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PCA Takeover Offer On Track

PCA Takeover Offer On Track

Bega Cheese has advised the ASX that its unconditional takeover offer for all of the shares in the Peanut Company of Australia Limited is “progressing well”.

Energy Audit For Council

Energy Audit For Council

Toowoomba Regional Council has been selected to take part in a State Government program aimed at cutting its power bill by up to 40 per cent.

Coal Mine Decision ‘By Next Christmas’

Coal Mine Decision ‘By Next Christmas’

Moreton Resources expects to have a decision from the State Government on its proposed open-cut Kingaroy coal mine by next Christmas.

AGL Announces Community Grant Winners

AGL Announces Community Grant Winners

The Coopers Gap Wind Farm has begun to produce benefits for the towns located closest to it

Local Winery Wins Big In Asia

Local Winery Wins Big In Asia

Moffatdale Ridge has won five medals at Hong Kong’s 2017 Wine Luxe International Awards, one of Asia’s highest profile wine events.

Three-Year Deal For TSBE

Three-Year Deal For TSBE

Toowoomba Regional Council has endorsed a new three-year funding deal for the Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise (TSBE), a key economic development organisation in the region.

Storm Strikes Murgon Fair … Again

Storm Strikes Murgon Fair … Again

A large storm which cut short Murgon’s annual Christmas Fair on Friday night may be the last straw for the festival’s organisers.

CTC Says Thank You

CTC Says Thank You

Retiring treasurer Max Lehmann was presented with a gift for his many years of service at the South Burnett CTC annual general meeting held in Kingaroy recently.

ALDI Recalls Hot Dogs

ALDI Recalls Hot Dogs

ALDI supermarkets have recalled American-Style Skinless Hot Dogs after pieces of bone were detected in some items.

MP Welcomes Royal Commission

MP Welcomes Royal Commission

Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien – one of the LNP backbenchers who had been pressing hard for a judicial inquiry into Australian banks  – has welcomed the Royal Commission announced last week.

Winter Crop Yields Slashed

Winter Crop Yields Slashed

Mixed seasonal conditions have slashed winter crop yields in Australia, according to the Australian crop report released on Tuesday by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences.

KCCI Re-Elects Executive Team

KCCI Re-Elects Executive Team

The Kingaroy Chamber Of Commerce and Industry re-elected their 2017 management team at their Annual General Meeting last week, along with two new board members.

Loads Of Love For The Pantry

Loads Of Love For The Pantry

The South Burnett Pantry is hoping that shoppers will extend “loads of love” to help less fortunate local residents have a happier Christmas.

Black Spot Program Round 3 Opens

Black Spot Program Round 3 Opens

The Federal Government has begun the tender process for Round 3 of the Mobile Black Spot Program, which aims to improve mobile coverage at 106 locations around Australia.

Backpacker Exploitation ‘Endemic’

Backpacker Exploitation ‘Endemic’

Workplace exploitation of international students and backpackers in Australia is endemic and severe, a joint study by two Sydney universities has found.

Wellcamp Airport Marks Third Birthday

Wellcamp Airport Marks Third Birthday

Toowoomba’s Wellcamp Airport not only notched up its third birthday this week, but has also won an award for its cargo business.

Support Flows To LNP

Support Flows To LNP

Elections can be expensive things, but in the seat of Nanango it looks like all the money is flowing to the LNP with only one donation disclosed for the ALP.

Cooyar Post Office To Close

Cooyar Post Office To Close

Cooyar residents have been advised by Australia Post their local postal agency will be closing on November 30.

$20,000 Grant To Hire Mature-Aged

$20,000 Grant To Hire Mature-Aged

Employers will be eligible for up to $20,000 through the State Government’s Back to Work program when they hire a mature-aged jobseeker aged 55 and over.

LNP & ALP Both Saying<br /> They Won’t Close Tarong

LNP & ALP Both Saying
They Won’t Close Tarong

MP Deb Frecklington has defended a report which warned Tarong Power Station could close in 2018-19

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