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Pacing To Get Shows Racing

Pacing To Get Shows Racing

Competitive harness racing is returning to the South Burnett with events planned at this year’s Nanango and Kingaroy shows as part of a $20,000 Racing Queensland promotion.

AgForce Slams Drought Response

AgForce Slams Drought Response

AgForce claims the State Government has failed to appreciate the seriousness of the drought, and is unwilling accept advice from people on the ground.

RADF, Grants Rounds To Open

RADF, Grants Rounds To Open

Artists and not-for-profit community groups should mark their calendars … the latest round of funding under the South Burnett Regional Council’s Community Grants Program will open on February 1.

Youth Dies After Ute Fall

Youth Dies After Ute Fall

A 16-year-old Meringandan boy critically injured after falling from a ute at Bowenville in the early hours of January 12 has died in hospital.

Work Starts On $38m Upgrade

Work Starts On $38m Upgrade

Preliminary work has begun on a $13 million upgrade by Powerlink of the 38-year-old Tarong Substation.

Local Fire Bans Extended

Local Fire Bans Extended

QFES has again extended a local fire ban in the South Burnett, Cherbourg, Gympie and North Burnett council areas.

Man Hurt In Crash

Man Hurt In Crash

An elderly man has been airlifted to hospital following a single-vehicle crash onĀ  Friday morning at Elgin Vale.

Two Charged Over Break-Ins

Two Charged Over Break-Ins

Police have charged a 20-year-old Wondai man and a 24-year-old Murgon man after alleged break-and-enters at businesses in Wondai and Kingaroy.

Kitchen Fire Damages House

Kitchen Fire Damages House

A house in Parkside Drive in Kingaroy was badly damaged by fire late on Thursday night.

Act Aims To Enforce Human Rights

Act Aims To Enforce Human Rights

New human rights legislation came into force in Queensland on January 1.

Charges After Police Station Visit

Charges After Police Station Visit

A 62-year-old man who drove to Nanango police station on December 23 may now be regretting his decision … he has ended up facing multiple charges and will appear in Nanango Magistrates Court.

Local Fire Bans Extended

Local Fire Bans Extended

QFES has again extended a local fire ban in the South Burnett, Cherbourg, Gympie and North Burnett council areas.

Merry Christmas To All Our Readers

Merry Christmas To All Our Readers

South Burnett Online will be taking a short break between Monday, December 23, and Sunday, January 19.

Kumbia Cooks Up A Storm

Kumbia Cooks Up A Storm

Kumbia’s culinary treats are well known far beyond the town’s borders, and they were on full display at this year’s Kumbia Christmas Carnival

Nanango Welcomes Christmas

Nanango Welcomes Christmas

A large crowd packed Pioneer Park in Nanango on Friday night for the annual Heritage Christmas Carnival

Carnival Shines In Kingaroy

Carnival Shines In Kingaroy

A massive clap of thunder was the closest the Kingaroy Christmas Carnival came to promised rain this year

Proston Comes<br> Out To Celebrate

Proston Comes
Out To Celebrate

Guests at this year’s Proston Christmas Carnival braved hot weather for a relaxed evening of fun

Cherbourg &<br> Murgon Have Fun

Cherbourg &
Murgon Have Fun

Christmas was celebrated in new ways but Cherbourg and Murgon made sure the Christmas spirit was alive

Historic Tower Escapes Blaze

Historic Tower Escapes Blaze

The recent bushfires in the Jimna area burned dangerously close to the historic Jimna fire tower.

Family Mystery Ends In Outback Winton

Family Mystery Ends In Outback Winton

Former Cherbourg resident Nancy Chambers went to her grave not knowing what happened to her parents …

Burnett Water Study Begins

Burnett Water Study Begins

The long-awaited multi-million dollar water feasibility study for the Burnett region has finally begun

Summer Exhibition ‘A First For Region’

Summer Exhibition ‘A First For Region’

Wondai Regional Art Gallery’s latest exhibition is offering visitors something unique this summer: the first non-metropolitan exhibition from the Pastel Society Of Australia (PSA).

Police Chaplain Farewelled

Police Chaplain Farewelled

South Burnett police chaplain Rev Dr David Ferguson was farewelled at a barbecue lunch held at Kingaroy Police Station on Friday.

Court Approves ‘Stolen Wages’ Settlement

Court Approves ‘Stolen Wages’ Settlement

The Federal Court has approved a $190 million settlement reached earlier this year in Queensland’s long-running “stolen wages” class action.

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