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Semi-trailer fire north of Nanango extinguished

A semi-trailer fire on the Burnett Highway near Wyalla has been put out. A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokeswoman said four crews responded to...

BURNETT JOB BOOST: Census comes to town

The Burnett region will see an interim job boost of 98 positions as the ABS census is rolled out across the country. Census Executive...

High tea for top Mums

Saint Mary's hospitality students cooked up a storm with a selection of sweet and savoury treats to say 'thank you' to their mothers and...

Alleged home invader threatens elderly couple

A Mundubbera man is scheduled to face Gayndah court after being arrested this morning, following an alleged attempted home invasion on an elderly couple...

Woman allegedly kicks, bites police officers

Kingaroy police will allege that a woman assaulted four officers by kicking, punching, spitting and biting them. This was when they attempted to make...

GALLERY: Goomeri Pumpkin Festival 2021

The Goomeri Pumpkin Festival celebrated 25 years, with a mammoth weekend that saw musicians, food trucks, market stalls, and pumpkin sports come together. Visitors from...

‘It’s disgusting’: Used needle incident at Burnett school

Ten students were victims of an incident involving a used blood test kit at Murgon State High School on Monday, 31 May. The Department...

Hemp success is the Burnett

The Black brothers only started growing hemp at their South Burnett property in March 2021, but are already reaping the benefits of the ‘wonder...

In harmony for mental health

Kingaroy’s rugby league community has raised $4500 for mental health following the loss of one of their own young members to suicide. On Saturday,...

Honouring one hundred years of service

Residents of the Wide Bay- and Burnett regions gathered in Broweena on Saturday 22 May to commemorate the centenary of a historical bridge honouring...

Inclusive carriage ride brings joy

Corby Cunnington and her group of loyal riders have become well known around Nanango as they tour the town every Thursday morning riding in...

Cherbourg radio close the gap

Cherbourg Radio has earnt a place on the Queensland First Nations Media Coalition (QFNMC), launched to address Close the Gap targets and provide a...

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A classic day of races at Nanango

Plenty of eager punters and socialites headed to the Nanango races on Saturday, 6 August. The dress theme was classic racewear and a great many...