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Coal Mine Decision ‘By Next Christmas’

Coal Mine Decision ‘By Next Christmas’

Moreton Resources expects to have a decision from the State Government on its proposed open-cut Kingaroy coal mine by next Christmas.

Carissa Awarded Inaugural Bursary

Carissa Awarded Inaugural Bursary

The inaugural winner of a bursary sponsored by the Barambah branch of the Queensland Rural, Regional and Remote Women’s Network (QRRRWN) was announced in Murgon on Wednesday night.

LNP Elects Deb To Top Role

LNP Elects Deb To Top Role

She’s done it! Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington was elected Opposition Leader at an LNP Party Room meeting on Tuesday afternoon.

Storm Strikes Murgon Fair … Again

Storm Strikes Murgon Fair … Again

A large storm which cut short Murgon’s annual Christmas Fair on Friday night may be the last straw for the festival’s organisers.

Storms Shake Up Region

Storms Shake Up Region

Storms caused havoc in several parts of the South Burnett on Friday and Saturday evenings.

TAFE’s Making Great Things Happen

TAFE’s Making Great Things Happen

“I hope your dreams come true” … this was Cherbourg Mayor Arnold Murray’s message to students at Thursday’s Nurunderi TAFE graduation ceremony.

Beetle Release Aims To Tame Alien World

Beetle Release Aims To Tame Alien World

Two weeks ago I stepped out of the South Burnett on to the surface of an alien planet where every square inch as far as the eye could see was covered in an endless ocean of green vines.

Councillors’ Fears Put Plan At Risk

Councillors’ Fears Put Plan At Risk

A proposal to move Wooroolin Railway Station back to its original location has attracted support from the Wooroolin community but has aroused concerns in some South Burnett councillors.

Races Outpace The Rain

Races Outpace The Rain

Nanango Race Club’s Christmas Race Meeting went ahead on Sunday despite dire rainfall threats of 25mm to 50mm from the Weather Bureau.

Morcombes Share A Vital Message

Morcombes Share A Vital Message

Bruce and Denise Morcombe are familiar sights around Queensland schools, but sadly their important safety message will never go out of date.

Church Gives Thanks For Upgrade

Church Gives Thanks For Upgrade

Nanango’s Immanuel Lutheran Church in Drayton Street was the scene of a special community celebration on Sunday morning.

Deb’s Humble About Nanango Result

Deb’s Humble About Nanango Result

All the TV experts have called it – and the numbers look certain – but LNP candidate Deb Frecklington was being coy about claiming victory in the Nanango electorate on Monday.

LNP Takes Strong Lead In Nanango

LNP Takes Strong Lead In Nanango

Early election counting indicates LNP candidate Deb Frecklington will be easily returned as the Member for Nanango, although her margin will have been trimmed.

Rail Trail Could Extend To Theebine

Rail Trail Could Extend To Theebine

The Kilkivan-Kingaroy Rail Trail could be extended to Theebine if the Labor Party is re-elected on Saturday.

$20,000 Makeover For Community Hall

$20,000 Makeover For Community Hall

The community hall at SBcare in Kingaroy will receive a much-needed makeover thanks to $20,000 funding from the Federal Government.

Palliative Care Unit Re-Opens

Palliative Care Unit Re-Opens

The old Palliative Care Unit was officially re-opened at Kingaroy’s Lady Bjelke-Petersen Community Private Hospital on Monday.

Classy Way To Farewell High School

Classy Way To Farewell High School

Kingaroy State High School’s Year 12 students celebrated their end of schooling in style with a classy dinner and dance at Kingaroy Town Hall on Thursday night.

Nanango Students Step Out In Style

Nanango Students Step Out In Style

Nanango State High School students stepped into the limelight on Thursday night for their annual Year 12 Formal.

Blackbutt To Get New Postcode

Blackbutt To Get New Postcode

A decade-long fight to get Blackbutt its own postcode paid off on Friday when Australia Post agreed to split the old 4306 postcode area in half.

Big Night For St Mary’s Students

Big Night For St Mary’s Students

St Mary’s Catholic College kicked off the South Burnett’s 2017 formal season on Tuesday night with its annual Valedictory Dinner for Year 12 students at the Kingaroy Town Hall.

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