Two NSW Men arrested over Mundubbera stabbing

TWO New South Wales men have been arrested over the murder of Mundubbera man Gary Ryan.

League star heads to our part of the world

Kevin Campion looks to pass out wide in the Legends of League charity match.Photo Tom Gillespie / The Western Star

Catch up with league legend Kevin Campion and exchange your stories

Moreton CEO wants to step down from role

STEPPING DOWN: Moreton Resources CEO Jason Elks has announced his intentions to resign from the role.

Changes to board of company that wants to build Kingaroy coal mine

Five things to do in the South Burnett this weekend

Wondai Show. Photo Rhiannon Tuffield / South Burnett Times

Find out what events are on this Saturday and Sunday

Mt Perry remembers Clive Wallace

Clive Wallace has been remembered by locals.

MOUNT Perry man Clive Wallace has been remembered fondly.

Flesh eating plant arrives in Kingaroy

A HORROR OF A SHOW: Little Shop of Horror's director Warren Wintour ahead of the show's opening Friday night.

Look, you're a plant, an inanimate object.

Animal therapy helps Vietnam veteran

SPECIAL BOND: Vietnam veteran Barry Haydon with his dog Toby. Barry wants more veterans to attend TPDSA meetings at the Kingaroy RSL every month.

Barry Haydon wants more veterans to find help

Aymee Bellert thrilled with selection in Queensland side

ON A ROLL: Aymee Bellert will bowl for Queensland in Sydney. Picture taken at Nanango on Tuesday, August 16.

Bellert has begun a new path to the top.

Young athletes emulate Rio at regional carnival

Hayden Crofts competes in the high jump.

Students compete in regional athletics carnival.

Do you know the identity of this WWI soldier?

You can help identify the photo of this First World War soldier hanging in Tara's Hall.

Nanango RSL wants help identifying soldier

Grazier plans to make the most of good prices

Cattle farmer Eric Simon pictured at Jimarndy Station. Photo: Contributed

There's no doubt. Hope is not a strategy

Australian farmers can produce enough food for 80 million

YOUNG CANE: Irrigation equipment in a field on the Burnett Heads Road. Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail

Except to see dairy exports increase over the next year

Is this the start of our Rural Renaissance?

Exports to the US have dropped 40%, China 30% and Japan 10%. China and Saudi Arabia have once more open their doors to Brazilian beef while Indonesia is now looking to Indian buffalo meat to boost its supplies

Rising prices the talk of the town as rain raises farmers’ spirits

Storm gave inappropriate advice to vulnerable investors

Many investors were retirees who lost their homes

Local pool builders take home gold for design

H-2-WOAH: Noosa company Nautilus Pools won two awards for combined pool and spa and lighting with this design and construction of a private pool.

Small family business awarded two golds at prestigious pool awards

Men in custody after police swarm house, find missing baby

Police believe the baby girl may be with a 16-year-old and 19-year-old in a green 1995 Mazda 121 with Queensland registration 045GOS, and could be heading to Toowoomba.

The two men and baby girl could be heading to Toowoomba

Drowning victim, 2, had been playing 'hide and seek'

Police at the scene of a drowning in Helidon Spa.

Groundswell of support for toddler's grieving family

Woman, 22, has died from injuries after Underwood crash

A Police Forensic Crash Unit vehicle at the scene of a serious crash, Saturday, December 06, 2014. Photo Kevin Farmer / The Chronicle

Two-vehicle crash occurred at Kingston and Compton rds

French Burkini ban thrown out as "illegal" by highest court

France's highest court rules burkini bans to be illegal

Lachlan Smart given key to the city after record flight

Lachlan Smart is given a key to the Sunshine Coast by mayor Mark Jamieson

It was a morning full of surprises for new world record holder

Brave Catholic priest sex abuse survivor won't be silenced

That girl was Joan Isaacs has written a book about the Catholic priest who abused her when she was 14 years old.

'I will not be silenced': Brave sex abuse survivor reveals all.

Name-dropping Census caller leaves resident fuming

Census night will be August 9.

Woman fears personal details were passed to a "problem neighbour"

Strange Politics: Roald’s darling makes for an ale tale fail

Pauline Hanson demonstrates how to use a squat toilet at Tanby Point, Emu Park.

'Just consider these wonderful lines from the book'

The great migration is an unforgettable spectacle

Charging zebras, as featured in the National Geographic television program Great Migrations. TOP RIGHT: One of Kenya's most experienced guides, Abdul Karim, from Sanctuary Retreat's Olonana Camp.

This epic spectacle has been called 'the greatest show on earth'

Police search reveals 20cm rifle bolt in suspect's anus

This rifle bolt was allegedly removed from the butt of a prisoner arrested in Warwick yesterday

Police claim they discovered the hidden arsenal during a search

Japan opens doors to Australian live cattle trade

Deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce. Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin

Decision worth $14 million a year to our farmers

Large car bomb kills 11 wounds dozens in Turkey

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A large bomb blast has wounded dozens and killed 11 in Turkey

Italy quake aftermath death toll at 241

Rescuers work amid collapsed building in Amatrice, central Italy, Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016. Rescue crews raced against time Thursday looking for survivors from the earthquake that leveled three towns in central Italy and Italy once again anguished over trying to secure its medieval communities built on seismic lands. (Italian Firefighters Vigili del Fuoco via AP)

Extraordinary stories of survival emerge as death toll rises to 241

Man allegedly raped in British park by two men

Goffs Park in Crawley, in West Sussex, UK.

Police believe the victim may know the two men.

Video shows how little kids notice at dinner table

A hidden camera captures how much kids notice around them at the dinner table.

Funny video shows how little kids notice when they are on devices

Barack Obama in VR goggles sparks photoshop war

US President Barack Obama ends up in a Photoshop battle on Reddit

Barack Obama caught in Photoshop battle.

Would you pat a tiger shark like these guys?

SCN151212 DIVER
Caption: Buderim diver Tony Isaacson took years to overcome his fear of sharks.

Incredible footage of sharks being petted shows interaction can work

'Magnificent' shark mystery at Noosa

HELLO THERE: Jonah Cooper was on hand as this large tiger shark was hooked at Granite Bay.

Ocean lover captures moment tiger shark hooked on Noosa drum line

Man finds life changing amount of gold while prosepcting

Gold nugget weighing more than four kilograms found in Victoria.

It's a dancing, hermaphrodite creature called a FIFO

Nerida Wilson, of the WA Museum, captured this image of the Mordilla fifo. The slea slug, discovered in waters off Western Australia, is named in honour of FIFO workers.

It dances in high-vis, but it's not a drunken FIFO worker

BOOKS: Food for thought in Caroline Beecham's latest novel

Maggie's Kitchen by Caroline Beecham is published by Allen & Unwin, RRP $29.99.

New novel reminds readers that bravery exists in many forms

TELEVISION: New show is a Survivor, for now

Jonathan LaPaglia hosts the TV series Australian Survivor.

WHAT happens when a new show with a big budget flops?

Rachel Weisz understands celebrity gossip fascination

Actor Rachel Weisz

Weisz says mystery is good for an actor

Gina Rodriguez relished dramatic change for new film

Jane the Virgin lead Gina Rodriguez

TV star shaved her hair for movie role

Kooza takes circus-goers back to Cirque Du Soleil's roots

The high wire act as featured in Cirque Du Soleil's Kooza.

NEW show puts the skills of the performers front and centre.

Branson "amazed" he's still alive after cycling crash

Branson saw "his life flash before my eyes" during a bike crash