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‘Crime’ Pays For PCYC

‘Crime’ Pays For PCYC

The “Time4Kids” promotion has led to more than $2000 being raised for youth programs

Cr Murray Wins By-Election

Cr Murray Wins By-Election

Arnold Murray has been declared the winner of Saturday’s vote to fill a vacancy on Cherbourg Council.

Nine Picked For Wide Bay Squad

Nine Picked For Wide Bay Squad

Nine South Burnett rugby league players have been selected for the 2014 Wide Bay Country 47th Battalion squad following the weekend’s trial games held at Miriam Vale.

Football Takes A Spell

Football Takes A Spell

Football in the South Burnett is in holiday mode over the school break but will return on Saturday, April 26 with the start of the junior season and continuation of the senior season.

South Burnett Bowls News: 12-Apr-14

South Burnett Bowls News: 12-Apr-14

It’s been great to see the rain, hasn’t it? The greens and grounds are looking great. But we could do with a little more rain again soon.

Anzac Tribute Wins $1000 Prize

Anzac Tribute Wins $1000 Prize

Murgon artist Lee Porter’s moving tribute to Anzac Day, ‘What’s Left Behind’, is the winner of the 2014 South Burnett Regional Council’s Acquisitive Art competition.

It’s All Go For The Nanango Show!

It’s All Go For The Nanango Show!

The Nanango Showgrounds were a hive of activity on Friday in preparation for Saturday’s 105th annual Nanango Show.

Taabinga Development Gets Go-Ahead

Taabinga Development Gets Go-Ahead

A controversial 116-lot relocatable home park at Taabinga Downs Estate in Kingaroy was given to go-ahead this afternoon by the South Burnett Regional Council.

Taabinga Estate: The Arguments

Taabinga Estate: The Arguments

At the South Burnett Regional Council’s special meeting on Friday, April 11 there was heated debate about rescinding a motion made at Council’s March 19 meeting to reject a development application for the Taabinga Downs Estate.

Cherbourg By-Election:
Meet The Candidates

Cherbourg By-Election:<br> Meet The Candidates

The by-election to fill a vacancy on Cherbourg Aboriginal Council will be held tomorrow (Saturday); the polling booth will be open at the Cherbourg State School in Fisher Street from 8:00am to 6:00pm.

UCG Company Charged

UCG Company Charged

The Department of Environment and Heritage Protection has charged Linc Energy Limited with causing serious environmental harm in relation to its pilot Underground Coal Gasification plant near Chinchilla.

Deputy PM Pushes For
Better Mobile Coverage

Deputy PM Pushes For<br> Better Mobile Coverage

Member for Wide Bay and Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss has met with Mr Paul Fletcher, the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications, to discuss the Federal Government’s new mobile phone black spot program

Pollies Back Behind Bars

Pollies Back Behind Bars

Apparently some of our local politicians haven’t learned a thing

Draft Beef Plan Open For Comment

Draft Beef Plan Open For Comment

The State Government is seeking feedback on its draft Beef Industry Action Plan which aims to encourage the doubling of Queensland’s beef production by 2040.

Biking From Barambah To Bardon

Biking From Barambah To Bardon

Everyone knows pink is the colour for breast cancer fundraising … but do you know purple is the colour for pancreatic cancer?

Competition Commemorates WWI

Competition Commemorates WWI

Almost 30 works have been entered in this year’s South Burnett Regional Council Acquisitive Art Competition.

Radio Auction To Aid Shona

Radio Auction To Aid Shona

South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann will be back behind the microphone on CROW-FM on Friday morning to help raise funds for Murgon mum Shona Muckert’s vital leg surgery.

Art Fun For Kids At Wondai

Art Fun For Kids At Wondai

South Burnett children aged 6 to 11 will have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang’s work this Saturday morning, April 11.

Heritage Backs Film Festival

Heritage Backs Film Festival

Heritage Nanango Community Branch will be sponsoring the upcoming Big Screen Film Festival in Nanango