Kingaroy Shoppingworld will be taking on a bridal atmosphere until Saturday for Wedding and Formal Week
Commercial Radio Australia released the first official radio ratings for the Kingaroy area on Wednesday – and the results will put smiles on the faces of the folks at Hit-FM (formerly C-FM / Hot-FM).
Time is running out for people wanting to take advantage of the latest opportunity to have their say on AGL’s proposed Coopers Gap wind farm.
Hot on the heels of their successful “Open House’ day at Durong in March, BIEDO is taking the concept to Murgon next month.
The Fair Work Ombudsman plans to check 200 businesses in the Wide Bay region as part of a new compliance campaign.
Unemployment in the Wide Bay statistical area – which includes the South Burnett – has dropped slightly from last month, but is still up on the same time last year.
A free workshop to help inspire local businesspeople will be held in Kingaroy next week.
A Queensland company is planning to build a massive solar farm next to the Woolooga high-voltage sub-station on the Wide Bay Highway.
The South Burnett Regional Council has given the go-ahead to three new business developments in Kingaroy and Nanango.
Centrelink, Medicare and Child Support services are gearing up for the public holidays – but the government agencies also face upcoming industrial action.
Employers have been reminded by the State Government that Easter Sunday is now a public holiday.
A new wedding industry group aims to make it easier to organise a wedding in the South Burnett, as well as offer locals more choices for their nuptials.
A new study looking at the best and worst council areas for median house price growth over the past two decades has flagged the neighbouring North Burnett as one of Australia’s worst performers.
A Fair Work Ombudsman’s report claims one in three audited Australian businesses are failing to pay their apprentices the correct wages.
A record 2.1 million visitors came to Southern Queensland Country over the past 12 months, according to the latest National Visitor Survey Domestic Tourism Snapshot.
Empty shops in Kingaroy shouldn’t be seen as indicating there’s something wrong with the South Burnett’s economy, Mayor Keith Campbell told the Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce on Monday night.
Murgon young people may be able to boost their employment chances with the introduction of Employability Skills Training to the region.
Maranoa MP David Littleproud has accused Pauline Hanson of “holding the region’s economy to ransom”
Ergon Energy crews from Kingaroy are on their way north so they can respond as quickly as possible after Cyclone Debbie crosses the Queensland coast.
Controversy over Adani’s proposed Carmichael coal mine could spill over to the South Burnett