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Twilight markets to twinkle this Sunday

This Sunday afternoon Moffatdale will come alive as the first Moffatdale Boutique Twilight Markets take place, boasting 60 beautiful stalls full of fabulous festive...

On-air auction helps hit $50k goal

Despite 2020 presenting a number of difficult setbacks the wider South Burnett community have been smashing their goals when it comes to this year's...

Signs of improvement for Eidsvold museum

Visitors to Eidsvold's museum complex will once again be able to receive crucial information about current events and opening times, thanks to a range...

Biggenden streetscape plans revealed

The North Burnett Council has officially approved a comprehensive plan to overhaul and improve Biggenden's main streetscape in the coming years, to the excitement...

Gail Gauld receives history award

Gail Gauld has spent many years researching and documenting the North Burnett’s rich history, and now the proud volunteer of The Brooweena Historical Village...

Stronger Burnett businesses

New partnerships will ensure farm-based and town-based businesses will get the best support possible. Burnett Inland Economic Development Organisation has partnered with the North...

Best caramel slice you will ever make

This week's Country Kitchen was supplied by Rosie Pyke. She's a teacher at Kingaroy State High School and oh boy, she can bake! Here's...

Burnett’s Best with Jess Elford

This week we had the pleasure of catching up with the talented Kingaroy illustrator and brand new author, Jess Elford who has just published...

Bounty in the garden

Harvesting herbs and produce straight from our garden destined for our plates is one of those completely satisfying gardening activities. It goes with out saying...

Covid offers hope for those with Chronic Fatigue

In this week's Regional Health article local author and long-time Chronic Fatigue Syndrome sufferer, Kate Rouse discusses how Covid is helping remove the stigma...

From Disney princesses to published author

It's not every day you meet a talented artist, author and fairy Godmother in training but Burnett Today had the pleasure of interviewing Jessica...

Biggenden’s Book Week fun

Biggenden' State School played host to a wide variety of costumes as part of the annual Book Week festivities. The theme for this year, "Curious...

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North’s first bub of 2022

On the 4th January 2022 in Bundaberg Base Hospital, a little bundle of joy was born into the world. Jeremy Daniel James Banister-O’Sullivan was born...