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Council To Consult<br> Widely On Water Projects

Council To Consult
Widely On Water Projects

Council intends to capitalise on a $2m grant to fund feasibility studies into water projects

Atahnee ‘Comes Home’ To Cherbourg

Atahnee ‘Comes Home’ To Cherbourg

Until now Atahnee Simpson has never actually lived in Cherbourg … but when she started work at the local community radio station this week, she felt like she’d come home.

Bulk Business Opens It Doors

Bulk Business Opens It Doors

A gap in the South Burnett’s retail business scene was filled on Monday with the re-opening of a bulk supply business to private shoppers.

Big Changes Planned At St Mary’s

Big Changes Planned At St Mary’s

St Mary’s Catholic College principal Angela Myles is feeling excited about several programs that are being introduced into the school in 2019.

$9.2m In Unpaid Fines

$9.2m In Unpaid Fines

South Burnett residents owe more than $9 million to the State Government in unpaid fines.

BaconFest To Return In 2019

BaconFest To Return In 2019

Kingaroy’s BaconFest committee has been weighing the pros and cons of the festival becoming a biannual event for several months … and on Thursday, the decision was announced.

Captain’s Paddock Holds Clearing Sale

Captain’s Paddock Holds Clearing Sale

One of the South Burnett’s most iconic wineries will be holding a clearance sale from Wednesday to Friday this week.

Work To Start On Logan Street

Work To Start On Logan Street

A long-awaited project to seal Logan Street in Kingaroy will begin this week.

‘Oldies’ Celebrate With Music

‘Oldies’ Celebrate With Music

The 2018 NAIDOC Week slogan “Because Of Her We Can” was adopted as the theme for this year’s Golden Oldies at Cherbourg … and the ladies came out in force!

Cherbourg Celebrates Historic Hat-Tricks

Cherbourg Celebrates Historic Hat-Tricks

The first hat-trick in Cherbourg Cricket Club’s history – quickly followed by another – were the highlights of a full round of cricket matches played in the South Burnett last weekend.

Hospital Budget Expands To $73.9m

Hospital Budget Expands To $73.9m

The State Government has committed an extra $11.9 million towards the Kingaroy Hospital redevelopment project, taking the overall cost to $73.9 million.

Big Boost From Bikers

Big Boost From Bikers

The Salvation Army’s drought relief efforts received a welcome boost this week, thanks to a big effort from local motorbike riders.

Police Hunt Couple After Ute Stolen

Police Hunt Couple After Ute Stolen

Police are searching for a 26-year-old man and a 22-year-old woman following an incident on the D’Aguilar Highway at Nukku on Monday night in which a black Mitsubishi dual-cab ute was stolen.

Color And Music Take Over Gallery

Color And Music Take Over Gallery

Wondai art lovers were treated to a very different art gallery opening on Friday night … a recital by singers as well as colourful displays by textile artists.

Swimmer Charged After Polair Chase

Swimmer Charged After Polair Chase

A 32-year-old Nanango man has been charged with multiple offences following a helicopter chase – and a one kilometre swim – on Friday night.

Airbag Recall May See Regos Cancelled

Airbag Recall May See Regos Cancelled

Queensland’s Department of Transport and Main Roads has warned motorists that ignoring the national Takata airbag recall could lead to their car registrations being cancelled.

Container Refund Scheme Begins

Container Refund Scheme Begins

The State Government’s new container recycling deposit scheme officially began on Thursday so South Burnett residents can now redeem eligible containers for 10c in Kingaroy, Cherbourg and Kilkivan.

Photo Sales Help LifeFlight

Photo Sales Help LifeFlight

The committee that organises the annual South Burnett Community Family Fun Day had a pleasant surprise when they held their regular meeting last Thursday night.

Help For Farmers, But More’s Needed

Help For Farmers, But More’s Needed

So far this year Murgon’s Graham House has quietly helped 91 South Burnett farming families put food on the table, pay bills, fix broken pumps …

Motorbike ‘Sped Through Park’

Motorbike ‘Sped Through Park’

A Nanango motorbike rider who allegedly sped away from police through Kingaroy’s Rotary Park will face 13 charges when he fronts court next month.

Ironpot Suspects Arrested In NSW

Ironpot Suspects Arrested In NSW

Two people allegedly linked to a string of incidents in Ironpot on Monday have been arrested in NSW.

Murgon Attack Was Targeted: MP

Murgon Attack Was Targeted: MP

Opposition Leader and Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has described as “absolute rubbish” a suggestion a recent home invasion in Murgon was a random incident.”

Health Service Reflects On Big Year

Health Service Reflects On Big Year

The annual report for Darling Downs Health – the organisation responsible for all public hospitals in the South Burnett – was tabled in State Parliament on Wednesday.

Model Weekend For Visitors

Model Weekend For Visitors

About 50 model aircraft enthusiasts turned out at the Kingaroy Aero Modellers airfield at Booie on Saturday to enjoy a weekend of loops, dives and victory rolls.

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