Fourteen young touch footballers from Murgon State High School will be heading of to the beach next month to represent Cherbourg.
The South Burnett XI – better known these days as the “Bush Pigs” – will be taking on Gympie in the final of the Goodchild Shield competition on Sunday at Lyle Vidler Oval in Kingaroy.
Nanango State School is celebrating its 150th anniversary with activities on Friday and Saturday
Police have received no reports about a dog-fighting ring allegedly operating in the South Burnett area.
Valentine’s Day – the day now associated with love and romance – falls this Sunday, February 14
The leading pair in the parade for the opening event at Nanango on Saturday will both display pink hearts in their jockeys’ colours.
A crew from Channel 10′s lifestyle program “The Living Room” has been paying a visit to the South Burnett over the past few days.
The Nanango Show Society don’t allow any dust to gather under their feet … or their Showground
Lack of spending by the State and Federal governments on main roads in Queensland is killing people, South Burnett mayor Wayne Kratzmann told the February Council meeting.
Where were you when the coins began to mix … on the 14th of February 1966?
Several people will appear in court following a high visibility traffic operation carried out on Wednesday evening by police from Gayndah and the Kingaroy Road Policing Unit.
The Nanango Race Club will be holding its popular annual Valentine’s Race Meeting at the Lee Park Raceway on Saturday.
“I came from a small farming district … and I had the privilege to become Deputy PM”
The annual Blackbutt Show will be held on Saturday, May 14 this year. And this week the Blackbutt Show Society released its 2016 Pavilion Schedule.
A head-on collision on the Wide Bay Highway on Tuesday afternoon has claimed the life of one of Goomeri’s best-known residents.
Nanango businesswoman Sandy Towell has joined the three other candidates who will be contesting Division 1
Fighting breast cancer, battling depression and the need to get metropolitan galleries to sell more rural art might seem an unusual set of themes for an exhibition …
A man charged in relation to a brawl where a man died has been given six months’ probation
A heavily pregnant woman was remanded back in custody for a week when she appeared by videolink from the Brisbane Women’s Prison in Kingaroy Magistrates Court on Monday afternoon.
A 25-year-old woman who refused to say who was driving her car when it twice failed to stop for police was sentenced to 50 days jail when she appeared by videolink in Kingaroy Magistrates Court on Monday afternoon.