Here’s the fishing report for Boondooma and Bjelke-Petersen dams for the week ending Monday, July 6:
The junior Eagles looked eager and Murgon Showgrounds looked a treat for the kick-off on Monday morning of the 50th anniversary 43kg junior rugby league carnival.
No you weren’t imagining it, there were a LOT of Minis on South Burnett roads at the weekend.
When Brisbane’s Lance Lamb began his career as an artist in 1994, it was earlier than he’d expected
South Burnett cyclist Josie Potter and her team did well in this year’s gruelling Brissie To Bay marathon
The South Burnett rugby league competition has been thrown wide open after Saturday’s A Grade double-header in Kingaroy.
The business premises of Mortimer & Co accountants were broken into in Mary Street, Kingaroy, on Saturday night.
The Nanango and District Netball Association’s car park is looking a lot brighter these days. And it’s all thanks to Stanwell Corporation.
Benarkin resident Liz Hollens-Riley has tossed her hat into the ring for Division 2 at the next South Burnett Regional Council election.
Australians will be invited to have their say on Constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians in a series of community conferences which will begin later this year.
A 22-year-old man was taken to Kingaroy Hospital with arm and other injuries on Friday night after a collision between a car and a motorbike in Fisher Street, Kingaroy.
The South Burnett Speedway Club has announced that it has received “major funding” from a government grants program to do significant upgrades at its Kingaroy track over the next 12 months.
A 45-year-old Kumbia man will appear in Kingaroy Magistrates Court next month charged with dangerous driving causing death following a fatal crash on the Bunya Highway earlier this year.
Wondai marked a milestone on Sunday when it held its 10th annual Reserve Forces Day commemoration … and guests came from all over Queensland for the occasion.
Mundubbera bowler Kelvin Wiley, who plays at Binjour, took home the coveted Burnett District Men’s Singles title in a Champion of Champions match played at Yarraman on Saturday.
The official draw for the 50th anniversary 43kg Junior Rugby League Carnival – which kicks off in Murgon on Monday (July 6) – has been released.
There’s plenty of activities happening in the South Burnett this week as part of NAIDOC celebrations.
The anti-mining group Lock The Gate has alleged that New Hope Coal has been paying royalties to itself from the controversial Acland coal mine.
Some of the Durong Dingo Sanctuary’s immediate fencing problems have been solved … thanks to fundraising, generous donations and the help of a bunch of eager young volunteers.
New research released by Tourism and Events Queensland (TEQ) today estimates there has been an 11.3 per cent rise in domestic tourism across the Southern Queensland Country region in the year ending March 2015.