Day to remember
NATIONAL Police Remembrance Day is a day of great significance to the Queensland Police Service. Today, the police honour their colleagues who have lost their lives both in the line of duty and otherwise. Biloela Police will commemorate the day by holding a march and church service. The march begins at 9.30am on Kariboe Street, leaving from the Commonwealth Bank and on to the Anglican Church on the corner of Kariboe and Melton Streets.
UPGRADE work is currently being undertaken on the 25m pool at Biloela Aquatic Centre. Work includes the design and construction of a disability ramp, shade structure and renewable energy solar installation. The 50m swimming pool is currently open to the public. The 25m pool is due to open on Monday, October 1.
COMMUNITY groups are encouraged to register for the Container Refund Scheme, which launches November 1. Under the scheme, eligible beverage containers will be worth 10c each, providing an opportunity for community groups and schools to organise the collection and return of containers within their communities to raise additional funds. Interested schools and community groups are encouraged to register at www.containersforchange.com.au/.
MAGPIE breeding season has begun and is likely to continue until November or December. Council investigates complaints of nuisance magpies on Council-controlled land and will erect warning signs in the vicinity of the swooping zone. To report a problem, phone Council on 4992 9500.