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Fri 15 Jun 2018

Murgon's next Olympian in the making

Murgon's next Olympian in the making

WHEN preparing for a big race Richard Bridges runs laps around his family's farm at Windera every day of the week.

MP takes 'shameful' budget to task

MP takes 'shameful' budget to task

CALLIDE MP Colin Boyce did not mince his words when it came to this year's State Budget.

EXPLAINED: The future of Wondai Memorial Pool

EXPLAINED: The future of Wondai Memorial Pool

It just goes to show the Wondai community like to keep all of their assets.

Debating champions to compete in Wide Bay competition

Debating champions to compete in Wide Bay competition

The students said it was interesting to learn about the topics affecting society.

WATCH: Peanut crop from paddock to processor

WATCH: Peanut crop from paddock to processor

All of us benefit from agricultural achievements in our community.

VIDEO: Knitting together a winter wonderland

VIDEO: Knitting together a winter wonderland

More than 60 people attended the official opening of the Queensland Winter Craft Festival in Kingaroy.

Power market competition to bring down prices

Power market competition to bring down prices

Giving regional Queenslanders the chance to shop around could save hundreds.

OPINION: Council can't hide from bad press

OPINION: Council can't hide from bad press

THE council is kidding itself if it thinks the new media relations and councillor code of conduct policies are going to save it from bad news coverage.

COMMUNITY FORUM: Impacts of major resource industry projects

COMMUNITY FORUM: Impacts of major resource industry projects

Similar projects on the Western Downs have damaged and divided the communities.

Thu 14 Jun 2018

'NOT HAPPY': Councillor pushes back on communication policy

'NOT HAPPY': Councillor pushes back on communication policy

THE South Burnett Regional Council passed a raft of policies to control the flow of information to the public.

60-year-old found with two kilos of drugs

60-year-old found with two kilos of drugs

POLICE have charged a 60-year-old South Burnett man with producing drugs and drug possession.

Five things to do this weekend

Five things to do this weekend

There really is a lot to do this weekend.

Old-time tradition still alive at Kumbia's debutante ball

Old-time tradition still alive at Kumbia's debutante ball

The longest-running debutante ball in the South Burnett is on this weekend.

On a medical mission to transform Nanango Medical Centre

On a medical mission to transform Nanango Medical Centre

Challenging the concept of what a medical centre should be.

New fuel station is set to be even bigger

New fuel station is set to be even bigger

Liberty Oil, the company behind the new fuel station under construction on Youngman St, Kingaroy, has decided it wants to make the site bigger.

Kingaroy students shine in Peter Pan production

Kingaroy students shine in Peter Pan production

The school production forms part of the curriculum for the Year 10 art students.

Calling performers to audition for show

Calling performers to audition for show

Singers, dancers and actors are invited to audition for Beauty and the Beast.

Peanut flies for 20th Endeavour rally

Peanut flies for 20th Endeavour rally

This year's trip will be a family affair, with others coming along for the anniversary ride.

More arrests following violent crime spree

More arrests following violent crime spree

POLICE have made another two arrests as they track down the offenders who perpetrated a violent crime spree in the South Burnett and Fraser Coast regions.

PHOTO GALLERY: Community bands together for Kenya

PHOTO GALLERY: Community bands together for Kenya

South Burnett resident shares her story of lending a hand in Kenya.

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