Council News

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North Burnett News 22-02-18

Click here to view the latest North Burnett News as featured on page 4 of the Central and North Burnett Times...

Eidsvold Swimming Pool – temporary closure 23-02-18

Friday, 23 February Residents are advised that due to unforeseen circumstances the Eidsvold Swimming Pool will be closed on Friday, 23 February 2018. Council apologises for any inconvenience caused. For further information, please contact Council’s Technical Services...

Interruption to water supply – Gayndah – 21-02-18

Boyd Street Council advises that the water supply to premises connected to the Gayndah Reticulated Water Supply in Boyd Street, Gayndah will be interrupted on Wednesday, 21 February between the hours of 9.30am and 12.00pm for water mains maintenance works. When...

Interruption to water supply – Gayndah – 20-02-18

Bridge, Carey, Leggett and Adelong Streets, Tony Lutvey Avenue and John Taylors Road Council advises that the water supply to premises connected to the Gayndah Reticulated Water Supply in Bridge, Carey, Leggett and Adelong Streets, Tony Lutvey Avenue and John Taylors...

North Burnett News 08-02-18

Click here to view the latest North Burnett News as featured on page 4 of the Central and North Burnett Times...

Council seeks EOI’s for rabbit control programme

Did you know that rabbits are one of Australia's major agricultural and environmental pests, costing between $600 million and $1 billion annually, eating pasture and crops, competing with native animals, causing soil erosion, and preventing regeneration of native...

Storm debris in the region

Recent storms throughout our region have resulted in an amount of tree debris littering our towns. North Burnett Regional Council Acting Mayor, Cr Faye Whelan, advises that Council crews have been working to clean-up roads and public places. “Residents who have tree...

Unlawful building works

Did you know that most building work requires approval before it is carried out? This is as a result of State Government legislation that ensures all members of the community are treated evenly and fairly. Council has become aware of many instances where building work...

Mt Perry mosquito survey commenced

A mosquito survey has commenced in Mt Perry to assist with identifying species in the area. Environmental Health Officers will be conducting the survey in conjunction with the Wide Bay Public Health Unit over the next three months, searching for a specific mosquito,...

Evidence of residency required at North Burnett landfill sites

North Burnett Regional Council will require residents utilising the free waste service available for dumping of domestic waste for up to 1m3 to continue to provide evidence of residency. Mayor Cr Rachel Chambers advised that since July 2016 when free dumping for...

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