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Wentworth Lane to close temporarily, as roundabout project reaches final stages
Growing ideas for Lower Hunter region’s future
QRC commends QR on Mt Isa rail opening
Flood-impacted properties in state’s north undergo further assessment
Council to name Aquamoves Indoor Aquatic Environment Willy O’Callaghan Pool Hall
Free Moonlight Movies this May
Salvinia weevils successful in killing invasive water weed
Labor will invest in specialist care for intellectual disability
Special Sunday event: Visit Chalk Art on George
CBD footpath upgrade to support up to 20 local jobs
Greens launch science and research policy
Limber up for new kids’ chasey activity at Queens Park
Safety first as exclusion zone put in place
Temporary Outdoor Gallery Installed
Our plan for more fishing opportunities for all Australians
Community Benefits from Zeehan Swimming Pool Upgrade Project
Seniors embrace Magnetic Island fitness trail
Industry super leads way on governance
Metung water feature vandalised – East Gippsland
Culture Corner to return to Maude Street Mall
Divisional representation update
Things are heating up at Eaglehawk Town Hall
Stage Two of Maude Street Bus Interchange and Plaza Commencing
Australian minerals exploration deserves stronger funding support
New Griffith business prospectus launched
Townsville encouraged to tap into Water Smart Package
Council wants locals to help build better communities
Author shares her latest crime thriller at festival
An evening with author Stan Grant at Norwood Concert Hall
Tidy Towns awards opening soon
Work begins on $4 million Turners Flat bridge replacement
Galley Museum Gains ‘white i’ Tourist Accreditation
Councils from around region consider sharing services
QRC welcomes Labor commitment to metals, now needs mettle on coal
Inaugural Townsville Eats attracts thousands of foodies to CBD
Tree cleaning crews kicks off annual Autumn challenge
Augmented Reality Launched at Megafauna Central
Blood test could help guide treatment for some breast cancer patients
Nintex Technical Evangelist Chris Ellis to Keynote Digital Workplace Conference: New Zealand
Mayor condemns rider’s actions
Council welcomes $1m drought assistance commitment
Skills shortages as Liberals fail to deliver skills funding
Supply Chain Strategy predetermined
Our plan for supporting farmers in drought
Ararat Rural City Council keeping a close eye on grading needs
Roundtable conversations a success in lead up to Stop Adani Convoy in Clermont
Support Landsborough and Mooloolah this weekend after Mulitsport Festival postponed
Desperate Labor and Unions Running Old Mediscare Campaign