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Learn To Cook Jamie Oliver-Style

Learn To Cook Jamie Oliver-Style

Bookings have opened for cooking classes at super chef Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen

Rural Red Tape Slashed

Rural Red Tape Slashed

Agriculture Minister John McVeigh has introduced into Parliament legislation to cut red tape in Queensland agriculture.

Submission ‘Not Possible’: Bus Company

Submission ‘Not Possible’: Bus Company

Brisbane Bus Lines has responded to reports about its failure to make a submission to a government review earlier this year, saying it only covered existing funded or contracted bus services.

Truck Driver Injured In Rollover

Truck Driver Injured In Rollover

A truck driver has been airlifted to hospital with fractures after a B-double was involved in a single-vehicle accident this morning 5km east of Chinchilla.

Murgon Urged To Get Ready

Murgon Urged To Get Ready

The South Burnett’s “Get Ready For Summer” program visited Murgon on Friday morning with the aim of building awareness and resilience in the local community.

Open Orchestra Evening

The South Burnett Community Orchestra will be holding an Open Orchestra Evening at the Uniting Church Hall in Alford Street, Kingaroy from 6:00pm to 8:30pm on Wednesday, November 20.

TV Ambush ‘Un-Australian’

TV Ambush ‘Un-Australian’

South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann has slammed as “un-Australian” the ambushing of a council staff member on his way to work by an A Current Affair TV crew.

Don’t Leave It Too Late To Nominate!

Nominations for the South Burnett’s annual Australia Day awards close on December 2 … but it seems everyone is leaving it (again) to the last minute.

Green To Turn Pink

Green To Turn Pink

Local Greens spokesman Grant Newson is planning a “pink” protest at Nanango’s Christmas Markets next month against the State Government’s anti-bikie crackdown.

$1.4m Grant For Sewerage Upgrade

$1.4m Grant For Sewerage Upgrade

The South Burnett has gained another $1.4 million from the State Government, this time for sewers

AgForce Flavour At NFF

AgForce has welcomed the new National Farmers’ Federation Board, appointed this afternoon at the 2013 NFF Annual General Meeting, and says it looks forward to working closely with the group for the progression of agriculture in Queensland.

Woman Bitten By Dog

A woman has been treated in hospital for injuries to her arms and legs after she was bitten by a dog while walking along a Kingaroy footpath.

LNG Provides Glimmer Of Hope

The processing of liquid natural gas in Queensland for export could become a trigger for Stanwell to fire up one or both of its mothballed power generating units at Tarong Power Station.

Alcohol Incidents Prompt Warning

Alcohol Incidents Prompt Warning

Alcohol-related incidents in Kingaroy have prompted police to issue a timely warning about over-indulgence in the lead-up to Christmas.

Centenary Celebration Takes The Cake

Centenary Celebration Takes The Cake

Wheatlands State School marked its centenary on Saturday with a celebration that attracted more people than the tiny rural school would have ever seen on one day.

B There Or B Square

A Trivia Night will be held at the Blackbutt Memorial Hall from 7:00pm on Friday as a fundraiser for the 2014 Bloomin’ Beautiful Blackbutt Festival.

Kingaroy Tests Online Booking

Kingaroy Tests Online Booking

The Kingaroy Visitor Information Centre is one of just four across Queensland which are taking part in a special trial of online accommodation booking software.