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Kingaroy Bees<br> Honour Longtime Fan

Kingaroy Bees
Honour Longtime Fan

Kingaroy Bees are dedicating their first club day this year to long-time supporter Barry Stead

EPIRBs Call In Rescue Chopper

EPIRBs Call In Rescue Chopper

Two emergency beacons triggered the RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter into action on Saturday evening after a motorcycle rider was critically injured near Mount Stanley.

Murgon Show Ready To Shine

Murgon Show Ready To Shine

Murgon Show Society officials have had a nailbiting week watching the weather but are hopeful they’ll see sunny skies for Saturday’s Murgon Show.

CCTV Cameras ‘Working Perfectly’

CCTV Cameras ‘Working Perfectly’

The Murgon Business and Development Association has assured Murgon residents the CCTV camera system installed in the town in 2017 is working perfectly.

Work To Widen Highway Curve

Work To Widen Highway Curve

The Department of Transport and Main Roads plans to begin work soon to upgrade a sweeping curve on the Bunya Highway, north of Memerambi, to improve safety.

Optus Switches On Maidenwell Tower

Optus Switches On Maidenwell Tower

A new mobile phone tower in Maidenwell will offer coverage for the first time to many local residents if they join the Optus network.

New Group To Organise<br> Kingaroy NAIDOC Event

New Group To Organise
Kingaroy NAIDOC Event

A new Indigenous corporation will organise Kingaroy’s NAIDOC event in July, taking over from Council

Three Charged After Car Park Fracas

Three Charged After Car Park Fracas

Three people will face charges after police were called to a disturbance in the SupaIGA car park in Kingaroy last Tuesday evening.

Endeavour Day Kicks Off Fundraising

Endeavour Day Kicks Off Fundraising

A mini show-and-shine was held outside the Grand Hotel in Wooroolin on Saturday as a fundraiser for the Endeavour Foundation and to raise awareness about this year’s Great Endeavour Rally.

Women Celebrate A Big Day

Women Celebrate A Big Day

Kumbia Kindergarten’s International Women’s Day lunch returned with gusto on Friday … at a new location and with more than 100 diners.

Student Awarded $20,000 Scholarship

Student Awarded $20,000 Scholarship

South Burnett student Alexandra Kelly is one of only two first-year University of the Sunshine Coast students to be awarded a $20,000 Tim Fairfax Regional Scholarship in 2019.

Land Values In Town Drop Again

Land Values In Town Drop Again

South Burnett residential land values have fallen by an average of 31.3 per cent over the past seven years.

Women Share Their Strengths

Women Share Their Strengths

It’s Queensland Women’s Week, which was a perfect excuse for BIEDO to hold another one of their popular Women in Agriculture days at the weekend.

Groups Call For Planning Law Changes

Groups Call For Planning Law Changes

Community groups from across Queensland have called for changes to regional planning laws to protect the State’s best farmland and community living areas from unwanted mining and gas projects.

Bowhunters To Hold Open Days

Bowhunters To Hold Open Days

Eleven participants took part in the Barambah Bowhunters & Field Archers Association handicap shoot last Sunday at their field in South Nanango.

Bad News: More Dry Times Ahead

Bad News: More Dry Times Ahead

The Bureau of Meteorology released its updated 2019 Autumn Outlook on Thursday, showing drier-than-average conditions are likely for large parts of northern and eastern Australia.

Tourism Operators Partner With Festival

Tourism Operators Partner With Festival

Accommodation providers are being encouraged to market the upcoming Wine And Food In The Park Festival to their customers as part of a new tourism promotion being organised by Visit South Burnett.

Council Tests Market For Land

Council Tests Market For Land

The South Burnett Regional Council is testing if there is a market for industrial land in Kingaroy.

Council Cuts Swickers’ Water Charges

Council Cuts Swickers’ Water Charges

South Burnett Regional Council will temporarily cut Swickers’ water charges to help one of the region’s largest employers save money during a downturn in the pork industry.

Young Cricketers Win $1000 Of Gear

Young Cricketers Win $1000 Of Gear

Junior cricketers in Nanango now have $1000 worth of training gear to help improve their skills thanks to a lucky local resident.

Easter Bunny Replaces Santa

Easter Bunny Replaces Santa

Murgon’s annual Christmas Fair keeps getting washed out, so the organisers have decided it’s time for a change.

SupaIGA Expansion Plan Moves Ahead

SupaIGA Expansion Plan Moves Ahead

A plan to expand Kingaroy’s SupaIGA supermarket – first announced 12 months ago – has taken a major step forward.

Council Ponders ‘Entry Statement’

Council Ponders ‘Entry Statement’

South Burnett Regional Council is calling for public submissions on possible designs for a Kingaroy town entry statement based on the Rogers Drive roundabout.

Police Hunt Teenage Escapee

Police Hunt Teenage Escapee

Police were patrolling Murgon streets on Monday in a bid to locate a teenager who escaped custody

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