subscribe to ......
Boulia Shire Council 27 Jan 2022
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Boulia Industrial Subdivision - Installation of Wa...

Boulia Industrial Subdivision - Installation of Water, Sewer and Power Queensland Government Issued by : Subscribe to view Subscribe to ......
Boulia Shire Council 27 Jan 2022
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Widespread rainfall forecasted for north and centr...

Widespread rainfall forecasted for north and centr...

Widespread thunderstorms across the state have filled rain gauges and broken year long droughts for some graziers in parts of north and central west Queensland early this week.The Bureau of Meteorolog…
Boulia Shire Council 27 Jan 2022
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Shared Journey - Art Exhibition

Shared Journey - Art Exhibition

Friday, July 1, 2022, 10am – 4pm Shared Journey is an exhibition of art works by mother and daughter artists Carmen Beezley-Drake and Joanne Kerr. The paintings exhibited explore Aus…
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Shared Journey - Art Exhibition

Shared Journey - Art Exhibition

Saturday, July 2, 2022, 10am – 4pm Shared Journey is an exhibition of art works by mother and daughter artists Carmen Beezley-Drake and Joanne Kerr. The paintings exhibited explore A…
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Shared Journey - Art Exhibition

Shared Journey - Art Exhibition

Sunday, July 3, 2022, 10am – 4pm Shared Journey is an exhibition of art works by mother and daughter artists Carmen Beezley-Drake and Joanne Kerr. The paintings exhibited explore Aus…
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TBSC/19/012 – Ayr Showgrounds – Electrical Upgrade – Stage 2

TBSC/19/012 – Ayr Showgrounds – Electrical Upgrade – Stage 2

TBSC/19/012 – Ayr Showgrounds – Electrical Upgrade – Stage 2 Posted on 21st Sep 2019Tenders are invited for a TBSC/19/012 – Ayr Showgrounds – Electrical Upgrade – Stage 2.Specification documents are …
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Job Vacancy 19/48 – Leading Hand – Form Setter/Concreter – Works

Job Vacancy 19/48 – Leading Hand – Form Setter/Concreter – Works

Job Vacancy 19/48 – Leading Hand – Form Setter/Concreter – Works Posted on 19th Sep 2019Burdekin Shire Council is currently seeking applications for a Leading Hand – Form Setter / Concreter to assist…
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Burdekin Library closed 21 September

Burdekin Library closed 21 September

Burdekin Library closed 21 September Posted on 9th Sep 2019The Burdekin Library at 108 Graham Street, Ayr will be closed Saturday 21 September to allow for the final work on the library’s new air-con…
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Applications open for arts funding

Applications open for arts funding

COVID-19 UpdateUnder Queensland Government regulations, visitors must wear a mask at all Council indoor venues such as libraries and Customer Service Centres.
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Conversations help shape Council Climate Strategy

Conversations about climate change heated up in Cairns this week as more than 150 people joined a series of forums hosted by Council as part of the development of the Cairns Climate Change Strategy 20…
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Scooter to be given Keys to the City

Scooter to be given Keys to the City

Scooter to be given Keys to the City MEDIA RELEASE Published: 17 September 2021. (Note: information was correct at date of publication but may have since been changed or superseded.) Cairns dual Pa…
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August 13, 2019 - Tropical Art Deco Weekend a roaring success

August 13, 2019 - Tropical Art Deco Weekend a roaring success

It was a weekend of jazz, sequins, spats, diva dogs, vintage clothes and great fun when the Tropical Art Deco Weekend took centre stage in Innisfail.
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August 8, 2019 - W4Q boost for Innisfail Boat Harbour

August 8, 2019 - W4Q boost for Innisfail Boat Harbour

Innisfail Boat Harbour is getting a new lease of life with rehabilitation of the mooring piles and walkways and fittings.
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August 6, 2019 - Free workshops for Cassowary Coast businesses

August 6, 2019 - Free workshops for Cassowary Coast businesses

Tropical Coast Tourism is hosting free ‘Gearing your Business’ workshops for Cassowary Coast business owners and operators across the region next week to help them make the most of local events and pr…
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CH Housing Company to wind up operations

