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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.

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).

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.

Events To Support Small Business

Events To Support Small Business

South Burnett Regional Council has two free events coming up soon for small business owners.

Cherbourg Launches ‘Do Not Knock’ Program

Cherbourg Launches ‘Do Not Knock’ Program

Cherbourg community has erected roadside signs to remind door-to-door traders about their legal obligations under Australian Consumer Law.

Wine Industry Pioneer Dies

Wine Industry Pioneer Dies

The South Burnett lost one of its pioneering winemakers last week: Kingaroy’s Mike Berry.

Bunnings Plans Weekend Fun

Bunnings Plans Weekend Fun

South Burnett residents have been invited to enjoy two weekends of free entertainment to celebrate the upcoming opening of Bunnings Warehouse in Kingaroy.

Hayden To Open Bunnings

Hayden To Open Bunnings

The official opening of Bunnings’ new Kingaroy store will occur on June 4, with former Australian cricketer Matthew Hayden doing the honours.

Mayor Shares Secret Family Recipe

Mayor Shares Secret Family Recipe

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell’s secret family recipe for peanut brownies will be part of an upcoming cookbook planned for release later this year.

Real Estate Agency To Close

Real Estate Agency To Close

Real estate agent David Taylor has written to clients to tell them that his business, Kingaroy Real Estate, will close on May 31.

Study Tour To Explore Food Trail

Study Tour To Explore Food Trail

South Burnett food businesses have been invited to join Business South Burnett on a study tour to the Noosa Farmers’ Market and “Farmer and Sun” in Gympie.

New Faces Join Tarong Team

New Faces Join Tarong Team

Stanwell had some good news and some bad news at its community update held at Tarong Power Station on Wednesday morning.

Kingaroy Wind Farm Plans Unveiled

Kingaroy Wind Farm Plans Unveiled

Work on building the South Burnett’s second wind farm could begin as early as next year, a public meeting at Kingaroy RSL heard on Thursday night.

Seventy Jobs To Go At Mine

Seventy Jobs To Go At Mine

Seventy jobs will be lost at Tarong’s Meandu Mine soon when the mine shuts one of its fleets

Moreton Predicts First Profits

Moreton Predicts First Profits

Moreton Resources – the company planning to develop a coal mine on the outskirts of Kingaroy – predicts it will start making profits in “late May, early June”.

Businesses Aim For Export Success

Businesses Aim For Export Success

The South Burnett may be home to less than 1 per cent of Queensland’s population, but it will make up one-ninth of a high-powered trade mission that will be leaving for Hong Kong next week.

Bega Wins Peanut Butter Case

Bega Wins Peanut Butter Case

American food giant Kraft Heinz has lost a Federal Court bid to stop Bega Cheese from selling peanut butter in clear jars with yellow lids

Chinese Explore Wind Farm Project

Chinese Explore Wind Farm Project

A renewable energy company with links to the Chinese Government’s Belt and Road economic initiative is planning to hold a “community pop-up event” in Kingaroy to discuss a possible wind farm development.

New Deputy At Development Body

New Deputy At Development Body

Maryborough real estate agent Tony Nioa has been appointed deputy chairman of Regional Development Australia Wide Bay Burnett.

Council Approves Motel Expansion

Council Approves Motel Expansion

Kingaroy’s Room Motels in Youngman Street has been given approval for its second expansion in seven years

Farm Workers Get Back Pay

Farm Workers Get Back Pay

A Brisbane-based labour-hire company has been forced to pay $50,823 in back wages to 19 Vanuatu workers.

Tranzmile Unveils New Store

Tranzmile Unveils New Store

New owners took over Kingaroy Machinery Centre five years ago … but now the business also has a new name plus a new location!

Unemployment Drops For Third Year

Unemployment Drops For Third Year

Unemployment in the Wide Bay-Burnett region has fallen for the third year in a row, according to the latest Small Area Labour Markets (SALM) data compiled by the Department of Jobs and Small Business

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