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Police Warning Over Email

Police Warning Over Email

Queensland Police are warning members of the public about an abusive email currently circulating.

Good Sports Launch NAIDOC Week

Good Sports Launch NAIDOC Week

Cherbourg’s NAIDOC celebrations were kicked off in a spectacular fashion with the official opening on Monday of the Ration Shed’s new Play The Ball exhibition.

Reserves Troop Their Colours

Reserves Troop Their Colours

Wondai’s Reserve Forces Day always attracts visitors from all over south-east Queensland, and this year’s two-day celebration was no exception.

Coast Friends Drop In For Weekend

Coast Friends Drop In For Weekend

Wondai Art Gallery played host to a group of a dozen visiting Sunshine Coast art fans at the opening of its July exhibition “Artistic Friends Through Art” on Friday night.

Falcons Rip Into Young Mustangs

Falcons Rip Into Young Mustangs

A seriously under-strength Murgon Mustangs took on a Sunshine Coast 2nd Division rep side in a “friendly” at Murgon Sportsground on Saturday afternoon.

Graziers Urged To Get Ready For El Nino

Graziers Urged To Get Ready For El Nino

Agriculture Minister John McVeigh is urging producers affected by drought to begin sourcing molasses and putting other measures in place now to deal with an expected El Nino weather pattern in the coming months.

Driver Charged, Car Seized

Driver Charged, Car Seized

A 26-year-old Brisbane man has been charged after he allegedly sped away from police in Kingaroy on Thursday night.

Man Crushed By Vehicle

Man Crushed By Vehicle

A man has died following a fatal traffic incident at Googa Creek, south of Blackbutt, yesterday afternoon.

South Burnett Bowls News: 05-Jul-14

South Burnett Bowls News: 05-Jul-14

It’s been a bit of a chilly winter around the region this lat week – sunny days but very, very cool nights and the occasional frost in some places to keep the greenkeepers worried.

John Pulls The Plug After 44 Years

John Pulls The Plug After 44 Years

The South Burnett’s 2014 Citizen of the Year, John Box, was farewelled at Ergon Energy on Friday morning after more than a 40-year career with the organisation.

Jimmy’s Journey: Nanango To Doomben

Jimmy’s Journey: Nanango To Doomben

At nightfall last Wednesday, apprentice Jimmy Orman had an unbeaten riding record in the metropolitan area.

Reduce Your Fire Risk … Now!

Reduce Your Fire Risk … Now!

Firies are again reminding landowners about “Operation Cool Burn”

Big Effort By Students

Big Effort By Students

The St Mary’s Catholic College students who have given up the holidays to represent their school in various activities have done the region proud.

Highway Repairs Start Monday

Highway Repairs Start Monday

Reconstruction works on the Wide Bay Highway between Goomeri and Craigallian will begin on Monday (July 7), Member for Wide Bay Warren Truss announced today.

Men’s Health Roadshow Returns

Men’s Health Roadshow Returns

Men don’t usually talk about their health … it’s a bloke thing.

Truck Overturns At Yarraman

Truck Overturns At Yarraman

A semi-trailer overturned on the D’Aguilar Highway this morning at Yarraman – the second major truck incident in the town in less than two months.

Trailer Relieves Water Pressure

Trailer Relieves Water Pressure

The South Burnett Endurance Riders Association will be able to provide water for horses in even the driest locations thanks to a new 2000 litre water trailer funded by Stanwell.

Chris Soars Above The Rest

Chris Soars Above The Rest

It’s a fairly common sight to see gliders soaring above Kingaroy Airport, but did you know how far they can travel? Would you believe Victoria?

New Program Empowers Community

New Program Empowers Community

A new self-help and empowerment program began in Cherbourg last month to help strengthen people, families and the community.

Big Rap For Local Talent

Big Rap For Local Talent

Some of the South Burnett’s most promising up-and-coming musos took to the stage last Saturday in Kingaroy to put their talents on show.