Longreach Regional Council welcomes today’s news that Queensland Government workers will be required to undergo health screening before returning to rural communities in the west of the state.
Longreach Regional Council is encouraging the community to commemorate ANZAC Day at home this year, as restrictions on mass gatherings remain in place across the nation.
A Western Queensland Mayor is urging his community to stay home this Easter to avoid breaking the law.
Longreach Regional Council has written to Tourism authorities requesting they immediately cease all destination marketing promoting Outback Queensland.
Acting Chair, Cr Tony Rayner, has presided over a meeting of the Longreach Local Disaster Management Group in Longreach today. The meeting followed a District Disaster Management Meeting on Monday.
Longreach Regional Council has taken the additional step of closing more of its public facilities, effective close-of-business Tuesday 24 March, in response to COVID-19.
Longreach Regional Council received a briefing from health authorities yesterday and reviewed its Business Continuity Plans in response to the growing impact of COVID-19.
Longreach Regional Council has confirmed that Mayor Ed Warren is in precautionary self-isolation for 14 days following a meeting on Friday morning with Senator Susan McDonald, who has tested positive
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.