Two more of Stanwell’s massive new Hitachi dump trucks have been hauled into the South Burnett for use at the Meandu Mine.
All the South Burnett and adjacent areas are now officially drought-declared which opens the way for local primary producers to access more assistance
Kingaroy is known as the peanut capital of Australia, but the way things are looking at Proteco Gold, perhaps it should be adding almonds to the tourist signboards.
A revised proposed draw for the 2014 South Burnett junior and senior rugby league competitions was released this evening.
Forget about green thumbs. It seems a would-be gardening enthusiast may have light fingers
The restarting of Unit 4 at Tarong Power Station is one step closer following the removal of the cracked rotor and its transportation to NSW for repairs.
South Burnett builders and contractors will have the chance to meet the Tim Mander, the Minister for Housing and Public Works, in Nanango next week.
The State Government has released a discussion paper to gather public input on developing new rules about land access for resource companies.
In a great coup for our region, Nanango will take on 2013 Toowoomba Premier League Grand Finalists, Willowburn, on Saturday March 15 in Kingaroy at 5:00pm.
Two public meetings will be held in later this month to look at reopening some local QCWA branches
The drought has forced the cancellation of the Prime Cattle Section at this year’s Nanango Show.
South Burnett Directions – the economic think tank charged with overseeing economic development in the region – is exploring ways to expand local health services.
Upgrades to the South Burnett Private Hospital in Kingaroy will begin soon, funded jointly by the South Burnett Regional Council, Kingaroy Rotary and the Federal Government.
Southern Queensland Country Tourism has launched its new travel guide for the region.
Regional Development Australia (Wide Bay Burnett) will be hosting a “State of the Region” Conference in Hervey Bay next month.
Queenslanders are being asked for their ideas on how to reduce the State’s $80 billion debt.
The eight cent tariff paid to owners of PV Solar power systems owners by Energex and Ergon Energy will end on June 30, Deputy Premier Jeff Seeney said today.
A group of Cherbourg women has been working hard to pull apart the threads that make up their lives, and then put them back together … all sewed neatly on to two dozen tea towels.
The Kingaroy Lions Club held their annual Lions Youth Of The Year Quest club finals last week.
Two teenage girls have been charged after graffiti was spraypainted at KSHS at the weekend.