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Woolies Dignity drive Burnett community members will have the opportunity to help women in need through the Share the Dignity drive this month. Woolworths stores at...

Young Burnett auctioneer competes with the best in Queensland

Corey Evans' passion for his industry has opened up many doors for the young auctioneer. With nearly five years worth of experience under his belt,...

Farmers call for protection, certainty

Farmers are calling for the protection and security of priority agricultural land ahead of the Queensland election, after years of uncertainty. The protection of Kingaroy's...

‘Monster’ win for student writer

A budding writer has claimed a national prize and will have her work featured in a textbook for fellow students to read. Year 9...

Police seize firearms, ammunition and alcohol

A man will be answering to firearm possession charges in court after police allegedly found guns and ammunition in a vehicle. Police intercepted a...

A Burnett walk to remember

After more than three decades of planning, North Burnett residents are relishing the opportunity to try out Gayndah's newest stretch of walkway along the...

Gayndah’s river walk joy

North Burnett residents flocked to Gayndah last week to attend the official opening of the town's newest stretch of river walk. The Gayndah Shared Pathway...

Italians tackle half-marathon

Wondai will always be a special Australian memory for an Italian couple after they tackled their first half-marathon at the Wondai Country Running Festival. Francesco...

Help women in poverty

Burnett community members will have the opportunity to help women in need through the Share the Dignity drive this month. Woolworths stores at Kingaroy...

Disaster management group confirm no cases in South Burnett

After two people were charged with falsifying information on their border passes in Nanango on Tuesday, the South Burnett Local Disaster Management Group have...

Nanango MP weighs in on alleged Burnett border pass liars

With Queensland to close borders to NSW and the ACT from 1am Saturday, Queensland Police deputy commissioner Steve Gollschewski and Member for Nanango, Deb...

Students rock on stage

Kingaroy students gave their audience a full music education by going through a time warp with the Egyptians, through the 80s and spending a...

Phoebe is passionate about ag

Phoebe Holland is one of eight new trainee agriculture extension officers helping primary producers enhancing land management practices across Queensland. Burnett Mary Regional Group's...