Top 8 stories you may have missed this week
WITH a pub being sold off for $1, wonderful community support being our kindy teachers and a couple taking on the world championships it has been a big week in the South Burnett.
Here’s our pick of the best stories from the week:
There aren’t many things you can buy with $1 these days.
Maybe an icy pole, a scratchie or a song on iTunes. But certainly not a 116-year-old country pub. Or so you would think.
A Maidenwell couple have taken ‘one hell of a ride’ on the world stage for Barrel Racing.
Karli and Michael Sanford pulled on the green and gold for Australia at the World Championships for Barrel Racing
The winner of our South Burnett’s Best Kindy Teacher competition has credited her win to being passionate about childcare, and said it was a team effort across the entire South Burnett.
When Murgon police were called to a home to check on the welfare of a 63-year-old man they called for an ambulance to take him to hospital because he was upset and crying.
The Kingaroy Hospital upgrade development project is well underway with Broad Construction having already started, and an upcoming change in the Kingaroy skyline on the horizon.
It is not certain how former Private MacAllister S. Bichard came to lose his WWI medals.
But after 100 years, they have been found - well, one of them at least.
Up until recently, Paul Halse was a business owner in Murgon.
Blackbutt’s Mitchell Argent will return to his timber town as Stihl Timbersports world champion for the third time.