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Small scale transport depot approved Somerset Regional Council has conditionally approved a small-scale transport depot at Maroske Road, Royston. Council received almost 300 submissions in support..

 

TOOGOOLAWAH has won the Bronze Top Tiny Tourism Town Award at this year’s Queensland Tourism Industry Council’s Top Tourism Town Awards. Presented by the Queensland Tourism Industry Council....

 

SOMERSET Regional Council is continuing to deliver for small businesses with a free Business Planning Micro-course on offer. This free course, delivered by the University of Sunshine Coast, will....

 

Council briefing on proposed development Somerset Regional Council received a briefing from Enervest, prior to its council meeting on Wednesday, 29 May, regarding a proposed battery energy storage...

 

The second annual Kilcoy Multicultural Carnival held on Friday, 17 May was a huge success. About 1200 people attended the cultural celebration in Yowie Park...

 

THE spotlight is on small businesses in Somerset with the region’s local government authority throwing its support behind a range of initiatives designed to bolster the local economy.

 

Somerset Regional Council Weekly Highlights 15 May 2024

 

COUNCIL will continue to open its Lowood and Kilcoy library branches on Saturday mornings following a successful six-month trial. Somerset Mayor Jason Wendt said it was a great move and one that...

 

VARIOUS community groups in Somerset have been given a helping hand from Council and will share in a funding pool of about $40,000. Somerset Regional Council awarded various amounts of funding to...

 

MAY is small business month and to celebrate Somerset Regional Council is hosting a free breakfast for all Somerset business owners. An open invitation is extended to Somerset business owners to...

 

Somerset Regional Council Weekly Highlights 1 May 2024

 

PASSIONATE Somerset resident, Sue White, has been recognised by Somerset Regional Council for almost twenty years of volunteer service.

 

Management of wild dog numbers continues in Somerset Somerset Regional Council issued more than 260 wild dog baits in March across localities including Kingaham, Bryden, Fernvale and Esk...

 

SOMERSET Regional Council has contributed $840,920 to Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) for the period ended 31 March 2024....

 

Queensland Government statistics have confirmed that unemployment across the Somerset Regional Council area fell from 6.1% in June 2023 to 5.1% in September 2023...