The Central Highlands (Qld) Housing Company Limited will wind up operations voluntarily following a resolution at today’s general council meeting.
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Beetle bonanza in the Central Highlands

Beetle bonanza in the Central Highlands

It might not be Paul, George, Ringo or John, but local farmers were thrilled to find another type of beetle … Continue reading Beetle bonanza in the Central Highlands.
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Public notice: Road closure – Harris and Borilla streets roundabout

Public notice: Road closure – Harris and Borilla streets roundabout

The roundabout at the intersection of Harris and Borilla streets will be temporarily closed from 6.00 am to 6.00 pm … Continue reading Public notice: Road closure – Harris and Borilla stre…
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Charters Towers Region: Rate rise needed to meet increase in inflation and service standards

Charters Towers Region: Rate rise needed to meet increase in inflation and service standards

Council has released its 2022-23 Budget which takes into account the substantial increase in operational costs due to soaring inflation and the increase in State Government Levies for firefighting.
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Sustainable future for Charters Towers Region

Sustainable future for Charters Towers Region

Charters Towers Regional Council adopted the 2022-23 Budget today, 29 June, which has been themed ‘Sustainable Future.’
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Pet owners urged to update their details

Pet owners urged to update their details

The Region’s dog owners are being urged to ensure their details are correct and up to date.
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IN FULL BLOOM When was the last time you checked out the magic and beauty of Cooktown’s own Botanic Gardens? When this happens, it's usually because the owner only shared it with a small group of p…
Cook Shire Council 19 Oct 2021
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HAPPY INTERNATIONAL DOGGO DAY They make you laugh. They keep you company. They're always glad to se…

HAPPY INTERNATIONAL DOGGO DAY They make you laugh. They keep you company. They're always glad to see you when you get home, and they clean up all the scraps you drop on the floor. What do you love …
Cook Shire Council 26 Aug 2021
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Rubbish Collections of Christmas

Rubbish Collections of Christmas

Rubbish Collection Days over the Christmas Break Collection Days over the Christmas new Year holiday period will be Tuesday 21 Dec Thursday 23 Dec Wednesday 29 Dec Thursday 30 Dec Tuesday 4 Jan We…
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Doomadgee Youth Hub

Doomadgee Youth Hub

There is Lots happening at the “Doomadgee Youth Hub” for ages 15 to 25 Computers Internet Playstations with Lots of games Pool Tables Table tennis Darts Basket Ball Hoops Movies and lots more MONDAY N…
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Level 3 Water Restrictions turned on in Douglas Shire

Level 3 Water Restrictions turned on in Douglas Shire

COUNCIL has placed a temporary ban on sprinklers and irrigation systems in the Douglas Shire as tinder dry conditions force level three water restrictions for the second year in a row.
Douglas Shire Council 21 Nov 2019
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Register your interest for a job at Kubirri Aged Care Centre Mossman

Register your interest for a job at Kubirri Aged Care Centre Mossman

EMPLOYMENT opportunities become available as construction at the Salvation Army’s new Kubirri Aged Care Centre in Mossman is given a practical completion date of July, 2020.
Douglas Shire Council 21 Nov 2019
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Back on Track Roadshow in town to support small business

Back on Track Roadshow in town to support small business

Queensland Government’s Back on Track roadshow is coming to the Douglas Shire to support all small businesses to adapt and grow following the devastating floods earlier this year.
Douglas Shire Council 20 Nov 2019
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Etheridge Agricultural Forum 2022

Register now to attend the Etheridge Ag Forum 2022...
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COVID Ready Kit

COVID-19 is now widespread through metropolitan, regional and remote Queensland...
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Australia Day Awards

Nominate someone great for a 2022 Australia Day Award...
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ECONOMIC RELIEF PACKAGES

ECONOMIC RELIEF PACKAGES

Please find attached the link to the Qld Gov’t website regarding the available economic relief packages to support Queenslanders for distribution through your networks.
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COVIDSafe App

