Meeting tonight to discuss proposed Kingaroy coal mine

MORETON Resources CEO Jason Elks will face the critics of the proposed Tarong Basin Coal project at a public meeting tonight.

New candidate to run for Division 1

TIME FOR CHANGE: Division 1 candidate Sandy Towell wants to improve trust between the community and council. Photo Contributed

Sandy Towell will run for the seat at next month's election

Ecology shutdown angers mayor

SHUT DOWN: The Wooroolin road upgrade was stalled for similar reasons in 2014 when a rare tree was discovered by workers.

Green tape has been blamed for halting a vital road upgrade

South Burnett mayoral candidates have their say at forum

Four candidates argued why they should be the next mayor

Unregistered drivers blame lack of labels

*WARNING - DARK IMAGES PLEASE NOT TO GO THROUGH COLOURFACTORY* Leilani Waters peels off her rego sticker as October 1 sees new legislation meaning they are no longer required on the windscreen. Photo: Iain Curry / Sunshine Coast Daily

The loss of rego stickers is being blamed by drivers caught out

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Australia Day lawn bowls

Charmaine Macleod rolls down a bowl.Photo Keagan Elder / South Burnett Times

Bowlers revel in a friendly Australia Day competition. Avid bowler Kev Raffin gets...

Australia Day veteran's golf

Ken Bone sinks his putt just before the rain hit at Murgon.Photo Keagan Elder / South Burnett Times

Veteran golfers take a swing on Australia Day.

South Burnett storm damage

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Damage from Friday January 29, storms.

Clean up in Scarness

Storm clean up - Clean up began in the early hours on Scarness Esplanade. Photo: Valerie Horton / Fraser Coast Chronicle

The clean-up has began after storms lashed the Fraser Coast on Friday night.

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Nanango Australia Day 2016

Pauline Hunter and Cassie Kelly with Rio, a mini fix terrier. Photo Barclay White / South Burnett Times

Check out who was at Nanango's Australia Day celebrations for 2016 at the Nanango...

Australia Day Kingaroy

AUSTRALIA DAY KINGAROY: Pie eating competition.Photo Rhiannon Tuffield / South Burnett Times

Celebrating the spirit of Australia in Kingaroy with musical, poetry and...

8 things to do for Australia Day in the South Burnett

AUSTRALIA Day celebrations in Kingaroy will start at the Town Hall Forecourt at 6.45am with a free breakfast. Face painting and a jumping castle will be available for the kids, and bush poetry and whip cracking for the adults. The event also boasts a flag raising ceremony, speech from Dorothy Pratt, a raffle, an eating competition, and a cane toad race.

Eight Australia Day events across the region.

Top ten recent Australian Guinness world records

NUMBER 10: The tallest inflatable slide is 12.90 m high and was achieved by The Beachouse (Australia) as measured at the Brian Nadilo Reserve in Glenelg, Australia, on 27 November 2015.

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