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New Buildings On<br /> Show At Open Day

New Buildings On
Show At Open Day

Saint Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy hosted an open day on Friday morning

Man Charged With Wilful Damage

Man Charged With Wilful Damage

An 18-year-old man has been charged with wilful damage and obstructing police after an incident at a house in Jacaranda Ave, Kingaroy, early on Saturday morning.

Basketball News

Basketball News

Results from Kingaroy Basketball games played on Tuesday, May 24, and Wednesday, May 25.

Markets Change Venue

Markets Change Venue

Kingaroy’s Makers, Bakers & Growers Market is on the move.

Joinery To Host Meet’n'Greet

Joinery To Host Meet’n'Greet

Kingaroy Joinery will be hosting the next Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry meet’n'greet.

Vet Pleads Guilty In Hendra Case

Vet Pleads Guilty In Hendra Case

A Gold Coast veterinarian has been placed on a two-year $3000 good behaviour bond after pleading guilty to failing to meet workplace health and safety standards while drawing a blood sample from a horse suspected of having Hendra virus.

Michael Hails A Lift To Nanango

Michael Hails A Lift To Nanango

A crowd of about 200 packed the Nanango Cultural Centre on Friday night for the opening of the 10th annual Heritage Bank Nanango Film Festival.

Governor Returns<br /> To Coolabunia School

Governor Returns
To Coolabunia School

Governor Paul de Jersey is the special guest at Saturday’s Coolabunia SS 125th anniversary celebrations

Day 1 At Lady Bjelke-Petersen Hospital

Day 1 At Lady Bjelke-Petersen Hospital

It these faces are looking pleased, it’s for good reason … the first day of surgeries at the reopened Lady Bjelke-Petersen Community Hospital in Kingaroy went off without a hitch.

Goomeri Gets<BR> Ready To Roll Again

Goomeri Gets
Ready To Roll Again

It’s time to climb up Policeman’s Hill in Goomeri again and send your pumpkins to their fate

Hamilton’s Hopefuls Clash

Hamilton’s Hopefuls Clash

Nanango trainer Kaylene Hamilton would love to record a hometown success in the BP Roadhouse Nanango BM 50 (1000m) at Lee Park on Saturday with either Stratalena or Monte Lago.

Hated Welfare Fund Finally Closes

Hated Welfare Fund Finally Closes

The State Government has announced the closure of the controversial Aborigines Welfare Fund, a part of the system of stolen wages and savings of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders for more than 70 years

Minister ‘Ignoring Major Issues’: MP

Minister ‘Ignoring Major Issues’: MP

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has challenged recent comments from Agriculture Minister Leanne Donaldson which reported a bright outlook for Queensland farmers.

$168,000 To Help Volunteers

$168,000 To Help Volunteers

South Burnett not-for-profit groups will receive a total of $168,840 in the latest round of the Federal Government’s Volunteer Grants Program.

‘Sensational’ Artist<BR> Returning Next Month

‘Sensational’ Artist
Returning Next Month

An artist whose work caused a sensation at the Wondai Gallery in 2013 will be returning next month

Full Fields For Nanango Races

Full Fields For Nanango Races

The Nanango Race Club will be wrapping up its 2015-16 season this weekend with their Autumn Race Meeting.

AHA Presses On With BJD Overhaul

AHA Presses On With BJD Overhaul

Animal Health Australia is pushing ahead with its deregulation of Bovine Johne’s Disease controls, despite opposition from some Queensland cattl;e producers.

QATC CEO Appointed

QATC CEO Appointed

Mark Tobin has been appointed the new chief executive officer of rural training body, Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges.

Man Critical After Fire

Man Critical After Fire

A man in his late 70s has suffered severe burns as a result of a fire in a house at Gayndah on Thursday morning.

Evonne Shares Her Tennis Dream

Evonne Shares Her Tennis Dream

Evonne Goolagong Cawley MBE, AO is a firm believer that tennis can change lives, after all, it definitely changed hers …

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