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Riders get revved up

As the sun set over the well-worn red dirk track on Sunday, two junior motocross riders couldn’t wipe the smiles off their faces. After a...

Slashing victim speaks out

It was supposed to be just another Thursday night shift at the local bottle shop for 23-year-old Connor Holding. But by the end of the...

Water study reveals “good problem“

The limiting factor for the true success of the agricultural industry in the Burnett is water. This is what principal economist Chris Hewitt said...

Council seek local opinion on half court

North Burnett Regional Council are seeking the community’s feedback regarding the installation of a new Park Half Basketball Court in Gayndah. The sporting project will...

Picking mandarins, not lemons

The North Burnett has become like a second home to backpacking duo Amey and Lars after losing their jobs in Sydney in the wake...

Fans get back into bingo

Bingo lovers came from far and wide for their first meeting back after the regular event had been shut down since March due to...

New opportunities for arts sector after $22M grants announcement

SOUTH Burnett residents involved in the arts sector will have the opportunity to apply for a new grant funding to help get the state's...

Stolen car crashed, boys charged

Police are investigating two stolen vehicles from neighbouring Murgon addresses. A Holden utility was stolen from an address in Murgon and crashed on Saturday,...

Renowned Cherbourg artist showcased in Wondai

History etched into a canvas has the potential to convey stories in ways more powerful than words. This is what Queensland artist Vincent Serico...

The Monto silos and the legend of the three moons

Something truly magical is in the air in Monto right now with locals and travellers alike staring up in awestruck wonder at the region’s...

Budget looks to future

South Burnett Regional Council has stated in their budget they do not want to borrow any money in this current financial year for new...

Overdue recognition

He might be 94-years-old, but Len McLeod of Wondai can still recall his World War II adventures as if he’d just returned home last...

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Burnett’s fight against Covid-19

Burnett residents are lining up to receive their Covid-19 vaccine as Queensland welcomes pop-up vaccination clinics across the State. According to an Australian Government...