The Kingaroy Concerned Citizens Group will continue its campaign to put an end to Moreton Resources’ plans to build an open cut coal mine near Kingaroy.
Trainer Pat Duff is on fire … taking out the Wondai Cup for the second year in a row on Saturday with a sizzling finish.
There’s going to be no excuse for South Burnett residents not to be prepared during the upcoming storm and bushfire season with the launch of a handy new guide on Friday.
Visitor numbers at most events in the South Burnett & Cherbourg On Show long weekend were up … which has encouraged organisers.
Cherbourg’s inaugural Yhurri Gurri festival was a key part of the South Burnett & Cherbourg On Show long weekend … and if the performers have their way, it won’t be the last!
The South Burnett’s Relay For Life entered its second decade of fundraising over the weekend with a new set of records under its belt.
The Ford Falcon passed into automotive history on Friday when the last Falcon rolled off the assembly line at Broadmeadows in Victoria.
Two historic wooden buildings which had been threatened with demolition at Nanango Hospital are now safely re-located at Nanango Showgrounds.
Mother and daughter writing team Lesley and Tammy Williams, from Cherbourg, have won the prestigious $25,000 Queensland Premier’s Award for their book, “Not Just Black and White”.
A happy bunch of Kingaroy State School students had the opportunity to get up close and personal with firefighters, ambulance paramedics, police officers and SES volunteers when the Law Enforcement Torch Run hit Kingaroy on Tuesday.
A near-capacity crowd packed the Wondai Regional Art Gallery on Friday night to help launch this year’s South Burnett & Cherbourg On Show Festival.
The October long weekend is almost on us … and the South Burnett is getting ready to shine.
Three droughtmaster cattle raised near Murgon sold for an average $8500 a head at the annual Droughtmaster National Sale in Rockhampton on September 13-14.
Less than four years after Wondai residents were welcoming the return of a taxi to the town, the future of the service again looks bleak.
South Burnett residents have taken the cancer journey of young Violet Box to heart, following the updates from her proud grandad, John Box, on social media.
In a week’s time, Freemason Lodge 134 in Nanango – one of the oldest lodges in Queensland – will officially close its doors for the last time.
The South Burnett Regional Council has voted to include 69 sites on the Local Heritage Register … but nine other properties won’t be included to allow more discussions with the affected owners
Plans to return the former Nanango Railway Station building to its original home in Pioneer Park and turn it into a railway history museum are drawing increasing interest.
Nanango’s Heritage Cup race meeting on Saturday was full of surprises … and all of them were pleasant ones.
Kingaroy Clay Target Club played host at the weekend to 140 shooters – many police or former police – taking part in the Australasian Police and Services Championships.