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Man Dies In<br> Boondooma Crash

Man Dies In
Boondooma Crash

A man has died following a single-vehicle crash near Boondooma on Monday afternoon

Christmas Carnival Returns To Nanango

Christmas Carnival Returns To Nanango

Nanango’s Christmas Carnival made a triumphant return to Pioneer Park on Thursday night after a gap of eight years, and local children couldn’t have been happier.

Driver ‘Threatened With Rifle’

Driver ‘Threatened With Rifle’

Police have arrested a 47-year-old Kingaroy man after a motorist was allegedly threatened with a rifle on River Road.

Armistice Ball Raises $6600 For Legacy

Armistice Ball Raises $6600 For Legacy

Legacy received a special donation from the South Burnett Community Orchestra last Friday that will help local Legatees over the festive season.

Help Came Flying For Kory

Help Came Flying For Kory

The Queensland campdraft community sprung into action to help the family of a toddler badly injured in a farming accident in September.

Five Charged With Drug Driving

Five Charged With Drug Driving

Five drivers have been charged with drug driving after being pulled over in Kingaroy by the Kingaroy Road Policing Unit … including four in just one shift!

Local Heroes Receive Bravery Awards

Local Heroes Receive Bravery Awards

The South Burnett Regional Council has awarded Bravery Certificates to four residents who displayed exceptional courage this year.

$1.9m Kickstarts Bunnings Construction

$1.9m Kickstarts Bunnings Construction

Hardware retailer Bunnings has invested more than $1.9 million to prepare the site for their new store near Rogers Drive in Kingaroy.

Murgon Christmas Carnival Cancelled

Murgon Christmas Carnival Cancelled

Murgon’s popular Christmas Carnival – one of the town’s iconic annual events – will not be held this year.

Bail Granted After Blackbutt Stabbing

Bail Granted After Blackbutt Stabbing

A 30-year-old Blackbutt man charged with unlawful wounding after a stabbing incident in Blackbutt on Tuesday afternoon has been granted bail.

Police ‘Shocked’ By Taser Finds

Police ‘Shocked’ By Taser Finds

In the space of just four hours last week, police seized three illegal tasers in Kingaroy in separate incidents.

Nicole’s Starting Her Dream Career

Nicole’s Starting Her Dream Career

Nanango’s Nicole Knott has some big dreams – including travelling the world as a cruise ship dancer – and she’s working hard to turn them into reality.

RAAF To Conduct Night Exercises

RAAF To Conduct Night Exercises

South Burnett residents shouldn’t be alarmed if they hear more aircraft than usual flying about at night over the next few days.

Inquiry To Examine Vegetation Policies

Inquiry To Examine Vegetation Policies

A day after the State LNP called for an inquiry into Queensland’s bushfires, its Federal colleagues have announced one will be held – but it will include vegetation management policies across Australia.

Toowoomba Economy Hits $10.8b

Toowoomba Economy Hits $10.8b

After breaking the $10 billion mark for the first time last year, the Toowoomba Region’s economy grew to $10.81 billion as of June 30, 2018.

NaTDA Elects New President

NaTDA Elects New President

Nanango Tourism and Development Association has elected a new president for 2018-19

Last Week For Toy Run Gifts

Last Week For Toy Run Gifts

People who’d like to help disadvantaged local children enjoy a brighter Christmas have until this Thursday (December 6) to donate a soft toy to this year’s South Burnett Toy Run.

No Respite Yet From Hot Weather

No Respite Yet From Hot Weather

The Bureau of Meteorology says heat records have tumbled in an extraordinary week of widespread and protracted heatwave conditions across eastern Queensland.

Archbishop To Visit Kingaroy

Archbishop To Visit Kingaroy

The Anglican Archbishop of Brisbane, the Most Reverend Dr Phillip Aspinall, will be making a pre-Christmas visit to Kingaroy in December.

‘Another Year Of Hard Work’

‘Another Year Of Hard Work’

It has been another year of hard work for South Burnett CTC with a “deluge” of issues that have taxed resources at times, the annual general meeting was told last week.

$81,000 To Restock Dams

$81,000 To Restock Dams

The State Government will spend $81,000 to boost native fish numbers in the South Burnett’s three major dams

Firefighters Called To Three Blazes

Firefighters Called To Three Blazes

Smoke billowing over Kingaroy on Monday afternoon came from a large fire burning in vacant land behind houses in Knight Street.

Sippel Selected For Brisbane Heat

Sippel Selected For Brisbane Heat

Murgon cricketer Courtney Sippel’s career has taken off with her selection this week in the Brisbane Heat squad for the upcoming Women’s Big Bash League competition.

$15,000 Holiday Up For Grabs

$15,000 Holiday Up For Grabs

South Burnett residents are being encouraged to get into the festive spirit and enter this year’s Hancock Prospecting Christmas Lights competition.

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