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Blackbutt Greets Its New Supermarket

Blackbutt Greets Its New Supermarket

Blackbutt’s Coulson Street was a hive of activity on Wednesday morning as eager Timbertowners rushed to take a look inside the town’s long-awaited – and much-debated – new supermarket for the first time.

Stanwell Expands Tarong Workforce

Stanwell Expands Tarong Workforce

The Tarong power stations have increased their workforce, welcoming 16 new mechanical trades and electrical employees to the team.

More RV Parking Spaces Needed

More RV Parking Spaces Needed

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell has laughed off rumours he doesn’t want a free camping area in Kingaroy because he is related to one of the town’s caravan park operators.

Motor Racing Proposal Still Active

Motor Racing Proposal Still Active

Media reports Triple R Motorsport has “pulled the plug” on its proposal to build a motorsport complex in the South Burnett are not correct.

Find South Burnett Jobs Here

Find South Burnett Jobs Here

southburnett.com.au is introducing a new service for our readers today – a live job board run by Kingaroy recruitment consultancy Employment Matters.

Reaction To Streetscape ‘Positive’

Reaction To Streetscape ‘Positive’

Last week’s public consultation meetings about the Kingaroy Revitalisation project had been “very positive”, according to South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell.

Mayor Says Economy ‘In Great Shape’

Mayor Says Economy ‘In Great Shape’

Toowoomba Regional Council Mayor Paul Antonio believes Toowoomba’s regional economy is in great shape.

Power Costs Excessive: Report

Power Costs Excessive: Report

State governments have spent up to $20 billion more than was needed on the electricity grid, according to a new Grattan Institute report released on Monday.

Local Economy Looks Bright: Mayor

Local Economy Looks Bright: Mayor

The outlook for the South Burnett’s regional economy is looking bright, according to South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell.

Small Business Digital Grants Available

Small Business Digital Grants Available

The fourth round of the State Government’s Small Business Digital Grants Program, which is designed to increase the digital capabilities of small businesses, is now open.

KCCI Urges Businesses To Submit EOIs

KCCI Urges Businesses To Submit EOIs

The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry is urging qualified South Burnett businesses to submit expressions of interest for work on the Coopers Gap Wind Farm.

Festival Delivers $500,000 Boost

Festival Delivers $500,000 Boost

The South Burnett Wine and Food In The Park Festival delivered a $500,000 economic boost for Kingaroy and nearby towns on the weekend, despite rainy conditions.

Woolies Axe Gift Card Expiry Dates

Woolies Axe Gift Card Expiry Dates

Woolworths have announced they will axe expiry dates on gift cards – not just on new cards, but also on cards already issued.

Public Meetings On Kingaroy CBD Upgrade

Public Meetings On Kingaroy CBD Upgrade

South Burnett Regional Council will hold public consultation meetings about Kingaroy’s CBD revitalisation project on March 22 and 23

Substation Build Gets Underway

Substation Build Gets Underway

A Powerlink electricity substation being built on Niagara Road at Boyneside should be handling the output of the Coopers Gap Wind Farm within a year.

Bega Outlines PCA Plans To Council

Bega Outlines PCA Plans To Council

Bega Cheese chairman Barry Irvin dropped in to the South Burnett Regional Council’s monthly meeting on Wednesday to outline his company’s plans for the Peanut Company of Australia.

Council Approves Two Piggery Expansions

Council Approves Two Piggery Expansions

The South Burnett Regional Council has given development approvals to two piggeries so they can more than triple their production from 11,700 standard pig units (SPU) to 42,250 SPU.

Curtain Falls On ‘Shop Local’ Campaign

Curtain Falls On ‘Shop Local’ Campaign

An innovative ‘shop local’ promotion run by the South Burnett Regional Council for the past 21 months will come to an end soon.

Programs Aim To Close Gender Gap

Programs Aim To Close Gender Gap

Female leaders and business owners can nominate to take part in two targeted support programs aimed at enhancing their business skills.

No Local Wine At Games

No Local Wine At Games

The South Burnett Wine Industry Association says it is disappointed with Commonwealth Games organisers, who have snubbed Queensland’s wines and opted to sell Victorian wines at the Games instead.

Construction Starts On Wind Farm

Construction Starts On Wind Farm

After many years of patient planning, construction has officially started on Australia’s largest wind farm.

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.

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