It’s been almost two years since the last disastrous floods hit the South Burnett … would we be better prepared if disaster strikes again this summer?
TAFE Queensland South West plumbing teacher Nuccio Monte has come out on top
Lee Porter and Sherianne Talon would like to paint and photograph your favourite place in the South Burnett
The Queensland Dairyfarmers’ Organisation (QDO) says an admission this week from Coles that it had mistreated suppliers was a signal that the Federal Government should strengthen Competition Law to outlaw predatory conduct.
Federal Member for Flynn Ken O’Dowd has called on petrol retailers not to engage in price gouging over the holiday period.
The State Government has topped up the South Burnett Regional Council’s planned $650,000 investment in upgrading Murgon’s swimming pool with an extra $450,000
The chances of a dam being built at Linville have increased following a new State Government report
The Emu Creek campground and day use area in the Benarkin State Forest will be re-opened in time for the Christmas-New Year holidays.
The South Burnett Regional Council seems likely to return to holding general meetings every three weeks in 2015.
Two people suffered minor injuries in a head-on crash on the D’Aguilar Highway on Tuesday afternoon
The full economic potential of the new Wellcamp Airport won’t be unlocked across the local region unless “people get off their backsides”, Wagners’ chairman John Wagner warned a group of South Burnett businesspeople on Monday.
The postponement of Murgon’s annual Christmas Fair because of wet weather failed to dampen enthusiasm for the much-loved event … if anything, crowd numbers at Monday night’s rescheduled Fair were up on last year.
Five local sports clubs have been successful in the latest round of the State Government’s “Get Going” grant scheme.
Blackbutt Visitor Information Centre volunteers and their partners last week attended a thank you celebration acknowledging the contribution they have made promoting Blackbutt and the South Burnett region in 2014.
St Mary’s Aged Care Program in Kingaroy will receive Federal Government funding to provide 25 more aged care places.
A 20-year-old man has been fined $1062 and has automatically lost his driver’s licence for six months after he was allegedly caught speeding across the Wivenhoe Dam wall.
An elderly man has been airlifted to hospital by RACQ CareFlight Rescue with facial injuries after he was kicked in the face by a cow this morning.
The Wide Bay-Burnett Regional Organisation Of Councils (WBBROC) has called on the State Government to test claims by Telstra that parts of the region should no longer be considered as telecommunications “black spots”.
The weather gods may have been a little unkind to some other local Christmas Carnivals recently but they smiled on Kumbia on Sunday.