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The tougher the better

One of the toughest little shrubs for planting in the garden or in pots is midyim/midgen berry, also known as Austromyrtus. This small, native,...

Heidi runs for Div 4

Kingaroy businesswoman, passionate community member and mother of four, Heidi Westbrook has announced her candidacy for South Burnett Regional Councillor's Division 4 in the...

Girls in cricket

Abby Burrows from Kingaroy has played for the last four years at Nanango. She is one of two girls on the team, and one...

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Sport

Sippel set for second finals win

Kingaroy's Courtney Sippel is aiming for her second Women's National Cricket League trophy as Queensland Fire face defending champions Tasmanian Tigers in the competition's...

Nanango Scorpions beat Kingaroy Blues by a hair

Nanango Scorpions defeated Kingaroy Services Blues by one wicket The Kingaroy Services Blues batted first with 217 runs all out. Timothy Blanch did an amazing...

Burnett bungle Goodchild grand final

The South Burnett Cricket club could not realise their dream of a back-to-back Goodchild Shield victory against Bundaberg, falling to the visiting side by...

Pickleball comes to the court

The South Burnett may soon have a new exciting sport on offer, with local tennis coaches Brad and Kieran Boynton looking to branch out...

7 a-side a success

Local lads, the Mundubbera Royal Hotel team, claimed the Bottom Pub Cup title on home turf. The Mundubbera Seven A Side 2024 carnival, which...

Nanango win big at regionals

The Nanango Little Athletics club racked up a number of podium placements during a regional championship event on the Sunshine Coast over the weekend. A...

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Community News

Bible Exhibition in Biggenden

About the Bible Exhibition The Bible Exhibition is designed to be an educational event and to passively promote the Bible in a friendly and welcoming...

Looking for a brighter day

We can all do our part to help make a Brighter Day. Next Friday, 23 February, is Brighter Day, a chance to be bold...

Rise in Ross River virus

Queenslanders are being urged to be extra vigilant against mosquitos after a significant rise in Ross River virus cases has been observed. Queensland Health...

Emergency repairs shut down power at Blackbutt

A forced power outage by Ergon north of Blackbutt this afternoon has left over a hundred South Burnett residents without electricity. A spokesperson for the...

Curtain Call makes first appearance

There is a new theatre group in Nanango – not in competition with the long established Nanango Theatre Company who have consistently presented well...

Treasurer farewelled

After serving as the Kingaroy Hospital Auxiliary Inc. treasurer for seven years, Peter Mortimer will be leaving the role as he is moving away. Auxiliary...

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Teddy gets the gift of music

A Kingaroy student will get to live out his love for music thanks to a generous donation by South Burnett Music Awards organiser Warren...

Candidates make their pitch

Over a dozen South Burnett council candidates faced the public on Monday night, putting forward their cases for election to a packed hall of...

Council candidates look to serve from afar

Council candidates across the South and North Burnett regions are running in divisions they do not live in themselves, a look at the electoral...

Moira calls for change in council

No one knows the Biggenden area better than long-time local Moira Thompson - and now, the experienced tour guide, historian, community member and organiser...

Brooklands man bitten by snake

Queensland Ambulance Service transported a Brooklands man, in his 40s, to Kingaroy Hospital in a stable condition after a reported snake bite incident. The man...

Next step for region’s rubbish

Six councils in the greater Wide Bay area, including the North and South Burnett Regional Councils and Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council, have collaborated on...