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Close Shave<br /> Launches Movember

Close Shave
Launches Movember

There’s a few more clean-shaven faces on the streets of Kingaroy following Friday’s Movember “shave-off”

Ration Shed Celebrates 10th Birthday

Ration Shed Celebrates 10th Birthday

Cherbourg’s Ration Shed Museum marked its 10th birthday – and 25 years of Golden Oldies reunions – with a celebration at the historic complex on Friday.

Depreciation Plan Could<br /> Put Brake On Rate Hikes

Depreciation Plan Could
Put Brake On Rate Hikes

A proposal to modify asset depreciation rules for Queensland councils has been welcomed

Gardeners Make New<br /> Friends At Nanango

Gardeners Make New
Friends At Nanango

Gardeners from all over south-east Queensland converged on Nanango during the week

Binjour Ladies Do Us Proud

Binjour Ladies Do Us Proud

The Binjour ladies flew the flag proudly in the State Champion of Champions (Ladies Fours) bowls at Toombul last week

Bridge Built To Beat Floods

Bridge Built To Beat Floods

The completion of one of the largest flood restoration works on South Burnett roads passed by earlier this year with little fanfare.

Kumbia Orchard Bundled For Sale

A stonefruit orchard at Kumbia is being marketed alongside similar properties in South Australia and Victoria in the hope one buyer may be interested in purchasing all three properties.

Markets Celebrate 6th Birthday

Markets Celebrate 6th Birthday

Hivesville Country Market held its anniversary markets last Sunday and although it became very hot as the day went on, there was an excellent attendance of visitors and 35 stalls.

RACQ To Battle<br /> Fuel Excise Rise

RACQ To Battle
Fuel Excise Rise

The RACQ is campaigning against the Federal Government’s fuel excise rise from November 10

Dairy Conference In Gympie

Dairy Conference In Gympie

Dairy farmers from throughout Queensland are getting set to head to the QDO conference which will be held in Gympie next Wednesday (November 5).

Parade Welcomes Gun Back Home

Parade Welcomes Gun Back Home

The saga of the Murgon gun is finally over with the re-positioning of the World War II artillery piece back outside Murgon RSL Club on Thursday afternoon.

Services Starts On A Winning Note

Services Starts On A Winning Note

Kingaroy Services started their 2014-15 A Grade cricket campaign on a strong note on Saturday, downing Wondai by 23 runs.

School Is Key To<BR> Future NRL Success

School Is Key To
Future NRL Success

Errol Simpson Jnr doesn’t like school but knows he needs it to fulfil his dream of playing rugby league for Australia.

Emergency Meeting To Discuss
How To Save Wondai Cadet Unit

The future of Wondai’s cadet unit may be brighter that first expected but it is still up to members of the Wondai community to “save the unit”.

Mayor Says Disaster<BR> Funding Cuts ‘A Disgrace’

Mayor Says Disaster
Funding Cuts ‘A Disgrace’

A plan to cut Federal natural disaster contributions by one-third is “a disgrace”

RDA Seeks Community Leaders

Regional Development Australia Wide Bay Burnett (RDA WBB) is looking for people passionate about economic development and progressing the region.

More Dry<br /> Weather Predicted

More Dry
Weather Predicted

The Bureau of Meteorology has released its Climate and Water Outlook for November to January

Wondai Cadets Bite The Bullet

Wondai Cadets Bite The Bullet

A lack of suitably qualified volunteers means there will be no Australian Army Cadet Unit based at Wondai in 2015.

Thrashers Target 2015

Thrashers Target 2015

After a year off the paddock, the South Burnett Thrashers rugby union team is keen to get back into action in 2015.

LGAQ Backs Changes To<br /> Council Complaints Process

LGAQ Backs Changes To
Council Complaints Process

The LGAQ has endorsed two motions aimed at updating the complaints process against councillors

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