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‘Nobody cares about me’: Love thy neighbours to help prevent crime

A 'yahoo town' is how 76-year-old Francis describes a South Burnett location after he fell victim to a number of alleged crimes. "I hate...

Different flavour for butcher

Kingaroy's Little Butcher is taking their meat experience to a whole new level with the addition of their Dry Aged Meat cabinet. Clint and...

Positive Cherbourg parents

Cherbourg's Parenting Program is aimed at growing stronger together and is set to educate parents on positive parenting. Following on from two successful rounds...

PHOTOS: Best seats at the game

Rugby league fans went to Murgon last Saturday 17 July for a full day of footy. The spectators were able to watch games from...

Burnett flavours on display

Unveiling some of the region’s best kept food secrets all under one roof is what the Farm 2 Fork Collective is all about. The...

Rotary club gives back

A $40,000 donation for the ALIVE youth suicide prevention program in the South Burnett will make a big impact in young people's lives. ...

500km healing conversation

Aunty Lesley Williams believes the walking return of the Star of Taroom is an inspiring example of 2021 NAIDOC Week's theme of 'Heal Country'....

PHOTOS: A foodie paradise

Wooroolin is now home to a foodie's paradise. A wide range of different products from 25 local producers and growing, can now be found...

Burnett Best…Zander Callaghan

Have you ever wondered what goes on inside the mind of a four-year-old? This week for Burnett's Best we sat down with Zander Callaghan...

Rotary celebrates its year

Kingaroy Rotary Club held its annual awards presentation and gave some exciting donations to different community initiatives last Saturday 17 July. Here are some...

How you can help get a study hub in Kingaroy

Community support for a study hub could help get the facility up and running by February 2023, according to South Burnett Mayor Brett Otto....

Steps for diabetes risk mitigation

In today's society type 2 diabetes is becoming the most common metabolic condition in people in Australia, but more importantly the world. Type 2...

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Op shop donates $1000s to charities

Boots ‘N’ Bulldust Inc has donated some big cash to some worthy causes recently. In July the Op shop at 27 Pound Street Kingaroy, gave...

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