If you rang Triple 0, would an ambulance be able to find your property quickly?
A public meeting will be held next week to support this month’s decision by the SBRC to declare the South Burnett the first motorcycle friendly region in Queensland.
In almost a carbon copy of last year’s A Grade South Burnett cricket grand final, Murgon Crusaders proved too strong for Wooroolin Warriors at the weekend.
A young man suffered a suspected broken ankle on Saturday after falling from a motorbike at Boondooma
Wags were playing with words when they suggested that “She Will Rain” left her rivals in her wake in last week’s “Golden Galoshes” at Rosehill.
Moreton Resources will push ahead on completing an EIS for its proposed Kingaroy coal mine
The only hitch during another great night of racing at the Kingaroy Speedway last Saturday was a blackout which knocked out the lights for a short time.
The Queensland Dairyfarmers’ Organisation has refuted Parmalat Australia’s “unprecedented attack” on the industry.
TSBE is taking 250 business people to Hong Kong on September 3-7 to build new trade links
Queensland primary producers now have access to grants of up to $2500 to help tackle family business and succession planning.
Aboriginal people have been excluded from the debate over the proposed changes to the Racial Discrimination Act, according to Amnesty International.
A man aged in his 30s had been airlifted to a Brisbane hospital after a parachute jump went wrong at Toogoolawah on Friday.
Clayton’s Towing has successfully recovered the 23.5 tonne excavator which fell through the derelict Ennis Bridge at Brooklands on Tuesday.
While many South Burnett residents were relaxing at Wine and Food in the Park – or having fun at the Proston Show – there was a much more serious get-together also taking place in the region.
This weekend’s Goomeri Show promises two days full of family fun, providing the rain stays away.
Unemployment in the South Burnett has fallen by 0.4 per cent in the year to December 2016, according to new data released by the Department of Employment.
Wood sculptor Shane Christensen will be making a return journey to Blackbutt this Friday, Saturday and Sunday (March 24-26) to create artworks for the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail.
The first woman to command a ship in the Royal Australian Navy will be a special guest speaker at this year’s Anzac Day commemorations in Kingaroy.
Did you know that you commit the offence of drink driving if you drive a motor vehicle on private property whilst over the legal limit?
The South Burnett Regional Council will help Workplace Health and Safety officers investigate the circumstances that led to a contractor being seriously injured on Tuesday.