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$11.1m Plan To Transform Kingaroy

$11.1m Plan To Transform Kingaroy

South Burnett Regional Council will lodge its third application to the Building Better Regions Fund in an effort to secure Federal funds for the transformation of Kingaroy’s CBD.

Kilkivan<BR> Thieves Steal Cash

Kilkivan
Thieves Steal Cash

Kilkivan police are hunting thieves who struck at a home in Pine Street on Sunday morning

Toowoomba GRP Hits $11.5b

Toowoomba GRP Hits $11.5b

Toowoomba region’s Gross Regional Product has passed the $11 billion mark for the first time.

Qld Title<BR> To Be Decided

Qld Title
To Be Decided

The last speedway meeting for 2019 will blast off at 4:30pm on Saturday at Kingaroy Showgrounds

Planning Starts For QAS Centenary

Planning Starts For QAS Centenary

Work has begun on planning next year’s celebrations to mark 100 hundred years of ambulance services in Kingaroy

Nuts Top Off Police Christmas Appeal

Nuts Top Off Police Christmas Appeal

A bunch of South Burnett residents will be enjoying a slightly more nutty Christmas, thanks to the generosity of a local business.

One-Line Recommendation On Weeds

One-Line Recommendation On Weeds

A three-year inquiry into invasive weeds in Queensland – which involved multiple public hearings and produced an 87-page report – has resulted in a one-line recommendation to the State Government.

Man Charged After Police Raid

Man Charged After Police Raid

A Kingaroy man is among six Queenslanders charged with child sex offences after a nationally co-ordinated police operation.

Gympie Added To Drought List

Gympie Added To Drought List

Almost 68 per cent of Queensland is now officially in drought, with Gympie Regional Council added to the drought-declared list.

Firies Enjoy A Rare Day Out

Firies Enjoy A Rare Day Out

The South Burnett’s hard-working rural firies were saluted on Sunday at a special function organised in Kingaroy.

Wine Exports ‘The Way Of The Future’

Wine Exports ‘The Way Of The Future’

At a time when ongoing drought has reduced many of the region’s farms to minimal production, two South Burnett wineries are pioneering new export markets in Asia

Rob’s The Pride Of Nanango Lions

Rob’s The Pride Of Nanango Lions

A special presentation was made to a special member at the Nanango Lions Club’s “Den” in George Street on Monday night.

Waterbombers Target Chahpingah Fire

Waterbombers Target Chahpingah Fire

Four waterbombing aircraft and a helicopter were called in on Monday afternoon to target a bushfire burning near Chahpingah.

Safety Message For Year 12s

Safety Message For Year 12s

Murgon emergency services joined together recently to deliver a sobering message about road safety to Year 12 students at Murgon State High School.

Peer Support Plan For Proston

Peer Support Plan For Proston

A meeting is being held in Proston on Wednesday (December 11) to discuss the possible formation of a mental health peer support group in the town.

Water Meter ‘Slug For Farmers’

Water Meter ‘Slug For Farmers’

The LNP claims the State Government is planning to slug farmers to install new water meters, while much of the State is in drought.

Four Escape Injury In Crash

Four Escape Injury In Crash

Four people escaped injury when their vehicle rolled on the Burrett Highway near Booubyjan on Monday afternoon.

TRC Pushes For Passenger Rail

TRC Pushes For Passenger Rail

Toowoomba Regional Council plans to work with key local stakeholders and neighbouring councils to build a business case for a passenger rail service to Toowoomba.

Six To Face Charges

Six To Face Charges

Six people – four men and two women – will face a variety of charges following an incident on Friday in Murgon.

Littleproud Calls For Coles Boycott

Littleproud Calls For Coles Boycott

Drought Minister David Littleproud has called on shoppers to boycott Coles in the wake of the revelation that it held back millions of “drought dollars” from dairy farmers.

Did You See This Crash?

Did You See This Crash?

Police are calling for witnesses to a motorbike crash in Kingaroy on November 19 in which a NSW man was seriously injured.

Man Critically Injured In Crash

Man Critically Injured In Crash

A 31-year-old man has been flown to hospital in a critical condition after a head-on collision on Kingaroy-Burrandowan Road at Chahpingah on Sunday afternoon.

Multiple Fires Still Burning

Multiple Fires Still Burning

Several bushfires were still burning around the South Burnett region on Sunday.

Seven Hurt In Crashes

Seven Hurt In Crashes

Seven people have been injured in separate road crashes in the South Burnett region at the weekend.

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