Mt Perry main street works wraps up

Following North Burnett Regional Council’s Mt Perry footpath upgrade works to improve accessibility and safety to pedestrians, funded through the Queensland Government’s 2016-17 Works for Queensland, Council is now progressing additional works at the site. Additional...

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Interruption to water supply – Gayndah – 24-01-18

Fielding, Warton, South and Gordon Streets,  Gayndah Wednesday, 24 January 2018   Council advises that the water supply to premises connected to the Gayndah Reticulated Water Supply in Fielding, Warton, South and Gordon Streets, Gayndah will be interrupted on...

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Fuel now available at aviation fuel facility in Gayndah

North Burnett residents and visitors to the region are advised that the eftpos facilities at the aviation fuel facility located at the Gayndah Aerodrome situated at John Taylors Road, Gayndah have now been reinstated and the fuel facility has now been re-opened to the...

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North Burnett Regional Council

The North Burnett is located in Queensland, approximately four hours drive north of Brisbane and one hour west of Bundaberg. The region encompasses six main townships - Biggenden, Eidsvold, Gayndah, Monto, Mt Perry and Mundubbera which service around twenty-five villages and farming catchments.
North Burnett Regional Council
North Burnett Regional CouncilTuesday, January 23rd, 2018 at 7:00am
Bring your little ones along for Children's Storytime @ your local library commencing 10am today. It's a fun-filled interactive session featuring stories, rhymes and songs to enhance your child’s language development. #NorthBurnettLibraries #NorthBurnettEvents #First5Forever
North Burnett Regional Council
North Burnett Regional CouncilFriday, January 19th, 2018 at 6:50pm
Following Council’s Mt Perry footpath upgrade works to improve accessibility and safety to pedestrians, Council is now progressing additional works at the site. Additional works will comprise of:
-Earthwork preparation to assist telecommunication provider to replace cable / line and new telecommunication pits, along with relocation and installation of Telstra phone box – scheduled for completion on Saturday, 20 January;
-Remaining areas of footpath adjacent to the general store and in front of the footpath / hotel to be installed – week commencing 22 January;
-Installation of Post Box, public seating and bin – week commencing 22 January;
-Residential access to affected areas reinstated – with works to be complete week commencing 22 January;
-Completion of hotel driveway access and installation of stairs, garden beds and handrails prior to 25 January.

It is anticipated that the additional works will be completed prior to the Australia Day weekend, with further minor works such as site clearing to occur soon after. Council appreciates that these works may result in disruption to businesses and residents alike, however, where possible, the disruption will be minimised.

For further information regarding this project please see the 'Latest News' @ the link below... #NBRC #MtPerry
North Burnett Regional Council
North Burnett Regional CouncilFriday, January 19th, 2018 at 5:14pm
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) is reminding people to remain vigilant, as hot and dry conditions increase the threat of bushfires breaking out across parts of the state. Residents need to be mindful of conditions and avoid activity that could start a fire. Queenslanders are urged to stay alert, informed and report any fires immediately to Triple Zero (000).

Landowners in at-risk areas are asked to hold off on burns unless absolutely necessary, but those who need a permit should contact their local fire warden. Residents must obtain a permit if a burn is greater than two metres in any direction. To locate your local fire warden and to keep up-to-date on bushfire preparation, visit www.ruralfire.qld.gov.au

For further information see the QFES link below... #QFES #GetReadyNorthBurnett
North Burnett Regional Council
North Burnett Regional CouncilFriday, January 19th, 2018 at 5:01pm
Queensland Police advises that Monday is only three sleeps away until we start the 2018 school year! This means a milestone for the many Prep students starting and also those commencing Year 7 high school years across the Wide Bay Burnett District. It could also be the start of a new school for some and a return for many others. A magical milestone for us would be if all drivers obeyed the speed limits, especially in our school zone areas. 40 is the key milestone to remember in school zones and some will be all-day zones. Your observation skills will be put to the test, so keep alert to the times and speed zones near you. They do vary across our policing district. To see the QPS article in its entirety see the MyPolice link below... #MyPolice #QPS #BackToSchool
North Burnett Regional Council
North Burnett Regional CouncilFriday, January 19th, 2018 at 4:00pm
North Burnett residents and visitors to the region are advised that the eftpos facilities at the aviation fuel facility located at the Gayndah Aerodrome situated at John Taylors Road, Gayndah have now been reinstated and the fuel facility has now been re-opened to the Public. Council thanks you for your patience whilst the temporary closure was in place. For further information see the latest 'Council News' @ the link below. #Gayndah #NBRC

Eidsvold Swimming Pool – temporary closure – 18-01-18

Thursday, 18 January 2018 Residents are advised that due to unforeseen circumstances the Eidsvold Swimming Pool will be closed on the following dates: Thursday, 18 January 2018 Council apologises for any inconvenience caused. For further information, please contact...

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Interruption to water supply – Gayndah 17-01-18

Meson and Fielding Streets, Gayndah Council advises that the water supply to premises connected to the Gayndah Reticulated Water Supply in Meson and Fielding Streets, Gayndah will be interrupted on Wednesday, 17 January between the hours of 8.00am and 12 noon for...

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North Burnett Regional Council Christmas Trading

Residents are advised of the following holiday period closures: Council Administration Offices, Customer Contact Centres and Libraries (Including QGap and Centrelink services) closed from 3:00pm on Friday, 22 December 2017 and will re-open at 8.30am Tuesday, 2 January...

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Eidsvold Swimming Pool – temporary closure dates

Residents are advised that due to unforeseen circumstances the Eidsvold Swimming Pool will be closed on the following dates: December  Friday 22nd Saturday 23rd Sunday 24th Council apologises for any inconvenience caused. For further information, please contact...

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Friday, January 19th, 2018 at 3:50pm
Following Council’s Mt Perry footpath upgrade works to improve accessibility and safety to pedestrians, Council... https://t.co/ZH78Z8daiX
Friday, January 19th, 2018 at 2:14pm
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) is reminding people to remain vigilant, as hot and dry conditions... https://t.co/9Y5OTcuNii
Friday, January 19th, 2018 at 2:01pm
Queensland Police advises that Monday is only three sleeps away until we start the 2018 school year! This means... https://t.co/htajWZj3DP
Friday, January 19th, 2018 at 1:01pm
North Burnett residents and visitors to the region are advised that the eftpos facilities at the aviation fuel... https://t.co/iNvBZRV479
Friday, January 19th, 2018 at 11:30am
The Rural Minds half-day workshop at Monto on Thursday, 29 March from 5-9pm is a great opportunity to learn about... https://t.co/mNp4pTUzfd
Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 at 4:42am
@MikeCarlton01 Riverina must be swinging voters?Doesn't this stem from the selfishness of society....each division demanding their own wins and voting their rep out if they don't get them. It would take a brave pollie to not give their own seat wins, and instead do what's right for the nation.
Friday, November 24th, 2017 at 7:43pm
On this, the eve of the election, it is fitting I finally had some time to watch my friend @dibrookie TEDx talk.
The political arena currently has a few issues...don't we owe it to our future to try something new? #digitaldemocracy https://t.co/2Oy2CNCwrG
Friday, November 24th, 2017 at 6:44pm
"All three relevant players - politicians, media and the public - are part of the problem, but each is seemingly frozen in its own repetitive cycle, blinded to their own role by the disappointment and contempt they feel for each other." https://t.co/0flHnWBb8k
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