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Tue 11 Dec 2018

Tiny school makes big difference for student with autism

Tiny school makes big difference for student with autism

COALSTOUN Lakes State School has been acknowledged for its outstanding contribution to a student's education.

Cherbourg legends ready to take on league greats

Cherbourg legends ready to take on league greats

The home town team, made up of players over 35 years old, will come up against Australia's Legends of League team.

Organisations working together to clean up roads

Organisations working together to clean up roads

A PARTNERSHIP between Lions and Freemasonry in Gayndah with its Adopt-A-Road Project has seen members out and about cleaning up town roads

Year 10 students look towards their future

Year 10 students look towards their future

THE entire Biggenden State School turned out for the final parade for its Year 10s.

Cherbourg shares in $3 million funding

Cherbourg shares in $3 million funding

It gives the indigenous Queenslanders the opportunity to gain the skills and training they need to work and build a successful career.

One Nation candidate confirmed for Flynn

One Nation candidate confirmed for Flynn

A THIRD-GENERATION primary producer based in Biggenden has been confirmed as One Nation's candidate for Flynn for the next federal election.

Mon 10 Dec 2018

Pest season takes flight as cattle owners combat fly

Pest season takes flight as cattle owners combat fly

It is helpful to know what buffalo fly treatments and controls your neighbours have used.

Police investigate man fined for disturbance

Police investigate man fined for disturbance

The man was issued with a fine.

Police search for tool thieves

Police search for tool thieves

They used an unknown implement to gain entry.

Officers uncover drugs, weapons

Officers uncover drugs, weapons

They executed a search warrant at the address.

'World class': Chefs crazy for our local ingredients

'World class': Chefs crazy for our local ingredients

SOUTH Burnett ingredients are being sourced by chefs from all around the world and it isn't just our peanuts that are high on their list.

Police chase down woman after broad daylight break-in

Police chase down woman after broad daylight break-in

Police officers pursued on foot after the woman.

Sun 9 Dec 2018

More bushland preserved for koalas

More bushland preserved for koalas

The State Government has announced an extra 190,000 hectares of bushland will be preserved in an effort to save Queensland’s struggling koala population.

Sat 8 Dec 2018

The town that's decorated in tyres

The town that's decorated in tyres

If you've taken a drive around Gayndah and surrounding areas recently you may have noticed a pattern in the Christmas decorations- they're made out of tyres.

Duke jumps in as jockey club president

Duke jumps in as jockey club president

A passion for all things horse racing, Brad Duke is Gayndah Jockey Club's new president.

You may know their stories, if not their faces

You may know their stories, if not their faces

From saving a young boy in a house fire to raising awareness about domestic violence, these brave and inspirational Queenslanders have been recognised.

Fri 7 Dec 2018

Drumbeat performance tops off school awards night

Drumbeat performance tops off school awards night

Gayndah State School's annual awards night was topped off by a drumbeat presentation.

Butcher back in business after truck crash

Butcher back in business after truck crash

Mundubbera Butchering Co is back up and running after a truck crashed into the shop front yesterday morning.

Biggenden Meatworks fined $200,000 over death of worker

Biggenden Meatworks fined $200,000 over death of worker

A Biggenden Abattoir was fined $200,000 in Maryborough Magistrates Court last Thursday over the death of an employee in 2017.

Planned power outage for Mundubbera, Eidsvold

Planned power outage for Mundubbera, Eidsvold

Night works will leave Mundubbera and Eidsvold without power for up to four hours overnight

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