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Reeling in truth after 150 dead fish found in Gayndah

A bleak mass of dead fish washed up on the Burnett River has prompted Gayndah residents to question the safety of their drinking water. Gayndah...

Pool plea sunk

The North Burnett Regional Council's push to keep the region's swimming pools open amid its recently-announced budget woes was rebuffed by Queensland Minister for...

Building bridges: Combat visit to Gayndah

Gayndah's primary school students flocked to the town's aerodrome last week to attend an Army combat engineer regiment's field exercise, getting an in-depth look...

Budget woes laid bare

The North Burnett’s cash reserves are set to run out in 2025 unless Council takes drastic measures to cut down on expenses, the region’s...

MEGA GALLERY: Timber town’s Show a success

Mount Perry invited locals and travelers to its showgrounds over the weekend to take part in the town's 74th annual Country Show, boasting 17...

Budget ‘letdowns’

Colin Boyce has raised his concerns that the funding prioritised for the North Burnett in the 2020-21 Queensland Budget was 'tokenistic'. The State member for...

Changing of St Joseph’s guard

Gayndah's St Joseph's Primary Catholic School held its annual awards night last week, congratulating students and staff for their efforts throughout the year and...

Biggenden streetscape plans revealed

The North Burnett Council has officially approved a comprehensive plan to overhaul and improve Biggenden's main streetscape in the coming years, to the excitement...

Gail Gauld receives history award

Gail Gauld has spent many years researching and documenting the North Burnett’s rich history, and now the proud volunteer of The Brooweena Historical Village...

Stronger Burnett businesses

New partnerships will ensure farm-based and town-based businesses will get the best support possible. Burnett Inland Economic Development Organisation has partnered with the North...

A Burnett walk to remember

After more than three decades of planning, North Burnett residents are relishing the opportunity to try out Gayndah's newest stretch of walkway along the...

Citrus demand sweet on Burnett

A North Burnett mandarin is set to be a popular feature in Asian dishes after funding was secured to build a horticulture export hub....

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History of Ringsfield House

This superb structure was built as a private residence for a Nanango family in 1908. It was designed by Queensland architect Robin Dods...