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Queensland’s south-west gets $1.25m infrastructure boost from state
Budget back in black: $7.1 billion surplus brought to you by Queensland coal
100 residents make their mark on Fraser Park
Budget a hollow commitment to Australia’s First Peoples
Haven Re-Generation event draws a crowd
Find your space in new gallery exhibition
Government continues to oppose Labor-Green reforms
$100m from Palaszczuk Govt to keep Haughton pipeline moving
Improvements to Local Government
‘Fiver for Field Days’ – East Gippsland
First ever fish stocking for new lake at Hopetoun
Australia’s minerals industry delivers forecast Budget surplus and a stronger economy
Budget Makes Investments To A Sustained Skilled Workforce
Budget surplus rests on a healthy housing market
Track opens Friday for a BMX-hilarating ride
New Leagues working group
Council supports surfboard leg rope safety campaign
Fire danger period to end in parts of West
Electrical Arc Flash Hazard Guidelines Developed
South Gippsland Shire Council Update
Coomunga Rifle Range approved for sale to District Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula
Applications Now Open For Local Road Safety Grants
‘Topping Out’ at Salisbury Community Hub
Construction underway on new Fremantle Park Sport and Community Centre
Flood debris and rubbish removed from Townsville’s natural environments
Wetlands renamed in honour of former Mayor
Mayor meets with Orbost groups – East Gippsland
Offenders work hard to give back to Bundaberg community
New NSW Senator throws cold water on Labor’s 450GL grab
Nominations closing soon for Queensland Resources Council Indigenous Awards
Honouring Victoria’s Inspiring Seniors
Temporary road closure for Bowen Hills
Hundreds of residents have their say on Mount Louisa Masterplan
More detail on ALP’s “tailored” plan to support for trade-exposed industries
Future VG valuation service prices
Lower water prices proposed for Central Coast
Healing heartbreak of stillbirth and newborn death
Council supports local schools and groups with youth week grants
Climate Proofing Australia welcomes Labor’s commitment to climate action on land, reinvigorating CFI
Federal Budget should provide grassroots investment says Mayor
Beachmere Fish Kill
Community Council reaches Rollingstone
Mall Artists Announced – Creating Connection: Neighbour Day Temporary Outdoor Gallery
Further climate policy detail welcomed
Labor’s policy falls short on reducing emissions at least cost
Community survey: Council’s performance is on up
Statement on National Aboriginal Art Gallery
Toowoomba Regional Council turns on Wivenhoe pipeline