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Nanango & Yarraman Pause To Remember

Nanango & Yarraman Pause To Remember

A large crowd gathered at Nanango’s Cenotaph on Wednesday morning to greet the dawn and remember in silence the sacrifices made on Turkish shores just over 100 years ago

Quota Team Starts New Year

Quota Team Starts New Year

The Quota Club of Kingaroy held its annual changeover dinner at the Pioneer Lodge Motel on Monday evening.

Work To Start On War Memorial

Work To Start On War Memorial

Toowoomba Regional Council plans to begin work next Monday on a revamp of the historic Goombungee War Memorial which will spell the end of the surrounding garden bed.

More Funding For Bunya Rangers

More Funding For Bunya Rangers

The State Government has announced funding for four new positions at the Bunya Murri Rangers.

Another Huge Weekend Of Sport

Another Huge Weekend Of Sport

There’s a big weekend of sport coming up in the South Burnett … with speedway, junior and senior soccer and rugby league, and AFL all coming back to life.

Tourism Season Is Ready To Roll

Tourism Season Is Ready To Roll

The frosts start arriving after Anzac Day … and so do the tourists, especially the grey nomads from down south searching for warmer climes.

Sunshine Brings Out The Crowd

Sunshine Brings Out The Crowd

There was plenty of excitement both on and off the track at the third annual Wondai Sprints held at the weekend.

July Deadline For Storm Grants

July Deadline For Storm Grants

Primary producers in the North Burnett Regional Council area who suffered direct damage from severe weather last October have until July 20 to apply for a State Government exceptional circumstances grant.

Boy Injured In Horse Fall

Boy Injured In Horse Fall

A teenage boy was airlifted to Brisbane on Tuesday following a serious fall from a horse in the Mundubbera region.

Thieves Target House … Twice

Thieves Target House … Twice

A man is assisting police following a double break-in at Nanango on Friday.

Linc Energy Found Guilty

Linc Energy Found Guilty

Linc Energy has been found guilty in the Brisbane District Court of causing serious environmental harm at its underground coal gasification project near Chinchilla.

Royal Welcome For Queen’s Baton

Royal Welcome For Queen’s Baton

It’s just a simple loop made from macadamia wood and recycled plastic – bits and pieces collected off Gold Coast beaches – but the Queen’s Baton created some very special memories for a lot of people in Kingaroy this week.

47th Battalion Squad Named

47th Battalion Squad Named

South Burnett Rugby League president Greg Pomfret has released the names of the players selected for the training squad for this year’s 47th Battalion campaign.

NAIDOC Grants Open

NAIDOC Grants Open

Applications have now opened for Federal Government funding to support 2018 NAIDOC Week celebrations.

Helpers Wanted For Easter Run

Helpers Wanted For Easter Run

The Maidenwell Community Group is seeking helpers to man drink stations during the upcoming Easter Running Festival

AgForce Seeks Extension To Deadline

AgForce Seeks Extension To Deadline

AgForce is calling for more time for rural landholders to have their say on proposed new Queensland vegetation management laws.

Anthrax Case Sparks Reminder

Anthrax Case Sparks Reminder

A recent outbreak of anthrax on a cattle property near St George has prompted the State Government to remind farmers to vaccinate cattle and sheep against the killer disease.

LNP Seeks Nominations

LNP Seeks Nominations

The LNP is calling for nominations from party members to contest the seat of Blair at the next Federal Election.

Mining Postives Outweigh Negatives: Poll

Mining Postives Outweigh Negatives: Poll

A CSIRO national survey on attitudes toward mining shows that three-quarters of Australians think mining companies should gain consent from local communities before development.

Proston Blessed With Another Great Show

Proston Blessed With Another Great Show

The Proston Show was “blessed with kind weather, green grass and a good range of exhibits” … these words from Federal MP Ken O’Dowd at the official opening summed up Saturday’s 60th annual show very nicely.

Busy Week For Kingaroy Police

Busy Week For Kingaroy Police

Vandals have struck at the Kingaroy Swimming Pool twice in two weekends.

Fifteen Charged With Drug-Driving

Fifteen Charged With Drug-Driving

Police are astounded that 15 alleged drug drivers have been detected in the South Burnett since last Thursday.

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