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Holy Guacamole! Blackbutt Was Big …

Holy Guacamole! Blackbutt Was Big …

The 2019 Blackbutt Avocado Festival had everything on Saturday … from parachute jumps and a parade, to budgies, postripping and lots and lots of visitors.

Woman Run Over By Caravan

Woman Run Over By Caravan

A 71-year-old Victorian woman has been flown to hospital with leg injuries after being struck by a caravan at South Nanango on Friday morning.

FRRR Fund To Support Disaster Recovery

FRRR Fund To Support Disaster Recovery

The Foundation for Rural Regional & Rural Renewal has launched a new Disaster Resilience and Recovery Fund to provide flexible funding to support preparedness and recovery.

It’s Time To End The Acland Saga

It’s Time To End The Acland Saga

The Acland mine saga is continuing to drag on, much to the annoyance of probably everyone involved … farmers, Oakey businesspeople, New Hope executives, mining workers and shock jock Alan Jones.

MP Opens Graham House

MP Opens Graham House

Murgon’s $3.1 million new-look Graham House community centre was officially opened on Tuesday

It’s Time To Say R U OK?

It’s Time To Say R U OK?

Thursday is R U OK Day, the day when we are reminded of the importance of having meaningful conversations with the people in our lives

Firies Called To Murgon Blaze

Firies Called To Murgon Blaze

Fire crews were called to a grass fire in a paddock alongside the Bunya Highway near Murgon on Sunday night

What’s On At BaconFest

What’s On At BaconFest

Are you wondering what’s happening where and when at this year’s Kingaroy BaconFest?

Car, Horsefloat Collide

Car, Horsefloat Collide

Three people were injured when a car and a vehicle pulling a horsefloat collided on the D’Aguilar Highway south of Colinton on Sunday afternoon

Truck Driver Dies In Crash

Truck Driver Dies In Crash

A 71-year-old truck driver died on Monday afternoon when his grain truck rolled and caught on fire on the Brisbane Valley Highway near Harlin

Work Starts On Qantas Academy

Work Starts On Qantas Academy

The first sod was officially turned on Wednesday at the site of the new Qantas Group Pilot Academy at Wellcamp Airport.

South Burnett Shines At Awards

South Burnett Shines At Awards

The South Burnett has picked up two major awards at the regional finals of the Queensland Training Awards, held in Gatton on Friday night.

Kingaroy Tops Off A Big Day

Kingaroy Tops Off A Big Day

A big day of rugby league at Wondai was topped off with a big Grand Final at the end of the annual Mini Mods carnival played last weekend.

RYDA Makes Our Roads Safer

RYDA Makes Our Roads Safer

South Burnett roads should be a little bit safer following the latest round of Rotary’s successful RYDA program in Kingaroy this week.

RSL Project Hinges On Coalition Win

RSL Project Hinges On Coalition Win

Murgon RSL Sub-Branch will be hoping the Coalition secures victory at the upcoming Federal Election so their proposed Drop-In Centre can go ahead.

Winning Display At Wondai

Winning Display At Wondai

Entries were down a little at the South Burnett Orchid Society’s annual show at the Wondai Diggers Club on Saturday, but the exhibition room was still ablaze with colourful and exotic blooms.

Intoxicate Toast Their Success

Intoxicate Toast Their Success

Intoxicate kept their unbeaten record intact by taking out the Grand Final of the South Burnett Futsal competition in Kingaroy on Tuesday night

Nominate A Black Spot

Nominate A Black Spot

South Burnett residents have been invited to nominate mobile phone black spots to their local Federal MP.

Meeting To Discuss PCYC Plan

Meeting To Discuss PCYC Plan

A meeting will be held at the South Burnett PCYC in Murgon on Thursday night to discuss the proposed introduction of a Saturday night anti-crime program in the town.

School Bags Grant For Garden

School Bags Grant For Garden

Tingoora State School is one of 538 schools across Australia which has been selected to receive a Woolworths Junior Landcare Grant.

Two Charged After Drug Raids

Two Charged After Drug Raids

Police allegedly seized cannabis worth more than $50,000 – and two people have been charged – after raids on Wednesday and Thursday in Murgon, Wondai and Proston.

$20,000 To Update Town Hall

$20,000 To Update Town Hall

Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien has secured a $20,000 grant to provide new equipment at Murgon Town Hall.

Acland Expansion Moves Closer

Acland Expansion Moves Closer

New Hope Corporation – the company behind the Stage 3 expansion at New Acland Coal Mine – has been granted approval to amend the Environmental Authority for the project

Police Hunt Would-Be Thieves

Police Hunt Would-Be Thieves

Police are investigating a bizarre failed robbery attempt at a service station in Kilcoy where the would-be thieves eventually fled empty-handed along the D’Aguilar Highway.

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