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Tough gig as Ag Show rained out

Muddy puddles, although lots of fun to jump in, proved too wet to host Blackbutt’s 2022 agricultural show. Blackbutt Agricultural Show Society has had...

ELECTION: Maranoa candidates step up

The Maranoa electorate includes the South Burnett Regional Council region from Blackbutt to Kumbia, Nanango, Kingaroy and Memerambi. The huge electorate stretches up to...

Mineral wealth

As well as agriculture and timber, Blackbutt and Benarkin regions have been known to yield a variety of mineral deposits, including gold, silver, bismuth...

Blackbutt and Benarkin’s Rich History: The Teamster’s Park

Opened in 2000, The Teamster’s Park opposite the Taromeo sawmill is South Burnett Regional Council Heritage listed. Jesse’s Well, part of the historical...

Charbray Sale

Monto’s Annual Charbray & Charbray Infused Fat & Store Sale is just around the corner and will surely offer a quality yarding of all cattle descriptions. Previous years...

Blackbutt and Benarkin’s Rich History: The first selection

It has been recorded that the first survey from Ipswich through the Brisbane Valley and on to the South Burnett took place in 1842....

Supporting those with lung disease

Be aware of asbestos risks -warns the Asbestos Disease Support Society. The Asbestos Disease Support Society (ADSS) and Turner Freeman Lawyers held an afternoon tea...

Mobile lung scans, medical imaging unit hits the road

Heart of Australia launched its newest mobile medical imaging clinic, the HEART5 in February 2022. It will provide increased accessibility to lung checks for current...

Club raises $1.1K for Men’s Shed

South Burnett Western Performance Club were very proud to announce their special fundraising show last weekend raised $1100 for the Nanango Community Men's Shed....

Celebrating midwives

Midwives across Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service were recently recognised for their dedication, skill and compassion, as part of International Day of the...

GALLERY: Blackbutt Show pavilion a success

There was plenty to discover at Blackbutt Show’s pavilions. Knitted masterpieces, cooking creations, paintings, wooden carvings, prized produce and Lego landscapes were among the...

Jobs still available as Council grapples with work shortage

The North Burnett Regional Council has responded to internal reports of staff shortages, which has impacted a range of public works projects in the...

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Crafters’ generous gesture

A Kingaroy craft and needlework group has donated over 100 handmade hats, scarves and trinkets to SBcare's Meals on Wheels program this month, with...