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Woolies Calls Off Milk ‘War’

Woolies Calls Off Milk ‘War’

Queensland dairy farmers and local politicians have praised the decision by Woolworths to effectively call a truce in the supermarket milk war.

Murgon Floats Art Proposal

Murgon Floats Art Proposal

Murgon could get a new tourist attraction if an idea floated by the Murgon Business and Development Association takes off.

Stolen SUV Found In Kingaroy

Stolen SUV Found In Kingaroy

The second of two vehicles stolen from the Graham House Community Transport Service depot in Murgon on February 10 was located in Kingaroy on Friday.

Harry Nurtures His Love Of Nature

Harry Nurtures His Love Of Nature

On the outskirts of Kingaroy there’s an amazing garden full of rare plants, and an amazing man who knows all about them.

Water Infrastructure<BR> Study Inches Ahead

Water Infrastructure
Study Inches Ahead

Council reported on Thursday about progress on a $2 million joint water feasibility study

Fatal Motorbike Crash

Fatal Motorbike Crash

Police are investigating a fatal traffic crash that occurred on the D’Aguilar Highway at Woolmar, near Kilcoy, at 3:20pm on Friday.

Transfer Station<BR> Hours To Change

Transfer Station
Hours To Change

Council will alter the opening hours of the Wondai and Murgon Waste Transfer Stations in mid-June this year

Have Your Say On Roundabout

Have Your Say On Roundabout

The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) is now investigating the feasibility of installing a roundabout on the intersection of the Wide Bay and Bruce highways near Bell’s Bridge.

GRDC Hears From Peanut Growers

GRDC Hears From Peanut Growers

Concerns about peanut crop diseases, a need for more pulse and legume varieties, and the benefits of sugarcane diversification were some of the key issues raised by growers during the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Northern Region Panel visit to the Wide Bay-Burnett last week.

Crime Stoppers Brand ‘Strong’: Police

Crime Stoppers Brand ‘Strong’: Police

Police Commissioner Ian Stewart has assured residents there will be no interruption to the Crime Stoppers service, despite the closure of the call centre.

Divers Search For Missing Man

Divers Search For Missing Man

Police divers have joined the search for a 49-year-old Noosa man reported missing in the Borumba Dam area near Imbil.

Legendary Day Of Family Fun

Legendary Day Of Family Fun

Cherbourg’s big day of rugby league last Saturday was jam-packed with famous faces, football action and, most importantly, lots of family fun.

Former AgForce Chief<BR> To Oversee QATC Changes

Former AgForce Chief
To Oversee QATC Changes

Former AgForce CEO Charles Burke has been appointed to oversee the transition of Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges.

Waste Levy<BR> Starts July 1

Waste Levy
Starts July 1

The State Government’s new $75 per tonne general waste levy will come into force on July 1

Moreton Secures $8.5m Debt Funding

Moreton Secures $8.5m Debt Funding

Moreton Resources announced on Thursday it had secured an $8.5 million refinancing agreement with First Samuel Limited which will run until April 2022.

Markets Moving<BR> To Shadier Ground

Markets Moving
To Shadier Ground

Kingaroy’s long-established Friendship Markets are moving again … and this time, it’s into the shade.

Full Fields For Nanango Races

Full Fields For Nanango Races

The Nanango Race Club will be holding Lee Park’s first race meeting of the year this Saturday, February 16.

Nanango’s Battler Returns To Home Turf

Nanango’s Battler Returns To Home Turf

The line-up for last year’s inaugural Battle of the Bush Final at Doomben included the Lee Park heat winner Canid … and he’s coming back on Saturday

Moreton Defends Cash Flow Query

Moreton Defends Cash Flow Query

Moreton Resources – the company aiming to develop a coal mine on the outskirts of Kingaroy – has been quizzed by the ASX about its negative cash flows.

Maidenwell Sisters Win Cooyar’s Hearts

Maidenwell Sisters Win Cooyar’s Hearts

Two sisters from Maidenwell walked away with Cooyar Show Society’s highest awards on Saturday.

Road Blitz Targets Proston

Road Blitz Targets Proston

Random patrols by police in the Hivesville and Proston areas over the past four days have nabbed a number of drivers flouting the law.

MP Congratulates Local Cricketer

MP Congratulates Local Cricketer

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has congratulated Murgon cricketer Courtney Sippel on an outstanding season.

Man Airlifted After Wyalla Crash

Man Airlifted After Wyalla Crash

A 47-year-old Bundaberg man has been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries following a single-vehicle crash on the Burnett Highway on Wednesday afternoon.

Jail Penalty For ‘Revenge Porn’

Jail Penalty For ‘Revenge Porn’

People convicted of sharing “revenge porn” could now face up to three years in jail.

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