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Saints women’s team bounce back after big loss

After going down to the Toowoomba Tigers at Rockville last weekend, the Saints women's team have bounced back in fine form. On Saturday both grades...

MP visits Cherbourg to discuss future of new community hub

Minister Anthony Lynham has a lengthy list of proposals to put forward to the State Government on behalf of the Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council. For...

Council appoints new managers at parks in preparation for influx of guests

South Burnett Regional Council has announced the new managers who will take over the operations of two tourist destinations in August. Returning managers Doug and...

Q&A with runner Mick Astill

Since 2009 Mick Astill has run his family operated business, Astill Electrical Services, along side his wife Amanda and their team. In between operating...

Endeavour Kitchen fires up after long break

Endeavour employees have finally picked up the mixing bowls and spoons again and fired up the Kingaroy Kitchen ovens after a long break during...

Labor announce Nanango candidate 96 days out from state election

With less than 100 days to go before Queensland takes to the polls for the State elections, the Labor party has announced who will...

Burnett’s Best with Carl Rackemann

PRECEDE Carl Rackemann is undoubtedly one of the Burnett’s Best with the different roles he plays in the community. The cricket legend played for Queensland...

Vincent’s work telling his people’s stories

Great artists have the ability to transport people through time, connect cultures and tell a story. This is exactly the effect Vincent Serico’s body...

Man charged after using fake gun near park

A man has been charged after he was spotted waving what appeared to be a gun near a Kingaroy park. A QPS spokesman said...

Temporary closures to library, rail trail and customer contact centre

There will be a number of temporary closures to council facilities as well as a section of the Rail Trail over the next few...

Punters line up for first meet in months

Horses and punters will be eagerly lining up next weekend as the Nanango races get back on track after missing their first Easter Saturday...

Elderly person treated after house fire

An elderly patient has been treated for possible smoke inhalation after a house fire at Mundubbera. Emergency crews were called to the private residence...

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Op shop donates $1000s to charities

Boots ‘N’ Bulldust Inc has donated some big cash to some worthy causes recently. In July the Op shop at 27 Pound Street Kingaroy, gave...

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