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Murgon Locks In Grand Final Spot

Murgon Locks In Grand Final Spot

Murgon Crusaders are through to the Grand Final of the Gympie A Grade 40-over competition after defeating Wooroolin Warriors in the Qualifying Final played in Kingaroy last Saturday.

Rain Couldn’t Stop NAIDOC

Rain Couldn’t Stop NAIDOC

Cherbourg hasn’t had a lot of success this year scheduling its NAIDOC celebration with events cancelled for multiple reasons … so when the rain came on Thursday, things again looked grim.

Pop Goes The Orchestra!

Pop Goes The Orchestra!

The South Burnett Community Young Orchestra – a spin-off from the popular South Burnett Community Orchestra – has a new name.

Vax Rules ‘Don’t Apply’ To Council

Vax Rules ‘Don’t Apply’ To Council

The State Government’s vaccine mandates will not apply to South Burnett Regional Council-owned facilities such as libraries, town halls and swimming pools, according to a statement from Council on Friday afternoon.

Coach Routes Renewed

Coach Routes Renewed

North Burnett Regional Council has ended uncertainty over the future of four long-distance coach routes.

NBRC CEO Resigns

NBRC CEO Resigns

North Burnett Regional Council CEO Rachel Cooper has resigned just months after Mayor Rachel Chambers announced she was quitting.

Towns To Be INVIGOR8-ed

Towns To Be INVIGOR8-ed

Yarraman and Cooyar are two of the towns across the region which are being targeted by Toowoomba Regional Council’s INVIGOR8 TR Upskill project.

Don’t Blame Us, Says Federal MP

Don’t Blame Us, Says Federal MP

Member for Maranoa David Littleproud has urged residents concerned about the State Government’s December 17 COVID-19 restrictions to contact Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, not his office.

Taliqua Joins Wave Of Change

Taliqua Joins Wave Of Change

Volleyball champion Taliqua Clancy – a silver medallist at the Tokyo Olympics – has been made the official ambassador for the Wave of Change program, a joint environmental education program between Containers for Change and Plastic Oceans Australasia.

Reds Stars Visit The Region

Reds Stars Visit The Region

Some of Queensland’s top rugby union players – past and present – have been visiting schools around the region this week to raise interest in the sport.

Illegal Blood Products Imported

Illegal Blood Products Imported

An individual who pleaded guilty earlier this year to illegally importing foetal bovine serum in 2012 and producing fraudulent health certificates has been sentenced in Brisbane Magistrates Court.

Volunteers Created A Tourist Icon

Volunteers Created A Tourist Icon

The incredible community effort that went into creating the South Burnett Timber Industry Museum at Wondai was celebrated at a special morning tea this week.

Woman Hurt In Crash

Woman Hurt In Crash

A woman has been taken to hospital with minor injuries after a single-vehicle crash at Crawford on Thursday afternoon.

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