A caravan and car were involved in a rollover on the Stuart Bridge this week.
A caravan and car were involved in a rollover on the Stuart Bridge this week. Molly Hancock

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.

HWY CLOSED: Car plummets 12 metres, two trapped.

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.

AT THE SCENE: Emergency services attend the scene where a caravan and car were involved in a crash on the Stuart Bridge.
AT THE SCENE: Emergency services attend the scene where a caravan and car were involved in a crash on the Stuart Bridge. Molly Hancock

Man throws metal darts at staff, urinates on pub wall

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.

Mural captures the heart of Blackbutt

Local artist David Daniel has been hard at work creating a mural that encompasses everything there is to love about Blackbutt.

NEW MURAL: Blackbutt artist David Daniel with his new mural at the showgrounds.
NEW MURAL: Blackbutt artist David Daniel with his new mural at the showgrounds. Madeline Grace

Booie couple's global business success

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.

DREAM TEAM: Kel Davis and Marisa Wiman from Booie have created an international business.
DREAM TEAM: Kel Davis and Marisa Wiman from Booie have created an international business. Matt Collins

Teacher's pain: 'People don't think I'm truly Aboriginal'

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.

Jarvanda Bond, 12, and Mary Simpson, 12, with St Joseph's Year 5 teacher and proud indigenous woman Cherie Clancy.
Jarvanda Bond, 12, and Mary Simpson, 12, with St Joseph's Year 5 teacher and proud indigenous woman Cherie Clancy. Matt Collins
South Burnett

'Holy sh--': Kingaroy woman becomes millionaire overnight

premium_icon 'Holy sh--': Kingaroy woman becomes millionaire overnight

"God, I have no idea what I am going to do with it.”

Q Cup player to showcase skills in front of home town

premium_icon Q Cup player to showcase skills in front of home town

Local boy will lace up for Q Cup in Nanango this weekend.

Man on trial for death of best mate

premium_icon Man on trial for death of best mate

The man died after a fight on a remote beach