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PHOTOS: Kingaroy explores Christmas markets

A trombone quartet welcomed people with some festive music as they entered the Kingaroy Christmas markets. The brass take on the Christmas carols could...

Beat the summer heat in your garden

Over the last few weeks we’ve all felt the heat creeping in. While there are a few things we can do for our gardens...

Fatman: A pretty good film

Due to COVID many of this year’s big releases have been consistently pushed back, meaning that I have rarely been truly excited to see...

Serious about Salvias

Salvias are a diverse, multipurpose, and colourful group of plants. No Subtropical or warm climate cottage garden is complete without a salvia. Furthermore, if...

Burnett’s Best with Leo Geraghty

This week the Burnett Today team had the pleasure of catching up with proud Murgon community member, business owner and family man, Leo Geraghty....

Davey honoured as ANZAC of the Year

Anzac of the Year recipient Don Davey finally received his award after a long delay. RSL Queensland State President Tony Ferris gave Mr Davey...

‘Lock up’: Police issue warning after break and enters

Burnett police are warning residents to ensure their homes are locked and secure, after an elderly couple had to confront an intruder in their...

Mooore money for ag

Kingaroy State High School's agricultural department are thrilled to secure $1.6 million in funding over three years to upgrade their agriculture and animal husbandry...

New scheme to address rental crisis

While other states continue to battle the dreaded second and third waves of the virus, the aftermath of Covid-19 in Queensland has seen an...

Spanish chef to headline BaconFest

Kingaroy BaconFest will take on a Spanish flavour for 2021 now that their headline chef has been secured. Australia's favourite Spanish Chef, Miguel Maestre...

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...

Burnett’s Best with Maggie Livett

Many of us could learn from someone younger than us if we take the time to listen. Maggie Livett is particularly fond of animals...

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Future lights up for Blackbutt Gallery

Blackbutt Art Gallery is one of four successful Maranoa groups in the community arts sector to receive a boost. Community museums, galleries and historical...