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Vine Dining Looks Fine This Saturday

Vine Dining Looks Fine This Saturday

Moffatdale’s annual Vine Dining Long Lunch will be making its fourth outing on Saturday, August 18.

Cattlemen Bring Home Ekka Success

Cattlemen Bring Home Ekka Success

South Burnett competitors have cleaned up at the Brisbane Exhibition, especially in the hotly contested Prime Beef competition.

Blackbutt Name Change Turned Down

Blackbutt Name Change Turned Down

The South Burnett Regional Council has turned down a request to rename Hayne Kite Millar Road in Blackbutt – partly to avoid confusion, and partly out of respect for tradition.

Council To Apply For Traffic Lights

Council To Apply For Traffic Lights

Two dangerous intersections in Nanango and Kingaroy will get traffic lights installed if applications for “Blackspot” road funding are successful.

Bunya Mountains Road ‘A Disgrace’

Bunya Mountains Road ‘A Disgrace’

Former Queensland Greens candidate for Nanango Grant Newson said today the South Burnett “should be ashamed” of the condition of the road leading from Maidenwell to the Bunya Mountains.

KCCI Meet & Greet At VIC

The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry will be holding it latest Meet’n’Greet at the Kingaroy Visitor Information Centre in Haly Street, Kingaroy from 5:30pm on Monday, August 20.

Back To A Single Lane – Again

The Blackbutt Range will be reverting to a single lane roadway – with 15 minute delays – tomorrow night and Friday night.

Just Cruisin’ On A Long Weekend

Just Cruisin’ On A Long Weekend

A long weekend and sunshine always seems to bring out the car clubs … and we’re not complaining!

Council To Host Meet’n’Greet

The South Burnett Regional Council has volunteered to host the August Meet’n’Greet of the Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

$1500 Boost For Chaplaincy Program

$1500 Boost For Chaplaincy Program

Kingaroy State High School vice-captains Scott Barry and Amy Harch, and school captain Berni Bunker, presented a cheque for $1500 to School Chaplain Ruth Wright at the school assembly this morning.

More Than 400 Patients A Month
Admitted To Kingaroy Hospital

More than 1300 patients were admitted to Kingaroy Hospital during the first three months of this year – and 109 babies born – according to statistics released by Queensland Health.

A Colourful Yarn About A Tractor

A Colourful Yarn About A Tractor

Farmers are known to enjoy a good yarn … often about the weather, or their cattle, or maybe even their tractors. Less often, though, does the yarn about tractors involve knitting or crochet needles …

Orienteers Tested By Blackbutt Courses

Orienteers Tested By Blackbutt Courses

Orienteers who attended the recent championships at Blackbutt found the terrain challenging and rewarding.

De-Amalgamation Meeting Tonight

A meeting to discuss the possible de-amalgamation of the massive Toowoomba Regional Council super shire will be held from 7:30pm tonight at the Crows Nest Community Centre.

Clovely Invited To Chic Picnic

Clovely Invited To Chic Picnic

Clovely Estate wines from Moffatdale will be featured at one of the most upmarket events seen in Brisbane for a long time.

No Forced Redundancies At Stanwell

There has been no target number set for job reductions at Stanwell, the company’s CEO Richard Van Breda said this afternoon.

Vietnam Veterans To Gather On Saturday

Vietnam Veterans To Gather On Saturday

South Burnett Vietnam Veterans will be commemorating the Battle of Long Tan on Saturday

Regional Lunch In Toowoomba

Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers Ambassador entrant Rebecca Lee – who is being sponsored by her employer Toowoomba Golden West and South Burnett Tourism – will be hosting a charity regional food luncheon in Toowoomba on August 31.

Film Night Raises Funds For Relay

Film Night Raises Funds For Relay

Women’s running club the Go Getta Girls held a movie night at the Satellite Cinema in Kingaroy on Sunday night to help raise funds for the 2012 Relay for Life.

NaTDA Meeting On Thursday

The Nanango Tourism & Development Association will be holding its regular monthly meeting at the Nanango Golf Club off the D’Aguilar Highway north of Nanango at 5:30pm on Thursday, August 16 (meeting starts at 6:00pm).

Winds Of Change Opening

The Winds Of Change Gallery at 8 George Street in Nanango will be opening their first-ever exhibition at 6:00pm on Friday.

Wolves Suffer Cherbourg’s Wrath

Wolves Suffer Cherbourg’s Wrath

The Cherbourg Hornets, obviously stung into action by their defeat by Kingaroy last week, re-stamped their dominance on the Premier League A Grade competition by storming home to a 78-0 victory over Wondai on Saturday.

Gunners Hold On To Second Place

Gunners Hold On To Second Place

In the last game of the season, 1st Division rivals Gunners and Wests battled it out for second position enabling the winner to have an extra chance in the finals.

Top Brass Blows Into Wondai

Top Brass Blows Into Wondai

The Brisbane-based BoB Quintet banded together with Wondai musicians at the weekend to put on a bold and brassy (and loud) performance at the Wondai RSL Club.