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Hospitals Look For Green Solutions

Hospitals Look For Green Solutions

Darling Downs Health – the authority responsible for all South Burnett public hospitals – says it is taking action to address the potential impacts of climate change.

Kumbia Catholics Mark 100 Years

Kumbia Catholics Mark 100 Years

Former members of the Kumbia Catholic community travelled from near and far at the weekend to mark the Centenary of the opening of the Our Lady Of Peace church in town.

New CEO<BR> To Head SQCT

New CEO
To Head SQCT

The new chief executive officer for Southern Queensland Country Tourism will be announced soon

Family<BR> Held-Up In Park

Family
Held-Up In Park

Police are hunting a group of juveniles involved in an attempted armed robbery in Kingaroy on Thursday

Crash Near Memerambi

Crash Near Memerambi

One lane of the Bunya Highway near Memerambi was briefly closed to traffic after a single-vehicle crash early on Friday morning.

Full Fields For Nanango Races

Full Fields For Nanango Races

The Nanango Race Club will be wrapping up its 2018-19 racing season this weekend with its Autumn Race Meeting.

High Stakes Combat At Nanango

High Stakes Combat At Nanango

Saturday’s round of the Battle Of The Bush Series at Lee Park is shaping up to be as gripping as last year’s edition.

State To Speed Up Bill Payments

State To Speed Up Bill Payments

The State Government will reduce the time it takes to settle invoices from small businesses from 30 days to 20 days.

Heritage Laws Under Review

Heritage Laws Under Review

Indigenous communities and industry stakeholders are being encouraged to have their say on Queensland’s cultural heritage legislation.

Baker To Share Business Tips

Baker To Share Business Tips

Kenilworth Country Bakery founder Jenna Sanders will be the guest speaker at a free Queensland Small Business Week event being held in Murgon next Wednesday (May 29).

Rider Dies In Hospital

Rider Dies In Hospital

A motorcycle rider involved in a crash in Kingaroy on Thursday afternoon has died in hospital.

Show Draws Bumper Crowd

Show Draws Bumper Crowd

Age may be starting to take its toll on the Blackbutt Show Society’s members but public enthusiasm for the 85-year-old Blackbutt Show gives no sign of fading any time soon.

Aussie Star Among The Reds

Aussie Star Among The Reds

Have you noticed all the warbirds flying in and out of Kingaroy Airport this week?

Woman Hurt In Crash

Woman Hurt In Crash

A woman was taken to Kingaroy Hospital after a collision involving three vehicles on the D’Aguilar Highway just outside Kingaroy on Wednesday afternoon.

Take The Safety Pledge

Take The Safety Pledge

After so many fatal crashes in the South Burnett region this year, it’s definitely time we all took the pledge again for road safety …

Safety Check For Airport

Safety Check For Airport

Kingaroy residents shouldn’t be alarmed if they spot a very low-flying aircraft early next month.

Woman ‘Five Times Over Limit’

Woman ‘Five Times Over Limit’

A 42-year-old Kingaroy woman was allegedly more than five times over the legal limit when police found her sitting in her Ford sedan last week.

Crowies Outlet First In Queensland

Crowies Outlet First In Queensland

A South Australian couple who moved to Kingaroy 18 months ago has been hard at work transforming one of the region’s oldest paint stores into one of Australia’s latest franchise outlets.

Building Approvals Rise

Building Approvals Rise

Building approvals in the South Burnett may be emerging from a four-year slump, according to new data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Grant To Upgrade Ringsfield

Grant To Upgrade Ringsfield

Nanango’s historic Ringsfield House will receive a new roof, thanks to a $115,747 grant from the State Government.

$105,000 Deal Backs Baconfest

$105,000 Deal Backs Baconfest

The organisers of Kingaroy BaconFest have announced they have secured a three-year, $105,000 sponsorship deal with SunPork Fresh Foods.

Share A Cuppa With A Cop

Share A Cuppa With A Cop

Like to chat and share a cup of coffee? Then this could be the event for you …

Drunk Drivers To Face Charges

Drunk Drivers To Face Charges

Three people will face drink-driving charges after being stopped for roadside breath tests recently by Murgon police.

$2m Upgrade To Start Next Week

$2m Upgrade To Start Next Week

Work on the $2 million refurbishment of the former Nanango Shire Council Chambers will begin next week.

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