Kingaroy resident Peter Ranasinghe is used to shepherding Australian tour groups on treks along the challenging Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea.
A man aged in his 50s suffered suspected spinal injuries when he fell about three metres off a roof on Monday afternoon.
Electricity prices look set to rise again in regional Queensland.
Kingaroy-based Wards Electrical has been awarded a State Government contract to perform maintenance at four local schools.
South Burnett residents wondering when the nbn will reach their homes or workplaces should be pleased by a major update to the nbn website.
Durong grazier – and former Q&A panellist – Georgie Somerset has been appointed to the Board of the ABC.
Results from South Burnett Futsal games played in Kingaroy on February 23
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington says it’s “common sense” to make the South Burnett one State Electorate
Detectives have charged two men with driving offences after a violent burglary at Esk on Sunday
Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate a 21-year-old Kingaroy woman missing since Saturday evening.
Detectives are investigating a violent burglary which occurred early on Sunday morning at Esk.
Cherbourg senior health worker Cec “Pickle” Brown has been commended for his dedication to helping South Burnett school children achieve their full learning potential.
Cooler weather must be coming … local football players are beginning to gear up for another big season.
Members of the Forest Hill Stock and Rural Crime Investigation Squad have today charged a 36-year-old Beaudesert woman following a protracted and extensive investigation into allegations of the misuse of donations received by a horse charity.
Deputy Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington looks set to take the South Burnett towns of Wondai, Murgon, Cherbourg, Goomeri and Proston away from Callide MP Jeff Seeney.
The State Government will release on Friday (February 24) $500,000 more vouchers for the popular Get Started sports program.
Tourism Minister Kate Jones reassured the delegates at this week’s Southern Queensland Country Tourism conference in Kingaroy that the State Government was behind them in their efforts.
Unemployment fell by just 0.3 percentage points in Wide Bay over the past 12 months, figures released on Thursday by Treasurer Curtis Pitt reveal.
Almost 40 teams have registered for this weekend’s huge Soccer Sevens carnival at Tom Alford Oval in Kingaroy.
Have you noticed something new around the South Burnett lately?