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Survey To Identify Info Gaps

Survey To Identify Info Gaps

The Burnett Catchment Care Association is asking local landholders to complete a short survey about information gaps in the Inland Burnett.

Cricket Season Ready To Go

Cricket Season Ready To Go

Round 1 of the South Burnett’s new-look senior cricket competition will get under way this Saturday

Meet’n’Greet At Astill’s

Meet’n’Greet At Astill’s

The award-winning Astill’s Electrical Services in Kingaroy Street will be hosting the next Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry meet’n’greet.

Pizza Night For Chappies

Pizza Night For Chappies

Enjoy pizza? Like dessert? Then the Kingaroy Local Chaplaincy Committee’s latest fundraiser could be your perfect night out.

LNP Wants Poll Plan Scrapped

LNP Wants Poll Plan Scrapped

The LNP is warning that Council elections across Queensland cost more if Labor doesn’t abandon its plan to introduce compulsory preferential voting in local government polls.

Recipe For Reaching Out

Recipe For Reaching Out

Speak up, reach out for help … these are the messages that the South Burnett Suicide Prevention Working Group is trying to spread during Mental Health Week.

Balladeer In Nanango

Balladeer In Nanango

Canadian singer-songwriter Scott Cook will be bringing his much-travelled mix of roots and folk ballads to Nanango on Saturday night (October 12) at The Shed.

Man Hurt On Quad Bike

Man Hurt On Quad Bike

A man aged in his 20s was treated by ambulance paramedics at Wattle Grove after a quad bike crash on Monday evening.

Shannus Captures Country’s Pain

Shannus Captures Country’s Pain

Celebrated Hivesville artist Shannus O’Sullivan has works hanging in collections in Asia, Europe and America … now two of his evocative pieces are in the South Burnett Regional Council’s permanent collection.

Cherbourg Holiday Declared

Cherbourg Holiday Declared

Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council has declared Friday, October 18, a public holiday within the shire to mark “Cherbourg Day”.

BOM Issues Fire Weather Warning

BOM Issues Fire Weather Warning

The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a Fire Weather Warning for Tuesday for the Wide Bay-Burnett, Darling Downs and Granite Belt, Central Highlands and Coalfields, and South-East Coast.

Graziers To Launch QA Program

Graziers To Launch QA Program

A voluntary program for beef producers aimed at providing certified quality assurance will be launched in the South Burnett on Thursday

AgForce Calls For Rise In Fees

AgForce Calls For Rise In Fees

AgForce is calling for Queensland councils to increase their travel and agistment permit fees to allow more maintenance to be done on the State’s vital stock route network.

Water Releases Begin From Dam

Water Releases Begin From Dam

Natural Resources Minister Dr Anthony Lynham Water says water releases have now begun from Paradise Dam, near Biggenden.

Red Earth Hosts Info Evening

Red Earth Hosts Info Evening

An information session will be held in Kingaroy next week for people interested in taking part in the 2020 Community Leadership Program organised by the Red Earth Community Foundation.

Qld Switches On To Solar

Qld Switches On To Solar

The State Government is boasting that Queensland is a world leader in solar power, with solar panels now producing twice as much electricity as the State’s biggest power station.

Durong Man Charged

Durong Man Charged

Police have charged a man with several drug offences after a search of a property in Durong last week.

Listening Tours This Week

Listening Tours This Week

South Burnett councillors are getting ready for a big week of Listening Tours with eight events scheduled over the next four days.

Trail Feasibility To Be Examined

Trail Feasibility To Be Examined

The South Burnett Regional Council will conduct a feasibility study into extending the South Burnett Rail Trail from Murgon to Proston.

Small Quake Off Coast

Small Quake Off Coast

A small earthquake occurred in the Coral Sea, east of Rockhampton, on Friday morning.

LNP MPs Demand Dam Answers

LNP MPs Demand Dam Answers

Five Federal and State LNP MPs have kicked off a social media campaign – “What’s your Dam Plan?” – to press the State Government over the future of Paradise Dam.

TRC Seeks Feedback On Sport Plan

TRC Seeks Feedback On Sport Plan

Yarraman and Cooyar residents have been invited to comment on a new Sport, Active Recreation and Healthy Living Plan for the Toowoomba Regional Council area.

Forum To Focus On Growth

Forum To Focus On Growth

Local businesspeople have been invited to attend the sixth annual Wide Bay Burnett Regional Economic Development Growth Forum in Gympie on November 7.

Vandals Target Water Standpipes

Vandals Target Water Standpipes

Vandals have been blamed for knocking the Nanango high-flow water standpipe out of action recently.