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Qld border pass deception: Health minister names Burnett town

As the Palaszczuk Government announced the closure of Queensland borders this Saturday, new information regarding an unknown number of South Burnett residents lying on...

Mountains bikers set to make history at Wondai

In preparation for the South Burnett Mountain Bike Club’s event this coming weekend, organisers took to the tracks for an early spin on Sunday...

Rural Aid gives Burnett town a long-awaited makeover

A Burnett town has undergone a long-awaited transformation after 40 Rural Aid Community Support volunteers took to the streets with their paint brushes. Gayndah welcomed...

Far flung bowlers win big

Players from over half a dozen towns in Queensland and New South Wales flocked to Gayndah's bowls club last weekend to test their mettle...

Woman trapped in caravan

Emergency crews are working to free a woman who has become trapped after a caravan rollover. The woman in her 60s became trapped after...

Crowds flock to Nanango Markets for first event post virus

It was hard to snag a car park as huge crowds flocked to the Nanango Markets. Community members browsed around the well-loved event after a...

Major $24 million industry expansion underway as family business booms

For the past two years the team at Proteco Oils has been conceptualising the master plan for its $24 million expansion. Owner and managing director...

2020 local election campaign costs revealed

In what may have been one of the costliest campaign periods in Burnett history, the Burnett Today can now report how much several Burnett...

Mates tackle first marathon together

The best mates lay on the grass after the finish line, exhausted after running their first marathon together. Tackling his first marathon was a big...

Runners delight in country challenge

On and off the track at the 2020 Wondai Country Running Festival

Netballers ready net go for comp

There was excitement on the Kingaroy netball courts as players remembered their passes and pivots after a long break. The footwork and shooting came...

Path of success for Murgon

Murgon's long-awaited footpath is starting to take shape, now that all major concreting works for the project have been completed. South Burnett Mayor Brett...

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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...