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JPs Notch Up Century Of Service

JPs Notch Up Century Of Service

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has congratulated two Kingaroy JPs who together have provided more than 100 years of service to the community.

CTC Makes Hard Decisions In Nanango

CTC Makes Hard Decisions In Nanango

South Burnett CTC notified staff and parents on Thursday that it will be closing its childcare services in Nanango on March 29.

Countdown To Historic League Clash

Countdown To Historic League Clash

Excitement is building for Saturday’s action-packed day of rugby league action – and a huge dose of NRL nostalgia – at Jack O’Chin Oval in Cherbourg.

Grants Program Aids Mental Health

Grants Program Aids Mental Health

The Foundation for Regional and Regional Renewal and CCI Giving are inviting applications to support projects that improve mental health in rural communities.

Poetry And Song Launch Exhibitions

Poetry And Song Launch Exhibitions

Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery launched its 2019 exhibition schedule with art, song and even a bit of poetry last Saturday morning

$110m In Medicare Rebates Unclaimed

$110m In Medicare Rebates Unclaimed

South Burnett residents who haven’t given Medicare their updated bank details could get a quick financial windfall.

$34,500 Upgrade For Kilkivan Pool

$34,500 Upgrade For Kilkivan Pool

Opposition Leader and Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has congratulated Kilkivan State School P&C on its successful application to fund upgrades to the Kilkivan Swimming Pool.

St John’s Principal<BR> Announces Retirement

St John’s Principal
Announces Retirement

Long-serving St John’s Lutheran School principal Helen Folker has announced her retirement

LNP Calls For Tougher Trespass Laws

LNP Calls For Tougher Trespass Laws

Shadow Agriculture Minister Tony Perrett has called on the State Government to commit Queensland to tougher trespass laws at Friday’s meeting of State and Federal agriculture ministers.

Have You Seen This Ute?

Have You Seen This Ute?

NSW detectives investigating a 2010 murder are trying to track down an old Ford Falcon ute which they believe may have ended up in Queensland.

More Thefts, Vandalism

More Thefts, Vandalism

Murgon police are investigating a series of thefts, break-ins and vandalism which have occurred since January 25.

Minister Defends Crime Stoppers Move

Minister Defends Crime Stoppers Move

Police Minister Mark Ryan has denied the return of the Crime Stoppers hotline to police control will destroy public confidence in the anonymous crime-reporting system.

AFA Futsal Back For 2019

AFA Futsal Back For 2019

Australian Futsal Association (AFA) Futsal will be returning for 2019 at Kingaroy State High School next Wednesday (February 13).

New Committee Secures Club’s Future

New Committee Secures Club’s Future

Concerns Nanango might not be able to field teams in this year’s South Burnett football competition have been allayed.

Man Hit By Vehicle

Man Hit By Vehicle

A man was taken by ambulance to Murgon Hospital after being struck by a vehicle on Wednesday morning.

Police Unveil CCTV Database

Police Unveil CCTV Database

A new joint community / police anti-crime initiative was launched in Kingaroy on Wednesday by Police Minister Mark Ryan.

New Website Crunches SB Data

New Website Crunches SB Data

A new website that gathers all the South Burnett’s vital statistics together in one place was unveiled at the South Burnett Regional Council’s Business XL networking event held in Kingaroy on Tuesday evening.

Councils Open Grant Programs

Councils Open Grant Programs

Applications are now open for Toowoomba Regional Council’s latest round of community grants.

Report Highlights Waste Increases

Report Highlights Waste Increases

A new State Government report shows more than 1.2 million tonnes of waste was trucked over the border into Queensland in 2017-18.

Council Reviews Nanango Water Plan

Council Reviews Nanango Water Plan

The South Burnett Regional Council is reviewing a plan to connect Nanango to Kingaroy’s water supply via a 20km pipeline

Cattle School Ready For 18th Year

Cattle School Ready For 18th Year

Excited children and adults are ready to get ‘mooovin’ at the annual Brahmousin Cattle School in Nanango this month.

Free Come & Try For Junior Bees

Free Come & Try For Junior Bees

The Kingaroy Junior Motorcycle Speedway Club will be giving youngsters a chance to give speedway motorcycling a go for free this Sunday, February 10.

Uni Opens $16m Ag Research Facility

Uni Opens $16m Ag Research Facility

A $16 million Agricultural Science and Engineering Precinct was officially opened on Tuesday at the University of Southern Queensland’s Toowoomba campus.

Farmers Urged To Seek<br> Compensation From Banks

Farmers Urged To Seek
Compensation From Banks

Farmers have been urged to take advantage of the extra period for which they can seek compensation for incidents where they believe banks wronged them.