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101 Years Gone But Never Forgotten …

101 Years Gone But Never Forgotten …

Any thoughts that interest in Remembrance Day would fade away after last year’s Centenary commemorations were put to rest on Monday with strong turnouts at events across the South Burnett.

Man Charged<BR> With Burglary

Man Charged
With Burglary

A 20-year-old Murgon man has been charged with burglary after an alleged incident on October 30

New Eatery<br> Ready To Go

New Eatery
Ready To Go

A new eatery is opening in Kingaroy on Tuesday but there’ll be some familiar faces behind the counter

Hidden Budget Banks A Doomben Berth

Hidden Budget Banks A Doomben Berth

Oakey trainer Graham Banks was victorious in the 1998 Bat Out Of Hell Flying at the Gold Coast with Royal Rego, piloted by Mick Dittman

Qld Health Issues Smoke Advice

Qld Health Issues Smoke Advice

The smoke from so many bushfires in southern Queensland has prompted an alert from Queensland Health.

Jimna Fire Update

Jimna Fire Update

Police assisted with evacuations from the Jimna area on Friday afternoon as a bushfire headed towards the town.

Monsildale Fire Update

Monsildale Fire Update

Firefighters were called to a large bushfire burning in the Monsildale area, north-east of Linville, on Friday afternoon.

Black Snake Fire Update

Black Snake Fire Update

Firefighters have issued an Advice alert for a bushfire burning south-east of Kilkivan township.

Firies Monitor Kingaroy Blaze

Firies Monitor Kingaroy Blaze

Firefighters were back in action on Sunday at the site of Saturday afternoon’s Premier Drive bushfire in Kingaroy.

2019 Remembrance Day Services

2019 Remembrance Day Services

South Burnett residents will pause for a minute’s silence at 11:00am on Monday (November 11) to commemorate Remembrance Day

Search For Missing Man

Search For Missing Man

UPDATE: Police located Mr Senescall in bushland on Monday morning. A police spokesperson said he was now safe and thanked everyone who assisted in the search.

2020: Year Of Indigenous Tourism

2020: Year Of Indigenous Tourism

Next year has been designated the Year of Indigenous Tourism in Queensland.

Driver Hurt In Crash

Driver Hurt In Crash

A driver has been taken to hospital by ambulance after a vehicle struck a kangaroo on Saturday afternoon.

QFES Declares Fire Emergency

QFES Declares Fire Emergency

A State of Fire Emergency has been declared across 42 Local Government Areas in Queensland

Bushfire Burns Near Kingaroy Homes

Bushfire Burns Near Kingaroy Homes

A “Prepare To Leave” warning was issued to local residents on Saturday afternoon after a fire broke out behind houses in Premier Drive in Kingaroy.

Work To Start On Regional Plan

Work To Start On Regional Plan

The State Government announced this week that work will begin soon on developing a new Regional Plan aimed at boosting jobs in the Wide Bay Burnett region.

Fire Ban Extended To TRC

Fire Ban Extended To TRC

Local fire bans were invoked at 10:30am on Friday for the Toowoomba and Southern Downs council areas.

New Role At Stanwell

New Role At Stanwell

Former chair of the Australian Energy Council, Jennifer Tarr, has been appointed general manager at Stanwell Energy, the retail arm of Stanwell Corporation.

Falling Clown Seeks New Home

Falling Clown Seeks New Home

Kingaroy’s Visitor Information Centre complex may soon have a new resident … but only if he can be attached to the inside of the roof.

Vale Paul … A Quiet Hero

Vale Paul … A Quiet Hero

A funeral will be held next week for former Yarraman resident – and Bomber Command airman – Vincent “Paul” Tunn who died on Monday aged 97

Medals Come Home To Murgon

Medals Come Home To Murgon

The memory of a former Murgon resident who served in New Guinea during World War II won’t be forgotten, thanks to a generous donation to the Murgon RSL Sub-Branch by his daughter.

Have You Seen Clive?

Have You Seen Clive?

Police are appealing for public assistance to help find a 74-year-old man travelling in central Queensland.

AgForce Welcomes Drought Package

AgForce Welcomes Drought Package

AgForce Qld has welcomed the Federal Government’s new drought support measures, saying they will deliver much-needed economic stimulus for farm-dependent communities and small businesses.

Police Probe Sudden Death

Police Probe Sudden Death

Police are investigating the sudden death of a three-year-old girl at Cambooya on Wednesday night.

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