A dozen Murgon State High School students enjoyed an opportunity of a lifetime on Thursday … the chance to make a short film with an Academy Award-winning cinematographer.
A $15,000 grant from the Federal Government will help the Murgon Men’s Shed move ahead with their historic railway display at Murgon.
A special presentation was made at Murgon State High School’s weekly parade on Wednesday to a former staff member who retired recently.
An elderly man was seriously injured when he was trampled by cattle on a private property near Murgon on Monday afternoon.
Police are investigating the theft of power tools in the Murgon area.
Agents yarded 750 in Murgon at Tuesday’s fortnightly sale, with all descriptions of cattle selling to very strong rates.
UPDATE: Alana has has been located safe.
The former officer-in-charge at Murgon Ambulance, Michael Formica, has been honoured with an Australian Bravery Medal for his actions at a house fire.
Murgon police have warned drivers they will be targeting Fatal Five offences this Road Safety Week, including using mobile phones.
Darling Downs Health is reminding local residents that a free Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination clinic will be running in Murgon this week.
Murgon’s annual Music Muster has been cancelled this year due to concerns about the NSW pandemic.
Murgon police officers will be holding another of the popular “Coffee With A Cop” mornings for local residents on August 24.
The recent Farmers Day Out at Murgon has been hailed as a success after the Murgon Show Society received positive feedback from participants.
Fire crews were called to reports of a house fire in Taylor Street East in Murgon early on Friday morning.
Two schools in the Wide Bay electorate will receive grants from the Federal Government’s $30.2 million Local Schools Community Fund.
The Commonwealth Bank has confirmed that trading hours at its Murgon branch will be slashed from October 4.
A Pfizer “super clinic” similar to the one currently operating at Cherbourg will be held in Murgon later this month.
Murgon police are appealing to homeowners to ensure their houses and properties are secure when they’re out, after a number of recent break-and-enters.
The big crowd that turned out at Murgon last Saturday for the Intrust Super Cup game has proven once again that Rugby League is alive and well in the South Burnett.
Farmers have been having a tough time the past few years, battling a drought that has dragged on, changing regulations and then, of course, the pandemic.