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Please Don’t Burn Our Poles: Ergon

Please Don’t Burn Our Poles: Ergon

Property owners planning burn-offs have been urged by Ergon Energy to take precautions to prevent damage to the electricity network.

Muster Expects Bumper Roll-Up

Muster Expects Bumper Roll-Up

The Nanango Show Society are expecting a bumper roll-up for this year’s Heritage Nanango Country Music Muster on September 7-10.

Flu Puts<BR> Orana In Lockdown

Flu Puts
Orana In Lockdown

Kingaroy’s Orana was put into lockdown on Tuesday after four residents came down with ‘flu

Scots Gather For A Highland Fling

Scots Gather For A Highland Fling

This year’s annual Scots In The Bush Festival at Boondooma Homestead set a new record for attendances, with 405 caravans packing the grounds and an estimated 1000 visitors taking part in the three day event.

Workshop To Share Tourism Ideas

Workshop To Share Tourism Ideas

The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry has joined with the Australian Caravan Club and South Burnett Regional Council to bring a special tourism awareness workshop to the South Burnett.

Avocado Festival<BR> Seeks Parade Entrants

Avocado Festival
Seeks Parade Entrants

Love a parade? The Blackbutt Avocado Festival want you to join their parade on Saturday, September 9

Daffodil Day Lunch This Friday

Daffodil Day Lunch This Friday

The Nanango Uniting Church Adult Fellowship will be holding its annual Daffodil Day Lunch from noon this Friday (August 25) at the Nanango Cultural Centre.

New Look For Nanango State School

New Look For Nanango State School

Nanango State School P&C is extremely grateful for the support and funding Heritage Bank Nanango has shown us over the years.

Rugby League Stars At SBRL Dinner

Rugby League Stars At SBRL Dinner

An old South Burnett rugby league tradition is being revived next month with the staging of a Presentation Dinner to hand out season awards.

Powerful Problem With Postcode 4306

Powerful Problem With Postcode 4306

The curse of postcode 4306 – the postcode shared by Blackbutt and Benarkin and parts of Ipswich – has struck again.

Fire Destroys Vehicle, Container

Fire Destroys Vehicle, Container

Urban and rural fire brigades were scrambled on Friday afternoon after a small fire on a Blackbutt North property was whipped up by the wind and took off quickly through surrounding grass.

Police Put Rural Thieves On Notice

Police Put Rural Thieves On Notice

A project by the Kumbia Neighbourhood Watch group should make more than 600 rural properties throughout the South Burnett just a little bit safer.

Radio Station Launches Online Survey

Radio Station Launches Online Survey

Cherbourg community radio station US Mob 94.1 FM have launched an online survey and are appealing to the community, supporters and listeners to take part in it.

Law Society Warns Against Will Kits

Law Society Warns Against Will Kits

The Queensland Law Society has issued a warning against do-it-yourself will kits.

Get Ready For A Night At The Casino!

Get Ready For A Night At The Casino!

The fourth annual Nanango Casino Night will be held on Saturday, September 2 … so keen gamblers should start practising now.

Nanango Celebrates<BR> Founders Day With Awards

Nanango Celebrates
Founders Day With Awards

Nanango has marked the town’s 169th birthday with two awards to outstanding locals

Rory Served Community With Pride

Rory Served Community With Pride

There was standing room only in the Cherbourg Welfare Hall on Friday morning for the funeral service of well-loved local resident Rory Glen Boney.

TAFE Scholarship Applications Close Soon

TAFE Scholarship Applications Close Soon

South Burnett residents have been encouraged to apply for a $5000 scholarship to study at TAFE in 2018.

Have You Seen Any Of These People?

Have You Seen Any Of These People?

Crime Stoppers launched “Operation Roam: Rogue Radar” on Monday … a national to search to help find 18 fugitives wanted for questioning in connection with various offences around Australia.

Producers Warned To Tighten Biosecurity

Producers Warned To Tighten Biosecurity

Recent changes to management of Bovine Johne’s Disease reinforce the importance of having robust farm biosecurity protocols and practices in place Рregardless of the type of livestock Рfarmers have been warned.

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