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The Morning Bulletin
Funds for North Rockhampton mitigation at creek crossingsROCKHAMPTON councillors Tony Williams and Neil Fisher welcomed the addition of
Funds for North Rockhampton mitigation at creek crossings
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 10 hours ago
ROCKHAMPTON councillors Tony Williams and Neil Fisher welcomed the addition of over $70,000 worth of State Government funding to help prevent flooding in North Rockhampton. The funding will go towards the installation of debris deflectors and... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Reconstruction of Pilbeam Drive set to start next weekAn extensive reconstruction of Pilbeam Drive is set to get underway next week,
Reconstruction of Pilbeam Drive set to start next week
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
An extensive reconstruction of Pilbeam Drive is set to get underway next week, in a bid to not only repair but enhance the iconic local attraction. Crews are set to roll out early next week and over the next six months will work to repair the 140... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
ROCKHAMPTON ELECTION 2016: Clash over drainage issuesIN RESPONSE to a text to the editor which ran on Thursday January 21, Team McMi
ROCKHAMPTON ELECTION 2016: Clash over drainage issues
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 4 days ago
IN RESPONSE to a text to the editor which ran on Thursday January 21, Team McMillan candidate Amanda Marshall addressed issues surrounding the cost of campaign promises. The text message queried how the "shadow" council team would afford to fix the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Locals score millions worth of tenders from councilTOOWOOMBA-based companies were awarded the majority of the most expensive proje
Locals score millions worth of tenders from council
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
TOOWOOMBA-based companies were awarded the majority of the most expensive projects put out for tender by the Toowoomba Regional Council last year. Companies from the Toowoomba region were involved in 11 of the 15 big-ticket projects, worth more than... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Mt Archer closed from February 8 as major repair work startsMT ARCHER will be closed to the public next month as Rockhampton Regional Counc
Mt Archer closed from February 8 as major repair work starts
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 16 days ago
MT ARCHER will be closed to the public next month as Rockhampton Regional Council begins major repair work on Pilbeam Drive. The multi-million dollar upgrade, following extensive damage caused to the site by Tropical cyclone Marcia in February last... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
McMillan responds to North St comment: ‘Get on with the job’MAYORAL candidate Michael McMillan has hit back after comments from Mayor Marga
McMillan responds to North St comment: ‘Get on with the job’
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 21 days ago
MAYORAL candidate Michael McMillan has hit back after comments from Mayor Margaret Strelow at Tuesday's North St upgrade announcement. Cr Strelow accused Mr McMillan and his team of candidates of "one-upmanship" after they made statements regarding... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Council announces $1.24M upgrade for North StreetTHINGS are looking up for North St following Rockhampton Regional Council's upg
Council announces $1.24M upgrade for North Street
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 23 days ago
THINGS are looking up for North St following Rockhampton Regional Council's upgrade announcement yesterday. The collaborative project between Rockhampton Regional Council and the Department of Transport and Main Roads will see the area undergo... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Council reappoints Jondaryan Woolshed directorsPROFESSOR Malcolm McKay and David Greenwood will continue in their roles as dir
Council reappoints Jondaryan Woolshed directors
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
PROFESSOR Malcolm McKay and David Greenwood will continue in their roles as directors on the board of Jondaryan Woolshed for a further three years. Professor McKay also was confirmed as the chairman of the Board of Jondaryan Woolshed, also for... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Mining proposal sparks fears for Bay's beachesTauranga MP and Energy and Resources Minister Simon Bridges. Photo/file A prop
Mining proposal sparks fears for Bay's beaches
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
Tauranga MP and Energy and Resources Minister Simon Bridges. Photo/file A proposal to mine the Bay of Plenty seabed between Waihi Beach and Bowentown has alarmed politicians concerned at the implications for the area's "pristine" beaches. "If it is... Read more

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