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Wind Farm Opening Pushed Back

Wind Farm Opening Pushed Back

Coopers Gap Wind Farm’s completion date has been extended by almost a year due to problems getting turbine components from the Port of Brisbane to the construction site.

Proston Pulls Together For Show

Proston Pulls Together For Show

The 61st annual Proston Show was another celebration of everything that’s good about life in a country town … a community pulling together to make things happen

Wine, Food & Fun In The Park

Wine, Food & Fun In The Park

It’s a simple idea … wine and food in a park but it’s proved to be a winning formula in Kingaroy for the past 20 years.

Round-Up Attracts Hundreds To Kingaroy

Round-Up Attracts Hundreds To Kingaroy

The Red Ant Round-Up attracted about 240 people – including more than 150 health professionals – to Kingaroy at the weekend.

Bonus Fun At Wine & Food!

Bonus Fun At Wine & Food!

Guests at this year’s Wine and Food In The Park festival will get a bonus with their wristband on Saturday … a free ticket in a special festival prize draw.

Gympie To Follow South Burnett’s Path?

Gympie To Follow South Burnett’s Path?

Gympie Regional Council has been urged to follow the South Burnett’s lead in the way it handles rural roads.

Fundraising Barbecue Beyond Expectations

Fundraising Barbecue Beyond Expectations

More than 600 eggs, who knows how much bacon and not enough bread … by any measure the “Beyond the Boundary” fundraising barbecue was a big success in Kingaroy on Wednesday morning.

Dashing Night For Sashing

Dashing Night For Sashing

Murgon residents gathered on Saturday night for the announcement of the 2019 Miss Showgirl … and to dance the night away.

Merry Weekend For Soccer Fans

Merry Weekend For Soccer Fans

Tom Alford Oval was a sea of colour and action last weekend with 32 teams chasing glory in Kingaroy Senior Soccer Club’s annual Soccer Sevens carnival.

Wayne Explains His Business World

Wayne Explains His Business World

Customer service is the key to business success … that’s the message that Wayne’s World founder Wayne Clark shared with about 65 members of the Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Tuesday night.

Neville Bows Out At Cooyar

Neville Bows Out At Cooyar

The 70th annual Cooyar Show was opened on Saturday afternoon by long-time campdraft caller and show stalwart Neville McNalty.

Council Cash Backs Dam Festival

Council Cash Backs Dam Festival

The South Burnett will get a new fishing competition this year despite concerns it might undermine already successful events run by community groups.

$1m Project To Monitor Cherbourg Streets

$1m Project To Monitor Cherbourg Streets

Almost a million dollars will be spent by the Federal Government to install CCTV cameras near key locations in Cherbourg.

Mystery Clouds Solar Farm Vote

Mystery Clouds Solar Farm Vote

South Burnett councillors have voted on the next step in legal proceedings involving Terrain Solar but no one is willing to state publicly exactly what that next step is.

Team Ironpot Works Its Magic Again

Team Ironpot Works Its Magic Again

Steak, lobsters, prawns, oysters and cold beer … what more could anyone want after a hot summer’s day in the South Burnett?

Calls Grow For Coles Boycott

Calls Grow For Coles Boycott

Coolabunia dairy farmer Damien Tessmann has joined a chorus of rural voices calling for a boycott of Coles supermarkets.

Jockeys And Racegoers In The Pink

Jockeys And Racegoers In The Pink

It was a special day for the ladies at Nanango’s Lee Park racetrack on Saturday … there was a sea of pink in the stands for Valentine’s Day and women also starred on the track.

Harry Nurtures His Love Of Nature

Harry Nurtures His Love Of Nature

On the outskirts of Kingaroy there’s an amazing garden full of rare plants, and an amazing man who knows all about them.

Legendary Day Of Family Fun

Legendary Day Of Family Fun

Cherbourg’s big day of rugby league last Saturday was jam-packed with famous faces, football action and, most importantly, lots of family fun.

Moreton Defends Cash Flow Query

Moreton Defends Cash Flow Query

Moreton Resources – the company aiming to develop a coal mine on the outskirts of Kingaroy – has been quizzed by the ASX about its negative cash flows.

Dark Skies Hang Over Bunyas

Dark Skies Hang Over Bunyas

A meeting called on Sunday to clear the air over a proposed nomination of the Bunya Mountains as an “International Dark Sky Place” appears to have left the local community as divided as before.

Yellowbelly Lures Thousands To Lake

Yellowbelly Lures Thousands To Lake

Water levels and registration numbers may have taken a small dip at this year’s Lake Boondooma Yellowbelly Fishing Competition but organisers were still delighted with the weekend’s turnout.

Builders Shortlisted For Hospital

Builders Shortlisted For Hospital

Seven construction companies have been shortlisted to build the new $73.9 million Kingaroy Hospital.

Countdown To Historic League Clash

Countdown To Historic League Clash

Excitement is building for Saturday’s action-packed day of rugby league action – and a huge dose of NRL nostalgia – at Jack O’Chin Oval in Cherbourg.