SOUTH | CENTRAL AND NORTH
Home News Page 128

News

Man airlifted after being crushed by boat trailer

A man has been airlifted after he was crushed under a boat trailer, in the South Burnett on Friday afternoon. The Sunshine Coast-based RACQ...

A silent illness warrior

‘Ambulant’ is a word deriving from Classical Latin meaning ‘being able to move about and walk’. For Jess Hodgson it is a word of...

Flair with a twist

One of Kingaroy State High School’s most beloved traditions, their annual Flair concert went ahead last week to the delight of students from grades...

Car crash ignites grass fire

BREAKING: Queensland Ambulance Service paramedics are transporting one patient to hospital after a crash 3km north of Nanango. A QAS spokeswoman said they were called...

Butter Factory Park plans get churning

Nanango families rejoiced last week as news the Butter Factory Park is coming to fruition with plans recently released by the South Burnett Regional...

Constable puts kids first

For Samantha Giles, being a police officer is about much more than wearing a badge, it's about giving a voice to the most vulnerable...

Walking for baby Miriam

Anitta Stallwood has never let her disability stop her achieving whatever she has set her heart out to accomplish. Due to Covid the annual Wheel...

GALLERY: St Mary’s seniors dazzle at formal

It was the night of all nights for the St Mary's Catholic College seniors. The boys looked dashing in their suits, while the girls were...

A lifetime of service

When it comes to devoted community members, they don’t get more dedicated than John and Dawn Ogden. The beloved couple have recently been honoured by...

How to “arm” your family against drug abuse

Burnett Today recently caught up with Lyndell Richards, a Family Support Facilitator with Drug ARM, an initiative helping families and regional people struggling with...

Horror film not so ‘scary’

I find it quite hard to review horror movies. They are supposed to be scary, that’s their number one goal, so should that be...

Council debates water standpipe charges

Water standpipe users will pay a lower interim price while South Burnett Regional Council launches a full review of the charges. South Burnett Regional...

Latest

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...