Brett Heading and Dr Susan Mercer have every reason to smile after the couple’s Clovely Estate winery won two major awards plus gold, silver and four bronze medals at the 31st Annual Queensland Wine Awards.
Murgon Sportsground is hosting a big day of junior rugby league action on Saturday
An era came to an end this week when President John Lee did not seek re-election at the Nanango Race Club’s Annual General Meeting
The Kingaroy swimming pool is undergoing a major refurbishment so its summer re-opening has been pushed back a bit later than usual this year.
Goomeri and Kilkivan organisations have been invited to take advantage of Gympie Regional Council’s free native plant tubestock program.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has investigated alleged misleading conduct in the pork industry arising from claims such as “free range”, “bred free range” and “bred outdoors”.
This year’s South Burnett Community Christmas Light competition will have the richest prizes on record, thanks to the generous sponsorship of West Australian businesswoman Gina Rinehart who has been investing in the region.
Preliminary work for a $3 million upgrade of Blackbutt’s storm water system will be completed this week
A 73-year-old Kingaroy man was airlifted to Nambour Hospital after a crash just north of Memerambi
Murgon high school student Neil Collard will be having an operation next week to fix a torn knee ligament … not an unusual injury for any sportsman to suffer.
The completion of Nanango’s streetscape project will be celebrated with a community street party
A sumptuous dinner of South Burnett foods and wines will officially launch this year’s October long weekend
A street parade will be one of the highlights of this year’s Bendigo Community Bank Bloomin’ Beautiful Blackbutt festival.
St John Ambulance have an ambitious goal: they want to have a first responder on every street in every Aboriginal community in Queensland to help save lives.
A team from the RACQ will be visiting Cherbourg on Friday (September 4) to give local children lessons in how to be safe in and around cars.
Results from the Kingaroy Basketball Association games played on September 1-2
Moreton Resources announced today it will be going ahead with the next step in its bid to turn part of its major South Burnett asset – MDL385 – into a working coal mine.
Red Earth Community Foundation is running a free training day next week for committee members of South Burnett not-for-profit community groups – but you must register today! (September 3).
There was enough blood sloshing around inside the Kumbia Memorial Hall on Saturday night to keep even the thirstiest vampire feeling satisfied.
Remember the old joke about drinking and driving … you might spill a drop?