Toowoomba Regional Council says it’s ready for any potential trouble from the remnants of Cyclone Debbie
When Bill Larsen was a boy, his first love was building model aeroplanes. But then family came along
Maranoa MP David Littleproud has accused Pauline Hanson of “holding the region’s economy to ransom”
Moreton Resources will push ahead on completing an EIS for its proposed Kingaroy coal mine
The historic Mary Valley Rattler will hit the tracks in Gympie once again following final approval of $4.7 million in funding through the State Government’s $200 million Works for Queensland program.
Queensland has called on the Federal Government to reverse planned community legal services cuts
Wondai resident Noel Selway is probably best known for his work organising the annual Reserve Forces Day Parade in the town.
The long-awaited refurbishment of Kingaroy’s courthouse is expected to start at the end of March, more than six months after the tender for the project closed.
The South Burnett has become the first “motorcycle friendly” region in Queensland.
Motorists travelling on the D’Aguilar Highway towards Kilcoy should keep an eye out for roadworks
It was a case of third time lucky on Sunday afternoon when friends and supporters of South Burnett Deputy Mayor Kathy Duff held an official opening for the recently renamed Kathy Duff Bridge at Silverleaf.
Community groups only have until the end of March to apply for support in the latest round of the Heritage Nanango Community Funding scheme.
Wondai has drawn praise from an unlikely source: the Bellingen Shire Courier-Sun, one of the oldest newspapers in northern NSW.
Crime in Murgon is a problem that stretches back more than a century, Senior Sergeant Lance Guteridge told the Murgon Business and Development Association’s most recent meeting.
Levels are getting quite low in our two dams, but that’s not stopping the fish from biting and the anglers leaving with smiles on their faces.
The 2017 Yarraman Horse Ride – described as “the best yet” by some participants – attracted 118 riders to the South Burnett on Saturday.
Ballooning State Penalties Enforcement Registry debt has forced the Government to introduce new options to pay down fines.
A National Party campaign to get more Federal Government facilities on the ground in rural and regional areas was launched on Wednesday … but residents only have nine days to make a submission.
The South Burnett is poised to declare itself the first “motorcycle friendly” region in Australia to encourage more motorcyclists to tour the region.
South Burnett residents wondering when the NBN will reach their homes or workplaces should be pleased by a major update to the NBN website announced on Monday.