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KCCI Fears Local Business Could Miss Out

KCCI Fears Local Business Could Miss Out

The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) has urged local businesspeople to come along to their next meet’n’greet to hear two guest speakers who have been added to the program.

Will Mick Lose It Tomorrow?

Will Mick Lose It Tomorrow?

Four Murgon businesses have banded together to host a Pink Ribbon Breakfast on Friday morning (October 19) to raise funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Heritage Unveils Charitable Foundation

Heritage Unveils Charitable Foundation

Heritage Bank chairman Kerry Betros announced on Wednesday the organisation would be launching a Charitable Foundation this financial year.

After-School Guide For Year 12s

After-School Guide For Year 12s

Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien has released a School Leavers’ Guide for Year 12 students.

LifeFlight Calls For Volunteers

LifeFlight Calls For Volunteers

RACQ LifeFlight has put a call out for volunteers to help them.

Workshops Raise Awareness Of FASD

Workshops Raise Awareness Of FASD

A series of workshops was held in Cherbourg recently to help raise awareness about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and how to help people with the condition.

BlazeAid Hits The Ground Running

BlazeAid Hits The Ground Running

BlazeAid volunteers have hit the ground running, beginning work on storm-affected farms in the Coolabunia area on Wednesday.

Lions Back LifeFlight Service

Lions Back LifeFlight Service

Wooroolin Lions president Dave Goddard travelled to Toowoomba recently to present the LifeFlight Foundation with a cheque for $4000.

Planning Starts At BlazeAid Camp

Planning Starts At BlazeAid Camp

Representatives from a string of South Burnett community groups gathered on Tuesday afternoon to discuss how to support the BlazeAid camp which is being set up in Kingaroy in the wake of last Thursday’s destructive storms.

Gunnies Shoot The Breeze

Gunnies Shoot The Breeze

A special group gathered at the Kingaroy RSL Club on Saturday, some of whom hadn’t seen each other for half a century.

Red Tape Slashed For Farm Allowance

Red Tape Slashed For Farm Allowance

An information session to encourage local farming families to find out more about the Farm Household Allowance will be held on Saturday morning (October 20) from 10:00am to noon at the Centrelink office in Kingaroy

Sponsors Sought For Bursary

Sponsors Sought For Bursary

South Burnett Women are looking for sponsors to assist with their 2019 Dr Ellen Mary Kent Hughes Memorial Scholarship.

Ergon Battled Mud, Fallen Trees

Ergon Battled Mud, Fallen Trees

At the peak of last week’s storms, more than 27,000 Ergon Energy customers across the South Burnett and Fraser Coast lost power

Parish Planning Big Centenary

Parish Planning Big Centenary

Kumbia Catholics are gearing up to celebrate the centenary of Our Lady Of Peace Church next year, with plans for a big weekend of celebrations and the launch of a commemorative book.

Wondai Seed Plant Sold

Wondai Seed Plant Sold

JKI International has taken over the Wondai seed plant formerly operated by the Blue Ribbon Group.

Crime Buster To Hear Council Complaints

Crime Buster To Hear Council Complaints

Former Crime and Corruption Commission investigator Kathleen Florian has been appointed the Independent Assessor to head up the new office which will handle complaints about councillor conduct in Queensland.

Declutter And Make A Dollar

Declutter And Make A Dollar

South Burnett residents have been invited to take part in this weekend’s massive Australia-wide Garage Sale Trail.

Thieves Target Goomeri Homes

Thieves Target Goomeri Homes

Police are reminding residents to lock their houses after thieves made five “sneak breaks” in the Goomeri area over the past fortnight.

Murder Accused Pleads Not Guilty

Murder Accused Pleads Not Guilty

A trial has begun in Brisbane of a Nanango man accused of murdering his housemate three years ago.

Bigger Premises For Better Lives

Bigger Premises For Better Lives

Lives Lived Well has moved into bigger and better premises in Kingaroy … which is both good and bad news for the South Burnett.

House Gutted By Fire

House Gutted By Fire

Fire badly damaged a single-story timber home in Margaret Street, Yarraman, on Saturday morning.

Young Artists Share Safety Messages

Young Artists Share Safety Messages

South Burnett young artists have taken out three prizes in the State Government’s annual Farm Safety Calendar.

Woman Charged With Theft

Woman Charged With Theft

A 48-year-old woman has been charged over the theft of a number of cattle panels from a Booie property on January 27-28.

Hoopert’s Back in Action

Hoopert’s Back in Action

Sunshine Coast jockey Jason Hoopert – whose career kicked off in Wondai – has a clearance to return to the saddle