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Kingaroy Transformation Project gets started

The initial works for the Kingaroy Transformation Project are in full swing across the town's CBD. South Burnett Regional Council were pleased to announce the...

Thank you for your saleyard service Rob

Long-time saleyard stalwart Robert Ogle has decided to slow down slightly after 44 years of working in various saleyards around Monto. Robert can now...

Oakey superstar heads south

PRECEDE Racing enthusiast Keith Kratzmann shares part two of his reflections on the great Queensland galloper, Bernborough. After his sensational Doomben wins and weight carrying...

Lynda’s journey back to her roots

For Kingaroy woman Lynda Lange, the journey back to her roots started with a memoir and has resulted in the planning of a month-long...

Burnett’s Best with Abigail Andersson

We caught up with the effervescent Abigail Andersson for Burnett Best at the Australia Day Awards in Wondai this week. Abigail was nominated for...

Person in stable condition after fall from push bike

A person is suffering rib and back pain after falling off a push bike near Faulkners Road, Booie. A Queensland Ambulance spokeswoman said the...

First sale smashes expectations

Eidsvold’s sale yards improved on their 2020 auction records at the North Burnett’s first sales event of the year earlier this month, hosting dozens...

Councillor misconduct claims referred to minister

Alleged councillor misconduct has been referred to the Local Government Minister’s office after six out of seven councillors declared a conflict of interest. Councillors Danita...

The benefits of bees

Troi from Troibox Native Bee Hive Apiary became fascinated with bees after purchasing a hive to pollinate his garden in 2012. Troi and his partner...

Community rallies behind inclusive playground

The construction of the Butter Factory Park started with a Facebook post and ended with the development of a playground that is loved by...

Recycling TV stars

A small school located near the Bunya Mountains has become one of the faces of the Containers for Change recycling scheme. Tanduringie State School...

Reds give back to regional Queensland

The Reds Rugby Union players are no strangers to hard work but the experience to give back to regional communities has been especially rewarding...

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Pioneers of Maidenwell

Murgon author Barbara Hartmann King shares about her family history at Maidenwell. There is a rich family history behind the King family who came to...