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KCCG Welcomes Federal Decision

KCCG Welcomes Federal Decision

The Kingaroy Concerned Citizens Group has welcomed this week’s ruling that the proposed Kingaroy coal mine will be a “controlled action”.

Try For 5 And A Football!

Try For 5 And A Football!

If the secret of success in rugby league is training, training, training … the secret to success at school is pretty much the same: make every day count.

Little Mermaid Launches Young Stars

Little Mermaid Launches Young Stars

Year 10 students at St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy embarked on a massive under-the-sea musical journey just five weeks ago … and the result packed the Maryknoll Centre on Wednesday night.

Local Band<BR> Cuts It Online

Local Band
Cuts It Online

A Nanango band is making waves in Brisbane’s online music scene, currently ranking in the Top 10 for rock / punk.

BJD ‘Just One Of Many Diseases’

BJD ‘Just One Of Many Diseases’

The Queensland Dairyfarmers Organisation is sounding dire warnings, but Animal Health Australia is sounding triumphant about the end of Bovine Johne’s Disease zones from July 1.

Wind Farm Meeting In Bell

Wind Farm Meeting In Bell

AGL Energy will be holding a community consultation meeting in Bell next Thursday to update interested locals about its proposed wind farm at Cooper’s Gap.

Faster Data For Tingoora, Cherbourg

Faster Data For Tingoora, Cherbourg

Tingoora and Cherbourg will soon get faster mobile 4G data coverage.

Reserve Forces<BR> Parade On Sunday

Reserve Forces
Parade On Sunday

Reserve Forces Day will be marked in Wondai this Sunday, a little earlier than usual

Fishing On The Edge In the South Burnett

Fishing On The Edge In the South Burnett

The winter weather is now in full swing and it’s about time too! It’s been unseasonably hot this year and the fish have been sitting deeper than usual.

Senate Candidate Pushes<br /> For More Action On Q Fever

Senate Candidate Pushes
For More Action On Q Fever

Independent Senate candidate Belinda Marriage has called for Q Fever vaccinations to be subsidised by the Federal Government.

Gold Seekers Head To Gympie

Gold Seekers Head To Gympie

The response to the Three Cups Goldrush Challenge has unearthed a host of hopefuls for the Gympie Turf Club’s meeting at Adrian McClintock Park on Saturday.

Toowoomba Rates Rise 3.24pc

Toowoomba Rates Rise 3.24pc

Toowoomba Regional Council will raise rates by an average 3.24 per cent this year, and the majority of residential ratepayers will pay an extra $93 a year – about $1.78 a week – if they claim the discount.

Coalition Promises ‘Rural Health Champion’

Coalition Promises ‘Rural Health Champion’

A re-elected Coalition Federal Government would appoint the first ever “National Rural Health Commissioner, Deputy National party leader Fiona Nash said on Friday.

Two Charged Over Child Porn

Two Charged Over Child Porn

Kingaroy detectives executed a number of search warrants this week with the help of Taskforce ARGOS police in relation to child pornography

Percy Tackles Wondai’s League History

Percy Tackles Wondai’s League History

Former Wondai mayor Percy Iszlaub, 90, doesn’t only have a lifetime of council memories locked away, he was also a very important part of the South Burnett rugby league scene for more years than he cares to remember.

LNP Unveils Plan To<BR> Boost Apprenticeships

LNP Unveils Plan To
Boost Apprenticeships

The LNP will create up to 20,000 jobs for young Queenslanders if it wins back government at the next State election, including jobs for South Burnett youth.

Expensive Stop At Blackbutt

Expensive Stop At Blackbutt

A Sunshine Coast family is counting the cost of a visit to the South Burnett after thousands of dollars worth of tools were stolen from their 4WD on Monday.

Resource Sector Keeps Local<BR> Accommodation Operators Afloat

Resource Sector Keeps Local
Accommodation Operators Afloat

Workers taking part in shutdowns and other operational works at the Tarong Power Stations are keeping most of the region’s accommodation operators afloat at the moment.

TRC Will Ask Residents To Rate Its Service

TRC Will Ask Residents To Rate Its Service

Toowoomba Regional Council will distribute a survey soon to ask residents what they think of its service delivery.

Kingaroy Coal Mine To <BR> Require Federal Approval

Kingaroy Coal Mine To
Require Federal Approval

The Federal Government has ruled Moreton Resources’ proposed Kingaroy coal mine is a “controlled action”

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