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Inflatable Concept Not Just Hot Air

Inflatable Concept Not Just Hot Air

South Burnett Regional Council is considering buying an inflatable sound shell that could be hired by community groups

Vine Dining<BR> Returns As Grape Escape

Vine Dining
Returns As Grape Escape

Vine Dining, a multi-winery experience that ran at Moffatdale until 2012, will be returning this October

Council Seeks<BR> State Funds For CBD

Council Seeks
State Funds For CBD

The SBRC will try to secure State Government funds for its planned upgrade of Kingaroy’s CBD

Black Coffee Will Keep Audiences Alert

Black Coffee Will Keep Audiences Alert

Fans of Agatha Christie’s Belgian detective Hercule Poirot are in for a special treat later this month, courtesy of the Nanango Theatre Company

Scots Go Bush

Scots Go Bush

The South Burnett’s annual salute to all things Scottish got under way at Boondooma on Thursday

Government Turns Down Irrigators

Government Turns Down Irrigators

Murgon businesses may face a recession as bad as one they faced in 2007-2008 when many had “For Sale” signs in their windows.

Free Bingo For Seniors Week

Free Bingo For Seniors Week

Nanango will be marking Seniors Week with free bingo games and a bonus light luncheon this year, thanks to a State Government grant.

Africa Inspires New Exhibition

Africa Inspires New Exhibition

A one-month residency at Namibia’s national art gallery was a dream come true for artist Shan Wood.

Council Listening Schedule Released

Council Listening Schedule Released

South Burnett Regional Council will begin its annual “listening tour” next month to hear concerns from the region’s residents.

Motel Offers BaconFest Alternatives

Motel Offers BaconFest Alternatives

Visitors coming to Kingaroy for this year’s BaconFest in search of a special dining experience – and locals who want to enjoy the Festival on a budget – still have time to book tickets for two dining events.

MP Presses Case For Irrigators

MP Presses Case For Irrigators

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has called on the State Government to waive Part A charges for irrigators using the Barker-Barambah Water Supply Scheme

LNP Calls For Suspension Of Water Fees

LNP Calls For Suspension Of Water Fees

The LNP has slammed the State Government for charging irrigators for water it can’t supply

Martial Arts Mayhem On The Way

Martial Arts Mayhem On The Way

Martial arts exponents from all over south-east Queensland and NSW will be coming to the South Burnett this weekend.

Businesses Get Tips On NBN

Businesses Get Tips On NBN

The first thing businesses who want to migrate to the NBN should do is to assess their telecommunications use and take an educated guess about what they would like to do in the future.

Gift Turns Crazy Idea Into Reality

Gift Turns Crazy Idea Into Reality

A “crazy idea” to buy a large slice of Proston’s CBD became reality last week when a community group acquired ownership of seven shops in Blake Street

Derby Tops Off Cup Day

Derby Tops Off Cup Day

Saturday’s Nanango Cup race meeting drew the biggest crowd seen at Lee Park so far this year … and also one of the most unusual.

Council Unveils Major Sewerage Program

Council Unveils Major Sewerage Program

South Burnett Regional Council is planning to survey and reline all the region’s sewer systems over the next eight months.

Council Plans Water Main Upgrades

Council Plans Water Main Upgrades

Residents living in several parts of Kingaroy will get their water mains upgraded over the coming three months.

‘Biggest Fan’ Visits Coopers Gap

‘Biggest Fan’ Visits Coopers Gap

Energy Minister Dr Anthony Lynham paid a return visit to the Cooper’s Gap Wind Farm on Thursday to inspect progress on the site.

TIO Warns About NBN Scams

TIO Warns About NBN Scams

Threats of being disconnected from phone and internet services, loss of phone numbers, and inaccurate information about NBN plans are a major source of concern, according to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman.

Market Test Turns Up A Winner

Market Test Turns Up A Winner

Testing the general public’s reaction to avocado-based smoothies, mocktails and cocktails has turned up another winner for Blackbutt’s Avocado Festival.

Major Cycling Event Planned For Spring

Major Cycling Event Planned For Spring

Kingaroy looks set to play host to between 300 and 350 cyclists in early September, along with their friends, family, teams, support crew, media and fans.

Students Rock Out For Charity

Students Rock Out For Charity

An audience of almost 1000 packed the Maryknoll Centre at St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy on Friday night to help raise funds for a good cause.

Council To Discuss Uluru Statement

Council To Discuss Uluru Statement

South Burnett councillors will discuss the Uluru Statement From The Heart to determine Council’s official position on it.

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