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Sunday, May 31, 2020
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Bundaberg North water upgrade begins this week

Bundaberg North residents are advised of the possibility of low water pressure in the Fairymead and Gooburrum areas from Thursday while water main upgrades take place.

Upgrade to bulk water payment system

Bulk water users now have the option of remote top ups for potable and non potable water at all Council bulk water sites.

Industry continues fight to restore Paradise Dam

Bundaberg Region stakeholders say the State Government has under-estimated the economic value of Paradise Dam and should review the advice it's received.

Gregory River water upgrade builds confidence

Better water quality, security for growth and investment are just a few benefits the new Gregory River Water Treatment Plant will deliver.

Save Paradise Dam campaign launches billboards

Bundaberg Fruit & Vegetable Growers’ ‘Save Paradise Dam’ Campaign has launched three billboards on the Isis Highway, near the turnoff to Cordalba.

Burnett Catchment Forum to discuss water security

The State Government has established a Burnett Catchment Industry Forum for Bundaberg Region farmers to discuss water security.

$2.4 billion cost to economy if Paradise Dam not fixed

Today a consortium of regional advocacy and industry groups released their joint economic report titled “The economic costs of inaction on Paradise Dam”.

Water meter readings underway soon

Water meter reading contractors will soon begin reading meters throughout the region for the half year period ending 31 December.

Water upgrade nears completion in Burnett Heads

Burnett Heads residents will experience an increase in water pressure once work to the installation of a water main upgrade is complete in the area.

Sewer network maintenance under way

Council is undertaking planned inspection and maintenance of the sewer network around Bundaberg as part of a three-year program.

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