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Deb Sworn In At Government House

Deb Sworn In At Government House

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington Deb Frecklington was sworn in at Government House on Thursday morning.

Nanango Netballers Think Pink To Fight Cancer

The Nanango & District Netball Association will be turning “hot pink” on the Mother’s Day weekend (May 12-13) to pay tribute to local women and their families who have been affected by breast cancer.

Kingaroy Man Charged Over 2007 Fire

Kingaroy Man Charged Over 2007 Fire

A 32-year-old Kingaroy man has been charged over a fire that destroyed a block of units in Deception Bay in 2007.

Fatal Traffic Crash At Brovinia

Fatal Traffic Crash At Brovinia

Police attended the scene of a fatal traffic crash which occurred at Brovinia, south of Mundubbera, this afternoon.

Foundation Plans Gala Launch

Foundation Plans Gala Launch

A steering committee aiming to establish a South Burnett Community Foundation is planning a gala ball in November.

Massingham Resigns From Tourism Role

Fraser Coast Tourism CEO Damien Massingham has resigned after seven years in the job.

Vote Of Confidence In South Burnett

Vote Of Confidence In South Burnett

In a vote of confidence for the local retail industry, a Morayfield-based business has opened a branch in Kingaroy to meet increasing demand for its services in the South Burnett.

Training Raises Awareness

Training Raises Awareness

Cross-Cultural Awareness training can help to minimise misunderstandings in the workplace.

Brendan Bids Farewell To Retravision

Brendan Bids Farewell To Retravision

“It’s always been about the people … not the products. We’re a very close-knit business and have built long-lasting relationships with our suppliers and customers. It wasn’t an easy decision to make …”

Pre-Poll Voting For Council Opens Monday

Pre-poll voting for the 2012 Local Government elections opens on Monday (April 16).

Cathy’s Nuts About Ceramics

Cathy’s Nuts About Ceramics

The Bunya Mountains – and bunya nuts – hold a special attraction to Brisbane ceramic artist Cathy Keys.

New Co-Ordinator at TAFE

New Co-Ordinator at TAFE

The Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE in Kingaroy has welcomed a new member to their team.

Mayor-Elect Wants Council To Take Lead<br>In Discussions Over Proposed Wind Farm

Mayor-Elect Wants Council To Take Lead
In Discussions Over Proposed Wind Farm

One of the first priorities of a post-election South Burnett Regional Council would be to start driving the process surrounding the proposed AGL wind farm at Coopers Gap.

Take The Stress Out Of Handling Stock

Take The Stress Out Of Handling Stock

Are you getting the best out of your (working) dog? Would you like to experience stress-free stock handling?

Austar Takeover Gets Green Light

It’s uncertain what immediate effect the acquisition of regional pay-TV provider Austar by Foxtel will have on local subscribers.

2012 Kumbia Campdraft Results

2012 Kumbia Campdraft Results

Results of the 86th annual Kumbia Charity Campdraft, held at the Kumbia Sports Grounds over the Easter weekend.

Big Field For Charity Campdraft

Big Field For Charity Campdraft

Grace and Sean Moloney, from Ironpot, were two of the many competitors who took part in the Kumbia & District Charity Campdraft over the Easter weekend.

Handy Guide To Council Elections

Handy Guide To Council Elections

Confused about the upcoming Council election?

Chris Enjoys A Marathon Challenge

Chris Enjoys A Marathon Challenge

Kingaroy runner Chris Thamm is one of the first South Burnett runners to put up their hands to take part in this year’s Gold Coast Airport Marathon.

Google Fixes Road Name Error

Google Fixes Road Name Error

Last year’s floods – and road closures – caused a lot of South Burnett residents to turn to Google Maps to seek information. But what do you do when authorities are also using Google Maps, and the map is wrong?

Work To Fix Deathtrap To Begin Soon

Work To Fix Deathtrap To Begin Soon

Work on repairing Kumbia-Brooklands Road will begin by April 30, SBRC councillor Debra Palmer said today.

Property Agents Welcome Law Changes

Property Agents Welcome Law Changes

South Burnett real estate agents have welcomed an announcement by the State Government that it would scrap the controversial Sustainability Declarations introduced in 2010.

Motorbike Rider Injured Near Cooyar

Motorbike Rider Injured Near Cooyar

A 40-year-old Toowoomba man has been airlifted to hospital in a stable condition after his motorcycle crashed near Cooyar this morning.

Sentence Extended Four Months

A Cherbourg man had a suspended sentence for sexual assault extended for four months when he appeared in the District Court in Kingaroy this morning.