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Deputy PM Comes Back ‘Home’

Deputy PM Comes Back ‘Home’

Former Kingaroy Shire mayor – and now Deputy PM – Warren Truss has been honoured by having the council meeting chamber in Kingaroy named after him.

Artist Shares Creative Process

Artist Shares Creative Process

Wondai Regional Art Gallery will take visitors “behind the scenes” during their September exhibition to explore the process that an artist goes through before developing a work.

Test Drives To<br /> Help Graham House

Test Drives To
Help Graham House

Huston Nissan in Kingaroy are putting on a special promotion on Saturday to help Graham House in Murgon to purchase three light wheelchairs.

Fatal Crash Grounds Garbos

A fatal road crash in South Australia will cause disruptions to garbage removal services in Goomeri, Kilkivan and other parts of the Gympie Regional Council area over the next few days.

$160,000 For Libraries

$160,000 For Libraries

The South Burnett Regional Council will receive nearly $160,000 in State Government funding over the next three years to support library services in the region.

Credit Card Debt ‘Linked To Attack’

The trial of a Wattle Camp woman charged with attempting to kill her husband with a hammer began in the Brisbane Supreme Court on Monday.

Roadworks Begin At Tansey

Reconstruction work has begun on sections of the Kilkivan-Tansey Road, west of Kilkivan.

Centrelink Forms ‘Too Complex’

Centrelink Forms ‘Too Complex’

Member for Maranoa Bruce Scott has slammed the current application process for drought-stricken farmers trying to access help from Centrelink.

Nanango Shakes Up Shakespeare

Nanango Shakes Up Shakespeare

Shakespeare will probably be spinning in his grave but the audience is certain to be laughing when the Nanango Theatre Company’s latest production hits the stage next month.

Business Awards Deadline Extended

The inaugural South Burnett Business Excellence Awards have had the deadline for entries extended two weeks to encourage more of the region’s businesses to enter.

$7.1m Federal Grant For Council

$7.1m Federal Grant For Council

South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann has welcomed today’s announcement of Federal Assistance Grants to local councils.

Crafters Wanted For<BR> New Mountain Markets

Crafters Wanted For
New Mountain Markets

Organisers of the new monthly Bunya Mountains Markets are looking for quality stallholders

Mayor Expects Small Rail Trail Bill

Mayor Expects Small Rail Trail Bill

A report that Somerset Regional Council fear they’ll face a six-figure annual maintenance bill for their Shire’s rail trail has surprised South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann.

Breakfast Boost For Local Groups

Breakfast Boost For Local Groups

The latest recipients of the South Burnett Mayor’s Community Benefit Fund were presented with their cheques at a fundraising breakfast in Kingaroy this morning.

Anti-VLAD Concert Day<br /> Planned For Wooroolin

Anti-VLAD Concert Day
Planned For Wooroolin

Time is running out for pre-bookings for an anti-VLAD rally “family fun day” planned at Wooroolin in November

Towns Pause To Remember

Towns Pause To Remember

Ceremonies were held throughout the South Burnett on Thursday to mark Vietnam Veterans Day, the anniversary of the horrific battle of Long Tan in which 18 Australian soldiers died and 24 were wounded.

Horse Dies After Collision

A 21-year-old Nanango woman was lucky to escape injury when her car collided with a horse on the Nanango-Brooklands Road at 7:00pm on Friday.

Soggy Start To A Super Sunday

Soggy Start To A Super Sunday

After a very nervous evening following heavy rain, the Murgon pitch was just passable on Sunday morning for the semi-finals of the Evolution Solar Football League competition

Lions Help Kumbia Kindy

Lions Help Kumbia Kindy

The Kingaroy Lions Club is helping Kumbia’s much-loved kindergarten to thrive.

Junior Soccer Results – Round 12

Junior Soccer Results – Round 12

Rain played havoc with the McDonald’s Football South Burnett junior soccer matches scheduled to be played in Kingaroy on Saturday, with only the competitive games going ahead.

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