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A New Year, a new flood

The year 2022 was supposed to be a year where everything would be alright, but an unexpected event has brought about many tears instead....

MEET: South Burnett’s first baby of 2022

At just two and a half weeks old, Zachary Zane Moller is already melting hearts. He was welcomed into the world at 1.10am on...

Operation Backpack returns to town

Kingaroy Shoppingworld will again join forces with St Vincent De Paul Society to ensure South Burnett children in need receive the necessary items to...

Sidewalk markets a hit

South Burnett businessowners and stallholders braved the hot summer sun to offer their wares at Nanango's Sidewalk Markets on Sunday, 16 January. The monthly markets...

Kilkivan’s journey to recovery

Even two weeks after floodwaters cut the town off from the region, Kilkivan residents continued to feel the fallout of the January 8 and...

ACTION SHOTS: Cricket down to the wire

Last weekend's T20 cricket match between Cherbourg and Murgon at Taabinga State School went down to the wire, with Cherbourg narrowly missing out on...

Cricket down to the wire

A T20 cricket match between Cherbourg and Murgon on Saturday, 15 January went all the way to the wire, with Murgon's Diggers winning a...

Grants up to $50k for flood affected residents

Extraordinary assistance grants of up to $50,000 are now available for primary producers, small businesses and non-profit organisations affected by the recent floods in...

Flames gut Kingaroy Street house

UPDATE: A fire has torn through a residential building on Kingaroy Street, Kingaroy this morning, gutting the house as firefighters scrambled to protect neighbouring structures. Queensland...

Mundubbera blueberries a national hit

In the North Burnett town of Mundubbera, you’ll find an expanse of blueberries that feed Australians across the country. Stewart ’Blade’ McKenzie has been...

Bucket hat to the rescue

Before coming to Australia, the concept of 'sun safety' was, while still definitely a thing, nowhere near as important or ever-present to me as...

Council slams Deputy Premier visit

The North Burnett's acting Mayor has criticised a recent visit to the region by Deputy Premier Steven Miles, calling the event a "photo op"...

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A New Year, a new flood

The year 2022 was supposed to be a year where everything would be alright, but an unexpected event has brought about many tears instead....