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Kingaroy Teams Take The Most Points

Kingaroy Teams Take The Most Points

Gunners walked away with most of the points on Saturday when they took on Nanango’s Panthers at Tom Alford Oval in Kingaroy.

Week Of Weddings At Shopping Centre

Week Of Weddings At Shopping Centre

Kingaroy Shoppingworld will be taking on a bridal atmosphere until Saturday for Wedding and Formal Week

New Group Combines Fitness And Food

New Group Combines Fitness And Food

An unusual new walking group that combines exercise and nutrition will be hitting the road in Kingaroy on Wednesday morning.

QRRRWN Conference Seeks Speakers

QRRRWN Conference Seeks Speakers

The Queensland Rural Regional and Remote Women’s Network has issued a call for presenters at their Annual Conference, which is being held in Emerald on October 19-21.

Milk Labelling<BR> Plan Scrapped

Milk Labelling
Plan Scrapped

A proposed “Fair Milk Price” logo to identify milk which pays dairy farmers fairly has been rejected

Government Drops<BR> Planned CLC Funding Cuts

Government Drops
Planned CLC Funding Cuts

The future of the South Burnett’s fortnightly legal outreach service seems more certain after the Federal Government announced it will abandon planned funding cuts to Community Legal Centres in the upcoming Budget.

Festival A Runaway Success

Festival A Runaway Success

This year’s Maidenwell Running Festival has been hailed by organisers as “the best yet”, attracting more than 350 participants and raising more than $10,000 for the town’s community organisations.

Full Fields For Wondai Races

Full Fields For Wondai Races

The Wondai Race Club will be holding its traditional Anzac Day Race Meeting at the Wondai Racecourse in Baynes Street, Wondai on Saturday.

Curtain Falls On Film Festival

Curtain Falls On Film Festival

The Nanango Tourism and Development Association has expressed its disappointment the town’s Big Screen Film Festival has been axed.

Egg Hunt Draws A Crowd

Egg Hunt Draws A Crowd

The Kingaroy Lions Club estimate they raised close to $1000 from an Easter Egg Hunt they held at Kingaroy’s Memorial Park last weekend.

Council Consolidates Grants Programs

Council Consolidates Grants Programs

The South Burnett Regional Council is overhauling its grants programs, introducing a new system on July 1 that will change the way not-for-profit community groups can apply for assistance.

Community Grants Policy Needs A Rethink

Community Grants Policy Needs A Rethink

The South Burnett Regional Council recently changed its Community Grants Policy.

Ringsfield House Reopening Delayed

Ringsfield House Reopening Delayed

Nanango’s Ringsfield House – which shut its doors on March 31 – may be closed longer than planned

$29,943 For Local Groups

$29,943 For Local Groups

The South Burnett Regional Council awarded $29,943 in grants to 22 community groups at Wednesday’s monthly Council meeting.

600 Cattle Yarded At Murgon

600 Cattle Yarded At Murgon

The market was dearer throughout for the 600 cattle yarded by agents at Murgon’s fortnightly sale on Tuesday.

Easter Numbers Good,<BR> But Not Record-Breaking

Easter Numbers Good,
But Not Record-Breaking

The number of tourists visiting the South Burnett over the Easter break was good, but not record-breaking

Council Approves Three New Developments

Council Approves Three New Developments

The South Burnett Regional Council has given the go-ahead to three new business developments in Kingaroy and Nanango.

Easter Races Eggs-trordinary

Easter Races Eggs-trordinary

An extraordinarily large crowd filled Lee Park on Saturday to enjoy the Nanango Race Club’s annual Easter race meeting in near-perfect Autumn weather.

Castra Deb Ball A Hit

Castra Deb Ball A Hit

Murgon’s Castra retirement complex isn’t usually the first place that springs to mind when talk turns to debutante balls … but that could all be about to change.

New Executive For Stamp Club

New Executive For Stamp Club

The Nanango Stamp Club has a new president following its recent Annual General Meeting.

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