Last year Kingaroy got a brand new ambulance station, but what many people may not have noticed is that over the past 12 months the town has also attracted a lot of new ambulance workers as well.
The hugely popular Kingaroy Trail Ride, organised by the local Lions Club, is on again this weekend
It’s time to climb up Policeman’s Hill again in Goomeri and send your pumpkins to their fate
The weather has been great for bowls and most clubs are getting along with their club championships calendar.
Students relax when a mentor sits down beside them at Murgon State School.
South Burnett Regional Council is advising residents that water meter readers will begin a systematic inspection of all metered premises, beginning on Saturday (May 30).
Award-winning Kingaroy-based journalist, blogger and occasional southburnett.com.au columnist Bronwyn Marquardt will be part of the line-up at this year’s University of Southern Queensland’s annual writers’ festival.
Sprucing up the formerly run-down Murgon Caravan Park and converting it into a free 48-hour RV Park appears to have paid off for the South Burnett Regional Council and Murgon’s businesses.
The Nanango Race Club’s honours for the season will be finalised at this weekend’s meeting
The long-established Gotta Be Meat butcher shop at 108 Lamb Street has a new name, some new faces behind the counter, and some great new products for customers.
The Services Union is campaigning to hold the new State Government to an election commitment to reform industrial relations legislation.
Work to improve pedestrian safety on the zebra crossing in Haly Street, Kingaroy, will begin on Monday.
Queensland Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg came to Kingaroy on Wednesday to explain the recent Federal Budget to local businesspeople … southburnett.com.au took the opportunity to speak to him for the first time since the change of State Government.
Bronwyn Marquardt’s personal story about being a South Burnett Private Hospital patient
The South Burnett Saints’ men’s team celebrated their first home game of the 2015 competition with a thumping win over Lockyer Valley at Lyle Vidler Oval on Sunday.
Kingaroy’s incredible Josie Potter is doing it again … riding to raise funds for MS Queensland
The Nanango Race Club will be wrapping up its 2014-15 season this weekend with their Autumn Race Meeting.
Many of the South Burnett’s most used community facilities – like our visitor information centres, art galleries, museums and libraries – are run by volunteers.
A 39-year-old Brisbane man has been fined $2500 today after he left his pet dog to cook in a locked car.
Cherbourg State School children have done their bit to help stamp domestic violence out by marching around the town to spread the message that domestic violence isn’t ok … “Not Now, Not Ever”.