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Winds Whip Up Accidental Fire

Winds Whip Up Accidental Fire

Strong winds caused problems for firefighters called to a grassfire accidentally started near Wondai on Saturday afternoon.

Work To Start Soon On Wind Farm

Work To Start Soon On Wind Farm

After years of speculation, community consultations and funding uncertainty, the $850 million Coopers Gap wind farm has received its final green light.

Swickers Protest ‘A Joke’

Swickers Protest ‘A Joke’

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has labelled Wednesday afternoon’s animal rights protest outside Swickers in Kingaroy as “a joke”.

They’re Off To See The Wizard!

They’re Off To See The Wizard!

The South Burnett Musical Comedy Society’s exuberant and innovative production of ‘The Wizard Of Oz’ will open at Kingaroy Town Hall this Friday night (August 18).

Heritage Announces $300,000 Grants

Heritage Announces $300,000 Grants

Heritage Nanango Community Branch is putting more than $300,000 back into the community this year.

A Wild Time In Ol’ Kumbia

A Wild Time In Ol’ Kumbia

Go west young man (and woman), go west! The traditional command was obeyed with gusto on Saturday night at the annual Kumbia Brain Drain.

Winter Wonders Take Over Stage

Winter Wonders Take Over Stage

Kingaroy Town Hall was transformed into a “Winter Wonderland” on Friday night for Kingaroy State High School’s annual Flair concert.

New Exhibition A Sign Of The Times

New Exhibition A Sign Of The Times

August’s exhibition at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery was officially opened on Friday night, and most people agreed it was a sign of the times … quite a few of them, in fact.

Sergeant Presented With Special Award

Sergeant Presented With Special Award

Cherbourg Police Officer-in-Charge Sergeant Scott Prendergast was presented with a special Meritorious Service medal at the recent Queensland Police awards ceremony held at the Kingaroy RSL.

Fudooka Students Soak Up Aussie Culture

Fudooka Students Soak Up Aussie Culture

Kingaroy State High School hosted a friendly farewell dinner on Thursday for 30 students from Japan’s Fudooka High School who have spent the past week at the school.

Region Does Well In NAPLAN

Region Does Well In NAPLAN

St John’s Lutheran School in Kingaroy has shone in the NAPLAN results released on Wednesday … but all South Burnett schools should be happy with their results.

High School Winery Bottles First Drop

High School Winery Bottles First Drop

The South Burnett’s smallest winery took another important step forward on the weekend when it bottled its first thousand litres of wine.

Nanango Enjoys Apex Victory

Nanango Enjoys Apex Victory

Nanango State High School students have taken out the Senior Final of the local Apex Secondary Schools Debating competition, successfully arguing “that Service Clubs are essential for society to function effectively”.

Careers Market Plants Big Ideas

Careers Market Plants Big Ideas

The annual South Burnett Careers Market attracted at least 950 registered students to the TAFE Queensland South West’s Kingaroy campus on Thursday.

Red Earth Unveils $1000 Bursary

Red Earth Unveils $1000 Bursary

A new $1000 training bursary for older South Burnett women was launched at the recent Red Earth Community Foundation dinner held in Kingaroy.

Moreton ‘Praises’ KCCG Art Project

Moreton ‘Praises’ KCCG Art Project

Moreton Resources has “praised” the Kingaroy Concerned Citizens Group’s 385 Alive art project, telling the ASX it is a tribute to the company’s rehabilitation of its former underground coal gasification site.

Captains Dinner Had Everyone Smiling

Captains Dinner Had Everyone Smiling

Two of Australia’s best-known sporting greats – and an almost-great – entertained the large crowd at Saturday night’s “Dinner With The Captains” in Kingaroy.

B-Double Flips At Benarkin

B-Double Flips At Benarkin

A truck driver had a lucky escape when his B-Double left the road and flipped on its side near Benarkin on Sunday night.

Australia Post Grilled Over Postcode

Australia Post Grilled Over Postcode

Australia Post officials got a surprise on Friday when they visited Blackbutt and were met by Federal and State MPs, local councillors and a crowd of more than 40 residents.

Ringsfield Bidders Back Out

Ringsfield Bidders Back Out

Calls for formal expressions of interest to take over the operation of Nanango’s historic Ringsfield House have failed to produce any offers.

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