The 109th Kingaroy Show will be running on Saturday and Sunday, and organisers are hoping for fine weather and bumper crowds this year.
A six-year-old girl suffered severe cuts to her face when she was kicked by horse near Goodger on Friday morning.
South Burnett punters looking for an omen bet in future may like to put their hard-earned on a Chris Munce-trained colt that is currently being put through its paces at Eagle Farm.
Cement Australia and its associated companies have been fined $18.6 million after an 8 year court case
Ergon Energy has urged building and construction industries workers to take more care after a sharp rise in electrical related incidents.
A $4.4 million project will create a dental and community health building on Kingaroy Hospital’s grounds
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington today encouraged South Burnett voters to tell the State Government that their voice matters by signing an online petition.
The Yarraman Library is about to get a makeover, and will close its doors on May 5 before re-opening with a new look and feel.
The South Burnett Race Club’s Anzac Day fixture generated excitement for several local parties and, fortunately, some spillages came to safe conclusions.
Core Queensland public sector workers will receive a one-off $1300 bonus soon to compensate them for a 16-month delay in negotiating their annual pay increase.
A $40 million overhaul – which will involve more than 350 extra people on site – began at Tarong North Power Station on Wednesday.
Aussie star Michael Caton will be the special guest at the 10th anniversary Heritage Bank Nanango Film Festival
Nanango Lions Club members were kept busy at the weekend celebrating the 60th anniversary of the club
The Nanango Show had something for everyone … from Peppa Pig and train rides for the kids, to motorbike barrel racing, a cutting competition and trots on the main oval.
An online fundraising page has been launched to help the family of a toddler who suffered critical burns in a house fire at Eidsvold on Tuesday.
A funeral service will be held for well-known South Burnett resident Eric Profke in Yarraman next week.
There just three tables left to fill – as well as a couple of single or double spots – for the black tie “The Sky’s The Limit” charity ball at Kingaroy Town Hall on May 21.
That first Anzac Day on April 25, 2015 established the Australian character and set the standard for all the soldiers, sailors and airmen who followed.
Wondai’s traditional Anzac Day race meeting always attracts a good crowd of punters after the morning’s commemorations have wound up, but the seriousness of the day is not forgotten.
Results from Kingaroy Basketball games played on Tuesday, April 26: