Getting the girls together to get active on the rail trail

Getting the girls together to get active on the rail trail

We want people to be active and part of the rail trail.

New research into chicken stress

New research into chicken stress

How stressed are your chickens?

Council drops the ball, again

Council drops the ball, again

The first rule of public relations is to get in front of bad news.


Scoring shared in victory

Scoring shared in victory

Nine players in the South Burnett under 18s side found the try line in the teams 64 to 12 point win over the Toowoomba Brothers.

Weeding out the Burnett

Weeding out the Burnett

PROPAGATION, conservation and education is the key to looking after our bushlands according to the Native Plants Queensland Association (Kingaroy branch).

New plan for our roads

New plan for our roads

THE South Burnett Regional Council laid out its plans for the rural road netword at a firery meeting in a Durong Community Hall on Thursday afternoon.

Council puts streetscape project on hold

Council puts streetscape project on hold

THE South Burnett Regional Council will shelve its plans for the Kingaroy Revitalisation Project.

Weatherman forecasts warmer nights and rain

Weatherman forecasts warmer nights and rain

THE South Burnett shivered through its coldest morning in four years when the temperatures dropped to a chilly minus 4.5 degrees on Saturday.


Young guns fire for Ants

Young guns fire for Ants

The Red Ant's performance on Saturday proved there is a great depth of talent at the club.

Developing Burnett talent

Developing Burnett talent

The day will start at 11am with all 11 and 12 year-olds encourage to attend the session which will focus on tackling techniques and updating their skills.

A program to reduce crime and create jobs

A program to reduce crime and create jobs

VETERAN Police Liaison Officer, Laurie Bateman has been sent to Cherbourg to develop a program aimed a reducing juvenile offending and keeping kids in school.

Two homes burgled in Nanango

Two homes burgled in Nanango

Can you help police find the thieves behind these two break-ins?

High scoring Panthers claim another win

High scoring Panthers claim another win

A break in the Football South Burnett season provided an opportunity for the Panthers to play a catch-up game against the Kinngaroy Gunnettes.

You need to think about doing this today

You need to think about doing this today

Digital health records are coming

Man arrested after alleged road rage attack

Man arrested after alleged road rage attack

Man from Warwick area on the way to court after road rage incident

More options for girls in state-wide school uniform code

More options for girls in state-wide school uniform code

School girls must be able to choose to wear pants or shorts

Person taken to hospital after bus and car collide

Person taken to hospital after bus and car collide

Emergency services have responded to a bus and car crash

Supermarkets’ desperate bag ploy

Supermarkets’ desperate bag ploy

Coles and Woolworths to reward customers who bring their own bags.

'I never thought something like that would happen'

'I never thought something like that would happen'

A Warwick teen opens up about 'terrifying' road rage attack

Sport

Stags step up against Mustangs

Stags step up against Mustangs

Fitness proved to give the Nanngo Stags the winning edge.

Young Eagles pull their weight at carnival

Young Eagles pull their weight at carnival

South Burnett team is playing at the U43kg carnival in Warwick.

League and football on this weekend

League and football on this weekend

Rugby league returns with the A-grade sides going head to head.

National Sport

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    Teen girl fights off attacker before school

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