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Cody’s first bull ride

Nanango rider Cody Hancock went for his first bull ride at the 2021 Nanango Rodeo. The junior rider got ready for the Under 18s...

Country kids take on Suncorp

For the young Nanango and Kingaroy players the opportunity to play a game at Suncorp Stadium before a Broncos game was a dream come...

Gladiators undefeated at home

Gayndah's rugby league team kicked off the season with a series of wins, emerging victorious against neighbouring towns Mundubbera and Monto on Saturday, 17...

Bowlers overcome strong winds to win

With a close margin, Kingaroy rolled out a win in the first bowls match, but the mixed South Burnett team evened the score in...

‘Like parkour, but safe’: Kids jump, leap and run

Leaping over boxes and climbing along bars, South Burnett children learnt parkour at a recent school holiday program. PCYC South Burnett hosted A Free...

Burnett Bowlers enjoy friendly competition

The Kingaroy Bowls Club hosted a competition on Thursday, 1 April, with people coming from all over the South and North Burnett to play. Kingaroy...

Fire catches historic cup

South Burnett's cricket stars, Holly Ferling and Courtney Sippel, were part of history as Queensland recently ended their Women's National Cricket League drought. Queensland...

Riders take on endurance test

70 horse riders tested their endurance at the Heritage Easter Carnival over the Easter long weekend. From Friday, 2 to Sunday, 4 April a number...

Mountain bike champion makes comeback after chain snaps

A 16-year-old Coolabunia mountain biker suffered a setback recently when she was close to claiming a win when her chain snapped. After this pulled...

Pool’s egg-cellent event

Gayndah's swimming pool is sending the season off in style after welcoming locals big and small to its Easter weekend celebrations. The pool, run by...

Small club punches above weight

Nanango Little Athletics Club are proud to host two state champions from the recent Queensland competition. Standout performers, Harrison Weil and Paige O'Connor, both...

Cricket goes pink for a good cause

Pink Stumps Day saw cricketers from Kingaroy gather to play a friendly game and support the McGrath Foundation to raise funds for the 154...

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Landholders called to action

Burnett residents have another few days left to lodge their objections to the recently-announced land valuations courtesy of Queensland's Department of Resources. The valuations, which...