Detectives have charged two men with driving offences after a violent burglary at Esk on Sunday
Four of the South Burnett’s best wineries will be parading their wares at this year’s Wine and Food In The Park Festival, and they’ll be joined by two “out of town” wineries.
Have you noticed something new around the South Burnett lately?
A special one-day Endeavour Rally chose Endeavour’s Kingaroy Kitchen as its lunch-stop on Sunday
Member for Callide Jeff Seeney has defended the LNP government’s $495 million “Royalties For Regions” program after it came under attack in State Parliament last week.
Police have issued an urgent warning about a deadly new drug detected in Queensland which can kill in even tiny quantities.
Citizen Of The Year Elaine Madill has spoken out against capital city media knocking Australia Day
The Coopers Gap Wind Farm project has moved another step forward with news the Queensland Office of the Coordinator-General has accepted AGL’s Environmental Impact Statement.
The South Burnett Regional Council will join five other councils to promote inland drive tourism in an effort to raise the number of caravanners and “grey nomads” passing through the area.
A decision to make 40 channel CB radios illegal from June 1 has been overturned.
A crowd of more than 50 packed into the Wondai Regional Art Gallery on Friday night hoping for art bargain, and several walked away with special finds.
South Burnett fans of live theatre are in for a special treat this year – two major productions
Former South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann is now an honorary ambassador for Wellcamp Airport
Monday’s alert by Workplace Health and Safety about a change in quad bike regulations from February 1 has caused some concern in the South Burnett community.
Children under eight will not be allowed to be carried as passengers on quad bikes under new laws that come into effect on Wednesday (February 1).
Thirty-two years of singing is a record very few choral groups ever achieve, but Sing Australia will be notching up another birthday this year.
Ex-MP – and former Kingaroy farmer – Ian Macfarlane has surprised his old Coalition colleagues with a suggestion that Australia Day be moved from January 26.
Australians are very fond of the arts, with four in five of us consuming it and more than one in five producing it every year.
Road users are being reminded to take extra care in school zones with Queensland students returning to class.
The controversial New Acland Stage 3 coal mine is one step closer following Federal approval on Friday