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Councillors Send A<br /> Message To Canberra

Councillors Send A
Message To Canberra

South Burnett councillors and senior staff have enjoyed an opportunity to “bend some ears in Canberra”

Basketball Results

Basketball Results

Results from Round 5 of the Kingaroy Basketball competition played on August 16

South Burnett Teams In Finals

South Burnett Teams In Finals

Kingaroy Red – the Red Ants U16 team playing in the Toowoomba Junior Rugby League competition – has earned a spot in the finals.

Share The Road … It Belongs To Everyone

Share The Road … It Belongs To Everyone

It’s Day 4 of Road Safety Week … and the topics police would like drivers to think about are “sharing the roads” and “vulnerable road users”.

Tessa’s Rowing For Gold Tonight

Tessa’s Rowing For Gold Tonight

As Australians welcome their Olympians home and count down to the Paralympics, they’re probably unaware another world class sporting event is underway … and a South Burnett athlete is in the hot seat.

Last Chance To Nominate A Farmer

Last Chance To Nominate A Farmer

Entries close tomorrow (August 26) for the 2016 Australian Farmer of the Year Awards.

ACCC To Probe Dairy Industry

ACCC To Probe Dairy Industry

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will begin an inquiry into the dairy industry in November.

Register Now For Futsal

Register Now For Futsal

The 2016-17 summer season of futsal will kick off at the Kingaroy State High School indoor sports auditorium on October 6, after the September school holidays.

Speed Cameras Now At Traffic Lights

Speed Cameras Now At Traffic Lights

Heading over to Toowoomba? Then watch your speed when you’re travelling through intersections or you may get a nasty shock in the mail.

Dark Skies<BR> Project Moving Ahead

Dark Skies
Project Moving Ahead

Astronomer Jim Barclay’s quest to get the South Burnett listed by IDSA will be taking a breather soon.

AGL Submits Coopers Gap EIS

AGL Submits Coopers Gap EIS

AGL Energy announced on Thursday that it has submitted a draft Environmental Impact Statement for its Coopers Gap Wind Farm project to the Office of the Co-ordinator General.

Last Chance To Be In Avocado Festival

Last Chance To Be In Avocado Festival

There are just two weeks left for competitors to get their entries in, stall holders to book a site and comedy fans to secure tickets to see the Kransky Sisters at this year’s Bloomin’ Beautiful Blackbutt Avocado Festival.

Jensen Signs With Cowboys

Jensen Signs With Cowboys

Former Kingaroy Red Ant Marcus Jensen has signed a two-year rugby league deal with the North Queensland Cowboys.

Cadets Looking To Enlist A Leader

Cadets Looking To Enlist A Leader

Wondai’s Army Cadets are on the lookout for a new commanding officer.

Heritage Launches New Home Loan Option

Heritage Launches New Home Loan Option

Parents who want to help their children get a foothold in the property market now have a new option.

Saints Earn Semi-Final Berth

Saints Earn Semi-Final Berth

With their season hopes on the line, South Burnett Saints dug deep on Saturday to defeat Goondiwindi Hawks in the sudden-death quarter final of the Darling Downs AFL competition.

Good Roll-Up For Pub Day

Good Roll-Up For Pub Day

Kilcoy Bowls Club’s recent Pub Day drew a good roll-up of players and saw some healthy competition on the greens.

Torchlight Tales<br /> Celebrate Book Week

Torchlight Tales
Celebrate Book Week

Schools all over the South Burnett have been organising special activities to celebrate Book Week

Celebrity Chef To<br /> Star At Murgon Expo

Celebrity Chef To
Star At Murgon Expo

South Burnett residents will be treated to a visit next week from celebrity chef Matt Golinski

‘Micro-Sleeps’ Blamed For Crashes

‘Micro-Sleeps’ Blamed For Crashes

The focus on Day 3 of Road Safety Week is fatigue and seatbelts … factors that have been involved in recent road crashes in the South Burnett.

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