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Salute For Cherbourg War Veterans

A $2348 Federal Government grant to the Cherbourg Junior Police Rangers will help fund two honour boards at the Cherbourg War Memorial.

Mini Carnival A Major Success

Mini Carnival A Major Success

The Murgon Mustangs triumphed in the final of the annual Mini Mod Carnival played in Wondai on Saturday.

Local MPs Take A Road Trip

Member for Wide Bay Warren Truss and Member for Flynn Ken O’Dowd are among a group of Federal and State Liberal and National MPs who have undertaken a five-day road trip along the Bruce Highway from Brisbane to Cairns.

Have Breakfast With The Mayor

South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann is hosting a Community Breakfast on Friday to help raise funds for the South Burnett Private Hospital.

Students Rock On Stage

Students Rock On Stage

St Mary’s students from Prep to Year 12 demonstrated their dancing and musical skills in Kingaroy on Friday night when they rocked on stage in the school’s annual concert.

Don’t Worry … It’s Just A Scam

Police are warning of the resurgence of scam texts and emails that have recently re-emerged and are currently doing the rounds.

Forced Evictions ‘Never Considered’

Minister for Housing and Public Works Bruce Flegg said yesterday forced eviction of Queensland public housing tenants is not – and never was – being considered by the State Government.

Have You Seen These Excavators?

Have You Seen These Excavators?

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate two excavators stolen from a construction site at Esk early this morning.

Relay For Life Team Steps Up

Relay For Life Team Steps Up

Kingaroy businesswoman Cheri Carr has been named the “Face” of the 2012 South Burnett Relay For Life at the official event launch held in Kingaroy on Saturday.

Decision To Axe Fanfare Stuns Parents

Decision To Axe Fanfare Stuns Parents

The decision by the State Government to scrap the Fanfare music competition has locals seeing red.

Woman Dies In Proston Crash

A 25-year-old local woman has died following a single vehicle traffic crash west of Proston last night.

Kumbia Ready For 100th Birthday Party

Kumbia Ready For 100th Birthday Party

The Kumbia Community is counting down the days as its Centenary celebrations draw closer. After nearly 18 months of planning, final preparations are being made for the event which will be held on Saturday, July 28.

Family Grieves For Slain Pets

Family Grieves For Slain Pets

A Kingaroy family is in shock and grief after a second pet dog was killed yesterday by the same dogs that killed another pet just last month.

Selling Your Car? You Need To Know This

Selling Your Car? You Need To Know This

Did you know that when selling a registered vehicle you must obtain and display a Safety Certificate?

SES Volunteers Test Their Skills

SES Volunteers Test Their Skills

Don’t worry if you see a lot of SES volunteers out and about at the weekend, scouring bushland around Kingaroy

Stanwell CEO Confirmed In Role

Stanwell Corporation Chairman Warwick Parer announced yesterday that Acting Chief Executive Officer Richard Van Breda has been officially appointed to the role.

Full Fields For Wondai Races

Full Fields For Wondai Races

The South Burnett Race Club will be holding its second meeting for 2012 at the Wondai race track tomorrow.

Nanango Man Injured By Car

A 62-year-old Nanango man has been flown to a Brisbane hospital with suspected fractures after he was hit by a car in Drayton St, Nanango, last night.

Juniors Head To Wondai For Mini Mod

Juniors Head To Wondai For Mini Mod

It will be a huge weekend for junior rugby league in the South Burnett this week with Wondai Proston JRL hosting their annual Mini Mod Carnival on Saturday.

Stanwell Delivers For Paramedics

Stanwell Delivers For Paramedics

Did you know that on average 150 babies are born every year at Kingaroy Hospital? And that this is the highest number of births per annum for any hospital outside Brisbane?

Annual Concert At Taabinga

The South Burnett Chorale will be holding its annual concert at Taabinga Homestead on Sunday, August 26, at 2:30pm.

NFF Calls For Roll-Over Bars On Quad Bikes

The National Farmers’ Federation has is called for a greater emphasis on quad bike safety to address the ever-increasing number of fatalities on Australian farms.

Junior Soccer At Nanango

Junior Soccer At Nanango

This weekend’s round of junior soccer matches will be played at Nanango NOT in Kingaroy as originally scheduled.

Be A Part Of Tractor Tattoo!

The South Burnett’s September arts spectacular Tractor Tattoo is looking for young performers who’d like to be a part of a one-off musical extravaganza.