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Sobers To Be Special Guest

Sobers To Be Special Guest

The man who has been hailed as cricket’s best-ever all-rounder, Sir Garfield Sobers will make the first public appearance of his Australian tour at Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport on Thursday.

Chickpeas Have A Good Year

Chickpeas Have A Good Year

Farmers are looking forward to a big payout on chickpeas this season, with large areas planted, record yields and high prices.

Police Probe Three Break-Ins

Police Probe Three Break-Ins

Murgon Police are currently investigating three break-ins which occurred on the same evening, as well as the associated theft of a car.

Cattleman Injured In Quad Rollover

Cattleman Injured In Quad Rollover

A man aged in his fifties has suffered suspected multi-trauma injuries when his quad bike rolled while mustering cattle in the South Burnett on Tuesday morning.

Intersection Re-Opens

Intersection Re-Opens

The Clark & Swendson Road intersection, near Swickers, has been re-opened to two-way traffic.

Large Fire At Nanango

Large Fire At Nanango

UPDATE 3:45pm: The fire has been extinguished and there no longer is smoke affecting the area.

Sports Ground Gets A New Name

Sports Ground Gets A New Name

The Maidenwell Sports Ground was officially renamed on Saturday afternoon … about 35 years later than originally planned.

Kingaroy Man Says ‘Thank You’

Kingaroy Man Says ‘Thank You’

For years, Allan McKeering donated to the RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter service not thinking he would ever need to use it.

Meet The Future<BR> Errol Munt Park

Meet The Future
Errol Munt Park

Toowoomba Regional Council will carry out a major upgrade of Yarraman’s Errol Munt Park in 2017

‘Horrific’ Time On Local Roads

‘Horrific’ Time On Local Roads

The last few days have been a “horrific” time on South Burnett roads, say local police.

LNP Attacks ‘Unfair’ Energy Target

LNP Attacks ‘Unfair’ Energy Target

The LNP Opposition claims the State Government’s renewable energy plan will make Queenslanders pay more for power – and subsidise other States.

Birthday Crowd Packs Bunyas

Birthday Crowd Packs Bunyas

The Bunya Mountains hosted an extra-large gathering of guests over the weekend.

Stormy Weather Brings On The Hot Bite!

Stormy Weather Brings On The Hot Bite!

We’re well into our hot, stormy months.The hot weather and afternoon storm build-ups are bringing on some awesome opportunities for big bass and yellowbelly.

Storm Leaves Thousands In Dark

Storm Leaves Thousands In Dark

Saturday night’s wild thunderstorms in the South Burnett caught motorists by surprise, brought down trees and branches, and left thousands of residents without power for more than 21 hours.

Funeral For Yarraman Stalwart

Funeral For Yarraman Stalwart

A funeral Mass will be held in Yarraman on Friday, December 9 for well-known local resident and Yarraman Bowls Club president Wayne Emms, who died on Friday night.

Nanango Man<br /> Dies In Head-On Crash

Nanango Man
Dies In Head-On Crash

A 32-year-old Nanango man was killed on Sunday when his sedan and a livestock semi-trailer collided

Springborg To Quit Politics

Springborg To Quit Politics

MP Lawrence Springborg announced on Saturday that he would not contest the next State election

Two Hurt In Motorbike Crash

Two Hurt In Motorbike Crash

A 47-year-old Ipswich woman has been flown to hospital after a motorbike crash on Saturday morning

Nanango Draws The Numbers

Nanango Draws The Numbers

Despite all the counter attractions, acceptances for Sunday’s card at Lee Park are very pleasing.

Industrial Action Strikes Centrelink

Industrial Action Strikes Centrelink

Centrelink is warning residents to defer non-business next Monday and Friday afternoons due to industrial action by the Community and Public Sector Union.

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