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Woman Dies In Booie Crash

A 24-year-old Kingaroy woman has been killed in a single vehicle traffic crash at Booie early this morning.

Pest & Weed Day In Kingaroy This Friday

A “Targeting Pests & Weeds” information day will be held at the former Kingaroy DPI Research Station in Goodger Road, Kingaroy from 10:00am to 3:00pm this Friday, June 22.

Amber Will Be Wearing Maroon

Amber Will Be Wearing Maroon

Rugby League player Amber Saltner, from Cherbourg, is in training camp in Brisbane after being selected to play for the Queensland Women’s representative side.

Dalby Too Good For Thrashers

The South Burnett Thrashers were defeated 71 points to 17 by fellow cellar dwellers Dalby on Saturday afternoon.

Richard Is Running To Meet Us

Richard Is Running To Meet Us

Most people would think you’d have to be bit crazy to volunteer to run 5330km along the Bicentennial National Trail for charity. But for ultra-distance runner Richard Bowles, it’s a very SANE thing to do …

Future Health Workers Graduate

Students from Kingaroy will be among 51 people who will graduate with health qualifications in Toowoomba on Monday following their successful completion of a six-month training program through RHealth.

No New Tick Officer For Kingaroy

No New Tick Officer For Kingaroy

Kingaroy won’t be getting a new Tick Officer despite a vocal push from local graziers.

Festival Call To Outdoor Adventurers

Festival Call To Outdoor Adventurers

The Bloomin Beautiful Blackbutt Festival committee is inviting all horse riders, mountain bikers, hikers and outdoor adventurers to join in the activities at the 2012 Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Expo on September 8-9.

Election Promises OK Despite Debt Blowout

Election Promises OK Despite Debt Blowout

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington assured South Burnett residents this afternoon that the LNP’s election promise to spend $10 million on the D’Aguilar and Brisbane Valley Highways would go ahead, despite today’s release of the Independent Commission of Audit’s interim report.

$166,000 Assistance To Local Projects

$166,000 Assistance To Local Projects

The Aboriginal Community Interest Consultative Committee (ACICC) has released it latest annual report detailing $166,246 in local projects funded last year.

Pothole Blamed For Bike Crash

A 64-year-old man was lucky to escape major injuries this morning when he crashed his motorbike on the Kumbia-Brooklands Road.

Surgeons Pay A Flying Visit

Surgeons Pay A Flying Visit

The South Burnett played host this week to four visiting surgeons from Nagoya in Japan.

Two Remanded On Drug Lab Charges

Two men charged over the alleged discovery of a illegal drug lab in Kingaroy have been remanded to re-appear in court in August 16.

Man Jailed For Entering Cherbourg

A man on remand on rape charges pleaded guilty in Kingaroy Magistrates Court today to breaching his bail conditions after he returned to Cherbourg on two occasions despite being ordered not to enter the town.

It’s Deadly Cool To Go Back To School

It’s Deadly Cool To Go Back To School

Murgon State High School is encouraging teenagers who’ve dropped out of school to have another go.

New Group Provides Support For Carers

New Group Provides Support For Carers

A recently formed group which offers companionship and support for carers will meet again in Murgon and Kingaroy next week.

History Builds Strong Future

History Builds Strong Future

A Cherbourg mum was surprised when her young children began to question her about their family

Council Wins Award

Council Wins Award

For the fourth consecutive year, South Burnett Regional Council has been won a Bronze award for its Annual Report in the Australasian Reporting Awards.

Ratepayers To Get Four Bills A Year

Ratepayers To Get Four Bills A Year

The South Burnett Regional Council held its final Budget workshop today, with Mayor Wayne Kratzmann warning “hard decisions have to be made”.

Bruce Hwy Among Australia’s Most Dangerous

Bruce Hwy Among Australia’s Most Dangerous

Five sections of the Bruce Highway have been ranked among the top 15 most dangerous national highway links Australia-wide in a new report.

St John’s Says Thank You

St John’s Says Thank You

Kingaroy teacher Mrs Naomi Kotzur has received special recognition from St John’s Lutheran Primary School

Woman Knocked Over By Truck

A 65-year-old woman was taken to Murgon Hospital as a precautionary measure this morning after she was knocked over by a vehicle reversing at low speed in Lamb Street, Murgon.

Wests To Challenge Nanango At Home

Wests To Challenge Nanango At Home

This week’s Evolution Solar Football matches will see top-of-the table Nanango Panthers coming up against Wests in Kingaroy.

Thrashers In Dalby This Weekend

The South Burnett Thrashers rugby union team travelled to Highfields last Saturday to play their postponed Round 4 match against Highfields.