COVIDSafe App

The Australian Government has launched a voluntary coronavirus contact tracing app, COVIDSafe.
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Postponed Council Meeting

Postponed Council Meeting

DUE TO UNFORSEEN CIRCUMSTANCES COUNCIL MEETING SCHEDULED FOR  TUESDAY 17TH OF MARCH AT 9:00AM HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO A DATE YET TO BE ADVISED
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Ecofest continues to grow spreading strong environmental messages

Ecofest continues to grow spreading strong environmental messages

Gladstone Regional Council would like to acknowledge the Byellee, Gooreng Gooreng, Gurang and Taribelang Bunda people who are the traditional custodians of this land.
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Gladstone Region community activities heat up during Winter months

Gladstone Region community activities heat up during Winter months

Gladstone Regional Council would like to acknowledge the Byellee, Gooreng Gooreng, Gurang and Taribelang Bunda people who are the traditional custodians of this land.
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Workman's Beach areas to temporarily close for annual maintenance

Workman's Beach areas to temporarily close for annual maintenance

Gladstone Regional Council would like to acknowledge the Byellee, Gooreng Gooreng, Gurang and Taribelang Bunda people who are the traditional custodians of this land.
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City assets and venues affected by power outage. Update current as of 4.30pm Tuesday 25 May 2021:

City assets and venues affected by power outage. Update current as of 4.30pm Tuesday 25 May 2021:

• Power at Pimpama Sewage Treatment Plant has been restored, with main power expected to be restored to Coombabah Sewage Treatment Plant shortly.• Power restored at Molendinar, Helensvale and Stapylto…
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City assets and venues affected by power outage. Update current as of 4.30pm Tuesday 25 May 2021:

04 May 2022 Social Muscle Club 04 May 2022 Equal parts performance, party, and game.
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City assets and venues affected by power outage. Information current as of 3.45pm Tuesday 25 May 202…

City assets and venues affected by power outage. Information current as of 3.45pm Tuesday 25 May 202…

• The power outage has affected a number of sewerage pump stations at Coombabah Sewage Treatment Plant and Pimpama Sewage Treatment Plant.
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Media Responses (30 August - 02 September 2021)

Media Responses (30 August - 02 September 2021)

Media Responses (30 August - 02 September 2021) CONTENT: Development, Council Investigations, Rates Raise on Service Stations Gympie Times: 30 August – Development QUESTION: Since the start of the 20…
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Media Responses (23 August - 27 August 2021)

Media Responses (23 August - 27 August 2021)

Media Responses (23 August - 27 August 2021) CONTENT: Water issues at Rainbow Beach, Jensens Family Memorial Seat, Gympie Regional Council Tourism, Illegal Dumping Gympie Times: 24 August – Water Issu…
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Your vision, our journey, council’s plan: iFuture

Your vision, our journey, council’s plan: iFuture 18 September 2020 The new Ipswich City Council has launched one of the most important projects it will deliver in this term, creating a vision for the…
Ipswich City Council 19 Sep 2020
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Three new interesting exhibitions will open at the Ipswich Art Gallery

Three new interesting exhibitions will open at the Ipswich Art Gallery 18 September 2020 Pine Mountain artist Kylie Stevens not only creates innovative artworks, she creates her own art materials too.…
Ipswich City Council 19 Sep 2020
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Ipswich to host statewide softball tournament

Ipswich to host statewide softball tournament 15 September 2020 Hundreds of Queensland softball players, supporters and officials will be heading to Ipswich this month for the 2020 Softball Queensland…
Ipswich City Council 15 Sep 2020
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Temporary closure of Sunshine Park, Moranbah

Temporary closure of Sunshine Park, Moranbah

Temporary closure of Sunshine Park, Moranbah Isaac Regional Council advises Moranbah residents that Sunshine Park will be closed for electrical works from 7am on: Isaac Regional Council advises Moran…
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$40.1M capital works budget amid growing supply pressures

