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Tarong Named As Nuclear Site

Tarong Named As Nuclear Site

Tarong is one of the seven sites proposed by the Federal Coalition to house nuclear power generators.

Business Is Booming In Murgon

Business Is Booming In Murgon

Do you know where the largest network of Helloworld Travel agencies in Australia and New Zealand is based? Most people would be surprised by the answer: Murgon!

Pop-Up On The Move

Pop-Up On The Move

Nanango’s pop-up Containers For Change depot has shifted across the road, making life easier for both customers and employees of the recycling facility.

Wondai Joins In Winter Craft

Wondai Joins In Winter Craft

Winter seems to be the time for crafts in the South Burnett’s art world … and Wondai Regional Art Gallery has joined in the fun this month.

‘Not One Cent’ On Borumba: LNP

‘Not One Cent’ On Borumba: LNP

The Nationals have vowed not one cent of Commonwealth money will be spent on the Borumba Dam pumped hydro project if the Coalition wins power at the next Federal Election.

Olivia’s Chasing Her Dreams

Olivia’s Chasing Her Dreams

A desire to make a positive impact in the world has helped former Kingaroy State High School captain Olivia Eriksen pursue her nursing career with passion.

Winter Brings Craft To Gallery

Winter Brings Craft To Gallery

Interested in pottery or perhaps mosaics? Print-making or macrame? Or maybe making a terrarium is more your style … then the Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery is the place to explore over the next two months.

Stud Dogs Go Under The Hammer

Stud Dogs Go Under The Hammer

Blackbutt farmer Peter Austin and his wife Kate are selling the results of a lifetime of breeding prized working dogs to turn their hands to avocados.

Campaign To Support Local News

Campaign To Support Local News

The Local & Independent News Association (LINA) has launched a nationwide campaign aimed at growing diverse, community focussed voices in Australia’s embattled media landscape.

Centenary Draft Salutes Local Legend

Centenary Draft Salutes Local Legend

After being washed out earlier this year, the Kumbia Charity Centenary Campdraft finally went ahead last weekend in a big weekend for the club … and for another local legend, retired butcher Brian Lenihan.

MP Calls For Release Of Callide Report

MP Calls For Release Of Callide Report

Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has again called for the release of a report into an incident three years ago at Callide Power Station which led to widespread blackouts in Queensland.

Playground Project Gets Go-Ahead

Playground Project Gets Go-Ahead

South Burnett Regional Council will proceed with the construction of a multipurpose sports court and ninja playground in Kingaroy’s Memorial Park despite a $400,000 blow-out in the project’s cost.

Kewpie To Host Special Field Day

Kewpie To Host Special Field Day

Country music singer – and 4SB personality – Larry Cann will be the special guest at Kewpie Stockfeeds’ special Rural Industry Field Day in Kingaroy on Thursday.