Delivering for our regional communities
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The Queensland Government is committed to supporting local community groups, individuals and projects through many different funding programs.
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$1000 Bursary to help support Year 12 Nanango Electorate School Leavers who need to travel or move away to access further education.
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📬 My 2021 calendars have hit mailboxes in the Nanango electorate. If you missed out please give us a call on 41907100 we will get one out to you.
With the whole community getting behind the cause, Tanduringie State School P&C were able to turn containers into valuable resources for their students.Raise...
We ❤️ Tanduringie State School
A wonderful school supported by a wonderful community.
This morning I joined Federal Member David Littleproud MP, South Burnett Council and business owners to launch the Kingaroy Transformation project.
Perhaps next time I will re-think my shoe choice😬
Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Happy times at Boondooma Dam!
Find the contact details of a Queensland road
Did you know there is a website available to help you identify who to contact when you need to report maintenance or general road concerns?
The ‘Road Lookup’ website allows you to enter any road name which will then give you contact details for the responsible agency.
As always, if you are not sure please give my office a call and we will be happy to help you identify the best point of contact for your concern.
Kilcoy looks a little different these days.....
Happy birthday Dexter!
South Burnett Musical Comedy Society News members are gearing up for their production of Mama Mia. Keep an eye out for more details in the next few months...
***Brisbane Lockdown Update - Monday 11th January 2021
Lockdown for Greater Brisbane will end at 6pm today.
Until January 22 masks must be carried with you at all times and worn in shopping centres, public transport, gyms, places of worship, libraries, taxis and ride share. If you can socially distance you do not have to a to wear a mask at work. Masks do not need to be worn outside if you can keep a safe distance from others.
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🚧South Burnett Community announcement🚧
I have been advised that grading works are scheduled for Memerambi Gordonbrook Road and Kingaroy Barkers Creek Road.
These works are due to commence in the coming week and expect to take 3-4 weeks to complete. Please use extra care and patience if travelling on these roads during this time.
I’ve bought my pink seats to enjoy the test match.
#pinktest #mcgrathfoundation #breastcarenurses
Raining in the South Burnett today, lock down in Greater Brisbane...good day for a puzzle! 🧩 😊
The state government has just announced Greater Brisbane, which includes the council areas of Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich, Moreton and Redlands, will go into lockdown from 6pm Friday to 6pm Monday.
Residents must stay at home except for four key reasons - to leave for essential work, health care, shopping and exercise in your local area.
Also, anyone who has visited Brisbane since January 2 and has now moved on to other parts of the state or country will also be required to quarantine at home for the next three days.