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They’ll Have A Ball

They’ll Have A Ball

A pair of local “tennis tragics” are all set to pack their bags and head to Brisbane

Failure To Give Way

A mother and her five-year-old son were taken to Kingaroy Hospital for observation after two vehicles collided in Kingaroy yesterday afternoon.

Boost For Show Societies

Boost For Show Societies

Blackbutt, Nanango and the South Burnett (Kingaroy) show societies have received an early Christmas present from the State Government.

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Home Power Generation

Future Forum Tips More<br> Home Power Generation

Australia’s electricity landscape could change significantly in the future, with up to a one-third of consumers not connected to the grid.

No Good News For Rail Trail

No Good News For Rail Trail

The South Burnett Rail Trail project – which aimed to revitalise the former railway land linking Murgon to Kingaroy and turn it into a major tourism drawcard – received another blow this week with confirmation the funding it had been been promised before the Federal Election would not be available.

You’ll End Up In Jail: Youth Warned

You’ll End Up In Jail: Youth Warned

A 17-year-old Nanango man charged with shoplifting made his third appearance before a court in just four months when he appeared in Kingaroy Magistrates Court today.

Man Faces Trial On Assault Charge

Man Faces Trial On Assault Charge

A Nanango man will face trial in the District Court on a date to be fixed on a charge of assault occasioning grievous bodily harm.

Students Compete In
Wonder Of Science

Students Compete In<br> Wonder Of Science

Students from Murgon SHS have gone head-to-head with St Mary’s … all in the name of science

Council Argues Case For More Money

Council Argues Case For More Money

The South Burnett Regional Council met with the Queensland Local Government Grants Commission today in Kingaroy to argue the case for a larger allocation of funding to the region.

State Plans Council Election Reforms

State Plans Council Election Reforms

The State Government is calling for public input into possible changes to the way Council elections are run after concerns were raised following last year’s council polls.

SBJRL 2014 Committee

SBJRL 2014 Committee

The South Burnett Junior Rugby League’s new committee for the 2014 season has been announced.

Blackout In Nanango

Ergon Energy work crews have replaced some equipment that was arcing on the top of an electricity pole near the Nanango netball courts.

Debbie’s Special Christmas Crop

Debbie’s Special Christmas Crop

Many farmers grow seasonal crops, but Debbie Bunker’s harvest is more seasonal than most … her pine trees are grown for just one purpose: Christmas.

Eden Selected For Qld Country

Kingaroy and Wide Bay batsman Anthony Eden has been selected in the Queensland Country squad which will play at the Australian Country Cricket Championships in Canberra next month.

Graduates Embark On A Lifelong Journey

Graduates Embark On A Lifelong Journey

More than 100 graduates from various TAFE courses have been congratulated at the Nurunderi campus

Local Health Initiatives Get Funding

Several South Burnett health programs and providers have received a funding boost from Darling Downs South West Queensland Medicare Local.

Festival Plans Dinner Under The Stars

Festival Plans Dinner Under The Stars

A gala four-course wine and food dinner under the stars will kick off next year’s Wine & Food In The Park Festival.

New Draw For Futsal

The draw has changed for tomorrow night’s Senior Futsal games in Kingaroy (December 5).