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The Burdekin Herald is your first stop for news from the Burdekin and other lesser places.  Started by Lord Ronald Wankworth in 1906, the Burdekin Herald is the oldest and most loved newspaper in the Burdekin district having a readership of 18345 a week, impressive considering the Burdekin population is 18541 – this is a 99.87% penetration rate.

Now BurdekinHerald.com delivers everything from the newspaper for you ad free for free online, which is an impressive business model and in no way will adversely affect newspaper sales.

Now sit back, have a cold beer and read our news and become inspired and confused by the wonderful words of our brilliant and overpaid journalists.   And yes, our logo was made in MS Paint.

Contact the Burdekin Herald on Facebook or Twitter. Our editor is Luke Anscombe.

Website is updated very inconsistently right now as our child workers are attending school.

The contents of this site are entirely fictional and are meant as a parody.  Any resemblance to any person living or dead is purely coincidental, even if they have the same names and are exactly alike in every respect except for a potentially defamatory one.
A parody of our fine shire

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About

The Burdekin Herald is your first stop for news from the Burdekin and other lesser places.  Started by Lord Ronald Wankworth in 1906, the Burdekin Herald is the oldest and most loved newspaper in the Burdekin district having a readership of 18345 a week, impressive considering the Burdekin population is 18541 – this is a 99.87% penetration rate.

Now BurdekinHerald.com delivers everything from the newspaper for you ad free for free online, which is an impressive business model and in no way will adversely affect newspaper sales.

Now sit back, have a cold beer and read our news and become inspired and confused by the wonderful words of our brilliant and overpaid journalists.   And yes, our logo was made in MS Paint.

Contact the Burdekin Herald on Facebook or Twitter. Our editor is Luke Anscombe.

Website is updated very inconsistently right now as our child workers are attending school.

The contents of this site are entirely fictional and are meant as a parody.  Any resemblance to any person living or dead is purely coincidental, even if they have the same names and are exactly alike in every respect except for a potentially defamatory one.
A parody of our fine shire
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