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Cattleman donates big to life-saving service

The South Burnett Livestock Exchange selling community has rallied behind a Murgon cattle producer, who after surviving life-threatening injuries during an on-farm accident, vowed...

Data proves Queensland tree numbers are growing

During the past 20 years vegetation management laws in Queensland have been radically amended more than 40 times – on average, that’s more than...

Mundubbera’s changemakers

Mundubbera State School students have been busy collecting recyclables in an effort to clean up the environment and raise funds since 2019. Their efforts with...

Burnett to Band Together

Five talented musical groups will be heading to the big stage for the South Burnett's very own regional music festival. 'Burnett Bands Together' will...

Volunteer’s half-century milestone

A Murgon community hero was recently recognised for half a century of volunteering work for his local ambulance committee at a Darling Downs Hospital...

School leavers bursary now open

Member for Nanango, Deb Frecklington, has announced that Round Three of her Nanango Electorate ‘Year 12 School Leavers Bursary' is now open. Ms Frecklington said...

OPINION: Boyce on water security

It’s true, we live in a sunburnt country, a land of sweeping plains of rugged mountain ranges of droughts and flooding rains. Right now,...

Collaboration brings powerful mural

A powerful new mural at Mundubbera State School's Performing Arts Block has encapsulated the roots of the town with paintbrush precision. Principal, Peter Townsend, said...

Burnett town’s wettest November in 110 years

Mundubbera has recorded its wettest November in over a century this year. The North Burnett town was one of many Queensland towns that smashed...

Council tackles major shake-ups

The North Burnett Regional Council’s monthly general meeting in November saw sweeping changes introduced to the local government organisation, including major shake-ups in its...

DOG ATTACK: Man, woman airlifted

A man and a woman were airlifted in serious conditions resulting from injuries from a dog attack on a property in the North Burnett....

Council CEO calls it quits

The leadership of the North Burnett Regional Council has been dealt another heavy blow, with CEO Rachel Cooper announcing her resignation following news of...

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Cattleman donates big to life-saving service

The South Burnett Livestock Exchange selling community has rallied behind a Murgon cattle producer, who after surviving life-threatening injuries during an on-farm accident, vowed...