NEWS CATCH-UP: Five stories you need to read from this week
IT HAS been a busy news week across the South Burnett.
To help catch up on what's been happening, the South Burnett Times has compiled a list of the top five stories that had readers clicking.
Emergency services were called to Stuart River Bridge following a two-vehicle crash on the Bunya Highway. Rescuers had to cut two people from their vehicle after it landed 12m down an embankment.
A 42-year-old man faced Kingaroy Magistrates Court for a string of charges stemming from incidents in Chinchilla and Murgon earlier this year. The defendant pleaded guilty to 13 charges.
Local artist David Daniel has been hard at work creating a mural that encompasses everything there is to love about Blackbutt.
Booie couple Kel Davis and Marisa Wiman are the managing directors of the internationally renowned business Greymouse and provide a skilled virtual workforce for small and medium-sized companies.
PROUD indigenous woman and school teacher Cherie Clancy claims racism is still rife in Australia.
As a guest speaker at Cherbourg's NAIDOC celebrations, Ms Clancy shared some of the heartbreaking experiences her family had faced over the years.