The first round of public consultations on the proposed $5 million revitalisation of the Kingaroy CBD revealed a surprise result on Thursday … everyone is keen for improvements to be made in Kingaroy, Alford and Haly streets ahead of the creation of a “Kingaroy Plaza” in Glendon Street.
Almost 100 children in Kingaroy and Nanango are about to get the chance to learn a second language …before they even start school.
Queensland will soon have its first Indigenous judge following an announcement on Thursday by Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath.
A 29-year-old woman will appear in Kingaroy Magistrates Court on May 14 after she allegedly tested positive to methylamphetamine.
Recent rainfall has lifted dam levels slightly, but not enough to ease current town water restrictions
Thirty-three not-for-profit community groups will share $83,550 worth of Council community grants
South Burnett CTC has received $1.02 million from the Federal Government to continue its Reconnect Service for at-risk youth for another five years.
Ergon Energy repair crews were called to the corner of Alford Street East and Fisher Street on Wednesday evening after a power pole was damaged by a truck.
Artworks collected in Alice Springs over 25 years will be on display in Blackbutt on April 28
The South Burnett Junior Motorcycle Club is opening its doors on Sunday (March 25) for a special come’n’try motocross day.
The outlook for the South Burnett’s regional economy is looking bright, according to South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell.
Murgon needs a funding boost for crime prevention, not a massive 85 per cent funding cut in Neighbourhood Watch services, Opposition Leader and Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington said on Wednesday.
Murgon’s IGA supermarket will be able to expand after the South Burnett Regional Council voted to waive two conditions attached to an approval it issued for the project last November.
Cuts to community services are likely to continue next year as the South Burnett Regional Council looks for extra savings it can redirect into road maintenance.
The LNP has slammed the State Government’s proposal to introduce a new waste levy, saying it will hurt businesses and everyday Queenslanders.
AgForce has described as “rushed and ridiculous” and an “absolute joke” the way consultations for proposed new vegetation management laws are being handled by the State Government.
Legislation to improve mine safety – including contractors and workers in small mines – was introduced into State Parliament on Tuesday.
Kingaroy Lions Club will be holding their annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 31
Kingaroy Police have had another busy week, with assaults, drink drivers and drugs matters keeping officers busy.
The State Government will introduce a waste levy to stop Queensland being a dumping ground for interstate waste.