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ALP Warns Of Jobs, Services Cuts

ALP Warns Of Jobs, Services Cuts

Wide Bay residents face having nurses sacked and community programs cut if the LNP and One Nation form a coalition government.

Sportsbet Tips Hung Parliament

Sportsbet Tips Hung Parliament

With just a few days to Saturday’s State Election, Sportsbet are tipping that Queensland will emerge with a hung parliament.

Let’s Keep Our Great Local MP

Let’s Keep Our Great Local MP

The Queensland State election will be held this Saturday, and the South Burnett faces some tough choices.

Yellowbelly Expecting Record Roll-Up

Yellowbelly Expecting Record Roll-Up

Last year’s record roll-up of 1003 anglers to the Boondooma Dam Yellowbelly Fishing Competition could be beaten in 2018.

Big Year For Nanango Netball

Big Year For Nanango Netball

The Nanango and District Netball Association will have a new president next year, as the club continues its quest to raise $240,000 to replace their netball courts.

State Showcased For National Ag Day

State Showcased For National Ag Day

Queensland’s pivotal role in Australian agriculture has been highlighted by the QFF as part of National Agriculture Day on Tuesday, November 21.

Two Weeks Left To See Exhibition

Two Weeks Left To See Exhibition

Art fans have until December 3 to see a stunning new exhibition at the Kingaroy Art Gallery

Riders Hit The Trail For Pizza

Riders Hit The Trail For Pizza

Another little piece of South Burnett Rail Trail history was made on Saturday night when the South Burnett Mountain Bike Club held the first-ever public “Pizza Ride” between Kingaroy and Wooroolin.

$20,000 Grant To Hire Mature-Aged

$20,000 Grant To Hire Mature-Aged

Employers will be eligible for up to $20,000 through the State Government’s Back to Work program when they hire a mature-aged jobseeker aged 55 and over.

Nanango Students Step Out In Style

Nanango Students Step Out In Style

Nanango State High School students stepped into the limelight on Thursday night for their annual Year 12 Formal.

Election Provokes A Ripple Of Rejoicing

Election Provokes A Ripple Of Rejoicing

The country racing fraternity should be pleased that the two major parties have made key commitments to the sector in the lead up to next Saturday’s state election.

Council Extends Prequalified Suppliers List

Council Extends Prequalified Suppliers List

The South Burnett Regional Council will extend existing contracts with businesses on its Prequalified Suppliers list until June 30 so it can review current contracting arrangements.

Blackbutt To Get New Postcode

Blackbutt To Get New Postcode

A decade-long fight to get Blackbutt its own postcode paid off on Friday when Australia Post agreed to split the old 4306 postcode area in half.

Get Ready For Some Jungle Fun!

Get Ready For Some Jungle Fun!

The stage is set for a night of rib-tickling slapstick comedy with the Jungle Juice theatre-restaurant show.

Nanango Jeweller Marries In Toowoomba

Nanango Jeweller Marries In Toowoomba

Nanango jeweller Darrel Brewerton exchanged marriage vows with his fiancee Gillian Walker on October 21 at St David’s Presbyterian Church in Toowoomba.

Futsal Facility Proposed For Nanango

Futsal Facility Proposed For Nanango

An Australian Futsal Association training camp will be built in Nanango if the owners agree to changes requested by the South Burnett Regional Council.

Two Roads Get New Names

Two Roads Get New Names

The South Burnett Regional Council will rename two roads in Wondai and Taromeo to make life easier for emergency services, postal services and the general public.

Missing Links To Be Filled In

Missing Links To Be Filled In

The South Burnett Regional Council will begin installing a new concrete footpath along the McDonald’s side of Haly Street, Kingaroy next week to replace its “missing links”.

Bunnings Store Gets Go-Ahead

Bunnings Store Gets Go-Ahead

The South Burnett Regional Council approved the development of a Bunnings warehouse in Kingaroy at its monthly meeting on Wednesday.

Big Yarding At Murgon

Big Yarding At Murgon

A yarding of 850 sold to strong market values in Murgon on Tuesday, with export cattle making up about a quarter of the total numbers.

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