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United Servo Opens In Nanango

United Servo Opens In Nanango

Nanango’s updated United Petroleum service station opened on Monday after several months of construction.

Kingaroy<BR> Streetscape Put On Hold

Kingaroy
Streetscape Put On Hold

Kingaroy’s CBD upgrade has been put on hold after failing to win a $2 million Federal Government grant for the project

Stanwell To Call Tenders For Mine

Stanwell To Call Tenders For Mine

Stanwell Corporation will call for tenders later this year seeking companies interested in operating its Meandu coal mine at Tarong.

Andersson’s To Host KCCI

Andersson’s To Host KCCI

Andersson’s Fruit Market in Markwell Street will be hosting the next Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry meet’n’greet

Frozen Vegetables Recalled Over Listeria

Frozen Vegetables Recalled Over Listeria

Several popular brands of frozen vegetables have been recalled from supermarkets over fears of potential contamination by deadly listeria

Elks Sets Date To Quit As CEO

Elks Sets Date To Quit As CEO

Moreton Resources informed the ASX on Monday that Jason Elks will be resigning as CEO of the company, a move he first flagged as early as August 2016.

Applications Open For Special Grants

Applications Open For Special Grants

Applications are now open for the Gambling Community Benefit Fund’s special $1.25 million Commemorative Grants which will celebrate the fund’s 25th anniversary in 2019.

Nanango Gets CCTV Security System

Nanango Gets CCTV Security System

Nanango has become the second town in the South Burnett to install a CCTV video surveillance system, thanks to the Federal Government’s Safer Streets program and Heritage Nanango Community Branch

Export Grants To Open Soon

Export Grants To Open Soon

State Government grants of up to $100,000 are available for eligible food businesses which are ready to export their produce.

Crackdown On Real Estate Rorts

Crackdown On Real Estate Rorts

A joint agency crackdown on real estate agents withholding tenants’ bonds in Queensland has led to investigations against 13 agents, with a further 20 targeted for follow-up.

Dealership Staff Win Seven Awards

Dealership Staff Win Seven Awards

Staff at Kingaroy’s John Dundas Holden have come up trumps for customer service and product knowledge, winning seven awards in this year’s Holden Guild Of Excellence program.

Multi-Million Boost To Peanut Industry

Multi-Million Boost To Peanut Industry

Kingaroy’s peanut industry has received a massive vote of confidence with the recent multi-million dollar expansion at G. Crumpton and Son’s complex at Crawford.

MP Attacks ‘Grey Nomad Tax’

MP Attacks ‘Grey Nomad Tax’

Opposition Leader and Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has called on the State Government to scrap what she describes as a “heartless” tax on grey nomads.

$1m Jobs Program For Wide Bay-Burnett

$1m Jobs Program For Wide Bay-Burnett

The Wide Bay Burnett is one of 10 regions across the country which has been targeted for help under a new Federal Government jobs trial

KCCI Encourages Wind Farm Work

KCCI Encourages Wind Farm Work

The Kingaroy Chamber Of Commerce and Industry is encouraging South Burnett businesses and residents who want to work on the Coopers Gap Wind Farm to contact the project’s major contractors.

Abbie’s Having Fun With Fruit

Abbie’s Having Fun With Fruit

Kingaroy businesswoman Abigail Andersson is determined to introduce something completely different to retailing  … and help make life a little bit better for some people in the process.

Woolies’ Bag Ban Starts Today

Woolies’ Bag Ban Starts Today

Woolworths and Big W stores across Queensland are no longer supplying shoppers with single-use plastic bags at the checkout, ahead of the State Government ban on July 1.

Plan To Build Truck Fuel Stop

Plan To Build Truck Fuel Stop

IOR Petroleum has lodged a development application with the South Burnett Regional Council to build an unmanned truck refuelling facility in the Kingaroy Industrial Estate.

Rail Trail Tourism Rising

Rail Trail Tourism Rising

Tourist numbers on the South Burnett Rail Trail are already matching traffic flows on the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail between Blackbutt and Moore, according to new data released by the South Burnett Regional Council.

CTC Honours Its Workers

CTC Honours Its Workers

South Burnett CTC held its annual staff day on Thursday … an opportunity for workers in the various arms of the not-for-profit organisation to meet, do something useful for the community that is totally different from their regular jobs, and learn who has won this year’s employee awards.

MBDA Wants Action On Crime

MBDA Wants Action On Crime

The Murgon Business and Development Association (MBDA) has asked the State Government for strong action to solve recent crime problems in the town.

LNP Unveils Five Goals For Queensland

LNP Unveils Five Goals For Queensland

Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington launched the LNP’s economic vision during her Budget Reply speech to State Parliament on Thursday, including breaking Ergon Energy’s monopoly in regional Queensland

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