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Big Guns Draw A Crowd

Big Guns Draw A Crowd

Wooroolin’s Anzac Day drew a larger-than-usual crowd this year, and credit for it was probably split evenly between a famous guest speaker and star power.

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

Kingaroy<br> Turns Out In Force

Kingaroy
Turns Out In Force

Kingaroy’s Anzac Day crowd was a big as ever on Wednesday, despite the temptation of Wooroolin

Get In Fast For Community Grants

Get In Fast For Community Grants

Community groups are being urged to apply for grants of up to $35,000 from the latest round of the State Government’s Gambling Community Benefit Fund.

Council Hires 10 Trainees

Council Hires 10 Trainees

The South Burnett Regional Council welcomed 10 trainees on board this week, thanks to funding from the Queensland Government.

Anzac Day<br> Around Our Region

Anzac Day
Around Our Region

Anzac Day was marked with big crowds – and great solemnity – all throughout the region

Race Crowd Turns Out To Honour Anzacs

Race Crowd Turns Out To Honour Anzacs

Wondai’s traditional Anzac Day Race Meeting always draws a crowd, but this year it turned out to be one of the biggest seen in many seasons.

Fire Scare At Dingo Sanctuary

Fire Scare At Dingo Sanctuary

Durong Dingo Sanctuary’s Simon Stretton is full of praise for the firefighters who brought a wild grassfire under control on Sunday, just metres away from his animal enclosures.

McEuen Mountain<BR> Bike Trails Expand

McEuen Mountain
Bike Trails Expand

The McEuen Forestry area near Wondai is becoming a popular playground for mountain bike riders

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.

Bollards Help Protect Trail

Bollards Help Protect Trail

Visiting caravanners will be prevented from accidentally driving over the South Burnett Rail Trail thanks to two upgrades installed this week.

South Burnett<BR> Anzac Day Services

South Burnett
Anzac Day Services

Your complete guide to the South Burnett’s 2018 Anzac Day commemoration services

Slap In The Face For Farmers: AgForce

Slap In The Face For Farmers: AgForce

AgForce says Queensland farmers are angry and bitterly disappointed after a Parliamentary committee recommended vegetation management laws be passed without any changes.

Steel Shoe Action On Saturday

Steel Shoe Action On Saturday

Some of the best junior speedway riders from Queensland and interstate will be coming to Kingaroy on Saturday for the third annual John Titman Golden Steel Shoe Challenge.

Proposal Isn’t ‘Done And Dusted’

Proposal Isn’t ‘Done And Dusted’

South Burnett councillor Ros Heit has urged any residents concerned about proposed cuts to Council support for community groups to speak out.

Indigenous Help Ahead Of NDIS

Indigenous Help Ahead Of NDIS

The State Government has launched a project to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disability living in south-east Queensland access the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

Mayor Responds To Cutback Claims

Mayor Responds To Cutback Claims

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell has submitted the following response to southburnett.com.au in the wake of recent reports about proposed Budget measures which will affect local community groups.

Garden Expo Blooms In Sunshine

Garden Expo Blooms In Sunshine

The sunshine brought out biggest crowd seen in years – possibly, ever – at the Wondai Garden Expo at the weekend.

Bush Picnic Recalls Olden Times

Bush Picnic Recalls Olden Times

South Burnett residents and visitors who’d like see a little-known corner of the Timbertowns are being invited to come along to a bush picnic in May.

Rotary Wants Your Books!

Rotary Wants Your Books!

Taabinga Rotary Club has begun planning for its 10th annual Bookarama sale in Kingaroy … and it’s looking for books!

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.

Patient Subsidy Delays ‘Unacceptable’

Patient Subsidy Delays ‘Unacceptable’

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington says people in the South Burnett are still waiting three months or more for their Patient Travel Subsidy (PTSS) claims to be reimbursed.

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