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Gel Blaster Seized By Police

Gel Blaster Seized By Police

A 40-year-old Kingaroy man has been charged with going armed in public to cause fear after an incident near Memorial Park in Kingaroy on Tuesday afternoon.

Medal Arrives After 75 Years

Medal Arrives After 75 Years

Seventy-five years after World War II ended, Wondai resident Len McLeod’s war service has finally been recognised with the awarding of the Pacific Star.

Driver Escapes Injury

Driver Escapes Injury

A woman aged in her 70s was assessed by paramedics after her Toyota sedan rolled through a glass window at her home in Burnett Street, Nanango.

LNP To Target Youth Crime

LNP To Target Youth Crime

Opposition Leader and Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has unveiled a tough “three strikes, you’re out” policy to target youth crime.

Simple Ways To Beat Rural Crime

Simple Ways To Beat Rural Crime

Police are reminding landholders there are simple ways to reduce rural crime – a problem which costs Queensland farmers millions of dollars annually in revenue and lost productivity.

New Circuit Extends Link

New Circuit Extends Link

The Link trail that connects Yarraman to Kingaroy via Nanango is barely a year old, but it is now about 60 per cent bigger.

Saints Keen For Action

Saints Keen For Action

Sports fans will be relieved that at least one local football competition is returning to the South Burnett this year.

Local Buy Reaches Out

Local Buy Reaches Out

Local Buy – the procurement partner for local councils – is looking for businesses to register to supply goods and services across Queensland.

Two Hurt In Collision

Two Hurt In Collision

Two people have been taken to hospital by ambulance after a collision at an intersection in South Nanango on Monday morning.

Issues Discussed At Mondure

Issues Discussed At Mondure

A barbecue hosted by the Mondure Rural Fire Brigade on Friday night provided an opportunity for community members to air issues of concern with the South Burnett Regional Council.

Chilly Start To Sunday

Chilly Start To Sunday

Temperatures at Kingaroy Airport dropped to -2.1 degrees Celsius on Sunday morning, officially the coldest morning of the year so far in the region, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.

Two Treated After Crash

Two Treated After Crash

Paramedics assessed two people after a single-vehicle crash on the Bunya Highway near Murgon in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Deadline Looms For Ag Grants

Deadline Looms For Ag Grants

Rural agricultural businesses have been invited to apply for funding for projects covered by the  State Government’s $10 million Rural Economic Development grants scheme.

Five On Cannabis Charges

Five On Cannabis Charges

Five people have been charged with a number of cannabis-related offences after police searched four houses in Kingaroy this week.

Bike Track Plan Moves Ahead

Bike Track Plan Moves Ahead

A new adventure tourist experience is a step closer to fruition with the awarding of a design contract for new mountain bike trails at the Bunya Mountains.

Grant To Upgrade Club Kitchen

Grant To Upgrade Club Kitchen

Nanango RSL Sub-Branch – which took over the running of the Nanango RSL Club in May last year – has received a $54,511 grant from the Federal Government to upgrade its kitchen facilities.