Goondiwindi Regional Council

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Bright Future for Council and MAPR Partnership

For the first time, the use and management of the region’s new animal shelter will be shared between Goondiwindi Regional Council and Macintyre Animal and Pet Rescue (MAPR).

Goondiwindi to Host the Melbourne Cup Visit

Goondiwindi has been selected for a visit of the Lexus Melbourne Cup on its journey to Flemington.

Drought Support in Goondiwindi Region

Support is at hand for drought-affected residents within the Goondiwindi region from numerous local community groups providing relief to those who have been impacted.

Swimming Season Starting Soon

The public swimming pools across the Goondiwindi Region will open next week for the summer season.

Exercise Galvanise

Goondiwindi Regional Council’s readiness for a major flood event was assessed yesterday in an exercise that tested its Local Disaster Management Plan.

Domestic Water at Reduced Rate for Drought Affected Residents

Drought-affected residents in the Goondiwindi Regional Council area are reminded that they are able to collect bulk domestic water at a reduced rate.

Goondiwindi Welcomes New Murray Darling Basin Authority Office

The announcement today that the Murray Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has selected Goondiwindi to set up their new office location is welcomed by Goondiwindi Regional Council.

Seniors Week Program Goondiwindi Library

A program of events for Seniors Week 2018 at the Goondiwindi Library

New Fence at Riddles Oval

A new white picket fence has been installed at the AFL and cricket oval with the help of several local clubs and businesses.

Change to Waste Charges in Council Budget

Goondiwindi Regional Council ratepayers will see a different format on their rates notice this year when it comes to utility charges. This is due to the introduction of the new recycling service and the addition of a charge for commercial users of the landfill.

WEATHER INFORMATION - BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY WEATHER INFORMATION - BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY

Current weather warnings for Queensland, Australia including strong wind, gale, storm force and hurricane force wind warnings; tsunami; damaging waves; abnormally high tides; tropical cyclones; severe thunderstorms; severe weather; fire weather; flood; frost; driving; bushwalking; sheep graziers and other agricultural warnings.