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‘Have A Go’ At Softball

The Burnett Softball Association will be holding a “Have A Go Day” on Saturday (September 14) at the softball grounds in Burnett Street, Nanango.

Spring Concert At Taabinga

The members of the South Burnett Chorale are busy rehearsing for their “Spring Is In the Air” concert which will be held at the Taabinga Homestead Concert Barn on Sunday (September 15).

Job Seekers Help Farmers

Job Seekers Help Farmers

While BlazeAid was getting all the publicity earlier this year, there was another group working away on farms

Choppers Fly Out Injured Riders

Choppers Fly Out Injured Riders

Motor sports have kept the RACQ CareFlight helicopter busy today with two medevacs from different ends of the South Burnett.

How You Voted – Live

How You Voted – Live

The South Burnett voted for representatives in three Federal seats at the election on Saturday, September 7 – and you can see the results for Maranoa, Flynn and Wide Bay direct from the ABC’s National Tally Room by clicking the links.

$89,000 Fine For Illegal Stock Entry

A Victorian couple has been fined a total of $89,000 for bringing cattle into Queensland without complying with entry requirements.

Local Child Workers Play Their Part

Local Child Workers Play Their Part

Local child protection workers have a big part to play in keeping South Burnett families safe, and their roles were recognised at the South Burnett Child Protection Week Awards held on Wednesday night in Kingaroy.

Road Levy Revolt ‘Unlikely’

Road Levy Revolt ‘Unlikely’

South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann believes that talk about a proposed “road levy revolt” being advocated by some disgruntled residents on Facebook seems unlikely.

Autopsies Fail To Identify
Cause Of Cattle Deaths

Autopsies Fail To Identify<br> Cause Of Cattle Deaths

Biosecurity Queensland has confirmed it is investigating the mysterious deaths of cattle on several properties in the South Burnett.

Springtime Feted

Springtime Feted

In ancient times, celebrations were held all across the world to mark the departure of Winter and the arrival of Spring.

Redbacks, Panthers In Grand Final

Redbacks, Panthers In Grand Final

The semi-finals of the Cadets division of the South Burnett Junior Soccer competition were played in Kingaroy on Thursday evening with the Kingaroy Redbacks and the Nanango Panthers earning a place in Saturday’s Grand Final.

Spots Concert At Nanango State High

Nanango State High School students will be performing their 6th annual Spots Concert – “Carnival Under The Big Top” – at the Nanango State High School community hall in Elk Street, Nanango at 6:00pm on Friday, September 6.

Take A Tour Inside A Winery

Take A Tour Inside A Winery

If you’ve ever wondered how grapes get turned into wine, you can have all your questions answered at one of the South Burnett’s leading wineries during the October long weekend.

Nominations Sought for RADF

The South Burnett Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) Committee is inviting applications for membership of the committee.

Double Visit At Cherbourg

Double Visit At Cherbourg

Cherbourg played host to a visit from two very different special guests on Tuesday

Footballing Family Kicking Goals

Footballing Family Kicking Goals

St Mary’s Catholic College students Alex and Cassie Firman are kicking goals everywhere they go.

Gardening Guru At Blackbutt

Gardening Guru At Blackbutt

Toowoomba gardening guru Brian Sams will be a special guest presenter at this weekend’s Bloomin’ Beautiful Blackbutt

A Big Thank You From Rotary

A Big Thank You From Rotary

Former Tingoora peanut grower Cobby Nielsen is the latest recipient of the Kingaroy Rotary Club’s “Pride of Workmanship” award.

MPs Urge Mediation In Peanut Dispute

MPs Urge Mediation In Peanut Dispute

An ongoing dispute between the three largest players in the peanut industry – the Peanut Company of Australia, Crumptons Interstate and Clifton Trading – may be close to resolution following talks brokered this week

$3m More In BJD Aid

$3m More In BJD Aid

The State Government will provide up to $3 million in additional support for beef producers hit by Bovine Johne’s Disease (BJD).