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Road Upgrade<BR> At Crawford

Road Upgrade
At Crawford

Roadworks are scheduled to begin on Monday to upgrade a 400 metre stretch of Murphy’s Road at Crawford

Container Refund Scheme Postponed

Container Refund Scheme Postponed

Queensland’s container refund scheme, which was due to start on July 1, has been postponed to November 1.

Speeding Driver Charged Over Thefts

Speeding Driver Charged Over Thefts

A 20-year-old Yarraman woman has been charged after a safe, allegedly stolen from Redcliffe, was located in the Yarraman State Forest last week.

Two Hurt As Caravans Collide

Two Hurt As Caravans Collide

Two people have been taken to hospital with minor injuries after two vehicles pulling caravans collided on the D’Aguilar Highway just outside Nanango on Monday afternoon.

Councillors Get Integrity Hotline

Councillors Get Integrity Hotline

Mayors and Councillors will soon be able to seek advice from the Queensland Integrity Commissioner as part of the State Government’s increased transparency and accountability agenda.

Army Cadets Looking For New Recruits

Army Cadets Looking For New Recruits

Wondai’s 135 Army Cadet Unit will be having two recruitment intakes this year – one this Sunday, February 11 and another in June.

Have Your Say On Five-Year Plan

Have Your Say On Five-Year Plan

The South Burnett Regional Council will be holding a series of public meetings on February 8 and 15 to invite public input about what its priorities should be for the coming five years.

Auskick Programs Ready To Kick Off

Auskick Programs Ready To Kick Off

Auskick, an introductory program for Aussie Rules, will be running in Blackbutt, Nanango and Kingaroy this year.

Rain Can’t Lick Stamp Fair

Rain Can’t Lick Stamp Fair

Saturday’s rain failed to dampen enthusiasm for the Nanango Stamp Club’s annual Stamp Fair

Local Groups Given $593,375

Local Groups Given $593,375

Twenty organisations in the Nanango Electorate have received a total of $593,375 in funding under Round 94 of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund.

Liz Settles<BR> In At Hospital

Liz Settles
In At Hospital

Meet Liz Livingstone, the new Director of Nursing – Facility Manager at Kingaroy Hospital.

Children, Adults Face 110 Charges

Children, Adults Face 110 Charges

Police have arrested more than 20 people after a series of break-ins and car thefts in the Murgon area over the December-January school holidays.

Invasive Water Weed Found In Region

Invasive Water Weed Found In Region

Farmers and other South Burnett residents have been urged to report sightings of a water weed found for the first time in the area recently.

Local Singers Win Golden Guitars

Local Singers Win Golden Guitars

Two well-known South Burnett country singers walked away with prestigious awards at the 2018 Toyota Golden Guitars in Tamworth on Saturday night.

Council Plans Storm Recovery BBQs

Council Plans Storm Recovery BBQs

The South Burnett Regional Council will be hosting two free Storm Recovery Community Barbecues in February for people impacted by the Boxing Day and New Year’s Eve storms.

Have You Seen This Van?

Have You Seen This Van?

Kingaroy Police are asking South Burnett residents to help locate a Jayco Starcraft caravan stolen from Fisher Street in Kingaroy recently.

Australia Day Praise For Cherbourg Firies

Australia Day Praise For Cherbourg Firies

Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council was presented with an Australia Day Appreciation Certificate on Wednesday at the QFES North Coast Region Australia Day Awards.

Calling All Women Artists!

Calling All Women Artists!

Kingaroy artist Olivia Everitt – the talent behind recent art projects at the South Burnett PCYC, Gumnut Place and the Kingaroy Youth Park – has joined forces with South Burnett Women for a new art project.

Positive Outlook For Region’s Agriculture

Positive Outlook For Region’s Agriculture

The six-month outlook for several of the South Burnett’s key agricultural crops looks positive, according to DAF’s latest AgTrends report.

Help Still Available For Storm Damage

Help Still Available For Storm Damage

Most people who suffered damage from the Boxing Day storm appear to be getting on with repairs themselves, but some people still need support.

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