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‘No Further Barriers’ To Acland Mine Approval

‘No Further Barriers’ To Acland Mine Approval

Orders issued by the Queensland Court of Appeal on Friday mean New Acland Stage 3 will now not be referred back to the Land Court, meaning the mine expansion is one step closer to becoming reality.

Kingaroy Water Safe: Council

Kingaroy Water Safe: Council

South Burnett Regional Council has assured residents that the town water is safe to drink

Bookings Open For Lunch

Bookings Open For Lunch

Bookings are now being taken for the 2019 Kingaroy Community Christmas Lunch

Bega Shares Slide After AGM

Bega Shares Slide After AGM

Bega Cheese shares finished down 12.8 per cent at the close of trading on Tuesday after the company – which owns PCA in Kingaroy – issued a profit warning to the exchange.

DataWave To Install Wondai CCTV Cameras

DataWave To Install Wondai CCTV Cameras

Wondai-based business DataWave Internet has been selected as the successful tenderer to install the town’s new CCTV camera system.

Last Chance To Comment On Dairy Code

Last Chance To Comment On Dairy Code

The dairy industry Mandatory Code of Conduct exposure draft was released on Monday in what is the third and final round of consultation with the dairy industry.

Obituary: Raelene Dennis

Obituary: Raelene Dennis

Former Murgon Deputy Mayor – and well-known local businesswoman – Raelene Dennis has died after a long illness.

Get Ready For A Grape Escape

Get Ready For A Grape Escape

A free hop-on, hop-off bus will chauffeur wine lovers to Moffatdale wineries between 10:00am and 4:00pm on Saturday for the inaugural Grape Escape.

Free Workshop For Gardeners

Free Workshop For Gardeners

South Burnett Regional Council has organised a free compost and worm farming workshop for local residents.

Cattle Producers To Gather At Ironpot

Cattle Producers To Gather At Ironpot

AgForce reckons there’s a lot going on in the beef industry at the moment … the Red Meat 2030 strategy, a proposal to create a unified red meat peak body, the imminent introduction of new Reef regulations, the risk of biosecurity incursions and the rise of vegan activism.

Storm Couldn’t Stop Fly-In

Storm Couldn’t Stop Fly-In

Threatening skies, a storm and rain weren’t enough to stop the Kingaroy Aero Modellers club enjoying a weekend of flying fun.

Kingaroy Rotary Snags A Record

Kingaroy Rotary Snags A Record

Kingaroy Rotary members believe they have broken a club record … serving up more than 400 sausages to hungry workers in an hour.

Meeting To Explore Kumbia’s Future

Meeting To Explore Kumbia’s Future

Kumbia residents will be holding a public meeting next week to begin drawing up plans for the town’s revitalisation.

Speedway Ready For Action

Speedway Ready For Action

The Kingaroy Speedway’s 2019-20 racing season will roar into life on Saturday night.

New Principals Heading To Schools

New Principals Heading To Schools

Both St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy and St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School in Nanango will have new principals at the helm in 2020.

Investors Look Over Region

Investors Look Over Region

Forty business migrant investors and migration agents visited the South Burnett recently as part of a tour to explore investment and export opportunities in the Wide Bay-Burnett region.

Debaters Shine In Kilkivan

Debaters Shine In Kilkivan

Kingaroy debaters travelled to Kilkivan on Sunday to take part in the Area Finals of the 2019 Apex High School State Debating competition.

Teenager Missing In Kingaroy

Teenager Missing In Kingaroy

UPDATE October 19:  The young man has been located safe and well.

Moreton Resources Notches Up $26m Loss

Moreton Resources Notches Up $26m Loss

Moreton Resources – the company which hopes to develop an open-cut coal mine on the outskirts of Kingaroy – has recorded a $26.47 million loss.

Meet’n’Greet At Astill’s

Meet’n’Greet At Astill’s

The award-winning Astill’s Electrical Services in Kingaroy Street will be hosting the next Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry meet’n’greet.

Balladeer In Nanango

Balladeer In Nanango

Canadian singer-songwriter Scott Cook will be bringing his much-travelled mix of roots and folk ballads to Nanango on Saturday night (October 12) at The Shed.

Red Earth Hosts Info Evening

Red Earth Hosts Info Evening

An information session will be held in Kingaroy next week for people interested in taking part in the 2020 Community Leadership Program organised by the Red Earth Community Foundation.

Vandals Target Water Standpipes

Vandals Target Water Standpipes

Vandals have been blamed for knocking the Nanango high-flow water standpipe out of action recently.

BOM Releases New Climate Guides

BOM Releases New Climate Guides

Bureau of Meteorology has released the first of its Regional Weather and Climate Guides designed to give farmers the best possible climate information available to help make sound business decisions.