Toowoomba residents Kan-go on new bus service

Toowoomba residents Kan-go on new bus service

Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) chair of the Regional Active and Public Transport Advisory Committee (RAPTAC) Cr Melissa Taylor said the new buses would replace the older style buses which were being used on the Kan-go On Demand service in the Rangeville area. “As a Committee, we feel the Kan-go provides a unique and invaluable public transport service to the Region.” The Kan-go provides an on demand service which allows residents in a specified area in Rangeville to pre-book a ride from their home into the city. Customers are required to book one hour prior to the scheduled departure time of the service in order to be picked up from at or near their residence in the roam zone.
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Road Report Quilpie Shire 1 October 2021

For more information please click here: 21.10.1 Road report AM update 2.
Quilpie Shire Council 30 Sep 2021
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Mareeba Shire Swimming Pools – Public Holiday Hours

Mareeba Shire Council advises residents of Swimming Pool operating hours for the Queen’s Birthday Public...
Mareeba Shire Council 30 Sep 2021
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ENERGISE YOUR CAREER WITH AN ISAAC REGIONAL COUNCIL APPRENTICESHIP OR TRAINEESHIP!

We are now inviting applications for our 2022 Apprentice and Trainee Program and we want you!
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Wellness expo returns to the Central Highlands

Encouraging the community to shine a light on wellness as part of Queensland Mental Health Week, the Central Highlands annual … Continue reading Wellness expo returns to the Central Highlands.
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15 things to do on Redlands Coast this Queen’s Birthday long weekend

Looking for something different to do with family and friends on the Queen’s Birthday long weekend?
Redland City Council 30 Sep 2021
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Full month of events to celebrate Redlands Coast seniors

Redlands Coast will celebrate its seniors for the entire month of October with a citywide series of community events and activities.
Redland City Council 30 Sep 2021
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Vandalism on the rise in Central Highlands

Central Highlands Regional Council is disappointed to report a rise in senseless vandalism to council facilities racking up unnecessary expenditure … Continue reading Vandalism on the rise in Ce…
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