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Workshop To Share Tourism Ideas

Workshop To Share Tourism Ideas

The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry has joined with the Australian Caravan Club and South Burnett Regional Council to bring a special tourism awareness workshop to the South Burnett.

Powerful Problem With Postcode 4306

Powerful Problem With Postcode 4306

The curse of postcode 4306 – the postcode shared by Blackbutt and Benarkin and parts of Ipswich – has struck again.

Council Welcomes Wind Farm

Council Welcomes Wind Farm

South Burnett Regional Council has welcomed Thursday’s announcement that funding arrangements for the construction of the Coopers Gap Wind farm have been secured.

Work To Start Soon On Wind Farm

Work To Start Soon On Wind Farm

After years of speculation, community consultations and funding uncertainty, the $850 million Coopers Gap wind farm has received its final green light.

Swickers Protest ‘A Joke’

Swickers Protest ‘A Joke’

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has labelled Wednesday afternoon’s animal rights protest outside Swickers in Kingaroy as “a joke”.

Muffin Break Opens In Kingaroy

Muffin Break Opens In Kingaroy

Kingaroy Shoppingworld was busier than usual on Wednesday morning as shoppers tried a new store

Asian Spotlight On Toowoomba

Asian Spotlight On Toowoomba

Toowoomba Mayor Paul Antonio welcomed a special delegation of Australia’s South East Asian Ambassadors and High Commissioners to the region on Sunday.

Council Hires Debt Collectors

Council Hires Debt Collectors

The South Burnett Regional Council has hired debt collectors in a bid to claw back some of the $5.3 million it’s owed for outstanding rates and charges.

Businesses Invited To RV Workshop

Businesses Invited To RV Workshop

A workshop conducted by the Australian Caravan Club that will be held in Kingaroy next month has won the support of the South Burnett Regional Council and the Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce.

Chemical Company Fined $100,000

Chemical Company Fined $100,000

Agricultural chemical manufacturer Accensi Pty Ltd has been fined $100,000 for supplying herbicides containing chemical ingredients not listed in the registered formulation.

$1m For ‘Fair Price’<BR> Milk Marketing Scheme

$1m For ‘Fair Price’
Milk Marketing Scheme

The State Government has put forward almost a million dollars for ‘Fair Price’ milk marketing

BIEDO Organises Two Workshops

BIEDO Organises Two Workshops

The Burnett Inland Economic Development Organisation (BIEDO) has a number of events planned to assist local not-for-profit organisations, businesses and farmers.

MP Slams Optus, Telstra

MP Slams Optus, Telstra

Member for Maranoa David Littleproud has slammed Optus, labelling as “a smokescreen” its $1 billion promise to improve mobile phone coverage in the bush.

Union Warns Of ‘Weasel Words’

Union Warns Of ‘Weasel Words’

The Electrical Trades Union has resurrected its successful “Not4Sale” campaign from the last State Election … another sign the next election could be imminent.

$6m Project At Meandu Mine

$6m Project At Meandu Mine

Mineral processing company Sedgman has secured a $6 million contract with Stanwell Corporation to build a tailings “dewatering facility” at Meandu Mine.

Chairman Defends New Tourism Group

Chairman Defends New Tourism Group

The chairman of the newly formed Visit South Burnett Inc has responded forcibly to public comments about the new Local Tourism Organisation.

Rail Trail Gets Warm Reception

Rail Trail Gets Warm Reception

The South Burnett Rail Trail is showing signs of becoming a major tourist drawcard for the South Burnett.

LifeFlight To Build $4.39m Base

LifeFlight To Build $4.39m Base

LifeFlight is about to get a new $4.39 million base at Toowoomba Airport thanks to funding from the Federal Government’s Building Better Regions Fund and financial support from local philanthropist Clive Berghofer.

Cafe Supports Local Causes

Cafe Supports Local Causes

Kingaroy businesswoman Dawn Wolski is no stranger to fundraising, but most of it has left town

Helping Hand For Firies, RSL

Helping Hand For Firies, RSL

The Blackbutt RSL Sub-Branch and Taromeo Rural Fire Brigade each received cheques for $575 this week after a massive fundraising effort by a local Blackbutt business.

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