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Punters In The Pink At Nanango

Punters In The Pink At Nanango

Nanango Race Club’s Valentine’s Day meeting had one more race than initially expected, giving punters a bonus at Lee Park’s first meeting of the year.

Labyrinth Is A Labour Of Love

Labyrinth Is A Labour Of Love

About 50 people gathered in Proston on Saturday to mark the completion of a new community milestone

Feedback Sought On Car Park Upgrade

Feedback Sought On Car Park Upgrade

South Burnett Regional Council is seeking public input into plans to upgrade the Alford Street car park in Kingaroy (ie. the carpark behind the banks).

Zahni Helps To Make History

Zahni Helps To Make History

Kingaroy State High School graduate Zahni Dugdell made history this week when she moved into King’s College at The University of Queensland in Brisbane.

Going Nuts For Visitors

Going Nuts For Visitors

Members and friends of the Bunya Mountains Natural History Association have been busily breaking up bunya cones to pop the nuts into the freezer.

Holden Brand To Disappear

Holden Brand To Disappear

The iconic Holden brand will disappear from Australian new car showrooms by 2021, General Motors announced on Monday.

QFF Rejects Water Pricing Report

QFF Rejects Water Pricing Report

Farmers – already struggling with government policies, energy prices and natural disasters – now face higher water costs after the release of the latest pricing report, the Queensland Farmers Federation says.

Nanango Raises<br> $8200 For Fire Victims

Nanango Raises
$8200 For Fire Victims

A recent fundraiser to assist bushfire victims in NSW has raised an amazing $8200

Elderly Man Hurt In Crash

Elderly Man Hurt In Crash

An 80-year-old Wattle Camp man was injured in a collision at the intersection of the D’Aguilar and Brisbane Valley highways on Sunday afternoon.

Investigators To<BR> Probe House Fire

Investigators To
Probe House Fire

Police say a fire which badly damaged a house in Kingaroy is being treated as suspicious

Soccer Sevens Shine In Kingaroy

Soccer Sevens Shine In Kingaroy

The rain gods smiled on Kingaroy’s annual Soccer Sevens tournament last weekend … despite downpours elsewhere in the region, no games were disrupted during the two days of play.

Yellowbelly Triumphs Over Weather

Yellowbelly Triumphs Over Weather

The combination of drought and floods meant attendance numbers at this year’s Boondooma Yellowbelly were the lowest in more than four years, but organisers were still happy.

Another Legendary Day Of League!

Another Legendary Day Of League!

Old footballers never die … they just keep on lacing up their boots and having fun on the field.

Midwives Join Health Service

Midwives Join Health Service

A dozen new midwives began their journey with Darling Downs Health this week, starting a graduate program with a week of orientation.

Grants For Local Sporting Groups

Grants For Local Sporting Groups

Twenty South Burnett sporting groups are among 1469 across Queensland to receive small grants from Round 1 of the State Government’s “Active Clubs” program.

Ruby Is Anderson’s New Gem

Ruby Is Anderson’s New Gem

Last year, Hivesville trainer Lindsay Anderson tightened the race day girth for 25 runners, and accrued six wins courtesy of Clouds, Kentford and Momentum Glory, along with six placings

Full Fields For Nanango Races

Full Fields For Nanango Races

Nanango Race Club will be holding Lee Park’s first race meeting of the year this Saturday, February 15

Fourth Candidate Enters Mayoral Race

Fourth Candidate Enters Mayoral Race

A fourth candidate has joined South Burnett Regional Council’s race for mayor … Durong resident Toni Ralph.

Diverse Exhibitions Launch New Year

Diverse Exhibitions Launch New Year

Wet weather – or the promise of it – led to a smaller than usual turnout for the opening of the Wondai Regional Art Gallery’s first exhibition for 2020 last Friday night.

Work Starts On Murgon Footpaths

Work Starts On Murgon Footpaths

South Burnett Regional Council’s $1.24 million project to replace Murgon kerbs and footpaths began this week.

Ergon Energy Responds To Blackouts

Ergon Energy Responds To Blackouts

Ergon Energy has begun helicopter patrols in the Blackbutt / Benarkin area to check poles and wires after a string of recent blackouts in the region.

Moreton Confirms Withdrawal To ASX

Moreton Confirms Withdrawal To ASX

Moreton Resources informed the ASX on Thursday of the withdrawal of its Mining Lease Application for its proposed Kingaroy coal mine.

Youth Charged Over Break-In

Youth Charged Over Break-In

A 17-year-old Cherbourg youth is being dealt with under the Youth Justice Act after a break-in at Wondai.

Changes To Farm Household Allowance

Changes To Farm Household Allowance

Agriculture Minister and Member for Maranoa David Littleproud says more red tape is being removed from the Farm Household Allowance applications.

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