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Two Bids To Build Supermarket

Two Bids To Build Supermarket

Two expressions of interest have been submitted to council over the proposed Blackbutt supermarket

‘Gap’ Is Not Closing: Report

‘Gap’ Is Not Closing: Report

The Federal Government has released its seventh “Closing The Gap” report since 2008

Yellowbelly Draws A Bumper Crowd

Yellowbelly Draws A Bumper Crowd

Boondooma Dam was awash with visitors for the Boondooma Dam Yellowbelly Fishing Competition.

Bargain Hunters Turn Out For Art

Bargain Hunters Turn Out For Art

Around 100 bargain hunters descended on the Wondai Town Hall on Friday night for a very big sale

Year 6 Is Ready To Lead

Year 6 Is Ready To Lead

Proud parents watched as the school leaders for 2015 were officially inducted at Taabinga State School

Cattle School<BR> Shifts To Nanango

Cattle School
Shifts To Nanango

The annual Australian Brahmousin Association’s cattle school has shifted location for 2015

Mayor Concerned<br> Over Regional Projects

Mayor Concerned
Over Regional Projects

Mayor Wayne Kratzmann is worried about the future of local projects in the wake of Saturday’s election

St Mary’s Launches School Year

St Mary’s Launches School Year

Students, teachers and parents at St Mary’s Catholic College gathered together on Tuesday

Two Men Bitten By Snakes

Two Men Bitten By Snakes

Two South Burnett men are recovering after being bitten by snakes near Kingaroy at the weekend

Councillor Pushes For More Irrigation

Councillor Pushes For More Irrigation

Cr Keith Campbell wants to see the Hope Dairies project create more irrigated farming areas in the region

Fletch Crowned King Of Kingaroy

Fletch Crowned King Of Kingaroy

Nothing could stop the massive Kings Royal speedway meeting being a huge success over the long weekend

Local Duo Presented<br> With Achievement Awards

Local Duo Presented
With Achievement Awards

Greg Day and Paula Wardell have been presented with Australia Day Achievement Awards

Community Flavour<br> At Australia Day Fun

Community Flavour
At Australia Day Fun

Local service clubs are working towards taking over the future organisation of Kingaroy’s Australia Day celebration

Election Veteran Launches Campaign

Election Veteran Launches Campaign

LNP Senator James McGrath officially launched Deb Frecklington’s election campaign on Monday night

Moreton Resources<br> Extends Mineral Licence

Moreton Resources
Extends Mineral Licence

Moreton Resources’ application to renew its MDL for its holding near Kingaroy has been approved

Fifth Candidate Announced

Fifth Candidate Announced

Clive Palmer says well-known Kingaroy chef Jason Ford will be the PUP party’s candidate for Nanango

Fun At Goomeri, Hivesville

Fun At Goomeri, Hivesville

Santa’s swing through the South Burnett continued with Christmas Carnivals at Goomeri and Hivesville

Workers Bid Farewell To Bev

Workers Bid Farewell To Bev

A special lunch was held at Endeavour on Friday to farewell biscuit cook Bev O’Shannessy

The 12 ‘Strays’ Of Christmas …

The 12 ‘Strays’ Of Christmas …

Kingaroy RSPCA is running a special “12 Strays Of Christmas” promotion to help find homes for older animals

TAFE Teacher Wins Award

TAFE Teacher Wins Award

TAFE Queensland South West plumbing teacher Nuccio Monte has come out on top

Linville Dam Proposal Shortlisted

Linville Dam Proposal Shortlisted

The chances of a dam being built at Linville have increased following a new State Government report

Ergon, Energex Employees<br> Also Reject Enterprise Deal

Ergon, Energex Employees
Also Reject Enterprise Deal

ETU and TSU members at Ergon and Energex have also voted against an Enterprise Bargaining deal

Holden Launches $5m<br> Sporting Grants Scheme

Holden Launches $5m
Sporting Grants Scheme

Sporting clubs in the South Burnett are being invited to apply for cash grants of up to $100,000 under a new funding program being offered by Holden.

Beyond The<br> Yellow Brick Road …

Beyond The
Yellow Brick Road …

Nanango was temporarily transformed into the Emerald City to allow dance fans to visit the Land of Oz