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Moreton To Push Ahead With EIS

Moreton To Push Ahead With EIS

Moreton Resources will push ahead on completing an EIS for its proposed Kingaroy coal mine

Trade Delegation Off To Hong Kong

Trade Delegation Off To Hong Kong

TSBE is taking 250 business people to Hong Kong on September 3-7 to build new trade links

Free Workshop For Women Entrepreneurs

Free Workshop For Women Entrepreneurs

Kingaroy will be hosting a free half day workshop for women entrepreneurs on Tuesday, April 4, between 9:30am and 1:00pm.

New Licensed Bistro Is Very Sheik

New Licensed Bistro Is Very Sheik

Country music legend Chad Morgan paid a flying visit to Blackbutt on Sunday afternoon, and a big slice of the town’s business, community and sporting leaders were there to welcome him.

Moreton Tax Bill Still In Limbo

Moreton Tax Bill Still In Limbo

The outcome of an $8.18 million claim by the Australian Taxation Office against Moreton Resources Limited is still in limbo.

Mayor Issues Call For Ideas

Mayor Issues Call For Ideas

The South Burnett’s Economic Development Strategy will be getting an overhaul next month, and the region’s business and development groups have been invited to have a say in the process.

$3 Million Boost To Small Business

$3 Million Boost To Small Business

The State Government has launched a new $3 million grant program to help small businesses develop their skills, tap into expert know-how and grow their business.

Former Mayor Now Wellcamp Ambassador

Former Mayor Now Wellcamp Ambassador

Former South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann is now an honorary ambassador for Wellcamp Airport

Lock The Gate Says Mine<BR> Threatens Water Supplies

Lock The Gate Says Mine
Threatens Water Supplies

The Lock the Gate Alliance has condemned last week’s move to approve Acland Stage 3

Funfest Committee Seeks New Members

Funfest Committee Seeks New Members

Nanango Funfest wants to ease the burden of organising the town’s most successful retail promotion

Moreton Starts Mine Approval Process

Moreton Starts Mine Approval Process

Moreton Resources’ proposal to build a new coal mine near Kingaroy moved a step closer this week

Hong Kong Wine<BR> Guru To Visit Region

Hong Kong Wine
Guru To Visit Region

South Burnett wines will be featured in Hong Kong’s most influential wine magazine in 2017.

Council Tests Market For Pound Street

Council Tests Market For Pound Street

The South Burnett Regional Council is testing the market for its former Pound Street depot site

AGL Offers Neighbours Free Power

AGL Offers Neighbours Free Power

AGL is willing to supply all properties within 2km of the boundaries of its proposed Coopers Gap Wind Farm with a 5kw solar power system to help spread the benefits of the project through the community.

Markets Going Well In New Home

Markets Going Well In New Home

The new home of Kingaroy’s Friendship Markets seems to be suiting market goers and stall holders alike.

Meet & Greets Debut In Nanango

Meet & Greets Debut In Nanango

A recent Meet and Greet for Nanango’s business community seems likely to be the first of many

Proteco To Host Meet’n’Greet

Proteco To Host Meet’n’Greet

The KCCI’s next meet’n’greet will be hosted by Proteco Oils in William Street, Kingaroy

South Burnett Is Wide Bay’s Mining Capital

South Burnett Is Wide Bay’s Mining Capital

The South Burnett is the mining capital of the Wide Bay-Burnett, according to the Queensland Resources Council.

UCG Banned In Queensland

UCG Banned In Queensland

Underground coal gasification (UCG) will be banned in Queensland under legislation introduced in State Parliament on Tuesday.

MP Urges Senate To Pass Backpacker Tax

MP Urges Senate To Pass Backpacker Tax

Federal MP David Littleproud says his electorate of Maranoa – which relies heavily on backpacker labour – has been left in limbo by Labor and cross-benchers in the Senate.

Bank To Close Two Mini-Branches

Bank To Close Two Mini-Branches

Heritage Bank has confirmed rumours it will close its mini-branches in Wondai and Murgon

IGA Goes Nuts For Kingaroy’s Flavour

IGA Goes Nuts For Kingaroy’s Flavour

A new line of peanuts will be appearing on the shelves of Queensland’s IGA supermarkets soon

Jobs Program Working

Jobs Program Working

Almost one in five of the 419 workers hired so far under the State Government’s Back To Work regional jobs package come from the Wide Bay-Burnett.

Moreton Applies For Mining Licence

Moreton Applies For Mining Licence

Moreton Resources subsidiary MRV Tarong Basin Coal has lodged an application for a Mining Licence for its proposed Goodger open cut coal mine.