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.
POLICE are searching for a teenage boy they believe is behind a spate of burglary offences in the Crows Nest and South Burnett areas.
Investigators have identified a 17-year-old boy, believed to be from the Hervey Bay region, as a person of interest in relation to the incidents.
BLACKBUTT State School's inclusion teacher and autism advocate Simone Newitt is "proud to be an Aspie”, but that wasn't always the case.
Ms Newitt, who embraces the term Aspie, which means someone with Asperger's syndrome, said she learnt a lot about her own autism from her autistic daughter Indigo.
THE Road Boss Rally crew roared into Kingaroy on Wednesday, where they stayed for the the night before heading to their Caloundra RSL finish line.
ACCOUNTANT assistant Debbie Ovens knows a thing or two about managing money.
With a surname like Ovens, it seems Debbie was always destined for a career in cooking.
Cooking pizzas to be precise.
Ms Ovens is the proud new owner of Kingaroy pizza business, Aussies Pizza.
AS THE crowds gathered in Cherbourg last week for the official opening of the Muran Djan Centre and Yarning Circle, there was one person who couldn't have been prouder of the achievement.
Cherbourg Elder Uncle Bevan Costello was one of instigators who helped establish the centre, and fittingly, was the master of ceremonies for the momentous event.