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Sprints Join List<BR> Of Cancellations

Sprints Join List
Of Cancellations

The annual Wondai Street Sprints have joined the growing list of local events cancelled in 2020

Official Opening Of $2m Upgrade

Official Opening Of $2m Upgrade

Residents have been invited to attend the official opening of the refurbished Nanango Library and Council building on Thursday (January 23).

Proston Comes Out To Celebrate

Proston Comes Out To Celebrate

Guests at this year’s Proston Christmas Carnival braved hot weather for a relaxed evening of fun at Railway Park last Saturday night.

Police Chaplain Farewelled

Police Chaplain Farewelled

South Burnett police chaplain Rev Dr David Ferguson was farewelled at a barbecue lunch held at Kingaroy Police Station on Friday.

Council Staff Leaving VICs

Council Staff Leaving VICs

The South Burnett Regional Council is moving its staff out of the region’s Visitor Information Centres (VICs) “to enable higher productivity”.

Fire Bans Extended

Fire Bans Extended

The local fire ban for the South Burnett and Cherbourg council areas has been extended again

Toy Run Delivers Christmas Gifts

Toy Run Delivers Christmas Gifts

The annual “Basket Of Hope” Christmas toy run by local bikers delivered a mini-mountain of gifts to the Salvation Army in Kingaroy on Saturday morning.

Mandatory Dairy Code Launched

Mandatory Dairy Code Launched

The long-awaited Dairy Code Of Conduct, which aims to build a better relationship between dairy farmers and milk processors, was officially launched on Friday morning.

Pound Charges Under Scrutiny

Pound Charges Under Scrutiny

A complaint from a resident who had to pay $1890 to recover six impounded cattle may lead to a cheaper option next year.

Queensland Title To Be Decided

Queensland Title To Be Decided

The last speedway meeting for 2019 will blast off at 4:30pm on Saturday at Kingaroy Showgrounds.

Gympie Added To Drought List

Gympie Added To Drought List

Almost 68 per cent of Queensland is now officially in drought, with Gympie Regional Council added to the drought-declared list.

Rob’s The Pride Of Nanango Lions

Rob’s The Pride Of Nanango Lions

A special presentation was made to a special member at the Nanango Lions Club’s “Den” in George Street on Monday night.

Man Critically Injured In Crash

Man Critically Injured In Crash

A 31-year-old man has been flown to hospital in a critical condition after a head-on collision on Kingaroy-Burrandowan Road at Chahpingah on Sunday afternoon.

Eileen Thanked For Years Of Service

Eileen Thanked For Years Of Service

A special presentation was made to a local resident at the Murgon RSL Sub-Branch Citizens Auxiliary’s community Christmas lunch on Thursday.

South Burnett Fire Bans Extended

South Burnett Fire Bans Extended

The local fire ban in place in the South Burnett Regional Council area has been extended again.

Police Reach Out To Community

Police Reach Out To Community

Kingaroy police have two more community outreach events happening next week … another of their popular “Coffee With a Cop” sessions and a free “Under The Bonnet” workshop.

Calista’s Bringing Carols Back Home

Calista’s Bringing Carols Back Home

Nanango’s “little cathedral in the bush” is welcoming back home soprano Calista Walters this Christmas for a special performance of carols on Saturday, December 14.

After 39 Years, It’s Time To Retire

After 39 Years, It’s Time To Retire

A well-loved Kingaroy business which has been trading for almost 40 years will be closing its doors on Christmas Eve, unless a last-minute buyer steps forward.

Qld Signs Inland Rail Agreement

Qld Signs Inland Rail Agreement

The much-discussed Inland Rail project – linking Melbourne to Brisbane – took a major step forward on Friday with the signing of an agreement between the Federal and Queensland governments.

Supermarkets Asked To Explain Milk Prices

Supermarkets Asked To Explain Milk Prices

LNP Senator Susan McDonald has urged Coles and Woolworths – and the milk processing companies that supply them – to explain publicly why Queensland farmers are paid less for their milk than it costs to produce.

Teachers Vote To Lift Work Bans

Teachers Vote To Lift Work Bans

Union members have voted to lift work bans in place in 196 Catholic schools across Queensland – including two in the South Burnett.

New Faces For Kingaroy Chamber

New Faces For Kingaroy Chamber

The Kingaroy Chamber Of Commerce and Industry will have four new faces on its executive in 2020.

Cool Air For 19 Local Schools

Cool Air For 19 Local Schools

The State Government announced on Monday it will fast track its school air-conditioning program with work beginning on more schools over the summer school holidays.

2020 Holiday Dates Confirmed

2020 Holiday Dates Confirmed

Two councils announced their 2020 holidays this week, and the SBRC its Christmas closure times.

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