A community meeting will be held on Thursday, 2 October 2014 at 6pm at the Goondiwindi Waggamba Cultural Centre to share with you the concept of the Goondiwindi Plus More platform and hear your feedback.
Border Rivers landholders are being urged to join the fight against the aggressively invasive weed harrisia cactus which is destroying prime agricultural land and injuring livestock and pets in the region.
Welcome to the first edition of the South Queensland Drought Update. The purpose of this Update is to provide an additional source of information on a variety of topics relevant to drought affected primary producers in southern Queensland.
Goondiwindi Regional Council is aware of the concerns of some residents in regards to swimming pool hours. We strive to ensure that we are doing our best for pool users and the wider community while managing community assets responsibly.