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Somerset Regional Council Meeting Highlights - 13 February 2019

Rabbit Control Measures Continue in Somerset Landholders in Somerset are being encouraged to continue working with local government authorities to control rabbit populations. Somerset Regional Council will be participating in the Darling Downs-Moreton Rabbit Board (DDMRD) Project with the...

Somerset Regional Council Weekly Highlights-11 February 2019

Somerset Council Meeting this Week Somerset Regional Council will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, 13 February at Esk. The meeting starts at 9am in the Simeon Lord Room at the Esk Library in Heap Street. Meetings are open to the public. Agendas are available from www.somerset.qld.gov.au...

Experience Somerset the Focus of New Tourism Guide

SOMERSET Regional Council was proud to launch its new regional tourism guide and associated exhibition, Experience Somerset, at the weekend.

Bridges Load Limited in Somerset for Safety

IN the interests of public safety, Somerset Regional Council has load limited two timber bridges in the region.

Somerset Regional Council Weekly Highlights - 4 February 2019

Free Trees Up for Grabs in Somerset This Weekend Somerset Regional Council will hold a free tree day on Saturday, 9 February to give away thousands of koala food trees. The free tree day promotion will be held in the courtyard of the Simeon Lord Room near the Esk Library on Heap Street. ...

Somerset Student Leaders Graduate with Vital Skills

SCHOOL leaders from the Somerset region’s three high schools have graduated from a leadership camp with various skills.

Female Farmers Treated to Day Out in Somerset

FEMALE farmers in Somerset were treated to a day out that focused on connectivity and strengthening farmers’ resilience in a changing climate.

Somerset Celebrates Australia Day

SOMERSET residents kick-started their Australia Day celebrations by recognising the achievements of outstanding residents.

Somerset Citizen of the Year

GRAHAM Evans of Toogoolawah has been named as Somerset Citizen of the Year for his outstanding contributions to the community spanning more than five decades.

Community Group of the Year Award

THE Esk Lions Club has been named Community Group of the Year at the Somerset Australia Day Awards Ceremony.
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