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Caravan Blamed For Crash

Caravan Blamed For Crash

A vehicle pulling a caravan has been blamed for a crash which occurred south of Cooyar on Tuesday

Historical Society Debates Its Future

Historical Society Debates Its Future

The Nanango Historical Society will debate a motion to close down at its Annual General Meeting on Thursday, August 2.

United Servo Opens In Nanango

United Servo Opens In Nanango

Nanango’s updated United Petroleum service station opened on Monday after several months of construction.

Kingaroy<BR> Streetscape Put On Hold

Kingaroy
Streetscape Put On Hold

Kingaroy’s CBD upgrade has been put on hold after failing to win a $2 million Federal Government grant for the project

Stanwell To Call Tenders For Mine

Stanwell To Call Tenders For Mine

Stanwell Corporation will call for tenders later this year seeking companies interested in operating its Meandu coal mine at Tarong.

Grant Will Help Gallery Expand

Grant Will Help Gallery Expand

The Wondai Regional Art Gallery will get a new kitchen and extra storage facilities soon, thanks to a $31,000 grant from the Federal Government.

Rail Trail Guide Released Online

Rail Trail Guide Released Online

A new guide covering the South Burnett Rail Trail has been released and can be downloaded online.

Rail Trail<br> Project Moving Ahead

Rail Trail
Project Moving Ahead

A shed being built next to the South Burnett Rail Trail will soon house an historic display

Scouts Lend A Helping Hand

Scouts Lend A Helping Hand

There were some unfamiliar faces behind the counter at the Nanango Lions’ food van at the monthly Nanango markets on Saturday.

Top Teams Clash On Saturday

Top Teams Clash On Saturday

South Burnett football fans who’ve been starved of top-tier action will be able to see some great games at Tom Alford Oval in Kingaroy this month.

FAGs Grant Will Draw Interest

FAGs Grant Will Draw Interest

The South Burnett Regional Council will put this year’s Financial Assistance Grant (FAGs) to work immediately … by putting the money in the bank.

Scots Get Ready To Go Bush

Scots Get Ready To Go Bush

Anyone with even a drop of Scots blood should be drawn to Boondooma Homestead next month by the skirl of pipes and the beat of drums at Scots in the Bush.

Extra Police Called In To Help

Extra Police Called In To Help

Police from the Tactical Crime Squad have been called in to boost numbers in the Murgon and Cherbourg areas following an incident at the weekend where officers were pelted with rocks and bottles.

R&R Dancers Ready To Raise Hell

R&R Dancers Ready To Raise Hell

Rock ‘n’ roll dancers from all around South-East Queensland are preparing to descend on Maidenwell this weekend for the annual Raising Hell In Maidenwell camp-out weekend.

Students Brew Up Boom Businesses

Students Brew Up Boom Businesses

A group of 15 Kingaroy State High School students now know a lot more about running a small business after completing a four-day ECOMAN Program this week.

Dealership Staff Win Seven Awards

Dealership Staff Win Seven Awards

Staff at Kingaroy’s John Dundas Holden have come up trumps for customer service and product knowledge, winning seven awards in this year’s Holden Guild Of Excellence program.

MP Attacks ‘Grey Nomad Tax’

MP Attacks ‘Grey Nomad Tax’

Opposition Leader and Member for Nanango┬áDeb Frecklington has called on the State Government to scrap what she describes as a “heartless” tax on grey nomads.

Deputy Mayor Shares Budget Concerns

Deputy Mayor Shares Budget Concerns

South Burnett Deputy Mayor Kathy Duff says while she is broadly happy with Council’s 2018-19 Budget, changes to road funding and cuts to community groups are causing her concern.

Freak Accident Kills Rodeo Contractor

Freak Accident Kills Rodeo Contractor

Well-known Mundubbera bull contractor Brian King, 58, has been killed in a freak accident at the Woodford Show.

Campers Will Tag Along With Beccy

Campers Will Tag Along With Beccy

Country singer Beccy Cole is not only coming to next year’s Maidenwell Country Muster, she’ll be bringing up to 100 of her closest “friends” along with her, too!

Local Towns Vulnerable To Bushfires

Local Towns Vulnerable To Bushfires

Firefighters have singled out Benarkin, Wattle Camp and Wondai as being vulnerable to bushfires over the next few months.

Workshop Makes A Social Impact

Workshop Makes A Social Impact

The question of how individuals can tackle pressing social issues isn’t a topic that comes up very often around the dinner table.

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