Nanango Police are investigating a break-in which occurred between May 10-11 in South Street, Nanango.
Firefighters have completed backburning operations at a grass fire burning near Goomeri.
A teenage boy was airlifted to Brisbane on Tuesday following a serious fall from a horse in the Mundubbera region.
A man is assisting police following a double break-in at Nanango on Friday.
The Maidenwell Community Group is seeking helpers to man drink stations during the upcoming Easter Running Festival
AgForce is calling for more time for rural landholders to have their say on proposed new Queensland vegetation management laws.
A recent outbreak of anthrax on a cattle property near St George has prompted the State Government to remind farmers to vaccinate cattle and sheep against the killer disease.
The LNP is calling for nominations from party members to contest the seat of Blair at the next Federal Election.
A CSIRO national survey on attitudes toward mining shows that three-quarters of Australians think mining companies should gain consent from local communities before development.
The Proston Show was “blessed with kind weather, green grass and a good range of exhibits” … these words from Federal MP Ken O’Dowd at the official opening summed up Saturday’s 60th annual show very nicely.
Vandals have struck at the Kingaroy Swimming Pool twice in two weekends.
Police are astounded that 15 alleged drug drivers have been detected in the South Burnett since last Thursday.
Three young boys have been charged after a mini-bus was allegedly stolen from a government property in Murgon on Sunday night and crashed into a fence in Cherbourg.
A suggestion by the Queensland Teachers’ Union that teachers place Eureka Flag stickers on their private property in schools has raised the ire of Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington.
The Grand Final of the South Burnett’s local senior cricket competition will be played on Saturday at Murgon State High School.
Murgon Leather is set to receive a half a million dollar expansion, thanks to assistance from the Federal Government.
Over the past few years, the South Burnett Regional Council has had to organise both Drought Recovery and Flood Recovery barbecues and information sessions to help ease the pain of natural disasters in the area.
Kingaroy Men’s Shed now has some of the latest computer equipment thanks to the very grateful son of one of the members.
Kaitlin Moat, from Nanango, is the lucky 2018 recipient of South Burnett Women’s $5000 Dr Ellen Mary Kent Hughes Memorial Scholarship.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington will be holding a second mobile office in Murgon after her last visit was quickly booked out.
Land valuation notices have been issued by the Queensland Valuer-General for properties in the Toowoomba Regional Council area.
A charity dinner to help “Lift the Lid” on mental health issues – as well as the career of retiring Police Prosecutor Sgt Wayne Bushell – filled Kingaroy Town Hall on Saturday night.