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Artists Do It For Love

Artists Do It For Love

One of the South Burnett’s oldest painting groups believes it has survived for 11 years because its focus is as much about socialising as it is about art.

Council Considers Shorter Road Name

Council Considers Shorter Road Name

South Burnett Regional Council will undertake public consultation about changing one of the region’s longest road names to something much shorter

Region’s Population Declines Again

Region’s Population Declines Again

The South Burnett’s population has continued to decline over the past year, according to the latest population data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Kathy Receives Unique Council Award

Kathy Receives Unique Council Award

An extraordinary gift to the people of Proston by South Burnett Deputy Mayor Kathy Duff has gained Statewide recognition.

Drought Bites Into Cattle Numbers

Drought Bites Into Cattle Numbers

Numbers were reduced to 400 in Murgon at the last fortnightly cattle sale on Tuesday, October 1.

Council Extends Taabinga Downs Approval

Council Extends Taabinga Downs Approval

A controversial Kingaroy residential development first approved in 2014 has had its development approval extended to September 2024 by the South Burnett Regional Council.

Full Fields For Nanango Races

Full Fields For Nanango Races

Nanango Race Club will be holding its Nanango Cup Race Meeting at the Lee Park Racecourse on Saturday

Tips For Burrandowan

Tips For Burrandowan

There will be many seasoned punters at Burrandowan on Saturday doing their best to declutter the bookmakers’ bags, and just as many patrons who will be novices or once-in-a-while racegoers

‘Bunny’ Pulls Rabbit From Hat

‘Bunny’ Pulls Rabbit From Hat

Brian Laherty conjured up an impressive victory on Saturday that delighted both serious and omen punters at Nanango’s Lee Park

Full Fields For Wondai Races

Full Fields For Wondai Races

The South Burnett Race Club will be holding its traditional Anzac Day Race Meeting at the Wondai Racecourse in Baynes Street, Wondai on Thursday, April 25

Bears Mauled By Panthers

Bears Mauled By Panthers

The Barambah Bears received a mauling from Nanango’s Panthers in the first round of this year’s local football competition when it kicked off last Saturday

Woman Survives Lightning Strike

Woman Survives Lightning Strike

A woman aged in her fifties was transported to Murgon Hospital on Thursday evening after a lightning strike in Tingoora.

Council Hosts ‘Creative Roundtable’

Council Hosts ‘Creative Roundtable’

South Burnett Regional Council will be hosting its first “Creative Roundtable” at the Wondai Art Gallery next week.

Grants Program Aids Mental Health

Grants Program Aids Mental Health

The Foundation for Regional and Regional Renewal and CCI Giving are inviting applications to support projects that improve mental health in rural communities.

Job Openings At Wind Farm

Job Openings At Wind Farm

The Kingaroy Chamber Of Commerce and Industry is urging experienced plant operators and HR drivers looking for work to apply to Wagners Investments and the WorkPac Group in Toowoomba.

Players Bowled Over By Carnival

Players Bowled Over By Carnival

Indoor bowlers converged on Wondai Town Hall recently to compete in the South Burnett Indoor Bowls Club’s annual carnival.

Police Launch Easter Blitz

Police Launch Easter Blitz

Police will be out in force on the roads over the Easter break, and motorists are being asked to stay to stay focussed and share the road with care.

Man, 34, Killed In Crash

Man, 34, Killed In Crash

A 34-year-old Kingaroy man was killed in a head-on crash on the Burnett Highway, north of Booubyjan, on Saturday morning

Small Business Digital Grants Available

Small Business Digital Grants Available

The fourth round of the State Government’s Small Business Digital Grants Program, which is designed to increase the digital capabilities of small businesses, is now open.

Sale Breaks Month-Long Drought

Sale Breaks Month-Long Drought

Just under 1000 were yarded in Murgon Tuesday after a month without a sale due to weather conditions.

Principal Takes A New Job

Principal Takes A New Job

Taabinga State School’s long-serving Principal Susan Beatty will be leaving soon to take up a new position in Yeppoon.

$80m Clean Up Bill For UCG Plant

$80m Clean Up Bill For UCG Plant

The Queensland Government seems likely to be hit with an $80 million bill to rehabilitate land around the former Linc underground coal gasification site near Chinchilla.

Googa Facility Set To Expand

Googa Facility Set To Expand

The Googa Outdoor Education Facility at 571 Nukku Road, Googa Creek has been given approval to expand by Toowoomba Regional Council.

Business Meetings For CBD Project

Business Meetings For CBD Project

The South Burnett Regional Council will be holding two meetings for Kingaroy’s CBD property owners and traders on Thursday, March 22 to discuss preliminary plans for its inner-city revitalisation project.

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