$40.1M capital works budget amid growing supply pressures

Isaac Regional Council’s $40.1 million capital works budget will focus on replacing, upgrading and maintaining core infrastructure.
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Council adopts frugal budget as cost of living rises

Council adopts frugal budget as cost of living rises

Council adopts frugal budget as cost of living rises Isaac Regional Council’s 2022-23 Budget is set to deliver future focused projects and essential services while managing the effects of a changing w…
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Draft Bushfire Management Plan 2020 – 2022 delivered ahead of upcoming community consultation

Draft Bushfire Management Plan 2020 – 2022 delivered ahead of upcoming community consultation

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Livingstone Shire Council offers unwavering support for Reef Guardian program

Livingstone Shire Council offers unwavering support for Reef Guardian program

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Livingstone 2020-21 – Responsible budget focussed on reducing debt and improving community services

Livingstone 2020-21 – Responsible budget focussed on reducing debt and improving community services

The primary focus of Council’s 2020-21 budget is on consolidation and responsible long-term financial sustainability, while striving to provide the best possible levels of service delivery for the com…
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Chillagoe Water Restrictions Lifted

Mareeba Shire Council has lifted Level 3 Water Restrictions in Chillagoe for the first time...
Mareeba Shire Council 30 Jun 2022
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Councillor Community Forums

Councillor Community Forums

All residents are invited to the upcoming Councillor Community Forums to be held throughout the...
Mareeba Shire Council 28 Jun 2022
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Civil Designer

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Mareeba Shire Council 28 Jun 2022
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Privacy Awareness Week 2022: Privacy the Foundation of Trust

Privacy Awareness Week 2022: Privacy the Foundation of Trust

Privacy Awareness Week 2022: Privacy the Foundation of Trust Published 02 May 2022 Moreton Bay Regional Council is supporting Privacy Awareness Week (PAW) which runs from 2 to 8 May 2022.
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Reimagining Moreton Bay

Reimagining Moreton Bay

This is our chance to reimagine Moreton Bay into a new kind of city, making the most of our bustling urban areas, natural spaces and amazing spaces while planning for the future we want, as we are one…
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Local government by-election result

Local government by-election result

Notice of by-election results announcing Moreton Bay Regional Council's new Division 7 Councillor Yvonne Barlow.
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Community Meetings to review 2022/23 Budget Waste Management Utility Charges

Community Meetings to review 2022/23 Budget Waste Management Utility Charges

Following recent significant rainfall within the Shire, Council is encouraging all residents to make their home and surrounds a mosquito free zone by undertaking some simple and practical actions ...
Quilpie Shire Council 27 May 2022
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Kyabra Road Update

Kyabra Road Update

If you have COVID symptoms or are a close contact, be sure to get tested, and isolate if positive.
Quilpie Shire Council 23 May 2022
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Wild Dog Baiting Program

Wild Dog Baiting Program

If you have COVID symptoms or are a close contact, be sure to get tested, and isolate if positive.
Quilpie Shire Council 18 May 2022
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Redland City Council Media Statement – Council vehicle

Redland City Council Media Statement – Council vehicle

Redland City Council CEO Andrew Chesterman said: The vehicle involved in the accident at the intersection of Queen and Wellington Streets, Cleveland last Thursday evening is owned by Redland City Coun…
Redland City Council 28 Jun 2022
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Redland City Council Media Statement – Mayor Incident

Redland City Council Media Statement – Mayor Incident

Redland City Council CEO Andrew Chesterman said: This is an upsetting time for many in the Redlands Coast community, including dedicated Redland City Council employees who work every day to make our c…
Redland City Council 27 Jun 2022
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Islands receive infrastructure boost with $20m budget investment

Islands receive infrastructure boost with $20m budget investment

Redlands Coast islands will benefit from a $20 million investment which includes major transport and tourism infrastructure as part of the 2022-23 Redland City Council budget.
Redland City Council 23 Jun 2022
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Have your say on Greenmount Waste Management Facility upgrade design

