St Mary’s students whipped the opposition into shape at the recent Queensland Whipcracking Titles held at Clifton.
South Burnett CTC calls for investigation into Four Corners’ allegations
The funeral for former Gympie and Kilkivan mayor Ron Dyne will be held on Monday in Gympie
The new 2015-16 Southern Queensland Country Visitors’ Guide guide is about to hit the streets – and hopefully the gloveboxes of would-be tourists to the local area.
A woman in her 50s has been taken to Kingaroy Hospital following a single vehicle accident on the D’Aguilar Highway near Nanango this afternoon.
Artworks by Cherbourg’s Yidding Artists group will be featured at an exhibition to mark the 17th birthday of the Gympie Regional Gallery.
The South Burnett B Grade cricket Preliminary Finals will be played on Saturday.
The outdoor movie held in Wondai’s Coronation Park on Thursday night enchanted its audience of young and old fans as the magical tale of the princess with the ice-cold touch unfolded on the big screen.
The RACQ has called on the ACCC to act following the release of a quarterly report into petrol prices
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has labelled as a “kneejerk reaction” a decision by the new State Government to put on hold a proposal to construct a flood mitigation dam in the Linville area
The South Burnett Regional Council began seeking public feedback today on whether it should retain its current quarterly rates notices or move back to half-yearly or annual rates bills.
Aficionados of al fresco dining will have another opportunity to dine under the stars on the Friday night before this year’s South Burnett’s iconic Wine and Food in the Park Festival.
Painting will begin soon at Nanango Hospital as a part of a program of backlogged maintenance work in the local health district – and local painters have been invited to tender for the job.
Local public health officials are warning residents to take care with foods that contain raw or undercooked eggs after a recent increase in salmonella cases in Queensland.
Last Thursday Piers Shapley swapped his pizza paddle for a sandbag shovel.
Murgon residents have been asked to conserve water after a major breakdown at the local water treatment plant.
Months of fund-raising by the Murgon community – spearheaded by the Murgon Rotary Club – paid off on Wednesday morning with the arrival of a new bus at Southern Cross Care Castra.
Tingoora residents will ask NBNCo to explain why it wants to build a 40m tower close to town
The Darling Downs Hospital and Health Board visited on Tuesday and when they left, Cherbourg had a new Women’s Service, and other local hospitals were told they would share in $249,000 worth of new items