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Applications Open For<BR> Threatened Species Fund

Applications Open For
Threatened Species Fund

South Burnett organisations that work to protect native species can now apply to a new fund for financial help to carry out activities such as seed banking, flora and fauna surveying and community workshops.

Taylors Road Upgrade Starts Monday

Taylors Road Upgrade Starts Monday

The notorious intersection of Taylors and Meiers Roads with the Bunya Highway north of Kingaroy will be getting an upgrade from Monday (May 29).

New Staff Join<BR> Community Hospital

New Staff Join
Community Hospital

Three new staff have started work at the Lady Bjelke-Peterson Community Hospital

Full Fields For Nanango Races

Full Fields For Nanango Races

The Nanango Race Club will be wrapping up its 2016-17 season this weekend with their Autumn Race Meeting.

Governor To Open Wondai Show

Governor To Open Wondai Show

This year’s 100th Wondai Show will be officially opened on Saturday, September 2, by His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC, Governor of Queensland.

Tougher WH&S Laws Coming

Tougher WH&S Laws Coming

The State Government will toughen up workplace health and safety laws to strip QBCC licenses off workers if they’re found to be acting in an unsafe manner.

Work Starts Soon On Mt Stanley Road

Work Starts Soon On Mt Stanley Road

The South Burnett Regional Council will begin reconstruction work on Mt Stanley Road, Nanango in the week beginning Monday, June 5.

Garden Project Helps Bind Community

Garden Project Helps Bind Community

A new garden and public art space at the Scott Haven Independent Living Complex in Hart Street, Blackbutt was officially opened on Wednesday morning … with a tile glueing ceremony.

Photo Shoot Captures Coal Mine Site

Photo Shoot Captures Coal Mine Site

An aerial photo shoot of Moreton Resources proposed Kingaroy coal mine site on Sunday has failed to find any evidence to support the company’s recent claims the land is home to pest animals, weeds and erosion.

Raise A Cuppa To Help Cancer Research

Raise A Cuppa To Help Cancer Research

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is celebrating another birthday!

MP’s Facebook Survey Offers $300 Prize

MP’s Facebook Survey Offers $300 Prize

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has launched an online survey for Nanango Electorate residents – and one lucky participant will win a $300 wheelbarrow garden pack.

Mayor Defends Hall Charges

Mayor Defends Hall Charges

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell has defended a change in Council’s hall hire fees, which will see not-for-profit community groups paying 50 percent of the commercial rate to hire Council-owned halls in future.

Concert Offers Music For Everyone

Concert Offers Music For Everyone

Concert goers who’d like to help a good cause are in for a special treat this Saturday night (May 27).

Law Change Gives Teens ID

Law Change Gives Teens ID

Young people aged 15 to 17 will soon be able to obtain proof-of-age cards under legislative changes being introduced in Queensland Parliament on Tuesday.

Rotary Helps Make Library Safer

Rotary Helps Make Library Safer

The Kingaroy Library will become a safer place to visit from Tuesday onwards, thanks to the Kingaroy Rotary Club.

4G Coverage Coming To Kumbia

4G Coverage Coming To Kumbia

Kumbia will get better mobile phone coverage when a 4G small cell is installed there this week, Minister for Science Leeanne Enoch has announced.

Health Commission To Target Obesity

Health Commission To Target Obesity

The Queensland Government will invest $20 million to establish a new public health body to tackle Queensland’s high obesity and chronic disease rates.

New Laws Proposed For Mine Rehabilitation

New Laws Proposed For Mine Rehabilitation

The Queensland Government wants to introduce new laws to make certain mines are properly rehabilitated, in order to protect the environment and create more jobs in the resource services industry.

A Day Of Upsets On The Park

A Day Of Upsets On The Park

Saturday’s sixth round of this year’s South Burnett football competition provided a day of upsets for fans.

KCCG Says Moreton Statement Misleading

KCCG Says Moreton Statement Misleading

The Kingaroy Concerned Citizens Group says a recent statement submitted to the ASX by Moreton Resources about its Kingaroy coal mine contains “errors and generalisations” that could mislead investors.

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