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Historic Hall Prepares To Bid Farewell

Historic Hall Prepares To Bid Farewell

A 60-year connection with Kumbia will come to an end soon when the Peace Lutheran Hall moves to a new home on the Sunshine Coast.

Armed Robbers Target Ryke Fuel

Armed Robbers Target Ryke Fuel

Detectives investigating the armed robbery of Ryke Fuel in Kingaroy on Sunday night have released video and images of two people who may be able to help with their inquiries.

Firefighters Protect Gordonbrook Homes

Firefighters Protect Gordonbrook Homes

A fire which broke out on a property adjacent to the Memerambi-Gordonbrook Road on Sunday evening was whipped up by north-easterly winds, pushing it quickly towards homes on Cooleys Road at Gordonbrook.

Did Someone Mention Bacon?

Did Someone Mention Bacon?

Kingaroy’s going pig-crazy at the moment (is there any pink paint left in town?) as the BaconFest weekend of events trots even closer …

Racing Salutes Pioneer Family

Racing Salutes Pioneer Family

Nanango’s pioneer heritage was celebrated alongside the excitement of the first South Burnett meeting of the new racing year on Saturday.

Young Artists Take Over Gallery

Young Artists Take Over Gallery

Young Booie artist Kathleen Gogerly stole the show at the Wondai Art Gallery’s Junior Arts Competition on Friday, taking home the top three awards.

Ratepayers Win Six-Week Extension

Ratepayers Win Six-Week Extension

All South Burnett ratepayers have been given a six-week extension in the discount period for their latest rates notice after agitation by a recently formed ratepayers’ group.

Longest Rail Trail Now Officially Open

Longest Rail Trail Now Officially Open

Australia’s longest continuous hiking, cycling and horse riding rail trail is now a reality with the official completion of the final stage of the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail.

Police Probe Suspicious Fires

Police Probe Suspicious Fires

Police are investigating a string of suspicious fires which occurred at the weekend near Kelvyn Street and Oasis Drive in Kingaroy.

Young Golfers Star On Greens

Young Golfers Star On Greens

Some of Queensland’s best young golfers took over the greens in Kingaroy and Nanango this week for a keenly contested four-day golfing championship.

Young Riders Test Their Skills

Young Riders Test Their Skills

Forty riders from 11 local schools took part in the 2018 South Burnett Equestrian Challenge held at the Kingaroy Showgrounds last week.

Students Take Up Rock Challenge

Students Take Up Rock Challenge

The Maryknoll Centre at Saint Mary’s Catholic College was packed to overflowing on Friday night for the school’s annual celebration of music and dancing, Rock On Stage.

Diners Had A Ball At Relay Dinner

Diners Had A Ball At Relay Dinner

The final figures are still being added up, but with about 300 tickets sold – plus successful auctions – the annual Dinner With The Captains for Relay For Life looks to have been another successful night for the organising team.

Knockout Win For Murgon

Knockout Win For Murgon

Murgon State School has won through to the next round of the NRL’s Development Cup after a thrilling victory against St Mary’s / St Joseph’s Bundaberg in Murgon this week.

Council May Resubmit CBD Proposal

Council May Resubmit CBD Proposal

The South Burnett Regional Council will resubmit its application for a $2 million contribution towards Kingaroy’s CBD upgrade project to the next round of the Building Better Regions fund.

$280,000 To Help Kids On Bail

$280,000 To Help Kids On Bail

Youth Justice Minister Di Farmer travelled to Cherbourg on Wednesday morning to announce a new $280,000 bail support program for the town to help keep local young people charged with offences out of youth detention centres.

Big Weekend For Young Stars

Big Weekend For Young Stars

Hundreds of young rugby league players went home tired but happy at the weekend after another huge – and very successful – Mini Mod rugby league carnival at Wondai.

KCCI Pushes For Start To CBD Upgrade

KCCI Pushes For Start To CBD Upgrade

The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry has urged the South Burnett Regional Council to begin a staged revitalisation of the Kingaroy CBD as soon as possible.

Careers Day Steers Students’ Futures

Careers Day Steers Students’ Futures

Almost 1000 people explored the annual South Burnett Careers Market at TAFE Queensland’s Kingaroy campus on Thursday.

Cherbourg Is A Good News Story

Cherbourg Is A Good News Story

Cherbourg has copped a lot of rubbishing lately … which isn’t fair to the vast majority of the residents of the town or its hard-working local Council.

Tourism’s On Right Track At Yarraman

Tourism’s On Right Track At Yarraman

The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail has an exciting new feature for visitors to explore after the official opening of the Yarraman Railway Station Park Interpretive Centre on Friday.

Kingaroy Joins In NAIDOC Celebrations

Kingaroy Joins In NAIDOC Celebrations

NAIDOC Week can trace its history back to the 1930s … but it’s still just a youngster in Kingaroy.

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