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All Set For Flu Season

All Set For Flu Season

Flu season is just around the corner and predictions are that it could be a bad one

Faith Takes To The Streets

Faith Takes To The Streets

Yarraman’s traditional “A Walk In Faith” has again brought together Christians of different nominations

South Burnett Bowls News

South Burnett Bowls News

Easter is already upon us and Anzac Day isn’t far away either.

Art Moves Outside The Gallery

Art Moves Outside The Gallery

There’ll be no mistaking the location of the Wondai Art Gallery after some hard work this week from a group of gallery volunteers.

Full Fields For Nanango Easter Races

Full Fields For Nanango Easter Races

Nanango Race Club will be holding its annual CROW-FM 90.7 Easter Race Meeting at the Lee Park Raceway on Saturday.

Deadline Looms For Farm Loans

Deadline Looms For Farm Loans

Federal Member for Wide Bay and Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss today encouraged eligible local farm businesses planning to apply for a Farm Finance Concessional Loan this financial year, to act urgently before applications close on April 30.

Rider Hurt In Roo Crash

Rider Hurt In Roo Crash

A 52-year-old man suffered suspected lower leg injuries when his motorbike collided with a kangaroo on the Chinchilla-Wondai Road near Durong about 8:30am today.

Focus Back On Sunnyvale

Focus Back On Sunnyvale

Hot on the heels of its decision to approve the Taabinga Downs relocatable home project, the South Burnett Regional Council yesterday approved alterations to the master plan for parts of the large estate on the northern side of Kingaroy, formerly known as Sunnyvale.

And The Special Guest Star Is …

And The Special Guest Star Is …

Much-loved Australian actor John Wood will be coming to Nanango on May 16-17 for this year’s Big Screen Film Festival.

Dog Inspections Start Next Month

Dog Inspections Start Next Month

The South Burnett Regional Council will run a house-to-house inspection program in the region’s towns and villages between May and November this year to detect unregistered dogs.

Return To Half-Yearly Rates ‘Difficult’

Return To Half-Yearly Rates ‘Difficult’

The South Burnett Regional Council’s attempt to make household budgets easier to manage by introducing quarterly rates is proving hard to wind back.

Wartime Model On Display

Wartime Model On Display

John Dundas Automotive is hosting the historic Kingaroy Airport model created for the Burnett War Museum

Shoeboxes Filled With Hugs

Shoeboxes Filled With Hugs

A project dreamed up in Wondai will see little shoeboxes full of good wishes being delivered to farmers

Artist Debuts At Age 84

Artist Debuts At Age 84

Wondai artist Bob Hehlen, 84, has a lifetime of experiences to share in his first exhibition

Power Change ‘To Save $2b’

The State Government says the removal of “prescriptive” reliability standards from electricity distributors on July 1 will save $2 billion over the next 15 years and put downward pressure on electricity prices.

Change Of Saints Day

The South Burnett Saints Australian Rules club’s first home game for the season will now be held on Sunday, April 27, against Coolaroo at Lyle Vidler Oval in Kingaroy.

Showgirls Have A Ball In Kingaroy

Showgirls Have A Ball In Kingaroy

Kingaroy Town Hall was the place to be on Saturday night for an old-style Cabaret Ball, the perfect setting for the crowning of the 2014 Kingaroy Miss Showgirl.

Cooyar Breaks Campdraft Drought

Cooyar Breaks Campdraft Drought

Campdraft fans who have been starved of action this year, turned out in force for Saturday’s Cooyar Campdraft.

Kids Play With Cai Art

Kids Play With Cai Art

About 20 young children and their parents spent Saturday morning at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery getting involved with the art of Chinese-born Cai Guo-Qiang.

Sex Offender Jailed

A 69-year-old South Burnett man – convicted three times previously for sexual offences against children – will serve a minimum of three months in jail after being sentenced in Kingaroy District Court today on six fresh charges.

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