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Dog Blitz Nabs Hundreds

Dog Blitz Nabs Hundreds

An dog inspection program being run by the SBRC is finding 20 to 30 unregistered dogs every day

Exhibition Sheds Light On Creativity

Exhibition Sheds Light On Creativity

Guests who visit the Wondai Regional Art Gallery before the end of July will be able to see some of the most unusual lamp stands ever made.

Bumper Year For Lions Fundraising

Bumper Year For Lions Fundraising

The Kingaroy Lions Club’s efforts over the past year raised almost $46,000 the club could give away to good causes.

Get Set For A Day Of Family Fun!

Get Set For A Day Of Family Fun!

There may not be pig-racing this year, but the infamous dunk tank will be back and there’ll be lots of local VIPs tempting you to get them wet at the annual RACQ LifeFlight Family Fun Day on Saturday, August 18.

Safety Upgrade For Truck Rest Areas

Safety Upgrade For Truck Rest Areas

Green reflectors have been installed at 21 sites on the Burnett Highway between Nanango and Coominglah, north of Monto, to alert heavy vehicles about upcoming stopping places.

D’Aguilar Highway Shamed Again

D’Aguilar Highway Shamed Again

The D’Aguilar Highway has again been named one of the Top 10 worst roads in Queensland in a survey conducted by the RACQ.

Record Year For LifeFlight

Record Year For LifeFlight

LifeFlight flew almost 5500 lifesaving missions in Queensland over the past 12 months, including 574 by the Toowoomba-based helicopter.

Barambah Pottery<br> Gets $59,000 Grant

Barambah Pottery
Gets $59,000 Grant

Cherbourg’s Historical Precinct committee has received a $59,000 grant from the Federal Government

Rain Can’t Stop Rock’n’Rollers

Rain Can’t Stop Rock’n’Rollers

Drizzle and grey skies on Saturday morning cut back the number of participants in the ninth annual Raising Hell In Maidenwell weekend but there were still enough cars – and rock’n’roll – for those who did turn up to have fun.

Scots Get Ready To Go Bush

Scots Get Ready To Go Bush

Anyone with even a drop of Scots blood should be drawn to Boondooma Homestead next month by the skirl of pipes and the beat of drums at Scots in the Bush.

$33,000 Grant For BaconFest

$33,000 Grant For BaconFest

The Kingaroy Chamber Of Commerce and Industry has received a $33,000 grant from the Federal Government to put towards the cost of Kingaroy’s upcoming BaconFest.

League Kicks A Goal For Kingaroy

League Kicks A Goal For Kingaroy

Kingaroy’s been overrun by young kids this school holidays but no one’s complaining! 

Elks Sets Date To Quit As CEO

Elks Sets Date To Quit As CEO

Moreton Resources informed the ASX on Monday that Jason Elks will be resigning as CEO of the company, a move he first flagged as early as August 2016.

LNP Calls For Tick Line Review

LNP Calls For Tick Line Review

Opposition agriculture spokesman Tony Perrett has slammed the State Government for it failure to deliver a promised review of cattle tick laws.

Service Club Signs Get An Update

Service Club Signs Get An Update

Visitors to Wondai have been greeted with some refreshed, up-to-date service club signs at the town’s two highway entrances over the past few days.

Saints Squash Warwick Redbacks

Saints Squash Warwick Redbacks

Despite level-pegging at the first change, the South Burnett Saints went on to record a stinging victory over the Warwick Redbacks in the Darling Downs AFL competition on Saturday.

Youth Charged Over Ram Raid

Youth Charged Over Ram Raid

A 16-year-old Cherbourg teenager has been charged over a ram raid at a Kingaroy bottleshop in the early hours of Saturday morning.

KCCI Encourages Wind Farm Work

KCCI Encourages Wind Farm Work

The Kingaroy Chamber Of Commerce and Industry is encouraging South Burnett businesses and residents who want to work on the Coopers Gap Wind Farm to contact the project’s major contractors.

Woman Hurt In Highway Collision

Woman Hurt In Highway Collision

A woman has been flown to Brisbane in a stable condition after a head-on collision on the D’Aguilar Highway between South Nanango and Yarraman on Sunday afternoon.

Kingaroy BaconFest Tickets Now On Sale

Kingaroy BaconFest Tickets Now On Sale

Tickets for various events being held during the inaugural SunPork Fresh Foods BaconFest in August have now gone on sale.

Blitz Nets Five Drug Drivers

Blitz Nets Five Drug Drivers

Traffic police conducted a two-day blitz in the Murgon, Wondai and Cherbourg areas earlier this week, issuing 67 tickets.

Ag Minister Drops In For A Chat

Ag Minister Drops In For A Chat

Agricultural Industry Development Minister Mark Furner dropped into Kingaroy briefly on Wednesday to chat on the radio about the new Agricultural Ministerial Advisory Council.

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