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Operation closure leads to drug bust

Murgon detectives have charged a total of 57 people with 404 charges and seized firearms and drugs following the closure of an operation targeting...

An ‘awesome’ farewell for Chuk

Parishioners from across South-East Queensland flocked to Nanango's St Patrick's Primary School last week to farewell beloved parish priest Father Chukwudi 'Chuk' Chinaka. 'Father Chuk',...

Gayndah’s fairytale formal

Students at Burnett State College in Gayndah had the time of their lives last week, meeting at the town's Showgrounds surrounded by friends and...

Mayor calls out “unfair” mandate

The North Burnett Regional Council Mayor Rachel Chambers has addressed an impassioned letter to Queensland Premier Annastacia Palasczuk over the looming coronavirus vaccine mandate...

McCornville Family reunion

To celebrate the one hundredth wedding anniversary Bob and Juila McConville, their descendants held a family reunion. Robert and Julia McConville (nee Garske) were married...

Busy at brekky

The region's high rollers got out of bed early last Wednesday, attending the South Burnett Business Breakfast event at Nanango's RSL on 10 November....

Future up to the vote

Biggenden's Returned and Services League branch is currently facing a life-changing decision, with its members voting on incorporating its operations under another branch due...

Burnett’s Best with David Mollenhauer

President of the Murgon Mens' Shed, David Mollenhauer, loves the role his organisation plays in keeping the community active and connected. In his chat with...

Restoring a beloved landmark

A Nanango businessowner is hoping to breathe new life into a historic building in the town's main hub, calling on her community to support...

Store for the ladies opens

Kaylee's opened its doors in Kingaroy Shoppingworld last week boasting quality lingerie, activewear, and dance attire. Store owner, Kaylene Abbott, welcomed shoppers for the store...

Local governments connect

Councillors from across the region gathered to share ideas and implement new policies at the Local Government Alliance Queensland conference last month. From the...

Nanango remembers

Dozens of Nanango veterans, their families and supporters turned out - medals, awards and all - to the town's cenotaph for its Rememberance Day...

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Burnett’s fresh festivities

Just a 20-minute drive from Kingaroy, the festive season is in full swing with fresh Christmas trees grown and sold to the public. Debbie...