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Long time readers look back

premium_icon Long time readers look back

We interviewed some of the South Burnett Time’s most loyal readers about...

GALLERY: It’s all coming up Ballogie!

premium_icon GALLERY: It’s all coming up Ballogie!

Rural Fire Brigade’s plans to create community hub are well on the way.

Fossil enthusiast’s dreams come true with $1.59M project

premium_icon Fossil enthusiast’s dreams come true with $1.59M project

State of the art Murgon gallery and fossil museum floor plans revealed.

OPINION: Fighting for what we believe in

premium_icon OPINION: Fighting for what we believe in

Like the Murgon Target, there has been numerous times the South Burnett community...

OPINION: Lock up, speak up and help keep crime down

premium_icon OPINION: Lock up, speak up and help keep crime down

It’s time for us to band together as a community against theft and petty crime.

Community meets to discuss future of Murgon Target

premium_icon Community meets to discuss future of Murgon Target

Will Murgon lose one of it’s most iconic department stores for good?

Victim’s fear: ‘I feel vulnerable in my own home’

premium_icon Victim’s fear: ‘I feel vulnerable in my own home’

“It just makes me feel sick that someone out there would prey on and take advantage...

Community hub reopens after enduring financial blow

premium_icon Community hub reopens after enduring financial blow

Kingaroy Salvation Army is now appealing for residents to help them through tough...

Do you know what services are on offer during pandemic?

premium_icon Do you know what services are on offer during pandemic?

Council announces new imitative to help residents to find the right service during...

Why the Burnett’s DV rates have been on the rise since 2001

premium_icon Why the Burnett’s DV rates have been on the rise since 2001

There’s more to the statistics than meets the eye.

Councillors launch quirky project to lift spirits

premium_icon Councillors launch quirky project to lift spirits

Have you noticed the colour yellow splashed across town? Here’s why.

Leaders to represent on community committees unveiled

premium_icon Leaders to represent on community committees unveiled

During the first council meeting, various roles were appointed to the...

Finding kindness amongst the coronavirus

Finding kindness amongst the coronavirus

A month ago I wrote about opening our hearts to those in need and I’ve never been...

Neighbourhood rallies to remember spirit of the Anzacs

premium_icon Neighbourhood rallies to remember spirit of the Anzacs

This quiet suburban street is ready to light up the dawn tomorrow, as Australia...

OPINION: Seeing the best of the Burnett

premium_icon OPINION: Seeing the best of the Burnett

Sometimes it takes a tragedy to see the true-blue spirit of your community shine...

PHOTO GALLERY: ‘Take this terrible event as a warning’

premium_icon PHOTO GALLERY: ‘Take this terrible event as a warning’

This father whisked his family to safety in a pair of pyjama bottoms

ANZAC DAY: The show must go on

premium_icon ANZAC DAY: The show must go on

Local singing sensation, Louise Winton, isn’t letting the pandemic stop her from...

Q and A: Council’s freshest face reveals her worst habit

premium_icon Q and A: Council’s freshest face reveals her worst habit

Newly elected Division 4 councillor Kirstie Schumacher is this week’s Q&A...

QUESTION: How has your life changed during COVID-19?

premium_icon QUESTION: How has your life changed during COVID-19?

Regional women are being urged to submit responses via new campaign.

What do a fruit shop and a real estate agent have in common?

What do a fruit shop and a real estate agent have in common?

They both want to help our older residents get through this pandemic period.

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