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Wed 20 Jun 2018

Exploring the Kalpowar forest

Exploring the Kalpowar forest

Just outside the sleepy North Burnett town of Kalpowar - once hailed "Australia's best kept secret” - sits one of the region's hidden treasures.

Students explore nation's capital on trip

Students explore nation's capital on trip

Gayndah State School students explore Canberra on year 5/6 camp.

RELOCATED: St John's Anglican op shop now moved

RELOCATED: St John's Anglican op shop now moved

YOU may be wondering what happened to the St John's Anglican Op shop, but do not fear, for they are still here.

Award winning butchery is up for grabs in the Burnett

Award winning butchery is up for grabs in the Burnett

AFTER 25 years of supplying the best meat in town, Mundubbera Butchering company owners Robyn and Tim Duggan are handing over the keys.

Tue 19 Jun 2018

Bramer and Kit win Norm Johnson Shield

Bramer and Kit win Norm Johnson Shield

Duo show they're on a roll at indoor bowls.

How you can buy an entire town for $500,000

How you can buy an entire town for $500,000

CHEAPER than apartments in the city, this regional Queensland town is on the market for a measly $500,000.

Burnett netballers give their best shot

Burnett netballers give their best shot

North Burnett netball players competed at a regional carnival in Maryborough at the weekend.

Queensland author releases cookbook for one pot meals

Queensland author releases cookbook for one pot meals

Four ingredients author releases another cookbook to make everyday cooking even easier.

Mon 18 Jun 2018

Templeton reigns supreme at Monto Silver Buckle Challenge

Templeton reigns supreme at Monto Silver Buckle Challenge

Check out our photos from the Monto Silver Buckle Challenge, Kingaroy's Jon Templeton continuing his stellar form this stockman's challenge season.

FAREWELL: Journo is moving to Gympie this week

FAREWELL: Journo is moving to Gympie this week

THIS WEEK marks the end of a chapter for the Mundubbera and Eidsvold journalist Philippe Coquerand as he ventures off to Gympie.

Police warning after man caught three times over limit

Police warning after man caught three times over limit

A 46-year-old Bukali man has been sentenced for driving under the influence after blowing more than three times the legal limit.

CUP RECLAIMED: Tigers claw Gladiators 18-14

CUP RECLAIMED: Tigers claw Gladiators 18-14

The Tigers have reclaimed the Citrus Cup after narrowly defeating the Gladiators 18-14 in a show-stopping performance.

Soaring fuel prices hit record highs

Soaring fuel prices hit record highs

Motorists and business owners are feeling the pinch as sky rocketing petrol prices reach record highs.

Fri 15 Jun 2018

MP takes 'shameful' budget to task

MP takes 'shameful' budget to task

CALLIDE MP Colin Boyce did not mince his words when it came to this year's State Budget.

Thu 14 Jun 2018

1200 babies locked in cars

1200 babies locked in cars

QUEENSLAND'S peak motoring body is warning parents about the dangers of leaving babies in cars.

Wed 13 Jun 2018

Better Idea proves to be the best

Better Idea proves to be the best

With a great start out of the gate and into the lead, Better Idea was placed in perfect position to take the win.

Meet the Gayndah girls who love to give back

Meet the Gayndah girls who love to give back

Maria White and Clare McGilvery volunteer their time to support Gunther Village aged care home.

Play AFL in Gayndah

Play AFL in Gayndah

Youth Girls AFL for under 15s and Mixed AFL for Under 12s will kick off in term 3.

Purchasing batteries results in a $600 win for resident

Purchasing batteries results in a $600 win for resident

IT WAS all cheers for Mundubbera resident John Ogden who took home $600 of vouchers from participating businesses in the Mundubbera Shop Local campaign.

Hazelton steers innovation

Hazelton steers innovation

Burnett stud clones best Brahman.

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