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Boost Up For Heritage House

Boost Up For Heritage House

A new set of stairs might not sound like much but it is definitely a “big deal” for the Yarraman Historical Society and Heritage House.

On Target For Christmas

On Target For Christmas

UnitingCare is hoping Christmas shoppers in Kingaroy will help them spread a little bit of festive cheer this year to local families who are doing it tough.

Purser’s To Take Over Brisbane Run

Purser’s To Take Over Brisbane Run

Murgon-based Purser’s Coaches has agreed to take over the Murgon-Caboolture bus run for a three-month trial following the announcement by Brisbane Bus Lines that it is axeing the service.

Matt’s Journey Has Led To Liberia

Matt’s Journey Has Led To Liberia

It’s a long way from growing up on a dairy farm at Nanango to helping to fight Ebola in Liberia, but Dr Matt Caffery, 37, didn’t hesitate when he was given the chance.

Bittersweet Victory For Nick

Bittersweet Victory For Nick

After four attempts, Gold Coast speedway driver Nick Girdlestone has finally won the memorial race named after his late daughter Zoe.

Hivesville Fire Under Control

Hivesville Fire Under Control

Water bombing flights from Kingaroy Airport and a huge effort from teams of firefighters on the ground have contained a large bushfire which at one stage this evening was threatening homes south of Hivesville .

Kumbia Kids Learn About Safety

Kumbia Kids Learn About Safety

Students from Kumbia and Wooroolin State Schools learned the importance of three simple words on Friday: Recognise, React and Report.

Outdoor Movie Night A Success

Outdoor Movie Night A Success

An outdoor movie night held in Wondai’s Coronation Park on Thursday proved to be quite a success.

Man Jailed For Vandalism

Man Jailed For Vandalism

A 21-year-old Kingaroy man has been sentenced to seven months in jail for causing more than $2500 damage to the Kingaroy Redbacks clubhouse on Tuesday night.

A Region Pauses To Remember

A Region Pauses To Remember

Communities across the South Burnett paused at 11:00am on Tuesday to recall the exact moment the guns fell silent in 1918 at the end of the Great War.

Angels Come To The Rescue

Angels Come To The Rescue

There’s a bunch of South Burnett volunteers who are acting as guardian angels to some of the region’s most needy animals.

We Apologise For Any Hiccups

We Apologise For Any Hiccups

We apologise … there may be a few hiccups on South Burnett Online websites over the next 24 hours because of a significant upgrade in our technology.

Students Celebrate The Arts

Students Celebrate The Arts

Students, parents and teachers converged on St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy on Thursday night to celebrate the arts in all its forms.

Junior Riders Create A Buzz

Junior Riders Create A Buzz

One of the South Burnett’s youngest sporting clubs has built a brand new speedway track in the heart of Kingaroy for junior motorcycle riders.

Winners Are Grinners On Cup Day

Winners Are Grinners On Cup Day

If you can’t be at Flemington, Kumbia is always the next-best place to be on Melbourne Cup Day.

Surprise As CEO Departs Suddenly

Surprise As CEO Departs Suddenly

Senior staff member Gary Wall has been appointed Acting Chief Executive Officer of the South Burnett Regional Council following the sudden departure of CEO Ken McLoughlin this morning.

Close Shave Launches Movember

Close Shave Launches Movember

There’s a few more clean-shaven faces on the streets of Kingaroy following Friday’s Movember “shave-off”

Ration Shed Celebrates 10th Birthday

Ration Shed Celebrates 10th Birthday

Cherbourg’s Ration Shed Museum marked its 10th birthday – and 25 years of Golden Oldies reunions – with a celebration at the historic complex on Friday.

Parade Welcomes Gun Back Home

Parade Welcomes Gun Back Home

The saga of the Murgon gun is finally over with the re-positioning of the World War II artillery piece back outside Murgon RSL Club on Thursday afternoon.

Wondai Cadets Bite The Bullet

Wondai Cadets Bite The Bullet

A lack of suitably qualified volunteers means there will be no Australian Army Cadet Unit based at Wondai in 2015.

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