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Jobs Claims<BR> ‘A Cruel Hoax’

Jobs Claims
‘A Cruel Hoax’

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has questioned the worth of the Works For Queensland program

Red Cross Branch Celebrates Centenary

Red Cross Branch Celebrates Centenary

The Nanango Branch of Red Cross celebrated its 100th birthday with a morning tea on Tuesday, and guests came from all over the region to attend.

Lions Welcome Exchange Students

Lions Welcome Exchange Students

Nanango Lions held a small barbecue lunch at Lions Park on Sunday to introduce three exchange students to the town, and present cheques to four Nanango community groups into the bargain.

Brothers Collide On Trail Bikes

Brothers Collide On Trail Bikes

A 12-year-old boy was injured when two brothers riding trail bikes accidentally crashed into each other on a property near Kingaroy on Sunday morning.

Chance To Protest Against Postcode

Chance To Protest Against Postcode

Blackbutt and Benarkin residents will finally have a chance to complain face-to-face to Australia Post representatives about their bizarre postcode problem next week.

Vandals Disrupt Murgon Railhead Plan

Vandals Disrupt Murgon Railhead Plan

The Murgon Men’s Shed’s plan to refurbish two railway carriages and create a Murgon railhead has been dealt a blow by vandals.

Artist Aims For Archibald Glory

Artist Aims For Archibald Glory

Sunshine Coast artist Jandamarra Cadd – who has twice exhibited at the Wondai Art Gallery – has submitted a portrait of actor Jack Charles into this year’s Archibald Prize.

Bikers Open<BR> Region’s First Bikery

Bikers Open
Region’s First Bikery

A unique new business opened its doors in Wooroolin on July 1 with a motorcycle tour and parade

NBN Network Passes Milestone

NBN Network Passes Milestone

The Federal Government says two-thirds of the NBN broadband network in regional, rural and remote Australia is complete.

Two Hurt In Weekend Mishaps

Two Hurt In Weekend Mishaps

A teenager suffered injuries falling from a motorbike at Motocross Mountain near Cooyar on Sunday

Hall Car Park Plan In Doubt

Hall Car Park Plan In Doubt

The future of Blackbutt Memorial Hall’s $500,000 car park and landscaping has been thrown into doubt after the South Burnett Regional Council failed to get a matching contribution from the State Government.

Council To Host Tourism Workshop

Council To Host Tourism Workshop

The South Burnett Regional Council will try to map out a new path to grow the region’s tourism industry, which has been in the doldrums for several years.

QFES Honours Cherbourg Firefighter

QFES Honours Cherbourg Firefighter

The opening may have been a bit delayed – the $1.2m station was actually built in 2012 – but that took nothing away from the official opening ceremony for the “new” Cherbourg Fire Station on Wednesday.

Man Dies, Woman Badly Hurt In Crash

Man Dies, Woman Badly Hurt In Crash

An elderly woman was airlifted to hospital on Tuesday with serious injuries after a fatal single-vehicle crash on the Esk-Hampton Road.

Councils To Give Reasons<BR> For Development Decisions

Councils To Give Reasons
For Development Decisions

A new planning system will force Councils to publish reasons for development application decisions

New Digital Literacy Program For Cherbourg

New Digital Literacy Program For Cherbourg

Cherbourg will be part of a new program to expand digital literacy to Queensland’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Toowoomba Rates Rise 3pc

Toowoomba Rates Rise 3pc

Toowoomba ratepayers will face a 3 per cent rise in residential rates and a 0.41 per cent rise in charges next financial year after Toowoomba Regional Council adopted its 2017-18 budget on Thursday morning.

Only Days Left To See Crafty Show

Only Days Left To See Crafty Show

Fans of textile art, Alpaca wool creations, lapidary, photography and woodwork only have a few days left to see an exhibition of them at the Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery.

Yarraman Unveils New Website

Yarraman Unveils New Website

The Yarraman Progress Association has unveiled its new website, developed by local resident Helen Mead

Art Workshop ‘First Of Its Kind’

Art Workshop ‘First Of Its Kind’

Love horses? Want to learn how to draw or paint them? An art workshop for adults and children in Blackbutt on Saturday, July 1 could be the answer.

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