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'No evidence': Final twist in Chris Loft court saga

premium_icon 'No evidence': Final twist in Chris Loft court saga

Sacked ex-mayor appears in court from prison

Partnerships make for successful year despite headwinds

Partnerships make for successful year despite headwinds

Fire, drought and “just life” - mayor praises community’s resilience during...

Council called a Grinch over cemetery stoush

premium_icon Council called a Grinch over cemetery stoush

'I got the phone call and I burst out crying'

'Deeply disturbed': Pardon to be sacked after guilty verdict

premium_icon 'Deeply disturbed': Pardon to be sacked after guilty verdict

Convicted child sex offender Frank Pardon to his lose job.

Employees needed at Australia’s third largest council

premium_icon Employees needed at Australia’s third largest council

More workers are needed at a council with a high staff turnover.

Council sues Palmer's QNI over $2.5M in owed rates

premium_icon Council sues Palmer's QNI over $2.5M in owed rates

The council has filed legal documents in the Supreme Court

Crumbs! Mayor investigated for making son’s cake at council

premium_icon Crumbs! Mayor investigated for making son’s cake at council

A mayor is in strife for cooking cake in council kitchen.

Koala protection policy ‘shameful’

premium_icon Koala protection policy ‘shameful’

A council’s updated koala policy has been slammed as tokenism.

Mourners threatened with fines for watering graves

premium_icon Mourners threatened with fines for watering graves

Families of loved ones are furious after discovering notices

Christmas lights spark neighbourhood stoush

premium_icon Christmas lights spark neighbourhood stoush

Woman’s plea for calm ahead of her Christmas lights display

First Aussie council drops Australia Day

First Aussie council drops Australia Day

Inner West Council ditches Australia Day celebrations

‘Not acceptable’: Outrage over valuation refusal

premium_icon ‘Not acceptable’: Outrage over valuation refusal

Land owners slugged with valuation increases as large as 400 per cent could be...

Three submissions don’t warrant change for drought plan

Three submissions don’t warrant change for drought plan

Only one farmer made enough useful comments for council to utilise on its drought...

Paddock to plate tourism move approved for historic location

premium_icon Paddock to plate tourism move approved for historic location

This 100-year-old building will be transformed into a new tourism drawcard, without...

Has the Linville loo dispute finally been flushed?

Has the Linville loo dispute finally been flushed?

A long-running dispute between a remote community and Somerset Regional Council...

Fury over ‘ridiculous’ big ute in driveway fine

Fury over ‘ridiculous’ big ute in driveway fine

Driver furious at ‘ridiculous’ fine for parking ute in family drive.

Drought project funding is moved forward

Drought project funding is moved forward

Community groups wishing to combat the effects of the drought will be able to apply...

One month on, council release Drought Action Plan

One month on, council release Drought Action Plan

One month on from the Lockyer Drought Support Forum, a draft action plan for public...

Horror as massive electrical tower built in backyard

Horror as massive electrical tower built in backyard

50m power tower alarming neighbours

Nominations needed for community awards

Nominations needed for community awards

Nominations are now open for the 2019 Somerset Australia Day Awards

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