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A Big Day For Nanango

A Big Day For Nanango

Nanango travelled to Kingaroy on Saturday to take on Wests for the first time this season

Saints Off To A Winning Start

Saints Off To A Winning Start

The South Burnett Saints have taken home the points in their clash against the Highfields Lions this afternoon – their first match in the 2014 Darling Downs Australian Rules competition.

Gallery Blooms For Expo

Gallery Blooms For Expo

The drought hasn’t dried up enthusiasm for the Wondai Regional Art Gallery’s annual Garden Expo Art competition.

Dinner Welcomes New Team

Dinner Welcomes New Team

The Quota Club of Kingaroy held its annual changeover dinner on Friday evening

New Chef Brings An International Flavour

New Chef Brings An International Flavour

Maidenwell Hotel’s new chef Dallas Tacey has practised his art all over Australia, in Europe, in America and in Thailand; his dream was to open a “Modern Australian Fusion” restaurant in Denmark. But then he met a woman …

MP Praises Cherbourg TV Campaign

MP Praises Cherbourg TV Campaign

The TV ads made by Cherbourg and South Burnett children to encourage parents to send them to school every day has won high praise from around the country.

$34m To Improve Satellite Broadband

$34m To Improve Satellite Broadband

Federal Member for Wide Bay and Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss said today NBN Co will invest more than $34 million to upgrade its Interim Satellite Service and extend commercial satellite services to rural areas.

Leo Honoured By Rotary

Leo Honoured By Rotary

Murgon businessman Leo Geraghty was presented with the Paul Harris Fellow award this week

Students Exercise Their Skills

Students Exercise Their Skills

Kingaroy State High School students – and teachers – have no excuse not to keep fit with the official opening of new fitness equipment in the school grounds on Thursday.

Million Paws Opens Doors

Million Paws Opens Doors

The Million Paws Walk – RSPCA Qld’s largest fundraising event – will be bigger than ever in 2014

Kate Represents Lions In Gladstone

Kate Represents Lions In Gladstone

Kingaroy State High School student Kate McCormack represented the Kingaroy Lions Club and the local region at the District Finals of the Lions Youth of the Year competition held in Gladstone on March 29.

Watch Out For Parthenium

Watch Out For Parthenium

South Burnett landholders are being urged to keep an eye out for parthenium, especially along river banks and on flood plains, after seed was potentially spread during last year’s floods.

$600 Fine For Mobile Phone Crash

$600 Fine For Mobile Phone Crash

A woman whose car ran off the road at Memerambi on March 1 was fined $600 in Kingaroy Magistrates Court this morning after she pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention.

Man Charged After Raid

Man Charged After Raid

Police will charge a 33-year-old Spring Hill man with a number of drug offences following a raid by Kingaroy detectives on a property at Parsons Road, Nanango, at 11:40am today.

Premier Pinpoints Sites For Dams

Premier Pinpoints Sites For Dams

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has stressed no decision has been made yet by the State Government to build any or all of the proposed dams announced yesterday by Premier Campbell Newman.

New Farming Skills Take Root

New Farming Skills Take Root

A second group of Federal Government-funded trainees are at the midway point of their eight-week training at Growing The Burnett’s Red Earth Meadows farm at Memerambi.

Council To Survey Ratepayers

Council To Survey Ratepayers

South Burnett Regional Council plans to survey ratepayers about scrapping quarterly rates notices in favour of half-yearly bills, and introducing new methods to make payments easier.