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Thu 8 Aug 2019

A festive event to savour

A festive event to savour

Committee happy with inaugural Mount Perry Christmas in July event.

Council clarifies Mayor's road funding claim

Council clarifies Mayor's road funding claim

Council bemoans loss of government Road Performance Contracts, which it said had begun being awarded more frequently to contractors outside the region.

Wed 7 Aug 2019

Eve marks 40 years of service

Eve marks 40 years of service

Gayndah State School cleaner celebrated for her dedication to role.

Tigers maul the Gladiators

Tigers maul the Gladiators

Mundubbera Tigers defeat Gayndah Gladiators in the sides' round 9 Central Burnett Rugby League clash.

Grazier only Australian to win prestigious scholarship

Grazier only Australian to win prestigious scholarship

Eidsvold's Amy Birch one of only 12 selected worldwide to travel to World Biuatrics Congress 2020 in Madrid.

North Burnett agricultural risk management workshops begin

North Burnett agricultural risk management workshops begin

Risk management workshops aimed at agricultural producers will this week make their way across the North Burnett.

Nothing ventured, nothing gained for campdraft

Nothing ventured, nothing gained for campdraft

Biggenden Charity Campdraft's expansion looks like paying off this year, with nominations for the now two-day event filling within 12 hours.

New executive position for Gayndah Rotary Club

New executive position for Gayndah Rotary Club

Role of publicity officer created for the club.

Kidney Kar Rally on its way to region

Kidney Kar Rally on its way to region

Find out where you can check out the 42 rally cars next week.

Field archers make their mark during traditional weekend

Field archers make their mark during traditional weekend

The North Burnett Field Archers have held their fourth annual Traditional Weekend in Gayndah over the weekend.

GALLERY: Mount Perry welcomes tram's arrival

GALLERY: Mount Perry welcomes tram's arrival

"This tram represents ... unity, cooperation, collaboration and the amazing things that can happen when people work together.”

Tue 6 Aug 2019

New Bundy hospital to benefit people in the North Burnett

New Bundy hospital to benefit people in the North Burnett

A new hospital in Bundaberg will lead to better services for patients and increased career opportunities closer to home for North Burnett's young people.

Mon 5 Aug 2019

A grant to bowl you right over

A grant to bowl you right over

Monto Community Benefit Fund opens to the community.

Why there are grave fears for timber industry future

Why there are grave fears for timber industry future

Big employer issues dire warning against proposed changes to the industry code.

Fri 2 Aug 2019

How you could help save a life

How you could help save a life

Federal Member for Flynn, Ken O'Dowd, has encouraged North Burnett residents to register as organ donors during DonateLife Week.

Thu 1 Aug 2019

LIFESTYLE LESSONS: Get your motivation back on track

LIFESTYLE LESSONS: Get your motivation back on track

Whether it be positive or negative, there is always a motive or intent behind your actions.

Wed 31 Jul 2019

Tigers in pole position after carnival dominance

Tigers in pole position after carnival dominance

It will take a miracle from Gayndah Gladiators to stop the dominant Tigers from here.

Fruit picker 'full of grog' damaged property

Fruit picker 'full of grog' damaged property

Drunk picker was huddled by the floor busy working away at something.

Sister's love triangle turns into pub glassing

Sister's love triangle turns into pub glassing

Beer bottle smashed on head of woman who slept with younger sister's boyfriend

Touch footy team makes splash at Sunshine Coast

Touch footy team makes splash at Sunshine Coast

Burnett State College open team narrowly misses finals while U15 mixed improves throughout carnival

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