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Horror Night Was Heaps Of Fun

Horror Night Was Heaps Of Fun

Little Drayton Street in Nanango was the dead-heart of the South Burnett on Thursday night … attracting ghosts, goblins and spooky spirits for another monster Halloween celebration.

Council Erases Rail Trail Data

Council Erases Rail Trail Data

Two years’ data about usage of the South Burnett Rail Trail has been removed from Council records because of concerns about its accuracy.

Teachers Vote For Work Bans

Teachers Vote For Work Bans

Catholic school teachers have voted to take industrial action next week at 195 schools across Queensland – including two in the South Burnett – unless a meeting on Wednesday resolves the dispute.

AgForce Praises NBN Co Move

AgForce Praises NBN Co Move

AgForce has praised NBN Co for setting up a business unit focused solely on servicing rural, regional and remote Australia.

Kingaroy Water Safe: Council

Kingaroy Water Safe: Council

South Burnett Regional Council has assured residents that the town water is safe to drink

Reseal For TRC Roads

Reseal For TRC Roads

Sections of bitumen roads in the Cooyar and Yarraman areas will be resealed as part of Toowoomba Regional Council’s $8 million annual regional road reseal program.

Home Teams Falter In Round 3

Home Teams Falter In Round 3

A full round of games was played in Round 3 of the South Burnett Cricket competition at the weekend, but no home teams came up with a win.

Red Benches To Raise Awareness

Red Benches To Raise Awareness

A bench in Yarraman is going to be painted red as part of a campaign to raise awareness about family and domestic violence

Local Fire Ban Extended

Local Fire Ban Extended

Local fire bans in the South Burnett, Cherbourg, Gympie and North Burnett council areas have been extended again.

Wellcamp To Become Rural Export Hub

Wellcamp To Become Rural Export Hub

Toowoomba’s Wellcamp Airport will become an agricultural export hub by early 2021, providing new export opportunities for farmers and food processors.

LTO Seeks Partnership With Council

LTO Seeks Partnership With Council

The Visit South Burnett Local Tourism Organisation (LTO) will seek a formal partnership with the South Burnett Regional Council.

Woolies’ Breach ‘Shocks’ Ombudsman

Woolies’ Breach ‘Shocks’ Ombudsman

The Fair Work Ombudsman says she is shocked that yet another large, publicly listed company has admitted to breaching Australia’s workplace laws on a massive scale.

Council Considers Shorter Road Name

Council Considers Shorter Road Name

South Burnett Regional Council will undertake public consultation about changing one of the region’s longest road names to something much shorter

Coal Sparks Fire Alert

Coal Sparks Fire Alert

Smouldering coal sparked a fire alert at Tarong Power Station on Wednesday morning.

Huge Solar Farm In Doubt

Huge Solar Farm In Doubt

The future of a huge solar farm project at Harlin looks uncertain following court action

Ag Discussion Deadline Extended

Ag Discussion Deadline Extended

Federal Government consultations about the future direction of agricultural research have been extended until November 25.

Swine Fever In Korea

Swine Fever In Korea

African Swine Fever has been detected on South Korean farms close to the North Korean border, according to a report in Nature magazine.

Free Health Workshop In Proston

Free Health Workshop In Proston

Residents from Proston and surrounding areas have been invited to attend a special workshop organised by Darling Downs Health on November 12.

Bookings Open For Lunch

Bookings Open For Lunch

Bookings are now being taken for the 2019 Kingaroy Community Christmas Lunch

Boy ‘Slashed With Knife’

Boy ‘Slashed With Knife’

An argument between a group of boys in Cherbourg on Saturday turned potentially deadly when one produced a Stanley knife.

MP Releases Age Pension Guide

MP Releases Age Pension Guide

A new and updated Aged Pension Guide has been released by Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien.

A Big Day Out At Wondai

A Big Day Out At Wondai

The Farmer’s Big Day Out at Wondai Showgrounds on Saturday turned out to be just that, with an estimated 800 people having fun and forgetting about the drought for an hour or two.

Road Named After Koy  Family

Road Named After Koy Family

South Burnett Regional Council has agreed to name an access road in Manyung after a dairying family.

Bega Shares<BR> Slide After AGM

Bega Shares
Slide After AGM

Bega Cheese shares fell 12.8 per cent at the close of trading on Tuesday following a profit warning