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KCCI Pushes For Start To CBD Upgrade

KCCI Pushes For Start To CBD Upgrade

The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry has urged the South Burnett Regional Council to begin a staged revitalisation of the Kingaroy CBD as soon as possible.

Council Revamps<BR> ‘Buy Local’ System

Council Revamps
‘Buy Local’ System

The SBRC will adopt a new purchasing system so it can buy more local goods and services

Eagles Take<BR> Flight In Second Half

Eagles Take
Flight In Second Half

The Eagles’ march to the finals has received a kick along with a win against Brothers last Saturday, and a forfeit by Oakey this weekend

Tipperary Reopens Cellar Door Cafe

Tipperary Reopens Cellar Door Cafe

Tipperary Estate at Moffatdale has had a very low profile for the past two years … but two weeks ago the business quietly came back to life.

Helping Hand From Lions

Helping Hand From Lions

The Centre For Supervised Distance Education in Kingaroy is one step closer to improving facilities for students and carers after a generous donation from the Kingaroy Lions Club on Friday.

Energy Survey Targets Farmers

Energy Survey Targets Farmers

Queensland farmers have been encouraged to share their experiences about trying to cut their energy costs.

Surgeons Perform Complex Operation

Surgeons Perform Complex Operation

Kingaroy resident Kevin Soper is hoping to get some quality of life back thanks to the skill of two surgeons who performed complex hernia repair and gallbladder removal surgery last week.

Council To Target Plastic

Council To Target Plastic

Toowoomba Regional Council is investigating ways to reduce the usage of plastic in the Council.

Persistence Pays Off For Richardson

Persistence Pays Off For Richardson

Persistence paid off for Demesne’s trainer Glenn Richardson at Esk last Saturday.

From Murgon To The World

From Murgon To The World

Journalist Evan Whitton – probably best remembered in Queensland for his daily coverage of the Fitzgerald Inquiry and the books that followed – died this week aged 90.

Careers Day Steers Students’ Futures

Careers Day Steers Students’ Futures

Almost 1000 people explored the annual South Burnett Careers Market at TAFE Queensland’s Kingaroy campus on Thursday.

Jobs Up … But Not Here

Jobs Up … But Not Here

The State Government’s efforts to grow jobs has resulted in 3900 Queenslanders finding work in June, according to Deputy Premier Jackie Trad.

Local Students Trial Science Courses

Local Students Trial Science Courses

Students from Kingaroy and Murgon State High Schools learned about the hypothetical biology of zombies at the University of Queensland’s free Experience Science program on Thursday.

NaTDA Offers To Save Nanango’s History

NaTDA Offers To Save Nanango’s History

The Nanango Tourism and Development Association will offer to take over the assets of the Nanango Historical Society if the Society votes to wind up at its Annual General Meeting on August 2.

Spotlight On South Burnett In Brisbane

Spotlight On South Burnett In Brisbane

South Burnett Regional Council and local businesses will again be promoting the best of what the area has to offer at the Regional Flavours food and wine festival in Brisbane this weekend.

St Peter’s Mystery Finally Solved

St Peter’s Mystery Finally Solved

One of Proston’s most baffling mysteries was finally laid to rest on Wednesday when the remains of Charles Shepherd were reinterred at Proston’s cemetery.

Truck, Car Collide On Highway

Truck, Car Collide On Highway

A car driver was trapped for about 90 minutes on Thursday afternoon after his vehicle and a truck collided on the Burnett Highway, about 5km north of Booubyjan.

Cherbourg Is A Good News Story

Cherbourg Is A Good News Story

Cherbourg has copped a lot of rubbishing lately … which isn’t fair to the vast majority of the residents of the town or its hard-working local Council.

Road Complaints Down?

Road Complaints Down?

While the number of customer complaints relating to roads appears to have fallen during the past year, it is unclear how many were resolved and how long it took to resolve them.

Dog Blitz Nabs Hundreds

Dog Blitz Nabs Hundreds

An annual dog inspection program being run by the South Burnett Regional Council is finding between 20 and 30 unregistered dogs every day.

Mixed Reaction To Youth Justice Review

Mixed Reaction To Youth Justice Review

Early intervention to stop young people going off the rails is the key to cutting youth crime, according to a new report on Queensland’s Youth Justice system.

Time’s Running Out To Have Your Say

Time’s Running Out To Have Your Say

There’s just two days left to have your say in the 2018 Wide Bay Community Survey.

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