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Woman Trapped After Kingaroy Crash

Woman Trapped After Kingaroy Crash

A woman was transported to Kingaroy Hospital with a suspected broken arm after a collision at the corner of Kingaroy and Markwell streets, Kingaroy, on Thursday afternoon.

AgForce Slams ‘Inadequate’ Fines

AgForce Slams ‘Inadequate’ Fines

AgForce says the State Government’s $652 fine for farm “invaders” is manifestly inadequate

Gem Show Really Rocked!

Gem Show Really Rocked!

The South Burnett Gem and Fossicking Club held its first gem show at the weekend in Kingaroy … and were blown away by the number of visitors it attracted.

Social Media Posts Are ‘On The Record’

Social Media Posts Are ‘On The Record’

A new set of guidelines explaining the “do’s and don’ts” of how Councillors manage their social media accounts has been issued by the State Government.

PCYC Trial To Start Soon

PCYC Trial To Start Soon

The South Burnett PCYC in Murgon will begin an eight-week trial on May 11 of a Saturday night program which aims to cut youth crime in the area.

Scots Explore Cultural Links

Scots Explore Cultural Links

A group of about 20 Scots, and maybe-Scots, gathered at the Kingaroy Library on Thursday morning to explore the possibility of forming a Scottish cultural group in the South Burnett.

Scots Plot Not-So-Secret Society

Scots Plot Not-So-Secret Society

Anyone who enjoys playing the bagpipes, snacking on shortbread or maybe enjoys a Highland fling should mark Thursday, April 11, in their diary.

Appeal For Family After Fire

Appeal For Family After Fire

An appeal has been started to help the Fisher family who lost all their possessions in a devastating house fire in Cherbourg on Saturday night.

Work To Start On $2m Equestrian Centre

Work To Start On $2m Equestrian Centre

The first sod was turned on Monday morning for the new $2 million Kilkivan Equestrian Centre.

On-The-Spot Fines For Farm ‘Invaders’

On-The-Spot Fines For Farm ‘Invaders’

The State Government announced on-the-spot fines at the weekend for farm “invaders” but has not yet revealed what those penalties will be.

Anger Erupts Over $2m Project

Anger Erupts Over $2m Project

The unveiling of South Burnett Regional Council’s planned upgrade of the former Nanango Shire Council Chambers building has been greeted with dismay by parts of the local community.

No Decision Yet On Solar Farm

No Decision Yet On Solar Farm

The future of Terrain Solar’s proposed solar farm on the outskirts of Kingaroy is still undecided.

Council Unpacks More Tourism

Council Unpacks More Tourism

South Burnett Unpacked 7 was more like South Burnett “soaked” in Blackbutt on Saturday morning but that didn’t stop volunteers from a dozen or so tourist places spruiking their delights.

Police Give Advice About Farm Protests

Police Give Advice About Farm Protests

Kingaroy Police have prepared advice for owners and managers of rural properties in the wake of protests by animal activists at farms in the Darling Downs region.

Bega Unveils All-Aussie Peanut Butter

Bega Unveils All-Aussie Peanut Butter

Shoppers will have noticed three new varieties of peanut butter gracing supermarket shelves lately … and they all have an intimate connection to Kingaroy.

State Backs Down On Council Reforms

State Backs Down On Council Reforms

The State Government has backed down on several controversial reforms it planned to introduce ahead of next year’s Council elections in the face of strong protests from Councils across the State.

Two Charged After Drug Raids

Two Charged After Drug Raids

Police allegedly seized cannabis worth more than $50,000 – and two people have been charged – after raids on Wednesday and Thursday in Murgon, Wondai and Proston.

Bravehearts Founder At Breakfast

Bravehearts Founder At Breakfast

Bravehearts founder Hetty Johnston AM will be the special guest at the next Mayor’s Community Charity Breakfast.

Signs To Improve Kilkivan Road Safety

Signs To Improve Kilkivan Road Safety

“Rat runners” taking dangerous shortcuts through a Kilkivan back street will be deterred thanks to a campaign by local businesswoman Katy McCallum.

Wondai To Get CCTV Cameras

Wondai To Get CCTV Cameras

Wondai will soon have a CCTV security camera system thanks to a $217,600 grant by the Federal Government

‘God Came Looking For Me … In A Pub’

‘God Came Looking For Me … In A Pub’

Major Allan Kerr officially retired at the end of last month as a Salvation Army officer.

Iris Is Reaching Out To Youth

Iris Is Reaching Out To Youth

Iris-Jean Blow is the latest voice to be heard on Cherbourg Radio … and she has heaps of local knowledge to share with listeners.

Kindy Snags A New Barbie

Kindy Snags A New Barbie

Nanango and District Kindergarten have been cooking up a storm thanks to a new barbecue sponsored by Heritage Bank Nanango.

Calls To Policelink ‘Not Answered’

Calls To Policelink ‘Not Answered’

Almost 200,000 calls to Policelink went unanswered or were disconnected last year, according to data released by the State Government.