Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has unveiled the latest winners of her “Local Hero Grants” program
A proposed “Fair Milk Price” logo to identify milk which pays dairy farmers fairly has been rejected
Maidenwell’s big weekend of events was topped off on Easter Sunday night with the annual town rodeo
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.
Murgon’s Castra retirement complex isn’t usually the first place that springs to mind when talk turns to debutante balls … but that could all be about to change.
Kingaroy Ambulance Station has eight new faces on its work roster, and is now running 24/7
Education Minister Kate Jones confirmed on Friday that Queensland State schools would withdraw from the NAPLAN online testing trial this year.
The Goodger Wetlands – already under a cloud because of the proposed Moreton Resources’ coal mine – has been included in a list of sites to be targeted during this year’s South Burnett Regional Council winter controlled burns.
Internationally famous poet Rupert McCall will be the special guest speaker at the launch of this year’s South Burnett Relay For Life.
Tyre blow-outs have caused a three week delay to the relocation of Blackbutt Memorial Hall
Bookings have opened for this year’s famous Kumbia Brain Drain and tickets are apparently selling fast …
Police are appealing for public assistance to locate a 50-year-old man reported missing from Mondure
Former horse riders who’d like to get back in the saddle can now take a refresher course
Kingaroy Quota has a new executive team for 2017, though their faces will be well known to many
A young man suffered a suspected broken ankle on Saturday after falling from a motorbike at Boondooma
The Nanango and Districts Netball Association has had a membership explosion this year, and the evidence was in plain view on Friday afternoon.
The recent Australian Caravan Club Chairman’s Muster held in Kingaroy injected more than $50,000 into the local economy, according to club records.
A decision to put $250,000 towards the cost of a bitumen car park for the Blackbutt Memorial Hall led to some harsh words at Wednesday’s South Burnett Regional Council meeting.
The South Burnett Regional Council increased water restrictions from Level 2 to Level 3 at Wednesday’s Council meeting in response to falling dam levels.