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Man Dies In Wondai Crash

The Bunya Highway has re-opened to normal traffic following a fatal traffic crash earlier the evening.

Heritage Gives Back To Community

Heritage Gives Back To Community

A crowd of more than 200 guests packed Nanango State High School’s Assembly Hall last night for the presentation of the Heritage Nanango Community Branch’s 2012 Community Grants.

Xenophon Offers To Talk To Residents

Xenophon Offers To Talk To Residents

Independent Senator Nick Xenophon has offered to speak to South Burnett residents concerned about the proposed construction of a wind farm at Coopers Gap, between Dalby and Kingaroy.

A Cup Of Coffee Could Save A Life

A Cup Of Coffee Could Save A Life

Residents in the South Burnett are encouraged to stop for a coffee and a chat on Thursday, September 13, to support the health, safety and well-being of the community.

Horan To Open $1.8m Health Centre

Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service Board Chairman Mike Horan will be visiting the South Burnett for three days next week to inspect local facilities and officially open the new Cherbourg Community Health Centre.

Tractor Jigsaw At Gallery

The pieces of the puzzle that is Tractor Tattoo are slowly coming together … literally at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery.

Lions Club News

Lions Club News

Simone Kucyk represented the Nanango Lions Club in the recent Lions Medical Research Personality Quest.

Seniors Enjoy A Big Day At Wondai

Seniors Enjoy A Big Day At Wondai

A near-capacity crowd of 242 South Burnett senior citizens packed the Wondai Town Hall today to celebrate Senior’s Day – the high point of Seniors Week, which runs from August 18-26.

Council Working To Preserve Heritage

Council Working To Preserve Heritage

South Burnett Regional Council has been working with the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection to identify Council-owned sites which may be architecturally or socially significant to Queensland’s history.

Saints Elect Inaugural Committee

Daniel Clacy was elected the inaugural president of the new South Burnett Saints Australian Football Club Inc at the Annual General Meeting held at Lyle Vidler Oval clubhouse last night.

Mayor Warns That De-Amalgamation<br> Push Has Little Chance Of Success

Mayor Warns That De-Amalgamation
Push Has Little Chance Of Success

Toowoomba Mayor Paul Antonio has warned residents pushing to form breakaway shires that their efforts will have little chance of success.

$6.8m Loss Puts Question<br> Mark Over Future Of Ag Colleges

$6.8m Loss Puts Question
Mark Over Future Of Ag Colleges

The State Government says it is committed to working with peak farm bodies, TAFE and the Education Department to ensure the delivery of effective training for students wanting to pursue careers in agriculture.

State Government ‘Streamlines’ Mine Approvals

The State Government last night passed legislation designed to streamline the approval process for mining projects and tell resource companies the State is “open for business”.

Seniors Warned To Watch Out For Scams

Police have warned senior citizens to be more vigilant as con artists become increasingly sophisticated at targeting this often vulnerable demographic.

CBD Promotion Planned For Tractor Tattoo

CBD Promotion Planned For Tractor Tattoo

Kingaroy businesses are being urged to help promote next month’s Tractor Tattoo Festival by mounting tractor displays in their shop windows.

Woman Hurt In Crash

A 66-year-old Blackbutt woman was transported to Kingaroy Hospital with a broken wrist after a nose-to-tail crash occurred on Tuesday evening on the D’Aguilar Highway at Coolabunia, near the Peterson Drive roadworks.

Thank You From Chopper

Thank You From Chopper

Recently appointed AGL Action Rescue Helicopter CEO David Donaldson visited Kingaroy and Murgon

Wine Expert Picks South Burnett’s Best Drops

Wine Expert Picks South Burnett’s Best Drops

Australian wine expert Rob Geddes has nominated five South Burnett wines as being amongst Australia’s best in the 30th edition of his soon-to-be-released Australian Wine Vintages.

Young Superstars Debut At Suncorp

Young Superstars Debut At Suncorp

Most Rugby League players dream at some stage in their lives of running on to Suncorp Stadium in front of massive crowd … but few ever get the chance to realise that dream.

$2m Upgrade For Kingaroy Hospital

$2m Upgrade For Kingaroy Hospital

Essential fire safety issues at Kingaroy Hospital will be rectified and a master plan prepared for a new main block in a $2m overhaul announced today by the State Government.

Teys Installs Unique Recycling Plant

Teys Installs Unique Recycling Plant

A plant currently currently being commissioned at Teys Brothers Murgon to remove salt from waste water could have implications for the burgeoning coal seam gas industry.

Working Together For A Bright Future

Working Together For A Bright Future

Murgon State High School this evening hosted the official launch of MRAEL’s new Indigenous Employment and Training Project.

Afternoon Tea For 90th

Afternoon Tea For 90th

QCWA members from all over south-east Queensland gathered in Kingaroy on Wednesday

MP Backs Tougher Penalties<br> For Assaults On Police Officers

MP Backs Tougher Penalties
For Assaults On Police Officers

Police officers in the Nanango electorate – which extends from Kilcoy to Wooroolin and south to Crows Nest – were assaulted more than 430 times during 2010-11.