South Burnett residents will gather at memorials and monuments all around the region today but there will be none prouder than the men and women who will be attending the opening of Cherbourg’s new Roll Of Honour Board this morning.
The South Burnett Race Club has every reason to be delighted with the numbers for its highly popular Anzac Day program.
The Wondai Race Club will be holding its traditional Anzac Day Race Meeting at the Wondai Racecourse in Cadell Street, Wondai on Saturday.
The South Burnett Regional Council has begun streetscaping Drayton Street in earnest
South Burnett Regional Council will begin roadworks on a section of West Coolabunia and Semgreens roads, Hodgleigh, on Monday (April 27).
Biosecurity Queensland has taken further plant samples for testing from a farm near Charters Towers which is under quarantine after a case of Cucumber green mottle mosaic virus (CGMMV) was detected.
Angry and distressed Cherbourg community leaders and residents have sent an open letter to Prime Minister Tony Abbott calling for more support for The Ration Shed Museum.
The mystery of a photograph showing an old Anzac Day Parade in Kingaroy has been solved
The two week postponement of this year’s Kumbia Charity Campdraft appeared to have little impact on competitor numbers when the event was finally run at the Kumbia Showgrounds last weekend.
The Salvation Army are moving to a new way of delivering help to people in crisis this year
Jim Davies is a man with a mission – he wants to lower anger levels in the community and believes an exercise program he’s developed is the perfect way to do it.
A 67-year-old man was taken to Kingaroy Hospital with minor hand and leg injuries after a car and a moped collided in Kingaroy this morning.
Registrations are now open for the Reconciliation Fun Run between Murgon and Cherbourg on Sunday, May 17.
South Burnett CTC has been funded to deliver a new program in the South Burnett to help support young people leaving the child protection system.
Ninety-four men from Yarraman and surrounding districts enlisted in World War I … 20 did not return. These are amazing figures when you realise the population of the town at the time was just 350 people.
Barambah returned to Murgon to take on visitors Wests on Saturday. Matches between these two sides are always hard fought, no matter where each team sits on the ladder.
A South Burnett trade mission to China may be on the cards to seek export opportunities.and investment
Construction company FK Gardner & Sons has applied to Toowoomba Regional Council for permission to build an $80 million abattoir and milk processing plant near Toowoomba.
The old rule of thumb used to be frosts after Anzac Day but Jack Frost paid an early visit to the South Burnett on Wednesday morning.
The State Government has pulled together 26 Australian Bureau of Statistics sets of data into one place online to allow quick access to facts about Queensland’s various indigenous communities.