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$500,000 Project Unveiled In Nanango

$500,000 Project Unveiled In Nanango

Planning has begun for the final stage of Nanango’s Heritage Lodge project after the announcement on Friday of a $250,000 grant from Heritage Nanango Community Funding.

Red Benches<br> Send A Message

Red Benches
Send A Message

SBRC will be placing more red benches around the region in a bid to raise community awareness about domestic violence

Horse Owners Urged To Vaccinate

Horse Owners Urged To Vaccinate

With winter around the corner, the State Government is urging horse owners to make sure their animals are vaccinated against Hendra virus.

Petition Falls On Deaf Ears

Petition Falls On Deaf Ears

A petition organised by South Burnett councillor Kathy Duff to save the Target Country store in Murgon has fallen on deaf ears

BOM Predicts Wetter Winter

BOM Predicts Wetter Winter

The Bureau of Meteorology has predicted a wetter than average winter for most of Australia.

Solar Feed-In Tariff Rises Slightly

Solar Feed-In Tariff Rises Slightly

The solar feed-in tariff for regional Queensland customers has been lifted slightly for 2020-21.

Council Plans<br> Pool Upgrades

Council Plans
Pool Upgrades

Three South Burnett public swimming pools will be getting important upgrades over the next few months

Sport Clubs Urged To Prepare

Sport Clubs Urged To Prepare

The State Government is encouraging sporting organisations to start planning for the potential re-start of sporting activities through the “Queensland Return to Play” initiative.

Man Injured In Crash

Man Injured In Crash

A man in his 30s was transported to Murgon Hospital in a stable condition after a crash at Cinnabar on Thursday night.

Heritage Helps To Reduce Hazards

Heritage Helps To Reduce Hazards

Two community groups will be better able to prepare their grounds for the upcoming fire season, thanks to generous grants from Heritage Nanango.

$1.6m Tourism Plan Waits For Go-Ahead

$1.6m Tourism Plan Waits For Go-Ahead

Murgon will get a unique $1.6 million tourist attraction if the Federal Government gives an ambitious community project the go-ahead.

Take The Pledge To Drive Safely

Take The Pledge To Drive Safely

Police are urging South Burnett residents to take the Road Safety Pledge on Fatality Free Friday (May 29).

Drive-Thru Testing At Hospital

Drive-Thru Testing At Hospital

A drive-thru testing clinic is available at Kingaroy Hospital so people can be tested for COVID-19 without leaving their cars.

Even The Fruit’s Mixed Up!

Even The Fruit’s Mixed Up!

Even the fruit trees seem to be confused about what’s going on in these crazy times! 

Stay Outside Or Get Fried

Stay Outside Or Get Fried

Ergon Energy substations have high fences, danger signs and security around them for a reason – the high voltage equipment inside can kill instantly.

SBT To Stop Print Production

SBT To Stop Print Production

The South Burnett Times will be ceasing its print production from next month.

Council Seeks $90,000 For Bridges

Council Seeks $90,000 For Bridges

South Burnett Regional Council will upgrade two bridges if it can get half the cost of the upgrades paid for by the Federal Government.

Pandemic Upsets Heritage Schedule

Pandemic Upsets Heritage Schedule

The schedule for Heritage Nanango’s annual community grants program will be altered slightly this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cattle Sales Remain Strong

Cattle Sales Remain Strong

The COVID-19 pandemic appears to have had little effect on local cattle sales.

Mobile Outages Planned For Bunyas

Mobile Outages Planned For Bunyas

Residents and visitors to the Bunya Mountains can expect to experience some mobile phone disruptions between May 31 and June 7.

COVID-19 Toll Rises To Seven

COVID-19 Toll Rises To Seven

Queensland’s COVID-19 death toll has risen to seven following the death of a 30-year-old man in Blackwater on Tuesday.

$20,000 RACQ Grants Open

$20,000 RACQ Grants Open

The RACQ Foundation has announced that community groups hit by the COVID-19 pandemic can now apply for grants of up to $20,000.

June Deadline For Dairy Processors

June Deadline For Dairy Processors

Agriculture Minister David Littleproud has urged dairy farmers and milk processors to know their rights and obligations under the new mandatory Dairy Code of Conduct.

‘False Hope’ For Small Business

‘False Hope’ For Small Business

South Burnett small businesses have been given nothing but false hope with the State Government’s COVID-19 business grants already drying up, Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington says.

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