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Curtain Falls On<BR> ‘Shop Local’ Campaign

Curtain Falls On
‘Shop Local’ Campaign

An innovative ‘shop local’ promotion run by the South Burnett Regional Council will come to an end soon

Reconciliation Awards Deadline Looming

Reconciliation Awards Deadline Looming

Time is running out to nominate for the 2018 Queensland Reconciliation Awards.

Numbers Down But Values Slightly Up

Numbers Down But Values Slightly Up

Just over 500 head were yarded at the most recent Fat and Store Sale in Murgon on Tuesday, 200 down on the previous fortnightly sale.

Toowoomba Joins New Tourism Group

Toowoomba Joins New Tourism Group

Toowoomba Regional Council has voted to join Tourism Darling Downs, a breakaway tourism group established last year by Wellcamp Airport developer John Wagner.

Container Refund Scheme Postponed

Container Refund Scheme Postponed

Queensland’s container refund scheme, which was due to start on July 1, has been postponed to November 1.

Programs Aim To Close Gender Gap

Programs Aim To Close Gender Gap

Female leaders and business owners can nominate to take part in two targeted support programs aimed at enhancing their business skills.

Cent Auction Leads The Field

Cent Auction Leads The Field

Kumbia will hold the South Burnett’s first cent auction of the year this Saturday, February 17.

Yellowbelly Lands Another Record

Yellowbelly Lands Another Record

The annual Boondooma Dam Yellowbelly Fishing Competition broke its third attendance record in a row over the weekend.

Survey Shows Power<BR> Prices Hurting Business

Survey Shows Power
Prices Hurting Business

A new survey has found almost half of regional Queensland businesses have difficulties paying their power bills

No Local Wine At Games

No Local Wine At Games

The South Burnett Wine Industry Association says it is disappointed with Commonwealth Games organisers, who have snubbed Queensland’s wines and opted to sell Victorian wines at the Games instead.

Councillors Get Integrity Hotline

Councillors Get Integrity Hotline

Mayors and Councillors will soon be able to seek advice from the Queensland Integrity Commissioner as part of the State Government’s increased transparency and accountability agenda.

Numbers Up, Prices Down

Numbers Up, Prices Down

Agents yarded 700 in Murgon on Tuesday, January 30 for the fortnightly liveweight sale, 50 more than the year’s first sale on January 16.

Two Towns Get New Footpaths

Two Towns Get New Footpaths

The South Burnett Regional Council will be starting work on two new concrete footpaths in Murgon and Kingaroy in the coming fortnight.

Art Exhibition Dazzles And Delights

Art Exhibition Dazzles And Delights

Concerns about becoming bogged in his own driveway prevented a multi award-winning artist from attending the opening of his first exhibition in almost two years.

Women’s Running Course Starts Soon

Women’s Running Course Starts Soon

Ever thought about taking up running for fitness and fun? Would you like to find out how you can do it regardless of your current size or fitness level?

Army Cadets Looking For New Recruits

Army Cadets Looking For New Recruits

Wondai’s 135 Army Cadet Unit will be having two recruitment intakes this year – one this Sunday, February 11 and another in June.

High School Gets $10,000 STEM Grant

High School Gets $10,000 STEM Grant

Kingaroy State High School has been awarded $10,000 to run a three-day camp for students at the University of Querensland’s Centre for Advanced Imaging.

Construction Starts On Wind Farm

Construction Starts On Wind Farm

After many years of patient planning, construction has officially started on Australia’s largest wind farm.

Have Your Say On Five-Year Plan

Have Your Say On Five-Year Plan

The South Burnett Regional Council will be holding a series of public meetings on February 8 and 15 to invite public input about what its priorities should be for the coming five years.

Better Vaccine Available For Infants

Better Vaccine Available For Infants

A quad-strain vaccine to help protect young children from the devastating consequences of meningococcal will be added to the National Immunisation Program.

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