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Man Charged With Assaulting Police

Man Charged With Assaulting Police

A 46-year-old Kingaroy man has been charged with drink-driving and assaulting a police officer after a crash late on Friday night.

Man Charged With Armed Robbery

Man Charged With Armed Robbery

A 45-year-old South Nanango man has been charged with armed robbery after an incident at the United service station in Nanango on Monday night.

Police Seize Replica Pistol, Drugs

Police Seize Replica Pistol, Drugs

A 20-year-old Nanango man was due to appear in Kingaroy Magistrates Court on Tuesday after police seized drugs and a replica pistol from a property on Kingaroy-Burrandowan Road on Monday.

MP Retracts Watch House Claim

MP Retracts Watch House Claim

Police Minister Mark Ryan has admitted to State Parliament that he wrongly claimed young offenders held in police watch houses were receiving educational support.

Artists Invited To Meet’n’Greet

Artists Invited To Meet’n’Greet

People interested in the South Burnett’s arts scene have been invited to get together and swap ideas at an informal meet’n’greet to be held in Wondai on Friday night.

Connor Says Thank You!

Connor Says Thank You!

An RACQ LifeFlight rescue crew enjoyed an emotional reunion on Monday with a young boy they feared they would never see again.

Armed Hold-Up At Servo

Armed Hold-Up At Servo

A suspect has been taken into custody for questioning following an armed hold-up at the United service station in Henry Street, Nanango, on Monday night

Morning Tea About Asbestos

Morning Tea About Asbestos

People with asbestos-related diseases – and their carers – have been invited to attend a free morning tea which will be held at the Kingaroy RSL Club next week.

Man Charged After Court Incident

Man Charged After Court Incident

A 45-year-old Nanango man has been charged with a public nuisance offence after an alleged disturbance outside Nanango courthouse earlier this month.

O’Dowd Favours One Nation

O’Dowd Favours One Nation

Member for Flynn Ken O’Dowd believes The Greens and the Labor Party are far greater threats to rural Queensland than One Nation.

AgForce Calls For Harsher Penalities

AgForce Calls For Harsher Penalities

AgForce has called for animal activists who illegally enter feedlots and farms to be subject to the full force of the law, saying it was only a matter of time before “a dangerous stunt” ended in serious injury or death.

Wondai To<BR> 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

Meeting To Focus On Crime Solutions

Meeting To Focus On Crime Solutions

South Burnett Deputy Mayor Kathy Duff is hoping a community meeting in Murgon on Tuesday night will bring the communities of Murgon and Cherbourg together to tackle the problem of youth crime in the towns.

Sweeping Statements<BR> Make For Threadbare Brooms

Sweeping Statements
Make For Threadbare Brooms

From the outset, it is fair to say that Winx is the champion of her era, particularly in the 1600-2000m domain.

PCYC To Fill<BR> Gap In Nanango

PCYC To Fill
Gap In Nanango

A gap in Nanango’s childcare services following the closure of a local provider has been filled

Huge Weekend Of Sport

Huge Weekend Of Sport

There’s a big weekend of sport coming up in the South Burnett, with the first round of the local soccer and rugby league competitions plus a sudden death final in the cricket.

Minister Questioned About Police Shortage

Minister Questioned About Police Shortage

After being contacted by concerned community members across the South Burnett, I have submitted a Question on Notice to the Minister for Police, Mark Ryan, about police staffing levels in our region.

Subbies Sought For Hospital Project

Subbies Sought For Hospital Project

Two of the companies shortlisted to build the new $73.9 million Kingaroy Hospital are actively seeking expressions of interest from South Burnett sub-contractors and suppliers

Police To Host KCCI Meet’n’Greet

Police To Host KCCI Meet’n’Greet

Kingaroy Police Station will be the venue for the next Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry Meet’n’Greet.

Christian Rally Coming To Murgon

Christian Rally Coming To Murgon

Australian evangelist Bill Newman has attracted thousands of people to his rallies overseas … now he’s bringing his message to Murgon.

Grassfire Under Control

Grassfire Under Control

Six fire crews rapidly brought a grassfire burning on the outskirts of Kingaroy under control on Friday morning.

MPs Identify Keys To Poverty Trap

MPs Identify Keys To Poverty Trap

Housing costs, welfare payments and short-term funding cycles have been identified as key issues linked to intergenerational welfare dependence in Australia.

‘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.

USQ Welcomes Incentive Package

USQ Welcomes Incentive Package

The University of Southern Queensland’s has welcomed new Federal Government incentives to attract more international students to study outside the big cities.

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