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Smallest Spark Can<br> Start Biggest Fire

Smallest Spark Can
Start Biggest Fire

In the current conditions, just one spark from power tools or machinery could start a massive blaze

Georgie To Take Top Role At AgForce

Georgie To Take Top Role At AgForce

Durong grazier – and ABC Board member – Georgie Somerset is set to become the new General President of rural industry lobby group, AgForce Queensland.

Man Charged Over Quad Bike

Man Charged Over Quad Bike

A 46-year-old Nanango man has been charged in relation to a quad bike allegedly stolen from a property on East Nanango Grindstone Road at Glan Devon on August 6.

$200,000 Boost For CRAICCHS

$200,000 Boost For CRAICCHS

Cherbourg Regional Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services – better known as CRAICCHS – is one of six organisations to receive funding under the latest round of the State Government’s Empowering Families grants program.

Lions Support Private Hospital

Lions Support Private Hospital

Kingaroy Lions Club presented the South Burnett Community Hospital Foundation Board with a cheque for $1000 at its recent meeting held at the Lady Bjelke-Petersen Community Hospital.

Cash Stolen During Break-In

Cash Stolen During Break-In

Kingaroy Police are investigating a break-and-enter at a business on the Bunya Highway

Marietta Earns Distinguished Medal

Marietta Earns Distinguished Medal

Hodgleigh resident Marietta Wetzig has earned Toastmasters International’s highest award – the Distinguished Toastmaster Medal – the first member of the South Burnett club to achieve this honour.

Apprenticeship Offered In Murgon

Apprenticeship Offered In Murgon

Ergon Energy is on the lookout for nine new apprentices, including an opportunity to train as a linesperson in Murgon 

South Nanango Fire Under Control

South Nanango Fire Under Control

Firefighters have contained a grass fire burning beside Izzards Road at South Nanango.

Cattle Producers<br> Call For Tick Support

Cattle Producers
Call For Tick Support

AgForce says a lack of State Government resources is leaving cattle producers more exposed to ticks

South Burnett ‘Overlooked Again’

South Burnett ‘Overlooked Again’

Opposition Leader and Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington says it is unacceptable the South Burnett has been overlooked to host an information forum in preparation for the rollout of the Container Refund Scheme.

Festival Aiming For Sizzling Displays

Festival Aiming For Sizzling Displays

The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry is aiming to add even more sizzle to the upcoming Kingaroy BaconFest by urging local businesses to ham it up.

Three Towns To Get Safer Entries

Three Towns To Get Safer Entries

Blackbutt, Nanango and Murgon are three of 18 rural towns selected for Town Entry Treatments (TET) by the Department of Transport and Main Roads as part of an effort to improve road safety.

Electricity Rebate Scheme Extended

Electricity Rebate Scheme Extended

Households could save up to $225 and small businesses up to $360 over three years, thanks to a three-month extension of Ergon’s Easy Pay Rewards offer.

Toowoomba Aiming For Best Water Win

Toowoomba Aiming For Best Water Win

Toowoomba Regional Council is aiming to take home a gong for having the tastiest water in Queensland when it competes in the state finals of the Ixom Best of the Best Queensland Water Taste Test.

Farmers Welcome NAB Announcement

Farmers Welcome NAB Announcement

AgForce Queensland has welcomed the move by NAB to offer more financial flexibility for its rural customers, and urged other major lenders to follow suit.

Man Injured In Horse Fall

Man Injured In Horse Fall

A man is recovering in hospital after suffering multiple injuries when he fell from his horse about 11:30am on Monday.

Eagles Take Flight In Second Half

Eagles Take Flight In Second Half

South Burnett U18 Eagles’ march to the finals has received a kick along with a hefty full-time score against Toowoomba Brothers last Saturday, and a forfeit by Oakey this weekend.

Spotlight On South Burnett In Brisbane

Spotlight On South Burnett In Brisbane

South Burnett Regional Council and local businesses will again be promoting the best of what the area has to offer at the Regional Flavours food and wine festival in Brisbane this weekend.

Dog Blitz Nabs Hundreds

Dog Blitz Nabs Hundreds

An annual dog inspection program being run by the South Burnett Regional Council is finding between 20 and 30 unregistered dogs every day.

Exhibition Sheds Light On Creativity

Exhibition Sheds Light On Creativity

Guests who visit the Wondai Regional Art Gallery before the end of July will be able to see some of the most unusual lamp stands ever made.

Bumper Year For Lions Fundraising

Bumper Year For Lions Fundraising

The Kingaroy Lions Club’s efforts over the past year raised almost $46,000 the club could give away to good causes.

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