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Charge Moved To Brisbane

Charge Moved To Brisbane

A woman facing a fraud charge laid after a police investigation at Wondai Kindergarten has successfully applied to transfer the case to Brisbane Magistrates Court.

Ceremony Unites Present And Past

Ceremony Unites Present And Past

Wakka Wakka people from all over Queensland gathered near Maidenwell on Tuesday for a special ceremony that reunited people with their land and heritage.

Pacey Feted For Futsal

Pacey Feted For Futsal

St Mary’s Catholic College threw an old-fashioned fete on Sunday to help 14-year-old Pacey Clegg get to England.

Wolves Show Their Class

Wolves Show Their Class

The Wondai Wolves put on a strong display against Nanango on Saturday, proving why they’ve only lost two games so far in the 2014 South Burnett rugby league competition.

Art Night For Angels

Art Night For Angels

The Quota Club of Kingaroy will be hosting a wine and cheese night at the Wondai Art Gallery from 6:00pm on Friday (July 25) to help raise funds for Angel Flight.

Firies Looking For Scientist Volunteers

Firies Looking For Scientist Volunteers

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services are looking for a special type of volunteer to join their ranks … scientists.

Region Getting Ready To Go On Show

Region Getting Ready To Go On Show

South Burnett and Cherbourg will be offering a jam-packed program of events this October long weekend

New Satellite Option For Broadband

NBN Co today announced an initiative it says will boost the number of broadband connections for people who cannot access an existing commercial broadband service.

Local Groups Receive Grants

Local Groups Receive Grants

The South Burnett Community Orchestra and the Red Earth Community Foundation South Burnett Limited have both secured grants in the latest round of funding by the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR).

Stags Take Home The Trophy

Stags Take Home The Trophy

It was an all-South Burnett U12s final at Wondai’s massive Mini-Mod Carnival on Saturday, with Nanango emerging triumphant after a long day of junior footie fun.

Generous Help Opens Doors

Generous Help Opens Doors

About 30 people turned up in Kingaroy today for the opening of a door … but it wasn’t just any old door.

Rotary Stretches Out A Hand To Help

Rotary Stretches Out A Hand To Help

There’s no need to tell South Burnett farmers the drought is still biting hard, and with predictions of an El Nino around the corner, there’s not a lot of good news on the horizon.

Futsal News – July 17

Seniors Winter competition results from Thursday, July 17:

Junior Soccer Results – Round 9

Junior Soccer Results – Round 9

The McDonalds Football South Burnett junior soccer competition resumed on Saturday after the holiday break.

Overtaking Lane ‘On The Flat’

Overtaking Lane ‘On The Flat’

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has rejected concerns raised on a TV broadcast earlier this month

Boiling Water Thrown
Over Woman During Fight

A woman who threw a pot of boiling water over another woman, causing burns to 10 per cent of her body, has been sentenced to two years jail after pleading guilty to a charge of assault causing grievous bodily harm.

Third Case Of Hendra

A property in the Gladstone area was quarantined by Biosecurity Queensland on Saturday after a dead horse tested positive for Hendra virus.

Woman, Toddler In Rollover

Woman, Toddler In Rollover

A woman and a young child were lucky to escape serious injury when their car rolled and ended up on its roof in a ditch on the side of the D’Aguilar Highway near Coolabunia on Saturday night.