Teams of pink-attired “cricketers” and a loyal band of supporters descended on Kingaroy’s TJ O’Neill Oval on Sunday
Dimities Cafe chef (and well-known Wondai garden lover) Graham Mitchell has come up with a unique way to help flood victims in the Bundaberg area … pot plants.
South Burnett Regional Council says there may be financial assistance and other support available to people who are experiencing difficulties because of the recent floods.
A Cherbourg man charged with “glassing” his former girlfriend on February 4 last year has been cleared by a Kingaroy jury.
There’s country hospitality, and then there’s beyond-the-call-of-duty country hospitality …
The floods have had a positive result for at least one local South Burnett-based service.
So you think you could never draw? Well Jumping Ant Arts is keen to prove otherwise.
A 46-year-old Brooklands man convicted on a child sex charge will serve three months in jail after he was sentenced in the District Court in Kingaroy on Thursday.
The mobile breastscreening van at Kingaroy Hospital is definitely up and running, despite all the recent rain.
Sunshine Coast artist Jandamarra Cadd is bringing his travelling exhibition “Past. Present. Future” to the Wondai Regional Art Gallery in February.
The South Burnett Youth Choir is hosting six free open rehearsals in February for children interested in becoming singers.
No special permits will be required to clean up flooded waterways, the State Government assured landholders today.
Wondai Proston Junior Rugby League Football Club will be conducting its Junior and Senior Sign On Day on February 9.
There’s been a number of recent changes to the South Burnett’s event program:
Deputy Police Commissioner Brett Pointing will be appointed to lead the disaster recovery efforts and the rebuilding of Queensland in the wake of this week’s devastating floods.
All South Burnett schools will be open for normal classes on Thursday, January 31.
Federal Member for Maranoa Bruce Scott today called on the Federal Government not to allow vulnerable people affected by floodwaters in the electorate to “slip through the cracks”.
Relieved Yarraman residents say the town has been spared a repeat of the damage suffered in the 2011 floods.
Long-serving Nanango Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr John Robinson has been recognised at a special ceremony
A driver was lucky to escape injury when their car skidded off the D’Aguilar Highway on the outskirts of Kingaroy on Saturday night.