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Fri 15 Feb 2019

Gayndah man hospitalised after single vehicle crash

Gayndah man hospitalised after single vehicle crash

Vehicle left the road and hit a tree on Gordon St last night.

Thu 14 Feb 2019

UPDATE: Truck rollover on Burnett Highway

UPDATE: Truck rollover on Burnett Highway

Emergency services are en route to a reported truck rollover on the Burnett Highway.

'Smashing the gap': Eidsvold shows Queensland how it's done

'Smashing the gap': Eidsvold shows Queensland how it's done

School is a shining example among the state's dismal Closing the Gap results. Vice-principal Preston Parter explains how they did it.

Another Eidsvold bridge closes due to safety risk

Another Eidsvold bridge closes due to safety risk

Following recent protests over the state of the footbridge over Harkness Boundary Creek next to Burnett Highway, another bridge has been closed to the public.

O'Dowd attacks 'retiree tax' as Beers defends policy

O'Dowd attacks 'retiree tax' as Beers defends policy

Member for Flynn labels policy a "disgraceful cash-grab”, Beers says fuss is a "smokescreen” for lack of engagement with electorate.

Hail to the climate workshop

Hail to the climate workshop

North Burnett primary producers were shown the strengths and limitations of weather forecasting and left with a greater knowledge of tools at their disposal.

Gayndah hits its hottest February day ever

Gayndah hits its hottest February day ever

Gayndah locals swarmed the swimming pool yesterday afternoon as the town's temperatures soared to a record 42.7°.

Mine waste water good-as-gold

Mine waste water good-as-gold

A gold mine near Mount Perry is doing its part for the environment thanks to the help of innovative research.

Mundubbera captains on a lunchtime mission

Mundubbera captains on a lunchtime mission

The Times has a chat with Mundubbera State School's four Year 10 captains for 2019, to find out their hopes for the year and what they wish to achieve.

Wed 13 Feb 2019

Mulgildie shops back in action with new managers

Mulgildie shops back in action with new managers

After working in convenience stores in Cobar, NSW, while her partner ran a piggery in Windera, it was Tammy Cooper's "dream” to run her own one day.

OPINION: The few ruin it for the many

OPINION: The few ruin it for the many

Who in their right mind would leave soiled nappies and broken beer bottles in a national park?

Patchy rain has no impact on producers' problems

Patchy rain has no impact on producers' problems

Storms brought patchy rain, and not enough to undo months of damage.

Mum takes son to court on 17th DV charge

Mum takes son to court on 17th DV charge

The man faced Kingaroy Magistrates Court on Monday.

Girl Guides get behind Alexis

Girl Guides get behind Alexis

Girl Guides brought Alexis out of her shell, now she is helping them

Leading the school is a family tradition

Leading the school is a family tradition

AT A ceremony at Biggenden State School tomorrow, Timothy Geissler will continue a family tradition, accepting his badge as school leader.

'Ripped off': councillor's container serve

'Ripped off': councillor's container serve

Robbie Radel says he was short-changed $481 by scheme as Container Exchange promises change for North Burnett customers.

'A sense of pride': Eidsvold, meet your captains

'A sense of pride': Eidsvold, meet your captains

What do Eidsvold State School's 2019 captains want to achieve during their year in charge?

Warren continues his dominance on the green

Warren continues his dominance on the green

BIGGENDEN Golf Club hosted its annual golf carnival on Sunday with a field of 35 players taking to the greens

'We have so many ideas': Monto State High's captains

'We have so many ideas': Monto State High's captains

2019 school leaders Laney Ariens and Bridget Farmer are ready to lead by example.

Monto 'kafe' owner needs to take a break

Monto 'kafe' owner needs to take a break

After successfully running her cafe in Monto, Kim Pointon is looking for someone to take the helm.

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