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Wildlife<BR> Ambulance Hits Streets

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Ambulance Hits Streets

“Dingo” Simon’s crowdfunding campaign to buy a “wildlife ambulance” has paid off

Kumbians Pause For Santa Claus

Kumbians Pause For Santa Claus

Santa Claus made an exciting appearance at the Kumbia Christmas Carnival this year, and was mobbed by eager children the moment he set foot in the grounds.

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.

Christmas Gifts From Ulysses Club

Christmas Gifts From Ulysses Club

A year’s worth of sausage sizzles has led to some nice Christmas presents for three not-for-profit groups

Hospital Open Day Draws A Crowd

Hospital Open Day Draws A Crowd

A recent Open Day at the Lady Bjelke-Petersen Community Hospital was judged a success by organisers.

Council CEO To Retire

Council CEO To Retire

The South Burnett Regional Council’s most senior officer will step down from his post next year.

Dragon’s Tale Now In Libraries

Dragon’s Tale Now In Libraries

South Burnett libraries are now stocking a book produced by a local author to help people struggling with mental health issues, particularly depression and bullying.

Barry’s Work Hasn’t Gone Unnoticed

Barry’s Work Hasn’t Gone Unnoticed

Barry Richardson – and his dog “Tank” – are a familiar sight around Blackbutt … at times, Barry seems to be involved in just about everything that goes on in the town!

Nine Guides Win Top Award

Nine Guides Win Top Award

Last year the Kingaroy Girl Guides painted a new name on their Junior BP Award honour board – the first one they’d added to it in the past ten years.

New Award For Yarraman Creek

New Award For Yarraman Creek

The Friends Of Yarraman Creek have been selected as runners-up in this year’s Queensland State Landcare Awards.

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.

Men’s Shed Finalist In Awards

Men’s Shed Finalist In Awards

The Murgon Men’s Shed was a finalist in the Queensland Community Achievement Awards announced on Saturday night in Brisbane.

Sportsbet Tips Hung Parliament

Sportsbet Tips Hung Parliament

With just days to Saturday’s State Election, Sportsbet tip Queensland will emerge with a hung parliament

Poisoned Trees Had Just Been Trimmed

Poisoned Trees Had Just Been Trimmed

Eight poisoned trees in Drayton and Fitzroy streets, Nanango, had only just been trimmed by the South Burnett Regional Council, Cr Roz Frohloff said on Tuesday.

Two Weeks Left To See Exhibition

Two Weeks Left To See Exhibition

Art fans have until December 3 to see a stunning new exhibition at the Kingaroy Art Gallery

LNP Electorate Promises Total $69.75m

LNP Electorate Promises Total $69.75m

The LNP has made a total of $69.75 million in election promises to the Nanango Electorate which it has committed to fulfil if it wins government at the November 25 State Election.

Art Funding Could Target Silos

Art Funding Could Target Silos

Could Kingaroy’s iconic peanut silos become an artistic masterpiece if the ALP retains power at the State Election?

LNP Promises $400,000 For Clubhouse

LNP Promises $400,000 For Clubhouse

A key LNP election promise from the last State Election campaign – to help support South Burnett people with a mental illness reconnect with the community – has been revived for this campaign, with a more generous proposal for funding.

Australians Say ‘I Do’ To Marriage Poll

Australians Say ‘I Do’ To Marriage Poll

The Australian Bureau of Statistics has finished its counting and the results are in … a majority of Australians in all States favour a change in the law to allow same-sex couples to marry.

Mayor Calls For Police Action On Trees

Mayor Calls For Police Action On Trees

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell has condemned the person or persons responsible for poisoning trees in Nanango’s CBD, and hopes police look into it to find those responsible.

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