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Waterhole<br> Starts Rocking Again

Waterhole
Starts Rocking Again

The Waterhole Rocks rock’n’roll celebration roared into life on Thursday at Nanango Showgrounds

Workshops Raise Awareness Of FASD

Workshops Raise Awareness Of FASD

A series of workshops was held in Cherbourg recently to help raise awareness about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and how to help people with the condition.

Parish Planning Big Centenary

Parish Planning Big Centenary

Kumbia Catholics are gearing up to celebrate the centenary of Our Lady Of Peace Church next year, with plans for a big weekend of celebrations and the launch of a commemorative book.

Ag Minister Urges Supermarket Boycott

Ag Minister Urges Supermarket Boycott

Agriculture Minister David Littleproud has told supermarket chain Aldi to “take a running jump” and has suggested shoppers avoid Coles and Woolworths supermarkets altogether.

Relay For Life Ducks For Cover

Relay For Life Ducks For Cover

For the second year in a row, the South Burnett’s annual Relay For Life has been forced to take cover due to wet weather.

Find Out More About The NDIS

Find Out More About The NDIS

Are you feeling confused about the National Disability Insurance Scheme, ie. the NDIS?

Two Spots Nominated For Towers

Two Spots Nominated For Towers

South Burnett Regional Council has nominated Mt Mowbullum, on the Bunya Mountains, and Boondooma as priority locations for new mobile phone towers.

Fun Day At Blackbutt Course

Fun Day At Blackbutt Course

Blackbutt District Community Organisation held its inaugural Putt-a-Putt event at the Blackbutt Golf Club on Sunday.

Hayden Suffers Neck Injuries

Hayden Suffers Neck Injuries

Kingaroy’s favourite son, Matthew Hayden, says he “dodged a bullet” after suffering neck injuries while surfing at Stradbroke Island on Friday.

Man Charged Over Shotgun

Man Charged Over Shotgun

Acting on information received by police, detectives from from Kingaroy CIB and uniformed officers pulled over a Mitsubishi stationwagon on Butts Lane in Nanango at 6.50am on Friday.

Council Joins<BR> Garage Sale Trail

Council Joins
Garage Sale Trail

400,000 people across the country are expected to take part in the Garage Sale Trail on October 20-21

A Ripper Time At Maidenwell

A Ripper Time At Maidenwell

Maidenwell was buzzing at the weekend for the town’s inaugural Post Rip Challenge, an event which grew out of last year’s woodchop / postripping charity fundraiser.

Hospital Casualty Staff ‘Abused’

Hospital Casualty Staff ‘Abused’

A man has been charged after police were called to a disturbance in the casualty department at Kingaroy Hospital in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Speedway Season Is On A Roll

Speedway Season Is On A Roll

The new South Burnett speedway season got off to a smashing start last weekend with lap records broken and some spectacular crashes in a big night of racing.

Vintage Fans Rally In Kingaroy

Vintage Fans Rally In Kingaroy

Everything from the smallest stationary engine to the largest semi-trailer was on display at the recent Kingaroy and District Machinery Club Rally in Kingaroy.

Book A Scan And Save A Life

Book A Scan And Save A Life

Hundreds of women in the Nanango area are in the target age group for a breast screen but have never had a mammogram, according to the BreastScreen Queensland Toowoomba Service.

More Grants For Local Heroes

More Grants For Local Heroes

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has announced the latest round of her Local Hero Grants, with four lucky recipients each receiving $250.

Drought Committee Sacking ‘A Disgrace’

Drought Committee Sacking ‘A Disgrace’

Shadow Agriculture Minister Tony Perrett has slammed the shock sacking of a Local Drought Committee by the State Government.
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Boost In Drought Aid

Boost In Drought Aid

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced a boost in drought assistance from the Queensland Drought Appeal.

Community Consultation ‘Appalling’

Community Consultation ‘Appalling’

A proposal to put the renaming of a Nanango streetscape feature out to public consultation has slammed by a former South Burnett councillor.

Drought Levy ‘A Good Start’: QDO

Drought Levy ‘A Good Start’: QDO

The Queensland Dairyfarmers Organisation says a decision by Woolworths and Coles to back the 10 cent “Drought Levy” on milk is a good start.

Healthy Living Celebrated In Proston

Healthy Living Celebrated In Proston

Proston’s inaugural Healthy Living Forum was a big success on Saturday … and there was also a big surprise for one of the organisers.

Woman Held Up With Syringe

Woman Held Up With Syringe

Kingaroy Police are investigating an attempted armed robbery which occurred in Glendon Street on Tuesday afternoon.

Nanango Schools Get A Little Safer

Nanango Schools Get A Little Safer

Nanango’s schools will all be a little bit safer soon, thanks to the Heritage Nanango Community Fund and the South Burnett Regional Council.

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