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Murgon Values Stay Firm

Murgon Values Stay Firm

Agents yarded 650 in Murgon on Tuesday, where values seemed to remain fairly firm on the previous sale.

New Look For Mardi Gras

New Look For Mardi Gras

The Heritage Nanango New Year’s Eve Mardi Gras will take on a new look this year.

Road Crews Kept Busy

Road Crews Kept Busy

Council road construction crews are working on five major projects this month, and road maintenance crews are working on another 15.

Council Adopts New Planning Scheme

Council Adopts New Planning Scheme

The South Burnett Regional Council has adopted a new Planning Scheme, and it will come into force on October 2.

Ringsfield Leased To Private Operator

Ringsfield Leased To Private Operator

Ringsfield House in Nanango will be run by a commercial operator whose plans for the historic property are presently unknown.

Council Cuts Deeper Into Arts Program

Council Cuts Deeper Into Arts Program

The South Burnett Regional Council announced on Wednesday it will make further cuts to its Regional Arts Development Fund.

Council Slashes Community Grants

Council Slashes Community Grants

The South Burnett Regional Council has slashed funding to community groups by more than half in the first round of its new-look Community Grants Program.

Firies Want To Catch Arsonist

Firies Want To Catch Arsonist

The Taromeo Rural Fire Brigade is appealing for public help to catch an arsonist they believe is responsible for a recent spate of bushfires in the Taromeo area.

Armistice Centenary Grants Available

Armistice Centenary Grants Available

Ex-service organisations and community groups are being encouraged to apply for funding for projects that mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.

United Petroleum Discounts E10 Fuel

United Petroleum Discounts E10 Fuel

United Petroleum will discount E10 fuel by 6c per litre from Tuesday to increase the uptake of biofuel

Written Learner Driver Test To Be Axed

Written Learner Driver Test To Be Axed

The State Government plans to scrap the written learner driver’s test and replace it with an online test

Racegoers Enjoy A Spring Fling

Racegoers Enjoy A Spring Fling

Nanango’s Heritage Race Meeting on Saturday was not quite as hectic as August’s Nanango Cup, but that was due more to the start of the Spring school holidays than anything else.

Young Soccer Players<BR> Prepare For Coast Cup

Young Soccer Players
Prepare For Coast Cup

A small team of South Burnett U8s/U9s soccer players will be competing on the Gold Coast soon

New Rehabilitation Service For Region

New Rehabilitation Service For Region

The South Burnett will get a new drug and alcohol rehabilitation service as the result of a “community ice forum” called by Member for Maranoa David Littleproud in June.

Region Gets Another $4.3m Windfall

Region Gets Another $4.3m Windfall

The State Government has approved another $4.385 million of Works For Queensland projects

Councillors Kick Off Carpool Karaoke

Councillors Kick Off Carpool Karaoke

There are times in every reporter’s life when the world suddenly seems to move 10 degrees off kilter and you accidentally step into the Twilight Zone.

Full Fields For Nanango Races

Full Fields For Nanango Races

The Nanango Race Club will be holding its annual Heritage Cup Race Meeting on Saturday – always one of its most colourful meetings of the year

Book Chronicles Church’s Centenary

Book Chronicles Church’s Centenary

A new history of the “Little Cathedral In The Bush” by Nanango historian Elizabeth Caffrey seems certain to become an essential addition to any South Burnett history collection.

Fishers Warned To Check Their Bait

Fishers Warned To Check Their Bait

The State Government has launched an advertising campaign to warn anglers not to use supermarket prawns as bait in an effort to prevent the spread of white spot and other foreign diseases

Pilot Program Aims To Cut Youth Crime

Pilot Program Aims To Cut Youth Crime

A social reinvestment program that will provide opportunities for young people to be positively involved in their community, instead of turning to crime, will be piloted in Cherbourg.

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