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Everyone Loves To Sing

Everyone Loves To Sing

Every fortnight, the front bar at Wondai’s Warana Hotel Motel becomes a magnet for music lovers keen to “have a go” behind the mike on a Friday night.

Auction Marks The End Of An Era

Auction Marks The End Of An Era

Visitors coming to Kingaroy for this weekend’s vintage machinery rally could well go home with an extra John Deere tractor or two.

$80m Needed For New Hospital

$80m Needed For New Hospital

A new Kingaroy hospital is still a key priority for the State Government, but it’s just a matter of finding the $70-$80 million necessary to get the job done.

Cherbourg To Host Trail Adventure

Cherbourg To Host Trail Adventure

The bushland around Cherbourg will be “on show” over the South Burnett & Cherbourg On Show long weekend when the local trail riders club invites visitors to join them for a 30km ride.

A Bloomin’ Great Weekend!

A Bloomin’ Great Weekend!

This year’s Bloomin’ Beautiful Blackbutt Festival was “the best in the last three years” according to Festival chairman Jeff Connor.

Fans And Vans Fill Nanango Muster

Fans And Vans Fill Nanango Muster

The Heritage Country Music Muster, held at Nanango over the weekend, drew another bumper crowd despite a hundred last-minute caravan cancellations.

Art Show Makes A Big Hit

Art Show Makes A Big Hit

The Murgon Art Show celebrated its opening night on Friday by chalking up an incredible $20,000 worth of sales … but art buyers still have this weekend to snap up good buys.

Did You Ask The Question?

Did You Ask The Question?

The South Burnett Suicide Prevention Working Group;s annual celebration of R U OK? Day this year attracted support from more than 50 businesses throughout the region.

1.6km Sprint Course Unveiled

1.6km Sprint Course Unveiled

Officials from the Confederation Of Motor Sport (CAMS) have yet to give the Wondai Sprints track a tick of approval, but organisers are confident the 1.6km street track will pass with flying colours.

Ag Training Offers Key To Future

Ag Training Offers Key To Future

Out past Goomeri, the Shaftesbury Centre has launched its third program in the South Burnett … this time an agricultural training facility for young indigenous men.

Fete’s A Recipe For Having Fun

Fete’s A Recipe For Having Fun

St Joseph’s Catholic School in Murgon held its annual fete on Friday night and it was – as always – one of the biggest nights in town.

Bugle Calls Echo Historic Battle

Bugle Calls Echo Historic Battle

An echo from Australia’s World War I campaign in the Middle East sounded in Yarraman on Saturday.

Marble Captures Spirit Of Anzac

Marble Captures Spirit Of Anzac

Kingaroy’s new marble statue of a World War I digger has arrived ahead of schedule for its unveiling on Anzac Day next year.

Dingoes Find A Young Friend

Dingoes Find A Young Friend

Durong’s Dingo Simon has found a most unlikely advocate in his bid to raise funds for his Dingo Sanctuary.

Qantas Signs Wellcamp Deal

Qantas Signs Wellcamp Deal

Qantaslink – the regional arm of Qantas – announced today it has signed a deal to secure 11 return flights to and from Sydney a week from the new Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport near Toowoomba.

A Hundred Years Of History

A Hundred Years Of History

A hundred years of pioneering in the Ironpot area was remembered on Saturday when about 170 relatives and friends gathered at the Downes family’s “Werona” property to celebrate the farm’s centenary.

Almost Perfect Day For Nanango

Almost Perfect Day For Nanango

Saturday was a perfect day for the Evolution Solar Football League Grand Finals in Nanango.

Historic Victory For Cherbourg

Historic Victory For Cherbourg

Saturday was a historic day: the first time Cherbourg has hosted an A Grade rugby league grand final, a return to live radio broadcasts of rugby league in the South Burnett, plus an emphatic “three-peat” victory for the home team, the Hornets.

Best Ever Brunch For Breast Cancer

Best Ever Brunch For Breast Cancer

It was possibly the “breast-ever” brunch held at the old Taabinga Station Slab Hut … definitely a cut above the damper and golden syrup the old stockmen probably once enjoyed.

Colleen’s Running Off To The Beach

Colleen’s Running Off To The Beach

Go Getta Girls founder Colleen Gunn is confident the popular Kingaroy-based running club will keep on pounding the pavement in pink long after she leaves the area.

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