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Murgon Expo Targets Safety

Murgon Expo Targets Safety

The third Community Health Expo organised by Murgon Area Community Health Nurses attracted a strong turnout of stallholders at the South Burnett PCYC on Thursday night.

Bree Earns $5000 Bursary

Bree Earns $5000 Bursary

Former Nanango State High School student Bree Pogany was presented with a $5000 bursary at a University of Southern Queensland ceremony on Thursday night.

Mystery Clouds Solar Farm Vote

Mystery Clouds Solar Farm Vote

South Burnett councillors have voted on the next step in legal proceedings involving Terrain Solar but no one is willing to state publicly exactly what that next step is.

Young Cricketers<BR> Win $1000 Of Gear

Young Cricketers
Win $1000 Of Gear

Junior cricketers in Nanango now have $1000 worth of training gear thanks to a lucky local resident

Meet The New $20 Note

Meet The New $20 Note

The Reserve Bank has revealed the design of the new $20 banknote, which will be released into general circulation in October.

Woman Hurt In<BR> Three-Car Crash

Woman Hurt In
Three-Car Crash

A woman was transported to Kingaroy Hospital after a three-vehicle Bunya Highway collision on Thursday

Team Ironpot Works Its Magic Again

Team Ironpot Works Its Magic Again

Steak, lobsters, prawns, oysters and cold beer … what more could anyone want after a hot summer’s day in the South Burnett?

Thief Wakes Kingaroy Resident

Thief Wakes Kingaroy Resident

Kingaroy police are investigating a “sneak break” which woke a resident in┬áMacdiarmid Street on February 11.

AAP To Fight Fake News

AAP To Fight Fake News

Independent news agency Australian Associated Press (AAP) is launching a dedicated “fact-checking” unit ahead of the Federal Election … and it’s inviting readers to submit claims to be checked.

TRC Extends Rates Relief

TRC Extends Rates Relief

Toowoomba councillors have voted unanimously to extend the deferral of rate notice payments for eligible primary producers who are experiencing severe drought conditions.

Change To Yarraman Water Rules

Change To Yarraman Water Rules

Toowoomba Regional Council has moved to modify guidelines for medium level water restrictions in Yarraman and several other rural towns after listening to community concerns.

Review Suggests Changes To Divisions

Review Suggests Changes To Divisions

Population fluctuations in the northern half of the region could result in some South Burnett residents swapping Divisions at the next Council elections in March 2020.

TRC Backs Federal Funding Push

TRC Backs Federal Funding Push

Toowoomba Regional Council is backing a campaign to increase the Financial Assistance Grants available for local governments throughout Australia.

Karinya Gets $450,000 Grant

Karinya Gets $450,000 Grant

The Karinya aged care facility in Nanango will receive more than $450,000 in funding from the Federal Government for upgrades.

Cutback Cuts Off Flying Doctor

Cutback Cuts Off Flying Doctor

South Burnett Regional Council has decided to shorten the official length of the Nanango airfield to improve aircraft safety after failing to resolve a two-year dispute over the removal of trees.

Local Grapes Find Fame In Victoria

Local Grapes Find Fame In Victoria

Two winemakers who produce fine wines using South Burnett grapes have been named as finalists in Australia’s largest competition for young winemakers.

Calls Grow For Coles Boycott

Calls Grow For Coles Boycott

Coolabunia dairy farmer Damien Tessmann has joined a chorus of rural voices calling for a boycott of Coles supermarkets.

Dishonesty, Drugs and Drink-Driving

Dishonesty, Drugs and Drink-Driving

South Burnett police have again been kept busy investigating thefts and break-ins in the Murgon and Cherbourg areas:

Man Charged Over Club Incident

Man Charged Over Club Incident

A man has been summonsed to appear in court following a disturbance at Nanango RSL Club on Saturday night.

Prayer Focus On Slovenia

Prayer Focus On Slovenia

World Day of Prayer – an interdenominational Christian celebration – will be celebrated in the South Burnett on March 1.

Sad End To Search

Sad End To Search

A two-week search for a man reported missing near Borumba Dam ended in tragedy on Monday.

Solar Farm Back Before Council

Solar Farm Back Before Council

A decision by the Planning and Environment Court may be enough to derail efforts by Council to stop a solar farm being built on the outskirts of Kingaroy

Council Calls In Diver To Fix Leak

Council Calls In Diver To Fix Leak

South Burnett Regional Council will have to hire a specialist scuba diver to repair a water leak from the main Kingaroy water storage tanks.

TRC Considers Pipeline Water

TRC Considers Pipeline Water

Toowoomba Regional Council is weighing up the possibility of taking water from the Toowoomba Pipeline for the first time.

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