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‘Saddened but optimistic’ says recent CNB Times grad

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Former journo Alex Treacy looks back on his time with the paper, and the future of...

Biggenden Museum’s historic transformation

Premium Content Biggenden Museum’s historic transformation

The Central Burnett Times wrote of the historic moment nearly 40 years ago to this...

Burnett journo looks back on ‘best decision’ he’s made

Premium Content Burnett journo looks back on ‘best decision’ he’s made

Former Mundubbera journalist Philippe ‘Phil’ Coquerand ponders his time in the...

Paper is about the community says ex-Burnett journo

Premium Content Paper is about the community says ex-Burnett journo

‘This isn’t about me, this is about the community’s stories.’

FLASHBACK: 17 huge stories we’ve covered in print

Premium Content FLASHBACK: 17 huge stories we’ve covered in print

From an escaped prisoner in Monto to a pinball epidemic in Gayndah, the Times has...

It’s the end of the line, but not the last stop

Premium Content It’s the end of the line, but not the last stop

Central and North Burnett Times journo farewells the final print edition...

Federal MP remembers wearing ‘floatie’ on front page

Premium Content Federal MP remembers wearing ‘floatie’ on front page

Member for Flynn Ken O’Dowd reflects on his first appearance with the Central...

Biggenden’s unsung hero gave town a voice

Premium Content Biggenden’s unsung hero gave town a voice

Journalist Erica Murree has endeavoured to have her town’s voice heard in her 43...

PAPERS, PROTESTS, PREMIER: Ex-editor reflects on the ‘Times’

Premium Content PAPERS, PROTESTS, PREMIER: Ex-editor reflects on the ‘Times’

Editor in the early ‘80s took on the paper during Sir Joh’s reign.

Former Mundubbera journo remembers ‘dream job’

Premium Content Former Mundubbera journo remembers ‘dream job’

Starting his career with the paper back in 2013, this journo reminisces on the...

Burnett personality reflects on newspaper’s early days

Premium Content Burnett personality reflects on newspaper’s early days

Long time real estate agent reminisces on his first dealing’s with the Central and...

OPINION: A death in the (journalism) family

OPINION: A death in the (journalism) family

We get no enjoyment at a competitor's closure, Alex Treacy writes.

OPINION: Reach out when times are tough

OPINION: Reach out when times are tough

Times journalist Jake Finnigan has their say on tough times.

Journalist thanks region for trusting her with your stories

Journalist thanks region for trusting her with your stories

Felicity Ripper departs the Central and North Burnett Times.

A first-hand hairy experience

A first-hand hairy experience

I had my concentration face on over the weekend.

Shopping local pays off

Shopping local pays off

The winner of the shop local campaign has been announced.

Young artist makes debut in Gayndah

Young artist makes debut in Gayndah

BUNDABERG'S Jake Thompson's held his first art exhibition in Gayndah

Top tips get Mosley to the final

Top tips get Mosley to the final

You have to be in it to tiwn it.

After battling drought, North Burnett cattle face a pest

After battling drought, North Burnett cattle face a pest

BUFFALO fly is the next major challenge for cattle.

Ex mayor declares war on Don Waugh

Ex mayor declares war on Don Waugh

Bill Mellor has a list of criticisms for his successor

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