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Eagles Soar At Nanango

Eagles Soar At Nanango

The South Burnett Eagles U18s are sitting in fourth spot on the Toowoomba Rugby League table after a decisive win against the Warwick Cowboys in Nanango last weekend.

Vikki Owns The Wondai Circuit

Vikki Owns The Wondai Circuit

Yatala driver Vikki Paxton stamped her ownership on the Wondai Sprints last weekend, recording the fastest time for the third year in a row

New Faces At Show’n’Shine

New Faces At Show’n’Shine

A popular highlight of the Wondai Sprints weekend is always the show’n’shine which is held on Sunday at the Wondai sports fields

Nurses Reflect On Busy Week

Nurses Reflect On Busy Week

South Burnett nurses hosted local events earlier this month as part of National Advanced Care Planning Week.

Big Weekend Is Off And Running

Big Weekend Is Off And Running

There’s a huge weekend of activities coming up in the South Burnett for Easter … from traditional Easter celebrations to horse racing, marathon running, a garden expo and a bullride.

Woman Trapped<BR> After Kingaroy Crash

Woman Trapped
After Kingaroy Crash

A woman was transported to hospital after a collision in Kingaroy’s CBD on Thursday afternoon

Thieves Drag<BR> Off Teller Machine

Thieves Drag
Off Teller Machine

Police are investigating the theft of a cash teller machine from a Kingaroy business on Thursday morning

Sports Program Gets $390,000 Extension

Sports Program Gets $390,000 Extension

A successful after-school and holidays sports program at Cherbourg will be funded for another three years, Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien announced on Wednesday.

WH&S Probe Farm Death

WH&S Probe Farm Death

Workplace Health and Safety inspectors are investigating an incident where a farm worker was fatally crushed by a planting machine.

11 Charged After Protests

11 Charged After Protests

Eleven people have been charged in relation to recent animal activist protests near Millmerran and Warwick.

Tech Talk Drives<br> Home Safety Message

Tech Talk Drives
Home Safety Message

There’s a group of local women who now know exactly what’s under the bonnet

Speed Blamed For Crash

Speed Blamed For Crash

Kingaroy police are investigating a traffic crash which occurred in Clark and Swendson Road in Kingaroy on Saturday night.

AgForce Slams<BR> ‘Inadequate’ Fines

AgForce Slams
‘Inadequate’ Fines

AgForce says the State Government’s $652 fine for farm “invaders” is manifestly inadequate

Nanango Beats The Odds

Nanango Beats The Odds

Nanango Show Society president Les Schloss says that “considering everything else that was on”, the 110th Nanango Show at the weekend had been an extremely good day.

Gympie Children Still Missing

Gympie Children Still Missing

Police are seeking public assistance to help locate a 11-year-old-boy and 13-year-old girl who are missing from Gympie.

Tranzmile Unveils New Store

Tranzmile Unveils New Store

New owners took over Kingaroy Machinery Centre five years ago … but now the business also has a new name plus a new location!

Gem Show Really Rocked!

Gem Show Really Rocked!

The South Burnett Gem and Fossicking Club held its first gem show at the weekend in Kingaroy … and were blown away by the number of visitors it attracted.

Eleven Charged After Drug Raids

Eleven Charged After Drug Raids

Eleven people have been charged with a total of 23 offences after nine drug raids in Murgon, Cherbourg, Booie and Nanango on April 11.

Event Permits Needed For BVRT

Event Permits Needed For BVRT

Department of Transport and Main Roads has introduced a permit system for events on the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail.

TV Stolen From Caravan

TV Stolen From Caravan

Thieves have targeted a house and caravan in Maidenwell, smashing a window and stealing a television.

Barbecue To Support ‘Aspies’

Barbecue To Support ‘Aspies’

A barbecue lunch is being held in the Kingaroy Town Hall Forecourt on Wednesday (April 17) to help raise funds for the South Burnett Autism Support Group (SBASG).

Stags To Host TV Game

Stags To Host TV Game

It’s now official … Nanango Stags will be hosting a round of the InTrust Super Cup in July.

Protesters Face $652 Fines

Protesters Face $652 Fines

Animal rights activists who invade farms and meatworks in Queensland will face $652.75 fines.

Taskforce Wants To Hear From Tradies

Taskforce Wants To Hear From Tradies

 The Special Joint Taskforce investigating allegations of fraud in Queensland’s building industry will be holding a face-to-face session for local tradies in Toowoomba next month.

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