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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...

Three motorbike crashes in 24 hours

Three motorbike riders were airlifted after LifeFlight attended to three separate bike crashes within less than 24 hours last weekend. An injured motorcorss rider...

Teen with head injuries after rollover

A teenager has been airlifted to hospital after a single vehicle rollover in the South Burnett. A QAS spokeswoman said the crash had occurred...

Diverse art exhibitions on display

Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery's September exhibitions are a juxtaposition of Australian indigenous culture, pop culture and creative geology. This month the gallery are hosting...

Eco mums encourage others to drop the disposables

According to Sustainability Victoria 3.75 million disposable nappies are used each day in Australia and New Zealand, which are estimated to take up to...

Dancers bust a move

For more than a year a community group have been offering classes for keen dancers to let off a bit of steam. The Wondai Line...

Q&A with author Imogene Nix

This week's Q&A guest is Imogene Nix, who is published in a range of romance genres including Paranormal, Science Fiction and Contemporary. She has...

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History of Ringsfield House

This superb structure was built as a private residence for a Nanango family in 1908. It was designed by Queensland architect Robin Dods...