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Warmest<BR> Winter On Record

Warmest
Winter On Record

Australia has just endured its warmest winter on record, according to a report by the Climate Council

Music And All That Jazz

Music And All That Jazz

South Burnett residents enjoyed a posh evening of orchestral music and fine dining at the Kingaroy Town Hall last Saturday night.

Two Horse Riders Injured

Two Horse Riders Injured

Two riders were injured in separate falls from horses at the weekend.

Written Learner Driver Test To Be Axed

Written Learner Driver Test To Be Axed

The State Government plans to scrap the written learner driver’s test and replace it with an online test

New Rehabilitation Service For Region

New Rehabilitation Service For Region

The South Burnett will get a new drug and alcohol rehabilitation service as the result of a “community ice forum” called by Member for Maranoa David Littleproud in June.

PCYC Unveils Driving Simulator

PCYC Unveils Driving Simulator

The South Burnett PCYC is running a special road safety program over the school holidays for children aged 15 or above, or adults eager to brush up their skills.

Book Chronicles Church’s Centenary

Book Chronicles Church’s Centenary

A new history of the “Little Cathedral In The Bush” by Nanango historian Elizabeth Caffrey seems certain to become an essential addition to any South Burnett history collection.

Obituary – Gordon Buchanan

Obituary – Gordon Buchanan

A funeral service will be held on Friday for former Wondai Shire councillor and well-known Proston identity Gordon Buchanan.

Car Wash Targeted … Again

Car Wash Targeted … Again

The Kingaroy Car and Dog Wash in Rogers Drive has been targeted again by a thief, just months after another robbery caused up to $60,000 damage at the business.

Are You A Former Volunteer?

Are You A Former Volunteer?

Are you a former Meals on Wheels helper at Wondai? If so, long-time volunteer Michelle Smith would like to hear from you ASAP.

Timbertown Ready To Avo Good Time

Timbertown Ready To Avo Good Time

Blackbutt is gearing up for its annual Avocado Festival … and this year’s outing on Saturday (September 9) could be the biggest yet.

Stolen Firearms Surrendered

Stolen Firearms Surrendered

Dozens of firearms previously reported stolen have been surrendered under the National Firearm Amnesty

Licensing Plan To Stamp<br /> Out Labour Hire Cheats

Licensing Plan To Stamp
Out Labour Hire Cheats

The State Government will “stamp out” unscrupulous labour hire operators who rip off vulnerable workers

‘No Effect On Power Stations’

‘No Effect On Power Stations’

The re-starting of the mothballed Swanbank E Power Station near Ipswich is not expected to have any effect on Stanwell’s activities at Tarong and Tarong North.

Radel To Run In Callide

Radel To Run In Callide

North Burnett councillor Robbie Radel has put up his hand to stand for Katter’s Australian Party in Callide at the next State election.

Bellringers Coming To Kingaroy

Bellringers Coming To Kingaroy

A Brisbane-based community handbell ensemble which is celebrating 10 years of music making will be coming to Kingaroy on Tuesday, September 26.

Emergency Beacon Guides Search

Emergency Beacon Guides Search

An injured trail bike rider was rescued on Saturday morning after spending an uncomfortable night in bushland off Black Snake Road, south-east of Kilkivan.

Nanango Farmer Struck By Tractor

Nanango Farmer Struck By Tractor

A 64-year-old man suffered abdominal and lower back injuries in a farming accident near Nanango on Thursday afternoon.

Blackwood To Stand For ALP

Blackwood To Stand For ALP

Biloela resident Darren Blackwood has been named as the Australian Labor Party’s candidate for Callide in the upcoming State Election.

Cardell Says Thanks<BR> With A Fun Day Out

Cardell Says Thanks
With A Fun Day Out

Cardell Turner didn’t think he’d live to see his family again … now he wants to thank LifeFlight

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