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Fr Dan Grundy Celebrates 50 Years

Fr Dan Grundy Celebrates 50 Years

For a Catholic priest who has never been placed formally in any parish in the South Burnett, Fr Dan Grundy seems to know lots and lots of local residents.

Still A Glimmer Of Hope For Hospital

Still A Glimmer Of Hope For Hospital

The South Burnett Private Hospital closed it doors for the last time as a Pulse Health-run facility on Tuesday afternoon, but South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann still hopes it won’t be forever.

Lots To Discover In Nanango

Lots To Discover In Nanango

There’s lots to explore and enjoy in Nanango, which a Brisbane TV crew discovered for themselves on Monday.

‘A Budget For The Future’

‘A Budget For The Future’

South Burnett ratepayers will face a 2.75 per cent rate rise from July 1 following the handing down of Council’s 2015-2016 Budget by Mayor Wayne Kratzmann this morning.

Tiny Truck Is Turning Heads

Tiny Truck Is Turning Heads

Eagle-eyed car spotters may have seen an odd-looking little vehicle on Kingaroy streets on Friday … a bright blue Fordson unlike any seen here before.

Housing Estate Also Builds Careers

Housing Estate Also Builds Careers

A new housing estate being built at Cherbourg will not only help ease overcrowding in the town – it will also bring many other benefits by the time it is finished in three years.

A Town Gone But Not Forgotten

A Town Gone But Not Forgotten

Memories of the South Burnett’s forgotten town, Wengenville, have been captured forever in a book launched at the Bunya Mountains on Saturday.

Mayor Defends Nanango

Mayor Defends Nanango

A report by accountants PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) which claims Nanango has experienced the sharpest drop in economic output of any town or region in Australia has been questioned by South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann.

Steep Challenge For Cyclists

Steep Challenge For Cyclists

The South Burnett proved a steep challenge – literally – for the teams of cyclists taking part in the weekend’s Giro d’South Burnett.

A Long Journey From Runnymede

A Long Journey From Runnymede

There’s been a lot of talk this week about the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, but for one South Burnett family the celebrations have had an extra special significance.

Marcus Paces Off Into The Sunset

Marcus Paces Off Into The Sunset

There were smiles, tears and hugs on Wednesday as Cherbourg Council bade farewell to journalist Marcus Priaulx and marked the end of the successful Barambah PaCE (Parental and Community Engagement) educational program.

Small Gifts Open Up A Big World

Small Gifts Open Up A Big World

Sixteen old computers aren’t worth much to South Burnett CTC but to Brisbane man Graham Pampling, they will help to open up a world of possibilities for his students.

Mitta Dynevor … A Champion Remembered

Mitta Dynevor … A Champion Remembered

Friends, family members and former boxers honoured a sometimes forgotten South Burnett sportsman on Saturday … gold-medal winning boxer Jeffrey “Mitta” Dynevor (1938-2008).

Big Crowd For Big Screen

Big Crowd For Big Screen

The Big Screen Film Festival’s red carpet opening night drew a good crowd at the Nanango Cultural Centre … in fact, it was almost “packed to the rafters” for special guest actor Ryan Corr.

Artists Plan A Street Party

Artists Plan A Street Party

Murgon artists Lee Porter and Sandy Hoffman and photographer Sherrianne Talon plan to hold an all-day street party in Murgon next month.

Can You Throw A Paper Plane?

Can You Throw A Paper Plane?

Paper plane experts Dylan Parker and James Norton are challenging local residents to a paper plane “throw-off”

Stars Come Out For Big Screen

Stars Come Out For Big Screen

Ryan Corr will be arriving in the South Burnett this Friday, June 12, as the special guest for this year’s Big Screen Film Festival. And film buffs will be able to meet him in person on Friday night.

Young Readers Up For A Challenge

Young Readers Up For A Challenge

The South Burnett Readers’ Cup may not be as well known as the Melbourne Cup or the Caulfield Cup, but it’s equally well-contested, always attracting a strong field of would-be champions.

France To Recognise Paul’s Valour

France To Recognise Paul’s Valour

Yarraman resident Paul Tunn will soon have a new medal to wear on Anzac Day … a very special decoration from the French Government.

Family Stunned By $64,000 Charge

Family Stunned By $64,000 Charge

We’ve all had troublesome neighbours, but Skye Roberts’ “bad neighbours” at Memerambi could end up costing her and her family $64,000.

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