Have your say on Greenmount Waste Management Facility upgrade design

Details Last Updated: Wednesday, 29 June 2022 11:36 Published: Wednesday, 29 June 2022 11:16 Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) is encouraging residents to offer their views on the concept design of an …
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Toowoomba firm awarded tender to upgrade Rockville Park clubhouse

Toowoomba firm awarded tender to upgrade Rockville Park clubhouse

Details Last Updated: Monday, 27 June 2022 12:27 Published: Monday, 27 June 2022 12:23 Toowoomba firm Bryant Building Contractors Pty Ltd has been awarded the tender to upgrade the Rockville Park club…
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Mayoral Prayer Breakfast proceeds aid Winter Shelter Toowoomba

Mayoral Prayer Breakfast proceeds aid Winter Shelter Toowoomba

Charity collective Winter Shelter Toowoomba last night (June 23) received a welcome funding boost from the proceeds of this year’s Mayoral Prayer Breakfast that was held at Rumours in May.
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Christmas Together

Christmas Together

Council is encouraging the community to Celebrate Christmas Together in 2018.  We are spreading Christmas cheer with a range of FREE events and promot...
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Townsville’s recycled water re-use scheme has begun

Townsville’s recycled water re-use scheme has begun

Early works on Townsville’s recycled water re-use scheme has begun.The recycled water re-use scheme is a key plank in Council’s 3-point water security solution.The scheme will allow Council to use wat…
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Have your say on Central Park

Have your say on Central Park

Central Park will be an activated community place that is both a destination and link between the new Stadium Precinct and the city.
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Council budget drives economic certainty and long-term security

Western Downs Regional Council is driving economic certainty and long-term security as it hands down its 2022-23 Council Budget with...
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Youth invited to ‘Create Your Headspace!’ with new street art initiative

Youth invited to ‘Create Your Headspace!’ with new street art initiative

22 June 2022 The region’s young creatives will soon have the chance to unleash their artistic flair and compete to...
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Drive-in movies back on the big screen

Drive-in movies back on the big screen

Now in its third year, Council’s series of free outdoor movie nights are returning to Dalby, Chinchilla, Miles and Tara, with star-studded musical comedy Sing 2 promising family-friendly fun.
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Temporary Watering Ban - Airlie Beach, Cannonvale and Jubilee Pocket

Temporary Watering Ban - Airlie Beach, Cannonvale and Jubilee Pocket

Due to a system outage at our Main Water Treatment Plant (to install a new Ergon transformer for the upgrades at the site); and the prolonged hot weather, Council is requesting all residents to urgent…
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Direct flights Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne take off

Direct flights Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne take off

Welcome to the Whitsundays - Heart of the Great Barrier Reef will be the messaging when Whitsunday Coast Airport (WCA) becomes travel central from December 1 with direct flights to Brisbane, Sydney an…
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Australian Food Safety Week - 14 to 21 November

Australian Food Safety Week - 14 to 21 November

As part of Australian Food Safety Week, Whitsunday Regional Council is urging local consumers to take food poisoning seriously.Director of Community Services, Julie Wright, said this year for Australi…
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YASC Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy (Draft)

YASC Coastal Hazard Adaptation Strategy (Draft)

Yarrabah Aboriginal Shire Council 56 Sawmill Rd, Yarrabah QLD 4871 Phone: (07) 4056 9120  ·  Monday – Friday, 7:30am – 5:30pm
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YASC Draft 5 Year Corporate Plan for Community Consultation

YASC Draft 5 Year Corporate Plan for Community Consultation

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION Pursuant to Local Government Act 2009 S104 Financial Management Systems (i) and the Local Government Regulations 2012 S165; S166, Yarrabah Aboriginal Shire Council encourages co…
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YASC 5 Year Corporate Plan for Community Consultation (Draft)

YASC 5 Year Corporate Plan for Community Consultation (Draft)

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION Pursuant to Local Government Act 2009 S104 Financial Management Systems (i) and the Local Government Regulations 2012 S165; S166, Yarrabah Aboriginal Shire Council encourages co…
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