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Boys Charged Over Mini-Bus Theft

Boys Charged Over Mini-Bus Theft

Three young boys have been charged after a mini-bus was allegedly stolen from a government property in Murgon on Sunday night and crashed into a fence in Cherbourg.

MP Calls For School Ban On Eureka Flag

MP Calls For School Ban On Eureka Flag

A suggestion by the Queensland Teachers’ Union that teachers place Eureka Flag stickers on their private property in schools has raised the ire of Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington.

Cherbourg Aims To Go One Better

Cherbourg Aims To Go One Better

The Grand Final of the South Burnett’s local senior cricket competition will be played on Saturday at Murgon State High School.

$567,000 Expansion At Murgon Leather

$567,000 Expansion At Murgon Leather

Murgon Leather is set to receive a half a million dollar expansion, thanks to assistance from the Federal Government.

Farmers Take Stock After Storms

Farmers Take Stock After Storms

Over the past few years, the South Burnett Regional Council has had to organise both Drought Recovery and Flood Recovery barbecues and information sessions to help ease the pain of natural disasters in the area.

Men’s Shed Gets Hi-Tech Help

Men’s Shed Gets Hi-Tech Help

Kingaroy Men’s Shed now has some of the latest computer equipment thanks to the very grateful son of one of the members.

Kaitlin Earns $5000 Scholarship

Kaitlin Earns $5000 Scholarship

Kaitlin Moat, from Nanango, is the lucky 2018  recipient of South Burnett Women’s $5000 Dr Ellen Mary Kent Hughes Memorial Scholarship.

Deb’s Mobile Office Returns To Murgon

Deb’s Mobile Office Returns To Murgon

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington will be holding a second mobile office in Murgon after her last visit was quickly booked out.

Valuations Issued For TRC Area

Valuations Issued For TRC Area

Land valuation notices have been issued by the Queensland Valuer-General for properties in the Toowoomba Regional Council area.

Charity Night Farewells Bushy

Charity Night Farewells Bushy

A charity dinner to help “Lift the Lid” on mental health issues – as well as the career of retiring Police Prosecutor Sgt Wayne Bushell – filled Kingaroy Town Hall on Saturday night.

A Big Week For SB Women

A Big Week For SB Women

South Burnett Women have put together a big program of events for Queensland Women’s Week

Farm Incomes ‘Returning To Trend’

Farm Incomes ‘Returning To Trend’

The latest ABARES Agricultural Commodities report forecasts a dip in farm production and exports in 2017–18, before steady growth over the next five years.

Have You Seen Frank?

Have You Seen Frank?

Police are seeking public assistance to locate a 54-year-old man reported missing from Kilkivan

School Says Thank You To Shoppers

School Says Thank You To Shoppers

Woolworths’ Kingaroy store manager Karla-Maree Matson made a quick home delivery to Kingaroy State School last week … but it wasn’t a box of groceries.

Vale Allan Swendson

Vale Allan Swendson

A funeral service will be held on Friday for well-known Kingaroy businessman and developer Allan Swendson, 73, who died on February 28.

New Hours At Library

New Hours At Library

A trial of new opening hours at Goomeri Library began on Monday (March 5).

Lawyers Call For Social Media Legislation

Lawyers Call For Social Media Legislation

Social media platforms must be held to account for harm caused by cyber bullying and violence, says a leading Australian law firm.

Women Finalists Announced

Women Finalists Announced

Four finalists have been announced for the prestigious 2018 AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award.

India Doubles Chickpea Tariffs

India Doubles Chickpea Tariffs

The future of chickpeas in Queensland is looking bleaker following another hike in tariffs by the Indian government.

Windera Calf Sashed Grand Champ

Windera Calf Sashed Grand Champ

A 12-month-old bull calf from the RSVP Droughtmasters Windera cattle stud was sashed Grand Champion Exhibit at the 33rd annual Droughtmaster Futurity Show held at Gatton Showgrounds on Saturday.

United Start Season With Big Win

United Start Season With Big Win

The South Burnett’s new combined soccer team, South Burnett United, has begun with a flying start in the Toowoomba Football League’s Championship competition.

Police Find Toddler In Back Seat

Police Find Toddler In Back Seat

A 46-year-old Gayndah man, allegedly spotted drinking alcohol while driving, had a three-year-old girl in the back seat of the car at the time, police will allege.

Have You Seen Constance?

Have You Seen Constance?

Police are appealing for public help to locate a 36-year-old woman who may be in the Brisbane area although she also has family connections throughout south-east Queensland.

Come And Try Junior Speedway

Come And Try Junior Speedway

There’s lots happening at the Kingaroy Junior Motorcycle Speedway Club track at Kingaroy Showground on Saturday, including the club’s first Come and Try Day for 2018.