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Pink Brekkie<br> Raises $6000

Pink Brekkie
Raises $6000

Murgon’s Pink Ribbon Breakfast has raised more than $6000 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation

Will Mick Lose It Tomorrow?

Will Mick Lose It Tomorrow?

Four Murgon businesses have banded together to host a Pink Ribbon Breakfast on Friday morning (October 19) to raise funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Teen Trailbike Rider Arrested

Teen Trailbike Rider Arrested

About 3:00pm on Saturday, police in Gore Street, Murgon, spotted a person allegedly riding a red unregistered trail bike without a helmet.

Three Stolen Cars Found

Three Stolen Cars Found

Three cars stolen recently from different addresses around the South Burnett have been located by police.

Rain Fails To Dampen Festival Spirit

Rain Fails To Dampen Festival Spirit

After having the town’s Christmas Festival washed out twice in a row and Sunday’s inaugural Rail Trail Festival brought to an abrupt halt by a downpour, some people could be forgiven for thinking Murgon can’t take a trick lately.

Rail Trail Festival Ready To Run

Rail Trail Festival Ready To Run

Organisers of the inaugural Murgon Rail Trail Festival and Marathon are hoping for fine weather and a bumper turnout on Sunday.

Fires Lit Along Roadside

Fires Lit Along Roadside

Police are investigating a string of fires lit along the road leading into Cherbourg last Thursday night

Two Vehicles Stolen From Home

Two Vehicles Stolen From Home

Murgon and Cherbourg police are looking for a white Subaru stolen from a home in Murgon about 3:00am on Friday.

Big Weekend For Young Eagles

Big Weekend For Young Eagles

Murgon Mustangs hosted a special two-day carnival of junior rugby league at the weekend featuring two South Burnett sides plus 11 visiting teams.

Big Weekend Of Junior Footy

Big Weekend Of Junior Footy

South Burnett will be fielding two teams – SB Blue and SB White – in the big U12s Mustangs Challenge being hosted by the Murgon Junior Rugby League Club this weekend.

Report Raises CCTV Security Concerns

Report Raises CCTV Security Concerns

An investigation by the ABC has raised concerns that Murgon’s CCTV system may be covertly sending information back to China.

Murgon Farewell For Irma

Murgon Farewell For Irma

A funeral service will be held in Murgon next Monday (September 10) for well-known and well-loved former Proston, Kingaroy and Murgon resident Irma Close.

PCYC Kids Get An Edge Ahead

PCYC Kids Get An Edge Ahead

It’s all happening at the South Burnett PCYC in Murgon on Monday and Wednesday mornings.

Joey’s Has A New Adopt-a-Cop

Joey’s Has A New Adopt-a-Cop

Pupils at St Joseph’s Catholic School in Murgon have had a busy time recently with the swearing in of their new Adopt-A-Cop plus Book Week fun.

Demolition To Start Soon

Demolition To Start Soon

Work will be starting soon on the new $3.1 million East Murgon Neighbourhood Centre (better known as Graham House).

Footpath Project To Start This Year

Footpath Project To Start This Year

Work on upgrading footpaths in Murgon’s CBD will finally get underway this financial year, though completing the entire project is likely to take longer.

Get Your Kicks At PCYC

Get Your Kicks At PCYC

Have you ever heard of Hwa Rang Do? It’s a martial art which evolved in Korea during the 1960s and is very popular in America … and it’s now available in the South Burnett!

Knockout Win For Murgon

Knockout Win For Murgon

Murgon State School has won through to the next round of the NRL’s Development Cup after a thrilling victory against St Mary’s / St Joseph’s Bundaberg in Murgon this week.

Three Towns To Get Safer Entries

Three Towns To Get Safer Entries

Blackbutt, Nanango and Murgon are three of 18 rural towns selected for Town Entry Treatments (TET) by the Department of Transport and Main Roads as part of an effort to improve road safety.

From Murgon To The World

From Murgon To The World

Journalist Evan Whitton – probably best remembered in Queensland for his daily coverage of the Fitzgerald Inquiry and the books that followed – died this week aged 90.

BIEDO Tour Updates Local MPs

BIEDO Tour Updates Local MPs

South Burnett political leaders were taken on a “listening tour” of some of the region’s businesses on Monday by the Burnett Inland Economic Development Organisation (BIEDO).

Skaters Roll Into Town With Gifts

Skaters Roll Into Town With Gifts

The generosity of the skateboarding community has helped a bunch of Murgon and Cherbourg kids to get gnarly.

Big Week Planned For NAIDOC

Big Week Planned For NAIDOC

NAIDOC Week is being celebrated around Australia from July 8-15, and a number of South Burnett towns have special events planned to mark the occasion

Fun Run Earns State Recognition

Fun Run Earns State Recognition

There’ll be a new award in The Ration Shed’s already-crowded trophy cabinet after chairperson Aunty Sandra Morgan returned from Cairns recently.

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