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Calls To Policelink<br> ‘Not Answered’

Calls To Policelink
‘Not Answered’

Almost 200,000 calls to Policelink went unanswered or were disconnected last year

Motorbikes Stolen From Business

Motorbikes Stolen From Business

Kingaroy Police are investigating the theft of two motorcycles from the rear of a business in Haly Street last weekend.

Blackbutt Finishes On Top

Blackbutt Finishes On Top

The South Burnett B Grade cricket competition has hit the sharp end of the season with a Semi-Final and Elimination Final scheduled to be played this weekend.

Yarraman Misses Out On Support

Yarraman Misses Out On Support

Red tape is hampering Yarraman butcher Bradley Frohloff’s ability to put on an apprentice.

2019 Student Leaders Sworn In

2019 Student Leaders Sworn In

Kingaroy State High School’s office bearers for 2019 were sworn in at a special investiture ceremony held at the Performing Arts Centre last week.

Heritage Grants Close This Friday

Heritage Grants Close This Friday

Community groups only have until the end of this week to apply for support in the latest round of the Heritage Nanango Community Funding scheme.

Roo Blamed For Rollover

Roo Blamed For Rollover

A man was flown to the Sunshine Coast University Hospital in a serious but stable condition after a single vehicle rollover on the Cooyar-Mt Binga Road on Saturday morning.

Artists Brush Up On Watercolour Skills

Artists Brush Up On Watercolour Skills

Well-known artist and teacher Sue Lederhose shared some of her painting tips with a keen group of would-be watercolourists in Kingaroy last weekend.

240km Ride Honours Aussie Record

240km Ride Honours Aussie Record

A 240km ride to commemorate the 80th anniversary of a cycling record that still stands will be held on Saturday, June 8.

Seniors Dig Deep For Charity

Seniors Dig Deep For Charity

Fundraising efforts by the Kingaroy Senior Citizen’s Club have given two vital health services a big boost.

$120,000 Security Upgrade At Hospital

$120,000 Security Upgrade At Hospital

CCTV cameras and swipe cards are being installed as part of a $120,000 security upgrade at Murgon Hospital.

Locals Join Ride For Research

Locals Join Ride For Research

The South Burnett Rail Trail tempted Crawford couple Cliff Seiler and Ros Tigell to buy some new bikes and start riding again … now they’ve decided to pedal for a cause!

Nanango MP Questions Police Levels

Nanango MP Questions Police Levels

Opposition Leader and Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has quizzed Police Minister Mark Ryan about police numbers in the South Burnett.

Qld Passes Human Rights Bill

Qld Passes Human Rights Bill

The State Government has enshrined 23 human rights in a Bill passed in State Parliament on Wednesday.

Macdiarmid Street Hit Again

Macdiarmid Street Hit Again

Just a week after a Kingaroy resident awoke to find a thief in their house in Macdiarmid Street, another house in the same street has been targeted.

Police Brekkie To Help Flood Victims

Police Brekkie To Help Flood Victims

Kingaroy Police have thrown their weight behind fundraising efforts for flood-affected north-west Queensland.

Fire Destroys Grasslands, Sheds

Fire Destroys Grasslands, Sheds

A fire at a West Wooroolin property was brought under control at 2:20pm on Sunday, about 40 minutes after fire crews arrived on the scene.

Woman Hurt In Three-Car Crash

Woman Hurt In Three-Car Crash

A woman was transported to Kingaroy Hospital with suspected chest injuries after a collision involving three vehicles and a box trailer on the Bunya Highway on Thursday morning.

Submariners Dive Into Region

Submariners Dive Into Region

The South Burnett may have never had a submarine fleet to call its own but Bill Clayton is quietly confident there are submariners living in the region.

Wooroolin Car Park To Be Sealed

Wooroolin Car Park To Be Sealed

South Burnett Regional Council plans to seal Wooroolin car park to end a long-standing problem in the town.

Council Calls In Diver To Fix Leak

Council Calls In Diver To Fix Leak

South Burnett Regional Council will have to hire a specialist scuba diver to repair a water leak from the main Kingaroy water storage tanks.

Get Ready To Clean Up!

Get Ready To Clean Up!

Volunteers will be getting out in the South Burnett for Clean Up Australia Day

Water Infrastructure Study Inches Ahead

Water Infrastructure Study Inches Ahead

South Burnett Regional Council reported back to stakeholders on Thursday about progress of the $2 million joint South Burnett – North Burnett water feasibility study.

Waste Levy Starts July 1

Waste Levy Starts July 1

The State Government’s new $75 per tonne general waste levy will come into force on July 1 after a new law was passed in State Parliament on Thursday.

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