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Nov 10, 2020
Rockhampton Mayor in shock resignation

Rockhampton Mayor in shock resignation

Rockhampton Mayor Margaret Strelow announced her resignation late yesterday via social media. The shock announcement came after a Councillor Conduct Tribunal found her guilty of misconduct over a day trip to an Adani solar farm, she said. “I absolutely refute their finding. I acted at all times in accordance with my own conscience and on… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland mem...

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Nov 06, 2020
Flare aims to reduce carbon footprint

Flare aims to reduce carbon footprint

Rockhampton Region Waste and Recycling has installed an innovative biogas system as it moves towards a more sustainable future.  The biogas flare, installed by industry leaders LMS Energy, is a big step towards reducing the carbon footprint of the Lakes Creek Road waste management facility.  Waste to resource recovery councillor Shane Latcham said it was… This content is for iQ In...

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Nov 05, 2020
Supply opportunities in local government

Supply opportunities in local government

From stock control to safety glasses, restumping to road rehabilitation and more, below is a list of current council tenders in regional Queensland. Closing onDescriptionIssued ByFri, 06 November 2020 2:00 PMCHRC010359: Mackenzie Street, Blackwater Sewer Realignment Central Highlands Regional CouncilFri, 06 November 2020 2:00 PMSDRC010378: 21_045 Preparation of New Planning Scheme Southe...

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Nov 05, 2020
Council gets the ball rolling on community hub

Council gets the ball rolling on community hub

Mackay Regional Council is seeking community input during the planning and design of a $25-$30 million Northern Beaches Community Hub. The council has purchased a 3.7ha site between Rosewood Drive and Eimeo Rd, opposite Northern Beaches High School, for the signature project. A concept master plan has also been prepared to help guide staged development… This content is for iQ Industry Queen...

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Oct 22, 2020
Supply opportunities in local government

Supply opportunities in local government

From asphalt resurfacing to accommodation, entrance enhancement to electrical switchboards and more, below is a list of current council tenders in regional Queensland. Closing onDescriptionIssued ByFri, 23 October 2020 2:00 PMIRC010337: Design, Supply and Construct 16 Person Ensuite Accommodation at 12 Acacia Street Moranbah Isaac Regional CouncilFri, 23 October 2020 4:00 PMCHRC010274: 2020E0...

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Oct 20, 2020
Major Labor plunge on local council projects

Major Labor plunge on local council projects

Queensland Labor has committed to pump $880 million into projects in partnership with local councils to support up to 17,800 jobs. The election commitment includes a $400 million investment in Works for Queensland, a $200 million South East Queensland Community Stimulus Package as well as another $280 million for the Transport Infrastructure Development Scheme. Under… This content is for iQ...

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Oct 15, 2020
Supply opportunities in local government

Supply opportunities in local government

From sewers to seedling supplies, fencing to footpath renewal and more, below is a list of current council tenders in regional Queensland. Closing onDescriptionIssued ByFri, 16 October 2020 2:00 PMCHRC010296: 2020Q133C – Park Avenue STP – Inlet Works Structure Remediation Central Highlands Regional CouncilFri, 16 October 2020 2:00 PMSBRC010315: Kingaroy Transformation Project Dilapidati...

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Oct 14, 2020
Council shortlists ‘top-notch’ waterfront submissions

Council shortlists ‘top-notch’ waterfront submissions

A 4.5-star corporate hotel and luxury residential properties are among the proposals spurred by a Mackay Waterfront Expression of Interest (EOI) tender. Mackay Regional Council received seven submissions and has shortlisted two companies to proceed to the next stage of consultation. They include Brisbane-based Sentinel Group Holding and local consortium ReNew Mackay. Mayor Greg Williamson… ...

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Oct 13, 2020
Industry briefing on next stage of Haughton pipeline

Industry briefing on next stage of Haughton pipeline

Townsville City Council will host industry briefing sessions on the second stage of the Haughton pipeline project on Friday, October 23. Stage 2 will see the existing pipeline extended from the Haughton River to the Burdekin River near Clare and will include about 33km of pipe as well as the construction of a new pump… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland members only.Log In Register ...

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