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ALP Warns Of Jobs, Services Cuts

ALP Warns Of Jobs, Services Cuts

Wide Bay residents face having nurses sacked and community programs cut if the LNP and One Nation form a coalition government.

Sportsbet Tips Hung Parliament

Sportsbet Tips Hung Parliament

With just a few days to Saturday’s State Election, Sportsbet are tipping that Queensland will emerge with a hung parliament.

Let’s Keep Our Great Local MP

Let’s Keep Our Great Local MP

The Queensland State election will be held this Saturday, and the South Burnett faces some tough choices.

Murgon Duo In Qld Squad

Murgon Duo In Qld Squad

Murgon cricketers Courtney Sippel and Renee Irvine have been named in the Queensland Under 18 squad.

Singer Celebrates Time In The Territory

Singer Celebrates Time In The Territory

Former Kingaroy boy Tom Curtain has released his third country music album to great acclaim, immediately hitting the No 1 spot on the iTunes country charts.

Powerful Tips For Local Farmers

Powerful Tips For Local Farmers

Members of the South Burnett Community Agriculture Network were given tips on how to cut their power bills on Tuesday evening.

Council Offers Discounts For Care Facilities

Council Offers Discounts For Care Facilities

Toowoomba Regional Council will offer incentives for businesses hoping to establish retirement and residential care facilities across the region.

Consultants Work On Concept Plan

Consultants Work On Concept Plan

A draft concept for the Kingaroy streetscape should be available for community consultation in March or April next year.

Mayor Forms Irrigation Group

Mayor Forms Irrigation Group

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell is in the process of forming a focus group to investigate future irrigation possibilities in the region.

$20,000 Makeover For Community Hall

$20,000 Makeover For Community Hall

The community hall at SBcare in Kingaroy will receive a much-needed makeover thanks to $20,000 funding from the Federal Government.

Backpacker Exploitation ‘Endemic’

Backpacker Exploitation ‘Endemic’

Workplace exploitation of international students and backpackers in Australia is endemic and severe, a joint study by two Sydney universities has found.

AgForce Releases Election Scorecard

AgForce Releases Election Scorecard

The State Election has thrown up a “mixed bag” of policies for Queensland farmers, according to AgForce.

Wellcamp Airport Marks Third Birthday

Wellcamp Airport Marks Third Birthday

Toowoomba’s Wellcamp Airport not only notched up its third birthday this week, but has also won an award for its cargo business.

Doctors Tell Codeine Users: Get Help Now

Doctors Tell Codeine Users: Get Help Now

Queenslanders who regularly use over-the-counter codeine medicines for pain relief are being urged to see their GP as soon as possible.

Support Flows To LNP

Support Flows To LNP

Elections can be expensive things, but in the seat of Nanango it looks like all the money is flowing to the LNP with only one donation disclosed for the ALP.

Yellowbelly Expecting Record Roll-Up

Yellowbelly Expecting Record Roll-Up

Last year’s record roll-up of 1003 anglers to the Boondooma Dam Yellowbelly Fishing Competition could be beaten in 2018.

Big Year For Nanango Netball

Big Year For Nanango Netball

The Nanango and District Netball Association will have a new president next year, as the club continues its quest to raise $240,000 to replace their netball courts.

Cooyar Post<br /> Office To Close

Cooyar Post
Office To Close

Cooyar residents have been advised by Australia Post their local postal agency will be closing on November 30

Poisoned Trees<br /> Had Just Been Trimmed

Poisoned Trees
Had Just Been Trimmed

The eight poisoned trees in Drayton and Fitzroy streets, Nanango, had only just been trimmed

State Showcased For National Ag Day

State Showcased For National Ag Day

Queensland’s pivotal role in Australian agriculture has been highlighted by the QFF as part of National Agriculture Day on Tuesday, November 21.

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