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$500m Fund For ‘Carbon Farming’

$500m Fund For ‘Carbon Farming’

Applications are now open for Round 1 of the State Government’s new $500 million Land Restoration Fund.

SES Keen For Recruits

SES Keen For Recruits

Kingaroy SES hopes to sign up a string of new members following an Open Day on Saturday

Collision On Roundabout

Collision On Roundabout

A police vehicle and a private car were involved in a collision on the River Road / Kingaroy Street roundabout in Kingaroy on Tuesday evening.

Drought Relief For Catholic Schools

Drought Relief For Catholic Schools

The Federal Government has announced $3.9 million in fee relief for Catholic school families in Queensland experiencing hardship as a result of the drought.

Police Officer ‘Almost Run Over’

Police Officer ‘Almost Run Over’

A man has been charged with multiple traffic offences after an off-duty police officer was allegedly almost run over in Yarraman last Tuesday.

Pedestrian Hit By Vehicle

Pedestrian Hit By Vehicle

A pedestrian was transported to Kingaroy Hospital in a stable condition after being struck by a vehicle in Youngman Street, Kingaroy, on Tuesday afternoon.

MP Quits Twitter

MP Quits Twitter

Llew O’Brien has quit Twitter due to the “constant negativity and name calling” on the platform

Five Hurt In Crash

Five Hurt In Crash

Five people were taken to Kingaroy Hospital after a collision involving three vehicles on Kingaroy-Cooyar Road between Tarong and Maidenwell on Monday evening.

$8.6m Saleyards Officially Opens

$8.6m Saleyards Officially Opens

The $8.6 million upgrades at the Roma Saleyards – the largest beef saleyards in Australia – were officially opened on Sunday evening.

Ambulance To Celebrate 100 Years

Ambulance To Celebrate 100 Years

A special celebration will be held at the Kingaroy Ambulance Station next month to mark the centenary of ambulance services in Kingaroy

Avocados Are A Winner For Sam

Avocados Are A Winner For Sam

Blackbutt digital artist Sam Blanch’s winning design will feature on this year Blackbutt Avocado Festival poster.

Georgie Honoured With AM

Georgie Honoured With AM

Durong grazier Georgie Somerset is on the ABC Board, is the General President of AgForce … and is now also a Member of the Order of Australia.

What Unites Us, What Divides Us

What Unites Us, What Divides Us

Australia Day has become a day to remember what unites us and what divides us … but it is also a day to salute all the people in our communities that go above and beyond any divisions.

$14m ‘Phase 2’ Supports Unveiled

$14m ‘Phase 2’ Supports Unveiled

A $14 million Phase 2 Community Recovery Package has been announced to help communities in the local government areas hit by the Southern Queensland Bushfires (Sept 6-12) and the Eastern Queensland Bushfires (Nov 8-Dec 19).

E-Petition Backs Maleny Dairies

E-Petition Backs Maleny Dairies

An official E-Petition has been lodged with the State Government in support of Maleny Dairies.

How To Have Fun This Australia Day

How To Have Fun This Australia Day

There’s probably nothing more Australian than enjoying a long weekend … and we’re all getting an extra one this year because January 26 falls on Sunday, pushing the Australia Day public holiday to Monday

Callout For Clinicians

Callout For Clinicians

Are you a clinician providing support services in the South Burnett?

Bunya Rainforest Lookout Officially Opens

Bunya Rainforest Lookout Officially Opens

The State Government is encouraging visitors to take a look at $600,000 worth of Works For Queensland upgrades completed recently at the Bunya Mountains.

Don’t Forget About Somerset

Don’t Forget About Somerset

Somerset Regional Council is pleading not to be left high and dry following the Federal Government’s announcement it was supporting communities affected by bushfire.

Sunwater ‘Squeezing Farmers Dry’

Sunwater ‘Squeezing Farmers Dry’

The State Opposition has accused Sunwater of “squeezing farmers dry” after the corporation’s annual report showed the utility enjoyed a massive jump in revenue despite the drought.

Fatal Hit-And-Run On Highway

Fatal Hit-And-Run On Highway

Police are investigating a fatal hit-and-run that occurred on the New England Highway on Thursday evening.

Cherbourg Maps Out Next Five Years

Cherbourg Maps Out Next Five Years

Cherbourg Council has set its goals for the next five years in its new Corporate Plan, passed at its January meeting.

Boost For Emergency Relief

Boost For Emergency Relief

Families doing it tough in the South Burnett will be a little bit better off thanks to the generosity of a local motor vehicle dealer.

‘Pointless Xenophobia’ In Dairy Debate

‘Pointless Xenophobia’ In Dairy Debate

Queensland Dairyfarmers Organisation president – and Coolabunia dairy farmer – Brian Tessmann has weighed into the debate over the Metro North Hospital dairy contract, highlighting “pointless xenophobia”.

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