The big brass from the Queensland Police rolled into Kingaroy on Wednesday to salute some of the area’s finest boys (and girl) in blue.
Member for Maranoa Bruce Scott is encouraging South Burnett community organisations to apply for a grant from the Federal Government’s $20 million Volunteer Grants program.
Kingaroy RSL Services chased down the Wondai Wolves to win by five wickets in their A Grade game played at Lyle Vidler Oval on Saturday.
Goomeri State School held its Awards Night last Thursday, November 19 at the Goomeri Hall of Memory.
Results for Kingaroy Basketball Association games played on November 24, including the B Grade semi-finals
Local businessman Terry Fleischfresser has joined the list of candidates contesting the Council elections.
A life-size bronze statue of tennis champion Roy Emerson will be erected in Blackbutt following a successful fundraising lunch held in the town at the weekend.
Local councils will receive $3,361,527 under the second quarter of the Federal Government’s Financial Assistance Grants program, Federal Member for Wide Bay Warren Truss said today.
The Queensland Dairyfarmers Organisation is concerned by proposed changes to Queensland’s tick and Bovine Johne’s Disease (BJD) biosecurity legislation.
Kingaroy is looking tired and shabby and could really do with a facelift, South Burnett Deputy Mayor Keith Campbell told 45 members who attended the Kingaroy Chamber Of Commerce and Industry’s Annual General Meeting on Tuesday night.
A business delegation from the South and North Burnett was on hand at Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport on Monday to witness the arrival of the first international flight into Australia’s newest airport
Four major incidents occurred recently which sent rescuers running, but there was no need to panic
Police are investigating after a 54-year-old Roma woman died in a motorcycle crash on the Bunya Mountains Road on Tuesday morning.
Staff and students from TAFE Queensland South West recently banded together to raise almost $2500 for Buy a Bale to support farmers in need.
Two South Burnett U18s teams have been offered slots in the Toowoomba competition for 2016.
It’s good news for shoppers but bad news for workers looking forward to a longer holiday break
An amazing thing happened in Kingaroy on Monday afternoon … the Kingaroy Town Hall was packed to overflowing for a funeral.
They didn’t say they’d never play again … it just took them about 25 years to do it.
Meet Angela Myles, the new principal who’ll be taking over at St Mary’s Catholic College on January 1.
Toowoomba Regional Council has accepted the Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise board’s recommendation that retiring Chair John Wagner be replaced by former Chief Executive Officer Shane Charles.