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VANDALISM SPREE: Obscene graffiti on cars, fences, signs

Obscene graffiti plastered on fences, street signs and cars has infuriated and embarrassed some Kingaroy residents following a brazen attack in the night. As...

COW V CAR: Man rushed to hospital

A man was transported to the Kingaroy Hospital in a stable condition after his vehicle ran into a cow at Coolabunia. A Queensland Ambulance...

GALLERY: Bush spirit brings family fun

Eidsvold stayed true to its motto of 'Country living at its best' last week as the North Burnett town welcomed large crowds for its...

REVEALED: Rate freezes, increases in SBRC budget

Rural ratepayers can expect a slight reprieve this new financial year after the South Burnett Regional Council voted for no rate increases. This will...

CHARGE DISMISSED: Anti-vax QR code ruled free speech

A 43-year-old woman busted sticking an anti-vax QR code in a Wondai pub had a right to freedom of speech, according to a magistrate....

GALLERY: A tasting journey

Cyclists and food-lovers came together for the annual Taste the Trail ride on Saturday 10 July. Starting in Wondai the riders made their way...

PHOTOS: Heal Country recognised in Kingaroy

John Danalis is halfway into his 500 kilometre walking journey to return the 160 kilogram Star of Taroom back to the Traditional Land Owners...

Dialed in for success

For thirty years now, Mundubbera local Gavin Ford has manned the gates and desks at the North Burnett's one-stop shop for mobile phones, tablets...

‘Singing for the soul’: Wooroolin Ladies Choir

Through hardships including drought, flood and disease, the Wooroolin Ladies Choir has played a monumental part in connecting women of the South Burnett through...

A man’s (cattle) world no more

The cattle saleyard has long been a man’s world for most of those who are part of the action, especially the buyers. Years of experience...

GALLERY: Speedway dinner celebrations

The Kingaroy Speedway dinner on Saturday 10 July at SB Care awarded competitors, volunteers, and sponsors from the season. Damien Martoo was the MC for...

The five-minute gardener

When inside tasks are done and dusted, nothing is better than starting the day meandering in the garden. Fresh air, peeping sunshine and the...

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Emerging artists in the spotlight

Kingaroy State High School students welcomed their parents, teachers, friends and fellow art aficionados to the town's art gallery last week to officially open...