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Would-Be Mayors Go Head-To-Head

Would-Be Mayors Go Head-To-Head

South Burnett residents had their first chance to size up the candidates running for Mayor on Monday night at the Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s special Mayoral Forum.

Thank You Percy For Everything!

Thank You Percy For Everything!

Former Wondai Mayor Percy Iszlaub isn’t one to blow his own horn … tuba maybe, but then only when he’s playing with the Wondai & District Band.

$800,000 Project To Fix Culvert

$800,000 Project To Fix Culvert

South Burnett Regional Council has gained $340,000 State Government funding to put towards replacing the dangerous Alford Street culvert in Kingaroy.

Cattle Producers Back Current Tick Line

Cattle Producers Back Current Tick Line

A meeting of 70 cattle producers at Proston Community Hall on Thursday night voted to keep the Tick Line between Mondure and Brigooda in its current position.

Bitumen Seal For Rail Trail

Bitumen Seal For Rail Trail

The Kingaroy-Murgon Rail Trail will be bitumen sealed after the South Burnett Regional Council voted today to accept a $635,000 tender from South Burnett Bobcat Services to undertake the work.

Hay … Can You Help Out?

Hay … Can You Help Out?

Fundraising has already begun for a second Burrumbuttock Hay Run to western Queensland … and the South Burnett is again heavily involved.

Big Expansion For Smithfield

Big Expansion For Smithfield

Proston-based Smithfield Cattle Co is expanding its feedlot capacity by almost a third, thanks to an acquisition at Goondiwindi.

Storms Trigger Widespread Blackouts

Storms Trigger Widespread Blackouts

Thousands of South Burnett residents were without power for nearly three and a half hours on Friday after a string of storms passed through the region.

Meet Another Candidate For Mayor

Meet Another Candidate For Mayor

A fourth candidate has joined the race for South Burnett mayor … and Sheena Lindholm knows at firsthand exactly what the job entails.

Jason Named Citizen Of The Year

Jason Named Citizen Of The Year

Jason Black, the man who started ute musters at South Burnett agricultural shows and grew them to become an integral part of the region’s show circuit, was named the South Burnett’s Citizen Of The Year on Monday night.

Get Ready To Celebrate!

Get Ready To Celebrate!

The South Burnett is gearing up for its annual Australia Day celebrations on Tuesday, with community events planned in almost every town around the region.

Jenny Has An Uplifting Idea

Jenny Has An Uplifting Idea

A recent trip to Papua New Guinea has given Nanango resident Jenny Morgan a great idea about how she can help support women in Australia’s nearest neighbour … quite literally!

Council Votes To Save Hospital

Council Votes To Save Hospital

The South Burnett Regional Council voted 5 to 2 today to take over the licence of the South Burnett Private Hospital.

Public Forum To Discuss Mine

Public Forum To Discuss Mine

Almost 100 people donated a total of $1000 at the Kingaroy Concerned Citizens Group’s Annual General Meeting on Tuesday night to fund a public information forum about the proposed Moreton Resources coal mine.

More Delays Likely Over Hospital

More Delays Likely Over Hospital

Ratepayers hoping for a speedy resolution to the future of the South Burnett Private Hospital at the special Council meeting called for Thursday look set to be disappointed.

Lynda’s Big Day Raises $4600

Lynda’s Big Day Raises $4600

The “Day For Lynda” on Sunday has raised more than $4600 and proved once again how well-loved the late Lynda Geiger was in the Kingaroy community.

Pound Street Going On The Market

Pound Street Going On The Market

The South Burnett Regional Council will call for expressions of interest in one of the South Burnett’s choicest pieces of real estate: the former Pound Street Depot site in Kingaroy.

Ag Minister Meets With AgForce

Ag Minister Meets With AgForce

Agriculture Minister Leanne Donaldson – recently appointed to the role – paid a whistlestop visit to the South Burnett this week as part of a roadtrip to help her get better acquainted with the some of the major issues in her portfolio.

Funding For ‘Missing Link’

Funding For ‘Missing Link’

Years of campaigning by local enthusiasts has paid off with the State Government confirming on Tuesday it has approved funding to complete the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail between Toogoolawah and Moore.

‘We Don’t Know How Lucky We Are’

‘We Don’t Know How Lucky We Are’

A record-breaking hay convoy to drought-stricken farmers in western Queensland had a South Burnett flavour at the weekend … with local businesses supporting the run, local drivers taking part, and local cooks baking up some tasty treats to also head out west.

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