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Swickers<BR> Finalist In Awards

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Finalist In Awards

Swickers has been named as a finalist in the 2019 Queensland Safe Work and Return to Work Awards

Council Backs FASD Awareness

Council Backs FASD Awareness

South Burnett Regional Council has launched a campaign to raise awareness about Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in the local community.

Crowd Blossoms At Spring Races

Crowd Blossoms At Spring Races

Nanango Race Club president Andrew Green was pleased with attendance numbers at Saturday’s Spring meeting … despite so many competing events being held on the same day.

Italian Spirit Defies The Drought

Italian Spirit Defies The Drought

Windy weather and a dust haze that blanketed the South Burnett were not enough to stop Moffatdale Ridge Winery’s annual Italian Festival delighting hundreds of festival-goers.

Award Salutes Daniel’s Courage

Award Salutes Daniel’s Courage

A Kingaroy ambulance officer who forced his way through fire and smoke to retrieve one of the victims from an horrific head-on crash south of Kumbia earlier this year has been recognised at the QAS Commissioner’s Achievement Awards in Brisbane.

Master Artist Captures Burnett

Master Artist Captures Burnett

An artist who once swapped an Italian cafe owner four beers and a freshly cooked pizza for a picture of the cafe is this month’s featured artist at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery.

MP Opens Graham House

MP Opens Graham House

Murgon’s $3.1 million new-look Graham House community centre was officially opened on Tuesday

Police Set Up Arson Taskforce

Police Set Up Arson Taskforce

Police have set up a taskforce in a bid to prevent, disrupt and investigate suspicious fires across Queensland.

Irrigators Face 46pc Rise

Irrigators Face 46pc Rise

Irrigators using the Barker-Barambah Irrigation Scheme could see their water costs rise by 46 per cent if the State Government accepts recommendations from the Queensland Competition Authority.

Captains Dinner Raises $42,000

Captains Dinner Raises $42,000

The “Dinner With The Captains” charity dinner at Kingaroy Town Hall in July has raised an impressive $42,155 for Relay For Life.

Car Dealers Vital For Regions: Study

Car Dealers Vital For Regions: Study

New car dealers in the Maranoa electorate contribute more than $289 million each year to the economy and employ 1316 staff, including apprentices.

Dancers Ready To Have A Ball

Dancers Ready To Have A Ball

Inverlaw Hall’s annual ball on Saturday night will have a special “rainbow” theme – and for the first time in a decade, a King and Queen of the ball will be judged and crowned.

Arts Group Celebrates 10th Birthday

Arts Group Celebrates 10th Birthday

Kingaroy art group Jumping Ant Arts will be celebrating their 10th birthday on Wednesday (September 4) with an open day at the Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery.

Feedback Sought On Parking Changes

Feedback Sought On Parking Changes

South Burnett Regional Council is calling for feedback on creating parking limits outside the South Burnett Community Hospital in Markwell Street, Kingaroy.

Nanango Hosts Soccer Grand Final

Nanango Hosts Soccer Grand Final

It will be a big day for Nanango soccer fans on Saturday with both their men’s and women’s teams contesting the Grand Finals on home turf.

Family Tales Charm Proston

Family Tales Charm Proston

Former Proston resident Merle Johnson stirred memories with her family memoir, ” ‘Leven Little Lonsdales”, during a special Proston Library event on Thursday morning.

Young Students Spar With Words

Young Students Spar With Words

Two teams of young debaters will be heading off to Kilkivan in October to represent Kingaroy in the area finals of the Apex Youth Debating competition.

Council Unveils New Town Signs

Council Unveils New Town Signs

The South Burnett will get a new look during the next few months when Council erects 38 new town and village signs.

Goomeri Bore Running Dry

Goomeri Bore Running Dry

Gympie Regional Council has begun trucking water into Goomeri from Murgon due to a failure at the town’s bores.

Fifteen Face Drugs Charges

Fifteen Face Drugs Charges

Fifteen people will appear in Murgon Magistrates Court after a string of police drug raids across the South Burnett earlier this week.

Open Day At Second Range Crossing

Open Day At Second Range Crossing

Residents can explore the new $1.6 billion Toowoomba Second Range Crossing when it opens for a special community day on Saturday, September 7.

Two Bridges Closed Over Safety Concerns

Two Bridges Closed Over Safety Concerns

Children attending Nanango State School will face a longer walk if they want to cross Sandy Creek to enter Pioneer Park.

Callide MP Visits Bunyas

Callide MP Visits Bunyas

The Bunya Mountains Community Association hosted a picnic lunch at the new Fishers Lookout deck for Member for Callide Colin Boyce last Friday.

Fire Crews Called To Cafe

Fire Crews Called To Cafe

Fire crews rushed to Sakina’s Food in Wondai just after noon on Monday after reports smoke had been seen coming from the building.

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