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Cherbourg Calls For Change

Cherbourg Calls For Change

Frustration over the number of young people killing themselves – and drug use in the community – spilled over at a public forum held at Cherbourg on Tuesday afternoon.

Grave Day For Pioneer Family

Grave Day For Pioneer Family

Visitors gathered under overcast skies on Sunday afternoon at the Moore-Linville Cemetery to honour a special pioneer of the district.

Demolition To Start Wondai Upgrade

Demolition To Start Wondai Upgrade

The grandstand at Wondai Showgrounds will be demolished soon as the first step in a long-term Council project to carry out a major upgrade of the showgrounds’ facilities.

Your Guide To 2021 Anzac Day

Your Guide To 2021 Anzac Day

Anzac Day falls on a Sunday this year – and the public holiday is Monday – but that’s not stopping all the traditional commemorations occurring on April 25.

Expo Returns With A Burst

Expo Returns With A Burst

Gardeners – obviously suffering Garden Expo withdrawals! – were keen to head back to Wondai at the weekend to make up for lost time.

Free BBQ – And Maybe $500!

Free BBQ – And Maybe $500!

Drought-affected farmers have been invited by Kingaroy Rotary to come along and enjoy a free barbecue in the Kingaroy Town Hall Forecourt next Thursday (April 22).

Bottle Tree Marks A Tragedy

Bottle Tree Marks A Tragedy

Hundreds of motorists would drive past the bottle tree on the corner of Hivesville’s Memorial Park every day, but few would have any idea why that tree is there.

Youngman St Plan Gets Go-Ahead

Youngman St Plan Gets Go-Ahead

A plan to upgrade a 2km section of Kingaroy’s Youngman Street was approved at the South Burnett Regional Council’s Infrastructure standing committee meeting on Wednesday.

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