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New Staff Join<BR> Community Hospital

New Staff Join
Community Hospital

Three new staff have started work at the Lady Bjelke-Peterson Community Hospital

Governor To Open Wondai Show

Governor To Open Wondai Show

This year’s 100th Wondai Show will be officially opened on Saturday, September 2, by His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC, Governor of Queensland.

WAgS To Gather At Kilkivan

WAgS To Gather At Kilkivan

The next South Burnett WAgS Day, for Women in Agriculture, will be held in Kilkivan on Saturday, June 10.

Mayor Defends Hall Charges

Mayor Defends Hall Charges

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell has defended a change in Council’s hall hire fees, which will see not-for-profit community groups paying 50 percent of the commercial rate to hire Council-owned halls in future.

A Day Of Upsets On The Park

A Day Of Upsets On The Park

Saturday’s sixth round of this year’s South Burnett football competition provided a day of upsets for fans.

MP Calls For Road Funding After Crash

MP Calls For Road Funding After Crash

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has again called for more road funding to be spent on a section of the New England Highway between Cooyar and Crows Nest.

MP Calls For More Road Investment

MP Calls For More Road Investment

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has called on the Labor Government to reinstate much needed funding for highways in the Nanango Electorate.

Deek Coming For Reconciliation Fun Run

Deek Coming For Reconciliation Fun Run

World famous Australian marathon runner Robert De Castella will be coming to Cherbourg this Sunday

Police Happy With<BR> Burrandowan Behaviour

Police Happy With
Burrandowan Behaviour

Police detected just eight offences at this year’s Burrandowan Picnic Races – not perfect, but not too bad

Man, 47, Suffers Stab Wound

Man, 47, Suffers Stab Wound

Police are investigating an incident which left a South Burnett man with a stab wound to the abdomen

Police Warn About Fake $50s

Police Warn About Fake $50s

Police have warned that fake $50 notes are again circulating in Queensland

Councils To Share $200,000

Councils To Share $200,000

The State Government is giving local councils $200,000 to help them plan sporting infrastructure for the future.

Murgon, Wondai Now RV Friendly, Too

Murgon, Wondai Now RV Friendly, Too

Murgon and Wondai have become the South Burnett’s second and third RV Friendly towns, following in the footsteps of Nanango which gained the distinction last August.

Mine Rehabilitation Reforms Planned

Mine Rehabilitation Reforms Planned

The State Government plans to introduce major reforms to mine rehabilitation laws in 2018 to prevent mining companies avoiding their obligations to rehabilitate their sites.

Vandals Target CTC … Again

Vandals Target CTC … Again

Not-for-profit community group South Burnett CTC faces a $3000 bill after vandals slashed 28 tyres on seven of their vehicles on Monday night.

Wolves Give Premiers A Scare

Wolves Give Premiers A Scare

The Wondai Wolves ran out of time to run down the Cherbourg Hornets in their opening game of the 2017 South Burnett Rugby League competition last weekend.

Bank Agency Opens In Wondai

Bank Agency Opens In Wondai

Shoppers who dropped into the Wondai Newsagency on Thursday morning got an extra treat with their daily newspaper – a free sausage sizzle breakfast from some bankers.

All-Aussie Week At Muster

All-Aussie Week At Muster

If a musician dared to sing American country music at the annual Spirit Of The Bush Balladeers Muster at Boondooma, they’d most likely be booed (politely) from the stage …

Rugby League Is Ready To Go

Rugby League Is Ready To Go

South Burnett rugby league fans’ wait for the start of the 2017 season is over … there will be a full round of matches played in the region on Saturday, from Under 6s through to Seniors.

$29,943 For Local Groups

$29,943 For Local Groups

The South Burnett Regional Council awarded $29,943 in grants to 22 community groups at Wednesday’s monthly Council meeting.

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