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Brownouts In Kingaroy

About 150 Ergon Energy customers in the southern end of Kingaroy suffered brownouts on Wednesday afternoon.

Jason To Share Our Best In Brisbane

Jason To Share Our Best In Brisbane

Kingaroy chef Jason Ford has been a fixture at Regional Flavours in Brisbane for several years but this time he’ll be an official South Burnett “ambassador”.

Awards Mark End Of Shopper Program

Awards Mark End Of Shopper Program

South Burnett Directions wrapped up its successful shopper loyalty program with a function for participating business owners at the TAFE Qld South West campus in Kingaroy recently.

Moreton Aims For Rail Corridor

Moreton Aims For Rail Corridor

Moreton Resources has identified a 60 metre wide, 132km long corridor which it would like to use to transport coal north from its proposed Kingaroy mine.

State Promises ‘World-Class’<br /> Lung Tests For Coal Miners

State Promises ‘World-Class’
Lung Tests For Coal Miners

The State Government has promised that Queensland’s 30,000 coal miners will have “world-class” lung function tests by the end of the year.

Motorcycle Tourism: Are You In?

Motorcycle Tourism: Are You In?

South Burnett hotel, accommodation, food and fuel operators who want to join the region’s push to attract motorcycle tourism need to put up their hands soon.

Open House At Murgon

Open House At Murgon

Murgon’s Men Shed will be manning the barbecue at the Open House which is being held at the Murgon Town Hall tonight (Tuesday)

South Burnett Winery Exhibits In Asia

South Burnett Winery Exhibits In Asia

Moffatdale Ridge Winery and five other Wide Bay Burnett businesses are taking local produce onto the world’s stage in Hong Kong.

Co-Ops Urge Government Rethink

Co-Ops Urge Government Rethink

The Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals has welcomed a number of initiatives in this year’s Budget, but urged the government to reconsider the role co-operatives and mutuals can play in delivering services more efficiently.

Swickers Workers Back By June 5

Swickers Workers Back By June 5

Swickers workers will begin to return to Kingaroy on May 29 and all workers should be back by June 5, the Kingaroy Chamber Of Commerce and Industry heard on Monday night.

QFF Calls For Budget Funds

QFF Calls For Budget Funds

The Queensland Farmers’ Federation has called for Federal Government to allocate funds in the Budget to end the “data drought” in rural and regional Australia.

Murgon, Wondai Now RV Friendly, Too

Murgon, Wondai Now RV Friendly, Too

Murgon and Wondai have become the South Burnett’s second and third RV Friendly towns, following in the footsteps of Nanango which gained the distinction last August.

Tearoom Restores A Proston Tradition

Tearoom Restores A Proston Tradition

For the past four weeks Proston residents have been able to enjoy something people in most other South Burnett towns take for granted: going to a local cafe to enjoy a good cup of coffee and a slice of freshly-baked cake.

Kingaroy Set For Swickers Boost

Kingaroy Set For Swickers Boost

Kingaroy is looking forward to an economic boost in the near future when 120 Swickers workers return from Wulkuraka and begin working at the Kingaroy Bacon Factory again.

Small Businesses Celebrate Success

Small Businesses Celebrate Success

It’s not every day that a bunch of people file into a cinema to watch a string of ads, but that’s exactly what happened at the Satellite Cinema in Kingaroy on Friday.

Stanwell Asked To Pay $1.7m

Stanwell Asked To Pay $1.7m

The liquidators of failed fly ash recycling company Coal Reuse have demanded Stanwell pay them more than $1.7 million.

Moreton Presses On With Mine Plan

Moreton Presses On With Mine Plan

Moreton Resources has updated the ASX on its proposed Kingaroy Coal Mine, saying the company expects a determination from the State Government on its mining lease application by mid to late 2018

Labour Hire Firms To Be Licensed

Labour Hire Firms To Be Licensed

The Queensland Government will introduce mandatory licensing of labour hire companies in a bid to crack-down on rogue operators exploiting and mistreating vulnerable workers.

Heatwave Tests Qld Power Stations

Heatwave Tests Qld Power Stations

In February this year, Queenslanders dodged a bullet … just … and the power generating units at Tarong played a big role in that lucky escape.

Sara Named GM At Wellcamp

Sara Named GM At Wellcamp

Former Wellcamp Airport commercial manager Sara Hales has been appointed the airport’s new general manager.

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