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Man Faces 20<br> Child Sex Charges

Man Faces 20
Child Sex Charges

A 71-year-old South Burnett man had five extra charges added when he re-appeared in court on Monday

Thieves<br> Target Showgrounds

Thieves
Target Showgrounds

Nanango Police are investigating a break-in which occurred at the Nanango Showgrounds

Dingoes Say Thank You!

Dingoes Say Thank You!

The dingoes at the Durong Dingo Sanctuary are going to be enjoying a happier Christmas thanks to the generosity of Kingaroy shoppers.

Artists Discuss 10-Year ‘Roadmap’

Artists Discuss 10-Year ‘Roadmap’

A meeting in Kingaroy to help frame a 10-year “roadmap” for the future direction of arts in Queensland attracted about 40 local artists, musicians and singers.

Man Charged Over Axe Incident

Man Charged Over Axe Incident

Kingaroy police have charged a man following an incident in Railway Terrace on Tuesday afternoon.

OP Wait’s Over … Next Step Uni!

OP Wait’s Over … Next Step Uni!

While students across Queensland nervously logged on to the Internet on Saturday to find out their OP scores, two Kingaroy State High School students were quietly confident they would be doing okay.

Kumbia Relaxes For Christmas

Kumbia Relaxes For Christmas

Nature hasn’t been kind to Kumbia this year but the weather gods smiled for the town’s annual Christmas carnival.

$146,000 To Restore Tennis Courts

$146,000 To Restore Tennis Courts

Kumbia tennis players will be celebrating following the announcement on Thursday that the Federal Government has released more than $146,000 to restore the Kumbia courts.

Council Approves Rail Trail Link

Council Approves Rail Trail Link

The South Burnett Regional Council has given the thumbs up to a plan to connect the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail to the South Burnett Rail Trail via Nanango.

Council To Discuss Tourism Marketing

Council To Discuss Tourism Marketing

The South Burnett Regional Council may call in a consultant to examine its tourism marketing activities.

Christmas Toy Run Delivers For Salvos

Christmas Toy Run Delivers For Salvos

The organisers of the South Burnett Christmas Toy Run have thanked residents who contributed soft toys and other gifts to this year’s “Baskets Of Hope” collection.

Have A Very Cherry Christmas!

Have A Very Cherry Christmas!

Christmas is cherry season, and representatives from the Brisbane Produce Market paid a visit to Kingaroy on Monday to remind shoppers the best cherries can be obtained right now at their local fruit shop.

Tenders Close For Equestrian Centre

Tenders Close For Equestrian Centre

Tenders closed this week for construction of Gympie Regional Council’s proposed $2 million equestrian centre at Kilkivan.

Runners Celebrate Their 100th

Runners Celebrate Their 100th

Wondai’s parkrun group will be celebrating its 100th weekly run on Saturday morning.

Three Lone Pines To Be Planted

Three Lone Pines To Be Planted

Lone Pines – descendants of the original trees from the famous World War I battlefield at Gallipoli – are to be planted at three locations in Nanango.

Consultant Tipped For Water Project

Consultant Tipped For Water Project

A consultant with proven expertise in scoping water projects could be engaged to examine future water security options for the South and North Burnett.

Soccer Sevens Roar Back To Life

Soccer Sevens Roar Back To Life

There’s some good news for Kingaroy’s hotel and motels … the extremely successful Kingaroy Soccer Sevens two-day carnival will be back in 2019!

Crackin’ Video For St John’s

Crackin’ Video For St John’s

St John’s Lutheran School in Kingaroy is the latest South Burnett school to get the “Small Town Culture” treatment by singer-songwriter Josh Arnold.

NSW Firies Lend A Hand

NSW Firies Lend A Hand

NSW firefighters have taken up guard in the South Burnett and North Burnett to lend a hand during the current very high fire danger period.

Grass Fire At Memerambi

Grass Fire At Memerambi

Urban and rural fire crews were called to a grass fire burning close to buildings at Memerambi on Wednesday afternoon.

Youth Justice ‘In Crisis’

Youth Justice ‘In Crisis’

The Opposition says Queensland’s youth justice system is in crisis and an insult to victims of crime

Reduced Rates For Blackbutt Hall

Reduced Rates For Blackbutt Hall

The Blackbutt and District Tourism and Heritage Association will no longer have to pay full rates to manage Blackbutt’s Memorial Hall.

Storm Recovery Barbecue On Sunday

Storm Recovery Barbecue On Sunday

South Burnett Regional Council’s storm recovery barbecue on Sunday is shaping up to be a big day.

Road Crews Press On Despite Storms

Road Crews Press On Despite Storms

Council road crews have been working on projects around the region over the past month, despite being interrupted by storms during October.

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