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AgForce Calling For Nominations

AgForce Calling For Nominations

AgForce is urging the “best and brightest” in broadacre agriculture to put their hands up to represent their fellow farmers and drive policies to take rural Queensland forward.

Ford Falcon Stolen

Ford Falcon Stolen

Police are on the lookout for a car stolen from a private house at Mount Binga this week.

Caravan Blamed For Crash

Caravan Blamed For Crash

A vehicle pulling a caravan has been blamed for a crash which occurred south of Cooyar on Tuesday

Tourism’s On Right Track At Yarraman

Tourism’s On Right Track At Yarraman

The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail has an exciting new feature for visitors to explore after the official opening of the Yarraman Railway Station Park Interpretive Centre on Friday.

MP’s Visit Covers All The Bases

MP’s Visit Covers All The Bases

When you represent an electorate three times as big as Victoria, you have to do a lot of travelling and you need to cram as much into every visit as you possibly can.

Historical Society Debates Its Future

Historical Society Debates Its Future

The Nanango Historical Society will debate a motion to close down at its Annual General Meeting on Thursday, August 2.

Exhibition Sheds Light On Creativity

Exhibition Sheds Light On Creativity

Guests who visit the Wondai Regional Art Gallery before the end of July will be able to see some of the most unusual lamp stands ever made.

Heavy Export Cattle Dearer At Sale

Heavy Export Cattle Dearer At Sale

700 cattle were yarded in Murgon on Tuesday, July 17, and heavier export cattle were dearer, with increases of up to 10–15 cents in places.

AgForce Calls For Safety Incentive Scheme

AgForce Calls For Safety Incentive Scheme

AgForce is calling on the State Government to set up a quad bike safety rebate program to help save lives on farms.

Young Boxers Test Their Skills

Young Boxers Test Their Skills

A team of young South Burnett boxers made their debut in the ring last month at Hervey Bay.

Kingaroy Joins In NAIDOC Celebrations

Kingaroy Joins In NAIDOC Celebrations

NAIDOC Week can trace its history back to the 1930s … but it’s still just a youngster in Kingaroy.

United Servo Opens In Nanango

United Servo Opens In Nanango

Nanango’s updated United Petroleum service station opened on Monday after several months of construction.

Spray Tank Stolen

Spray Tank Stolen

Kingaroy Police are investigating the theft of various items from an open shipping container behind a Haly Street business.

Warwick Bites Back Against Saints

Warwick Bites Back Against Saints

The tables were turned in AFL games at the weekend, with the South Burnett Saints’ women’s team chalking up a rare win, while the men’s side suffered a rare loss.

Free Cycling Programs For Women

Free Cycling Programs For Women

The South Burnett Regional Council will begin running a free 10-week program on the South Burnett Rail Trail soon to encourage more women and girls to take up cycling.

Taxi Damaged In Crash

Taxi Damaged In Crash

No one was injured in a collision between two vehicles on the corner of Cairns Street and Appin Street West on Monday afternoon.

Bumper Year For Lions Fundraising

Bumper Year For Lions Fundraising

The Kingaroy Lions Club’s efforts over the past year raised almost $46,000 the club could give away to good causes.

Blockbuster Result For Local Entries

Blockbuster Result For Local Entries

South Burnett entrants have excelled in the first stage of the inaugural Limousin Blockbuster hoof and hook competition, judged at the Beaudesert Saleyards last week.

Truckie Trapped In Overturned Rig

Truckie Trapped In Overturned Rig

A 48-year-old man has been flown to hospital after being trapped for about two hours in the cabin of his over-turned semi-trailer on Sunday night on Kilkivan-Tansey Road.

Planets Align For Duffs

Planets Align For Duffs

Last Saturday’s memorial races for Lewis Duff and his son Neal at Wondai were marked by a number of high points for the clan.

Angry Ratepayers Promised Road Fix

Angry Ratepayers Promised Road Fix

All the South Burnett’s dirt roads will “see a grader” within 12 to 18 months, about 65 angry ratepayers were promised at a public meeting held at Durong Hall on Thursday night.

Get Set For A Day Of Family Fun!

Get Set For A Day Of Family Fun!

There may not be pig-racing this year, but the infamous dunk tank will be back and there’ll be lots of local VIPs tempting you to get them wet at the annual RACQ LifeFlight Family Fun Day on Saturday, August 18.