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Morning Tea<BR> Raises Almost $1000

Morning Tea
Raises Almost $1000

The South Burnett has been a beehive of morning teas lately … and all for a good cause

Take The Pledge: Drive Safely!

Take The Pledge: Drive Safely!

Your really don’t want to meet these three when they’re hard at work … if you do, you’re probably trapped, seriously injured or dying out on a local highway.

Parks Consultations Start This Weekend

Parks Consultations Start This Weekend

The South Burnett Regional Council will kick off public consultations this weekend for its controversial draft Sport and Recreation Infrastructure Plan.

Portrait Workshop On Sunday

Portrait Workshop On Sunday

Love digital photography? Want to improve your portraiture skills and get tips from genuine experts? Then mark this Sunday (May 20) in your diary.

Les Mis … Not To Be Missed!

Les Mis … Not To Be Missed!

The South Burnett is in for a rare treat this week when the curtain goes up on the South Burnett Musical Comedy Society’s latest production, a choral adaptation of Les Miserables.

$7.4m To Target Council Corruption

$7.4m To Target Council Corruption

The State Government has allocated an extra $7.4 million funding to the Crime and Corruption Commission to target corruption in local councils.

Stanwell Digs Deep For Heritage House

Stanwell Digs Deep For Heritage House

Heritage House in Yarraman threw a special celebration on Monday morning to thank Stanwell for their help in giving the historic building a new lease on life.

Students Breathe New Life Into Old School

Students Breathe New Life Into Old School

The old Greenview State School building has seen generations of young children come and go through its doors, so it seemed a shame that for the past five years it has been sitting vacant in Kingaroy.

Woman Charged Over Moonshine

Woman Charged Over Moonshine

Kingaroy police have uncovered a large-scale illicit alcohol operation in Nanango that has allegedly been running for 16 years.

Where To Have Your<br> Say On Draft Parks Plan

Where To Have Your
Say On Draft Parks Plan

Council has released the times and locations for one-on-one consultations over its draft parks plan

Happy Campers Gather At Kilkivan

Happy Campers Gather At Kilkivan

So you’re happy with a few hundred – or a few thousand – “likers” on your Facebook page? How would more than 217,000 sound?

Joshua’s Ready For Another Record

Joshua’s Ready For Another Record

Murgon youngster Joshua Williams, 7, is waiting for his world record 10km run last month in Brisbane to be officially ratified by the international authorities … but in the meantime he has his eyes set on breaking another.

Tourists Flock To Rail Trail

Tourists Flock To Rail Trail

The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail played host to two events over the weekend which brought 300 tourists to the South Burnett, and a lot of extra business to Blackbutt.

Kingaroy Show’s Ready To Go!

Kingaroy Show’s Ready To Go!

This year’s Kingaroy Show show will feature all the usual fun of the fair plus a huge Saturday evening of entertainment.

Have You Seen Ernest?

Have You Seen Ernest?

Police are seeking public assistance to help find an elderly man who has been missing from Riverview since Thursday morning (May 3).

Origin Icons Coming To Region

Origin Icons Coming To Region

Rugby league fans who’d like to spend an evening in the company of famous league players Bryan Niebling, Steve Renouf and Trevor Gillmeister should pencil May 17 into their diaries now.

Fundraising Was On A Rock’n’Roll

Fundraising Was On A Rock’n’Roll

St Mary’s Rock and Roll Trivia Night at the weekend was definitely musical but it was anything but a trivial pursuit.

Government Rolls Out $50 ‘Power Dividend’

Government Rolls Out $50 ‘Power Dividend’

Almost two million Queensland households will receive a $50 credit on their next power bill to fulfil a State Government promise to make electricity more affordable.

Ex-Mayor Shares Expo Memories

Ex-Mayor Shares Expo Memories

There may have been 70 people through the exhibition on Monday, but Tuesday was THE big day for Kingaroy’s 30th anniversary Expo 88 exhibition.

Shirtless Shadow Boxer Fined

Shirtless Shadow Boxer Fined

An 18-year-old who was shadow boxing was arrested by police and taken to the Kingaroy Watchhouse

Opening Day For Expo Exhibition

Opening Day For Expo Exhibition

The official opening of Kingaroy’s special 30th Anniversary Expo 88 exhibition will be carried out on May 1 by special guest Sallyanne Atkinson.

Markers Make Rail Trail Safer

Markers Make Rail Trail Safer

The South Burnett Regional Council has begun installing QR2id safety markers along the South Burnett Rail Trail to improve safety for trail users.

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