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Forestry Field Day Re-Scheduled

Local landholders interested in forestry management practices have been invited to attend a “chopper roller” field day at BJ Gentry’s eastern property off Manumbar Road, north of Nanango, on Friday, April 20.

Dates For Small Business Group

Have your diaries handy? The Kingaroy Retailers and Small Business Group has released its meeting dates for the rest of 2012.

Did You See Anything?

Did You See Anything?

Nanango Police have asked parents to contact them if they saw any suspicious activity around Nanango State High School on Sunday, March 18.

Stay Safe Around Generators

Ergon Energy is urging its customers to stay safe this Easter … especially if using generators while on camping trips.

Date Change For Riverfire

Date Change For Riverfire

If you’re planning to head down to Brisbane to catch Riverfire this year – and we know a lot of South Burnett residents do – then you should take note that the date has changed.

Two Escape Serious Injury In Rollover

Two Escape Serious Injury In Rollover

Two Murgon men had a lucky escape when their vehicle rolled on the Bunya Highway, south of Wondai, on Saturday afternoon.

Kingaroy Downs Crusaders In Final

Kingaroy Downs Crusaders In Final

Talented women’s cricketer Holly Ferling, 16, starred in Kingaroy Services’ drought-breaking grand final victory over Murgon Crusaders at Lyle Vidler Oval in Kingaroy on Saturday.

Amber Wins ‘Best Australian Song’

Amber Wins ‘Best Australian Song’

Nanango country music singer Amber Goldsmith is “absolutely stoked” with her success at the annual Garden City Country Music Festival held in Oakey at weekend.

UAVs Heading Back To Kingaroy

UAVs Heading Back To Kingaroy

Entries are now open for the annual UAV Challenge – Outback Rescue which will be held in and around Kingaroy between October 1-4 this year.

Water Police Enforcing New Regulations

Water Police Enforcing New Regulations

Heading out to one of our dams this Easter? Then you’d better beware that the Water Police will be targeting the new water regulations over Easter.

RACQ Urges Drivers To Prepare

RACQ Urges Drivers To Prepare

With the Easter school holidays starting tomorrow the RACQ is urging motorists to take time to prepare for road trips to maximise the safety of their families, friends and other road users.

AGL Rescue Helicopter Says ‘Thanks’

AGL Rescue Helicopter Says ‘Thanks’

Newly installed Quota club presidents Heather Castle (Murgon) and Marie Shaw (Kingaroy) with Leanne Shedlock from the AGL Action Rescue Helicopter.

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