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Councils Praise<BR> State Government Program

Councils Praise
State Government Program

A local mayor and CEO star in a new video praising the State Government’s Works for Queensland program

Amnesty Attracts 16,000 Weapons

Amnesty Attracts 16,000 Weapons

Police Minister Mark Ryan and Acting Deputy Police Commissioner Bob Gee on Friday viewed some of the 16,000 guns Queenslanders have handed in as part of the national gun amnesty.

Council Invests<BR> $250,000 Into CBD Upgrade

Council Invests
$250,000 Into CBD Upgrade

The face of Kingaroy will begin to change in 2018-19 as the result of a CBD upgrade

Good News … It’s Not Being Demolished

Good News … It’s Not Being Demolished

Kumbia residents can breathe a sigh of relief … the Peace Lutheran Church Hall is not going to be demolished after all.

Green Elected NaTDA President

Green Elected NaTDA President

Former Nanango and South Burnett Councillor Barry Green has been elected as the new president of the Nanango Tourism and Development Association.

Moreton Outlines Plan<br /> To Pay Off Tax Debt

Moreton Outlines Plan
To Pay Off Tax Debt

Moreton Resources has put forward a “payment plan” to pay off its $8.18 million debt to the ATO

SupaIGA Backs Christmas Carnival

SupaIGA Backs Christmas Carnival

Planning is well under way for this year’s Kingaroy Christmas Carnival which will be held on December 14.

Art Competition Dazzles And Delights

Art Competition Dazzles And Delights

A crowd of more than 70 packed the Wondai Regional Art Gallery on Friday night to help launch this year’s South Burnett and Cherbourg On Show Festival.

Solar Farm Plan Submitted To Council

Solar Farm Plan Submitted To Council

Plans for a 130ha solar farm to be built 3km east of Kingaroy have been submitted to the South Burnett Regional Council.

Horse Ride Went Off Without A Hitch

Horse Ride Went Off Without A Hitch

The 2017 Kilkivan Great Horse Ride went off as planned at the weekend, although the heat in the lead-up cut back the number of riders substantially.

Mustangs Win NRL’s Grassroots Award

Mustangs Win NRL’s Grassroots Award

The Murgon Mustangs Junior Rugby League Club has been named the 2017 NRL Community Awards “Grassroots Club of the Year”.

Fire Threat Eases At Cherbourg

Fire Threat Eases At Cherbourg

Two water bombers, a helicopter and multiple fire units were called to Cherbourg on Friday afternoon

Rural Production Hits Record $19.95bn

Rural Production Hits Record $19.95bn

Queensland’s agriculture, fisheries and forestry production has almost reached a record level of $20 billion for the 2016-17 financial year.

Happy Campers Donate $1000

Happy Campers Donate $1000

The Nanango and District Netball Club moved $1000 closer to their goal of raising $240,000 for new netball courts on Tuesday, thanks to a surprise donation from visiting caravanners.

Get Ready For Family Fun On Saturday

Get Ready For Family Fun On Saturday

Families looking for an inexpensive day out should head to Kingaroy’s Memorial Park this Saturday, September 30

Fire Crews Contain Booie Blaze

Fire Crews Contain Booie Blaze

Firefighters called in a large bulldozer to clear scrub in a bid to control a fire burning along Smith Road at Booie on Monday afternoon.

Another Bushfire At Taromeo

Another Bushfire At Taromeo

Multiple fire crews are attending another bushfire burning in the Taromeo area … this time near Taromeo Rise and Old Esk Road.

Be Careful This Weekend!

Be Careful This Weekend!

Firefighters are urging Queenslanders to be prepared and alert as the fire danger rises to extreme in parts of the State this weekend.

Jobless Rate Continues To Rise

Jobless Rate Continues To Rise

The latest figures from the Bureau of Statistics show that unemployment is still rising in the Wide Bay area despite small falls in other parts of the State.

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.

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