Some cancer treatments could begin at the Lady Bjelke-Petersen Private Hospital in Kingaroy as early as next month, a meeting of local GPs was told on Thursday evening.
Kingaroy’s sports clubs are just a few months away from being able to use recycled water to keep their fields lush and green year-round, regardless of whether the region is in drought or not.
Nanango Police are all set to move into their new police station with only a few finishing touches to go on the $2.2 million project.
The former Rocky Hill State School building will soon be on the move again … this time to Yarraman’s Heritage House complex in Millar Street.
The weather wasn’t the best – in fact, it was pretty miserable for all the oldies present – but the young footballers taking part in Saturday’s Mini Mod Carnival at Wondai didn’t seem to mind too much.
The Burnett Blues – the northern of the two South Burnett teams taking part in this year’s Toowoomba Rugby League U18s competition – will be keen to knock off Valleys in their top-of-the-table clash to be played in Toowoomba on Saturday.
Kingaroy artist Danielle Leedie is hoping the colours and vibrancy of life in the South Burnett will help her catch the eye of the judges at the upcoming Queensland Regional Art Awards.
Conservative MPs who lost their seats at the recent federal poll can take heart … there is life after politics, and former South Burnett councillor Damien Tessmann is a shining example.
After a nail-biting 10-day wait, LNP candidate Ken O’Dowd – the sitting Member – has finally been able to claim victory in the seat of Flynn.
Blackbutt residents saw concept drawings on Monday showing what the Blackbutt Memorial Hall will look like when it’s moved to a new home near the showground later this year.
Members of the Duff family were out in force at the Wondai Races on Saturday, who came to watch the running of the Neil Duff Memorial Plate and the Lewis Duff Memorial Handicap.
The Kingaroy Art Gallery’s July exhibition offers an insight into a little-known aspect of the region’s past, along with a spread of beautiful craft works being created by present-day artisans.
The seventh annual Raising Hell In Maidenwell – a charity fundraiser organised by the South Burnett Gas Guzzlers club – had a little bit of everything for motoring enthusiasts at the weekend.
The names of many of the South Burnett’s heroes of World War I are engraved on monuments around the district … now they are also recorded forever in a book published by the South Burnett Regional Council as an Anzac Centenary project.
The rainy weather didn’t stop Cherbourg’s annual NAIDOC Day celebrations on Tuesday, or keep away the many visitors who return every year to catch up with friends and family.
Last year former residents of Cherbourg’s Girls Dormitory – known as “domo girls” – held an emotional reunion on the site of the building.
Sitting LNP member Ken O’Dowd looks in real danger of losing his seat of Flynn after Saturday’s Federal Election cliffhanger.
After the longest Federal Election anyone can remember, the status quo seems to have been maintained in the three electorates that criss-cross the South Burnett.
The Red Earth Community Foundation South Burnett has set itself a target of raising $1 million to help future-proof the South Burnett.
Kingaroy played host to members of one of Australia’s least known motorcycle clubs on Wednesday night.