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Locals Want Better Roads: RACQ

Locals Want Better Roads: RACQ

Where would you spend $100 million if you had the chance to improve local transport?

Three Hurt In Collison

Three Hurt In Collison

Three people were injured in a two-vehicle collision near the intersection of Thornville Range Road and the New England Highway, south of Cooyar, on Monday morning.

Fund Opens To Nurture Ideas

Fund Opens To Nurture Ideas

Innovative farmers and food producers have been invited to apply for financial assistance from the Coles Nurture Fund to help them develop new market-leading products, processes and technologies.

Kingaroy Track<BR> Wins National Title

Kingaroy Track
Wins National Title

Kingaroy Speedway Club members are over the moon that their track has been recognised at national awards

Coopers Gap Goes Online

Coopers Gap Goes Online

An historic milestone occurred at the Coopers Gap wind farm on Monday with the first electricity generated from the site

Eight Charged With Drug-Driving

Eight Charged With Drug-Driving

Eight people will face drug-driving charges after recent police operations in the Kingaroy area.

Pirates Are Ready For Action

Pirates Are Ready For Action

Tickets are now on sale for Kingaroy State High School’s latest production, a new version of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance”.

Get A Permit Before You Burn

Get A Permit Before You Burn

Firefighters are urging South Burnett residents to obtain a “Permit to Light Fire” when reducing fuel loads on their properties ahead of bushfire season.

Cyclists Toast A Tasty Ride

Cyclists Toast A Tasty Ride

The Taste The Trail cycling tour might have to become an annual event after the success of the inaugural outing.

Meteor Lights Up Night

Meteor Lights Up Night

South Burnett residents were among hundreds of people on social media who reported a fireball which lit up the night sky just after 10:00pm on Saturday.

MP Highlights Fire Station Funding

MP Highlights Fire Station Funding

Emergency Services Minister Craig Crawford has put the spotlight on the latest Budget allocations for new fire stations in Yarraman and Kilkivan but has given no date as to when the projects will be completed.

James Takes His Pork To The World

James Takes His Pork To The World

Two Kingaroy businesses are among an elite group of “emerging exporters” who have been selected to take part in a special three-year mentoring program which aims to help expand their markets.

Saints Back At Home

Saints Back At Home

South Burnett Saints AFL teams will be playing back at home this weekend after spending last weekend on the road.

Rival Tourism Bodies To Merge

Rival Tourism Bodies To Merge

Just a fortnight after a new CEO was named to take the reins at Southern Queensland Country Tourism, it appears the rift with a rival tourism body may be over

New Look A Win For Netballers

New Look A Win For Netballers

There are some very happy young netballers at St Joseph’s Primary School in Murgon, eager to show off their new uniforms.

Bree Joins RDA Committee

Bree Joins RDA Committee

Bundaberg Fruit and Vegetable Growers managing director Bree Grima is the latest new face to join the Regional Development Australia Wide Bay Burnett committee.

Community Talk Shares AA Experience

Community Talk Shares AA Experience

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other …

LNP Calls For Bushfire Report

LNP Calls For Bushfire Report

The LNP Opposition has called on the State Government to release the report into last year’s devastating bushfires to ensure communities can be better prepared for the season ahead.

Farmers Alarmed By ‘Blue Dot’ Maps

Farmers Alarmed By ‘Blue Dot’ Maps

A change in vegetation mapping introduced by the State Government in a bid to protect habitats for endangered species has alarmed AgForce.

MP Quizzes Minister Over Bees

MP Quizzes Minister Over Bees

Locking out beekeepers from National Parks in 2025 will destroy many horticultural industries, according to Member for Gympie Tony Perrett.

Ag Meeting Puts Spotlight On Beef

Ag Meeting Puts Spotlight On Beef

Beef production was the focus of the South Burnett Community Agriculture Network’s latest quarterly meeting, held in Kingaroy last week.

Cracking Time With Mosaics

Cracking Time With Mosaics

Local artists had a smashing time at a mosaic workshop held in the old 1913 Council Chambers building in Kingaroy at the weekend.

Plan Now For A Good Old Age

Plan Now For A Good Old Age

Centacare will be hosting a “Living Well Longer” free lunch and information session in Kingaroy next week.

Car Stolen From Garage

Car Stolen From Garage

A car stolen from a home in Murgon last week was found a few hours later in Cherbourg.

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