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New Hospital ‘Still Top Priority’

New Hospital ‘Still Top Priority’

A proposal for the redevelopment of Kingaroy Hospital appeared suddenly on a State Government website this week … but residents eager to consign the current hospital to the dustbin of history shouldn’t get their hopes up too high quite yet.

Down To The Wire

Down To The Wire

The cliff-hanger that is the Queensland Country Apprentice Premiership duel will be finalised this Saturday.

Planning Scheme Debuts Next Week

Planning Scheme Debuts Next Week

More than eight years after the 2008 council amalgamations, the South Burnett is finally getting close to having a regional Planning Scheme.

Stanwell To  <BR> Hire Eight Trainees

Stanwell To
Hire Eight Trainees

Stanwell Corporation is offering eight positions in its 2017 apprenticeship and trainee program

Kumbia Road Works Start Soon

Kumbia Road Works Start Soon

The South Burnett Regional Council will be starting road works on the Kumbia-Brooklands Road next Wednesday (August 3).

Wind Farm<BR> Takes Another Step

Wind Farm
Takes Another Step

AGL’s $500 million Coopers Gap wind farm project took another step forward on Friday

New Chairman for Northern Panel

New Chairman for Northern Panel

The Grains Research and Development Corporation has announced the appointment of NSW grain grower and agricultural consultant John Minogue as chairman of the Northern Panel.

Elderly Driver In Crash

Elderly Driver In Crash

An 85-year-old Brooklands man was flown to Brisbane by the RACQ LifeFlight helicopter after a single vehicle crash on the D’Aguilar Highway at Hodgeleigh on Friday morning,

Boy, 4, Airlifted After Accident

Boy, 4, Airlifted After Accident

A four-year-old boy was airlifted from Cherbourg on Thursday evening after being hit by a car.

Huge Day To Help Make Big Choices

Huge Day To Help Make Big Choices

The 2016 South Burnett Careers Market attracted more than 500 students from local high schools to TAFE South West’s Kingaroy campus on Thursday.

Proteco Joins<BR> China Trade Trip

Proteco Joins
China Trade Trip

Proteco owner Josh Gadischke will be part of a ground-breaking trade mission to Shanghai in October

Epilepsy Expert Shares Tips With GPs

Epilepsy Expert Shares Tips With GPs

Epilepsy isn’t often considered a fatal condition – and fortunately, usually it isn’t – but the reality is that every year people with epilepsy DO die, and often the cause of death seems a mystery.

Wide Bay MP<BR> Thanks Voters

Wide Bay MP
Thanks Voters

Newly elected Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien has thanked voters for electing him

Voting Fine Letter A Scam

Voting Fine Letter A Scam

South Burnett residents have been warned not to respond to a scam letter demanding a $168 payment for failure to vote at the July 2 Federal Election.

Campaign Against WET Cuts Grows

Campaign Against WET Cuts Grows

The Winemakers’ Federation of Australia will launch a national campaign to oppose reductions in Wine Equalisation Tax rebates announced in this year’s Federal Budget.

Drug Dogs Search House

Drug Dogs Search House

Drug detection dogs from Brisbane were deployed by police during a search of a house in Kingaroy Street, Kingaroy, on Thursday morning.

Moreton Faces $8m Tax Bill

Moreton Faces $8m Tax Bill

Moreton Resources – the mining company hoping to get approval for an open-cut coal mine near Kingaroy – has been hit with an $8.18 million bill from the tax office.

Students Rock It To Success

Students Rock It To Success

It’s that time of the year when South Burnett parents get bowled over by all the young talent on show on school stages … on Friday night, it was the turn of St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy.

Support Queensland, Be Counted!

Support Queensland, Be Counted!

Treasurer Curtis Pitt has urged all Queenslanders to make sure they’re counted in the Census on Tuesday, August 9.

School Stamp Clubs<BR> Lead To Membership Boom

School Stamp Clubs
Lead To Membership Boom

Membership of the Nanango Stamp Club has boomed this year thanks to the club’s South Burnett Schools Stamp Education Program.

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