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$5683 Grant To Build Archway

The Murgon RSL Sub-Branch will receive $5683 from the Federal Government to help build a new commemorative archway over the entrance to the RSL clubhouse for the Centenary of Anzac.

Choppers Damaged In Storm

Choppers Damaged In Storm

RACQ CareFlight Rescue is counting the costs of yesterday’s storm that left a trail of destruction across parts of south-east Queensland.

Summer Soccer Sevens Results – Week 6

Results from Round 6 of the Summer Soccer 7s played at Tom Alford Oval, Kingaroy, on Wednesday night (NB. Round 5 was washed out):

Memories Fade But Friendships Last

Memories Fade But Friendships Last

Every Remembrance Day local resident Denise Brown places three red poppies on the Kingaroy war memorial in memory of three men … the only problem is, she doesn’t know who they are.

Disaster Funding Cuts ‘Un-Australian’

Disaster Funding Cuts ‘Un-Australian’

A natural disaster in the South Burnett could force rates to rise more than 20 per cent if a proposal to cut Federal Government’s natural disaster funding succeeds

Blackbutt Supermarket One Step Closer

Blackbutt Supermarket One Step Closer

The South Burnett Regional Council will call for expressions of interest from people willing to build a supermarket on land currently occupied by the Blackbutt Community Hall after passing an amended motion today to do so.

Rates Bills<BR> Start To Bite

Rates Bills
Start To Bite

Almost one in ten ratepayers are now late with their rates payments, South Burnett councillors heard

Graduates Ready To<br /> Chase Their Dreams

Graduates Ready To
Chase Their Dreams

The South Burnett’s indigenous Year 12 graduates are brimming with confidence and set to make their mark

Invitation To Junior Bike<br /> Racers To ‘Come And Try’

Invitation To Junior Bike
Racers To ‘Come And Try’

The Kingaroy Junior Motorcycle Speedway Club is inviting budding racers to come along to the club’s inaugural “Come And Try Day” this Sunday (November 30).

Congratulations To Young Readers

Congratulations To Young Readers

Students in the South Burnett have been congratulated after participating in the 2014 Premier’s Reading Challenge.

TAFE Teachers Vie For Title

TAFE Teachers Vie For Title

There’s some friendly rivalry happening at TAFE Queensland South West’s Trades Training faculty following the announcement that plumbing teacher Nuccio Monte and construction teacher Peter McGrath are both finalists at the 2014 Construction Skills Queensland Excellence Awards.

Targets Set To Cut Waiting<br /> Times For Elective Surgery

Targets Set To Cut Waiting
Times For Elective Surgery

The State Government this week announced a “Wait Time Guarantee” to cut waiting times for elective surgery, but the local Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service says it was well on the way to achieving the target anyway.

Trail Consultations Start In January

Trail Consultations Start In January

Public consultations on the proposed Kingaroy-Kilkivan Rail Trail will start in January if all goes to plan, South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann told today’s monthly Council meeting.

Water Restrictions To Rise

Water Restrictions To Rise

A proposal to increase current water restrictions from Level 1 to Level 2 provoked energetic debate at today’s South Burnett Regional Council meeting.

Expo To Explore NDIS Choices

A group of South Burnett carers hopes to spread the word about “self-management” under the National Disability Insurance Scheme at an expo being held at the Wondai RSL Club next week.

ACORN Targets Cyber Crooks

ACORN Targets Cyber Crooks

Police are encouraging members of the public to report cybercrime using a new national policing system known as ACORN, the Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network.

Focus On The South Burnett

Focus On The South Burnett

The Rotary Club of Kingaroy has unveiled the 2015 edition of its popular calendar which highlights the works of South Burnett photographers.

John BP To<br /> Challenge Seeney

John BP To
Challenge Seeney

The Palmer United Party has announced that John Bjelke-Petersen will challenge Jeff Seeney in Callide

Australia Day Nominations Close Soon

Australia Day Nominations Close Soon

Nominations for the South Burnett’s annual Australia Day Awards will close on Friday (November 28).

Gully Name<BR> To Honour Anzac

Gully Name
To Honour Anzac

A gully just outside Nanango could soon bear the name of World War I digger Michael Mangan

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