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Local Winery Wins Big In Asia

Local Winery Wins Big In Asia

Moffatdale Ridge has won five medals at Hong Kong’s 2017 Wine Luxe International Awards, one of Asia’s highest profile wine events.

Three-Year Deal For TSBE

Three-Year Deal For TSBE

Toowoomba Regional Council has endorsed a new three-year funding deal for the Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise (TSBE), a key economic development organisation in the region.

Wellcamp Airport Marks Third Birthday

Wellcamp Airport Marks Third Birthday

Toowoomba’s Wellcamp Airport not only notched up its third birthday this week, but has also won an award for its cargo business.

Council Extends Prequalified Suppliers List

Council Extends Prequalified Suppliers List

The South Burnett Regional Council will extend existing contracts with businesses on its Prequalified Suppliers list until June 30 so it can review current contracting arrangements.

Treasurer Says State Finances Improving

Treasurer Says State Finances Improving

The 2016-17 Report on State Finances showing the final outcomes of last year’s State Budget confirm Queensland had a $2.821 billion surplus and reduced its debt by $1 billion.

More Payment Certainty For Subbies

More Payment Certainty For Subbies

Building industry subcontractors will have more certainty about getting paid on time after the State Government passed a new law through parliament.

Wind Farm Meeting In Kingaroy

Wind Farm Meeting In Kingaroy

South Burnett businesses and job seekers who’d like to be involved in the construction of the Coopers Gap Wind Farm are being invited to a meeting in Kingaroy on Wednesday, October 25.

Innovation Hubs For Wide Bay Burnett

Innovation Hubs For Wide Bay Burnett

The Queensland Government and the Wide Bay Burnett Regional Organisation Of Councils will jointly invest $1 million to create three innovation hubs in Gympie, Fraser Coast and Bundaberg.

Caravanners Tell Us How To Do It Better

Caravanners Tell Us How To Do It Better

Large numbers of recreational vehicles and caravans coming to the South Burnett are proof the region is already doing “a lot of things right”, a workshop in Kingaroy heard on Tuesday night.

South Burnett Wineries Win Big

South Burnett Wineries Win Big

South Burnett wineries have held their own against the best in Australia at this year’s Queensland Wine Awards

Woolooga Solar Farm Still On Track

Woolooga Solar Farm Still On Track

A proposal to build an enormous solar farm at Woolooga is progressing well, and the project’s creators hope to be able to gain approval by October.

Mortgage Stress: How’s Your Town?

Mortgage Stress: How’s Your Town?

New data estimates that a one per cent increase in interest rates would push between 11 and 25 per cent of mortgage holders in the South Burnett’s two biggest towns into mortgage stress.

Muffin Break Opens In Kingaroy

Muffin Break Opens In Kingaroy

Kingaroy Shoppingworld was busier than usual on Wednesday morning as shoppers tried a new store

Rail Trail Gets Warm Reception

Rail Trail Gets Warm Reception

The South Burnett Rail Trail is showing signs of becoming a major tourist drawcard for the South Burnett.

MP Says Power Prices Out Of Control

MP Says Power Prices Out Of Control

Electricity prices are out of control, Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington told the Kingaroy Chamber Of Commerce and Industry at the KCCI’s latest Meet’n'Greet on Monday night.

State Government Swaps To ‘Buy Local’

State Government Swaps To ‘Buy Local’

The State Government will introduce a new “Buy Queensland” procurement policy across all agencies, statutory bodies and government-owned corporations from September 1.

Local Plumber Notches Up Third Win

Local Plumber Notches Up Third Win

Goomeri plumbing company James Giles Plumbing Pty Ltd has won the Queensland Gas Association Type B Gas Installation Of The Year award for the third year in a row.

Group Launches Digital Bridal Magazine

Group Launches Digital Bridal Magazine

Kingaroy’s Glendon Street forecourt took on a festive look for a few hours on Saturday night to help launch the South Burnett’s first digital bridal magazine and website.

Wide Bay-Burnett Is<BR> Nation’s Poorest Region

Wide Bay-Burnett Is
Nation’s Poorest Region

The Wide Bay-Burnett has the lowest disposable income per capita in the nation, according to the ALGA

Cafe Gets A Caffeine Conversion

Cafe Gets A Caffeine Conversion

When Cooyar couple Glenn and Jenny Keen dropped into the Timbertowns Cafe in Yarraman a few months ago for a quick cup of coffee, they never dreamed they’d walk out owning the business.

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