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Teenager ‘Bit And Kicked’ Police

Teenager ‘Bit And Kicked’ Police

A 16-year-old girl kept Kingaroy Police busy last Wednesday after being allegedly involved in two separate incidents.

Vandals Scrawl On War Memorial

Vandals Scrawl On War Memorial

A 15-year-old Kingaroy girl and 14-year-old Kingaroy boy will appear in Kingaroy Children’s Court later this month charged with wilful damage following a police investigation into graffiti scrawled on the Kingaroy War Memorial.

Wild Horse Plans Christmas Special

Wild Horse Plans Christmas Special

Wild Horse FM at Yarraman is preparing a special treat for listeners on Christmas Day, a program of music built around Greg and Laura Doolan’s latest album “Christmas Miracle”.

Council Looks At Levers Road Options

Repairs to Levers Road at Tablelands could cost close to 10 per cent of the South Burnett Regional Council’s annual budget, a public meeting at Tablelands Hall was told on Friday.

A Roaring Day Out At The Races

A Roaring Day Out At The Races

The clock was turned back to the 1920s at Nanango Races on Saturday with flapper dresses and pearls in abundance, and even a top hat or two.

Touch Footy Grand Finals

The Kingaroy Touch Association will be holding its 2013 Grand Finals at Lyle Vidler Oval in Youngman Street, Kingaroy from 5:30pm on Monday, December 2.

U10s Wide Bay Champions

U10s Wide Bay Champions

The Kingaroy Koalas Under 10 Boys touch football team has come out on top at the recent Wide Bay Carnival at Childers

Trees Raise Funds For Chaplaincy

Trees Raise Funds For Chaplaincy

The Nanango Cultural Centre has been brimming with tinsel, trees and Christmas spirit for the past few days as a fundraiser for the local school chaplaincy program.

South Burnett Bowls News: 30-Nov-13

South Burnett Bowls News: 30-Nov-13

There’s been plenty happening around the district this last week, as well some party times with many social bowlers not wanting to know their scores – and I don’t blame them.

It’s That Time Of Year Again …

It’s That Time Of Year Again …

It’s almost December and it’s definitely beginning to look a lot like Christmas around the South Burnett.

We’re Ready For Anything!

We’re Ready For Anything!

Thirty young indigenous men and women from the South Burnett are all set for a bright future

Button Declared Winner

Button Declared Winner

The result of the by-election to fill a vacant position on Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council has been declared.

‘Privatisation By Stealth’: Union

‘Privatisation By Stealth’: Union

The Electrical Trades Union has accused the State Government of lying over asset sales, saying up to $60 million of assets belonging to Ergon Energy are on the market.

Grants Available To Mark Centenary

Grants Available To Mark Centenary

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington is encouraging community groups to apply for funding announced this week for events and projects to mark the centenary of the World War I.

Council Sponsors ‘Shop Local’ Campaign

Council Sponsors ‘Shop Local’ Campaign

The South Burnett Regional Council will sponsor a “Shop Local” campaign for the South Burnett’s retail businesses this Christmas in an effort to boost the region’s economy.

Futsal Results – November 28

Results from futsal games played in Kingaroy on November 28.

Scholarship Offered To
Indigenous Uni Graduates

Indigenous university graduates aiming for a professional qualification in Law have the unique opportunity to further their education at a prestigious Melbourne university in 2014, with the introduction of a new scholarship package.