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Kingaroy<br> Turns Out In Force

Kingaroy
Turns Out In Force

Kingaroy’s Anzac Day crowd was a big as ever on Wednesday, despite the temptation of Wooroolin

McEuen Mountain<BR> Bike Trails Expand

McEuen Mountain
Bike Trails Expand

The McEuen Forestry area near Wondai is becoming a popular playground for mountain bike riders

Singing Group Gears Up For Dawn Service

Singing Group Gears Up For Dawn Service

Kingaroy’s Anzac Day Dawn Service on Wednesday will have a new addition this year.

South Burnett Properties Sell For $6.7m

South Burnett Properties Sell For $6.7m

Two South Burnett cattle properties fetched a total of $6.7 million when they were sold at auction in Brisbane on Friday.

Government To Review<BR> NBN Complaints Process

Government To Review
NBN Complaints Process

The Federal Government aims to strengthen consumer protections because of NBN roll-out problems

Council Subsidises Pumpkin Festival

Council Subsidises Pumpkin Festival

The South Burnett Regional Council has given the Goomeri Pumpkin Festival a $6000 subsidy to attend an event marketing course run by Toowoomba consultants.

Kumbia Celebrates 25 Years Of Trivia

Kumbia Celebrates 25 Years Of Trivia

The organisers of the 2018 Kumbia Drain are gearing up for a big celebration this year … the 25th anniversary of the extremely popular annual trivia night fundraiser for the Kumbia State School P&C.

TRC Supports Community Groups

TRC Supports Community Groups

Fifty-seven groups across the Toowoomba region have received a total of $248,000 for future projects thanks to the latest round of community funding from Toowoomba Regional Council.

Stanwell Expands Tarong Workforce

Stanwell Expands Tarong Workforce

The Tarong power stations have increased their workforce, welcoming 16 new mechanical trades and electrical employees to the team.

Car Smashes Into Tree Near Nanango

Car Smashes Into Tree Near Nanango

Police are investigating why a car skidded off the D’Aguilar Highway into a tree near Nanango on Saturday afternoon.

Moreton Delays Release Of EIS

Moreton Delays Release Of EIS

Moreton has pushed back the date for its Kingaroy coal project’s Environmental Impact Statement

Council Joins Yurika Power Trial

Council Joins Yurika Power Trial

Toowoomba Regional Council has become the first council in Queensland to join a trial to optimise electricity use with the eventual aim of saving ratepayers’ money.

Tough Challenge Tonight For Aussies

Tough Challenge Tonight For Aussies

Taliqua Clancy and Mariafe Artacho Del Solar face a tough Grand Final game this evening (April 12) against Canadian pair Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana-Paredes in the Commonwealth Games beach volleyball competition.

More RV Parking Spaces Needed

More RV Parking Spaces Needed

South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell has laughed off rumours he doesn’t want a free camping area in Kingaroy because he is related to one of the town’s caravan park operators.

Mayors Call For Rethink On Tree Laws

Mayors Call For Rethink On Tree Laws

The Council of Mayors Darling Downs & South West Queensland is backing the Queensland Farmers’ Federation call for a rethink of the proposed changes to Queensland’s vegetation management laws.

Man Charged Over Break-In

Man Charged Over Break-In

A 25-year-old Nanango man has been charged with break-and-enter following an incident in Kingaroy on April 1.

Official Launch Planned For Tourism Season

Official Launch Planned For Tourism Season

The third in the series of “Unpacked” functions focussing on South Burnett tourism will be held on Thursday, April 19, in Kingaroy – and the public have been invited to come along!

Taliqua’s Ready For Action

Taliqua’s Ready For Action

South Burnett beach volleyball star Taliqua Clancy will hit the sand at 3:00pm on Friday for her first match during the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

Belt Up Below The Bump

Belt Up Below The Bump

New Queensland Health data shows many pregnant women are not wearing their seat belts correctly, or are scared to wear them altogether.

Tarong Reunion Draws A Crowd

Tarong Reunion Draws A Crowd

More than 100 former Tarong workers turned out to the Nanango Showgrounds last month for their first-ever reunion with their old workmates.

Easter Hangover At Maidenwell

Easter Hangover At Maidenwell

Bags of rubbish left piled on the ground after the Easter long weekend’s events at Maidenwell have left at least one local resident fuming.

Dancers Aim To Break Disco Record

Dancers Aim To Break Disco Record

No, this isn’t an April Fool’s Day joke … a bunch of Kingaroy High School students is hoping to break a world record, for disco dancing!

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