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Longreach Regional Council is launching improvements to its community donations program that will offer clearer guidelines for applicants and increased probity for ratepayers.


LONGREACH Regional Council staff took some time last Friday to acknowledge the achievements and long service of some of their colleagues.


Longreach Regional Council presented its annual Australia Day Awards at ceremonies in Longreach, Isisford, and Ilfracombe today.


Longreach Regional Council will gather its entire workforce together in the same place, at the same time, for its annual full day of training and professional development on Friday 7 February.


Three Australia Day Ambassadors have been assigned the Longreach Regional Council area this year, to visit the communities of Ilfracombe, Longreach, and Isisford.


Longreach Regional Council has announced it will partner with small business advocacy group Longreach Regional Enterprise to deliver a flagship series of professional development and networking events


All intending candidates for next year’s local government elections are now required to complete an online training course before they nominate.


Our quarterly newsletter, The Council Quarterly, is out now!


The relocated Longreach library will celebrate its official opening with a book launch by first-time local author Louise Seccombe.


Team Yamaha star Rodney Faggotter is joining forces with Longreach Regional Council to encourage motorbike riders to respect other users on the town common.


Arresting the deficit and supporting sustainable community outcomes is the focus of Longreach Regional Council’s 2019/20 Annual Budget, which was handed down today.


Longreach has been announced as the host of the final leg of the Outback Queensland Masters in 2020 and the hotly contested $1 million hole-in-one.


The Longreach Library will close this Sunday and reopen a week later in its new location a few doors down at 104 Eagle Street.


Longreach Regional Council has awarded a tender to safely demolish the remains of the Lyceum Hotel on Eagle Street following a complex regulatory and tender process.


The Jun/Jul edition of our quarterly newsletter, The Council Quarterly, is out now!