It’s crunch time for the South Burnett Rugby League with a big day of junior and senior games scheduled at Murgon on Saturday.
Queensland Road Safety Week is kicking off on Monday with plenty of safety slogans about to hit the media … but Kingaroy Police have a simple message: “Make safety, your priority”.
Fifteen people will appear in Murgon Magistrates Court after a string of police drug raids across the South Burnett earlier this week.
Emergency services were called to a single-vehicle crash on the Burnett Highway at Glan Devon, north of Nanango, on Thursday evening.
Australian Associated Press (AAP) has expanded the scope of its fact-checking unit, partnering with Facebook to combat the spread of misinformation on the platform.
The latest extension to Cherbourg’s recycling facility is about to come on line, lifting the potential maximum capacity of the facility to an impressive 10,000 tonnes per annum.
The State Government passed new laws on Thursday to keep young people out of watchhouses.
Residents can explore the new $1.6b Toowoomba Second Range Crossing at a special community day
Conservative political activist – and former managing director of the Australian Christian Lobby – Lyle Shelton will be returning to his old stomping ground next month to speak at several venues in the South Burnett.
Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council has invited nominations from the community to fill a vacancy caused by the recent death of Cr Alana Purcell.
There was plenty of emotion – plus some very enthusiastic musical performances – when the Murgon RSL Sub-Branch celebrated its centenary in Murgon Town Hall on Saturday night.
A Holden Commodore burst into flames on Tuesday night after it ran off the road and crashed into a barbed wire fence near Barkers Creek flats.
Toowoomba councillors voted this week to run another inspection program during the next 12 months to check dog registrations – and dog and cat microchipping.
The State Government has provided $9000 in bursaries to the Queensland Rural Regional and Remote Women’s Network (QRRRWN) for their annual conference at Goondiwindi in September.
The annual BaconFest festival this weekend means several streets in Kingaroy will be closed.
Police are seeking public assistance to help locate a 66-year-old man who was reported missing from Sandgate on Monday afternoon.
A local fire ban is in place until midnight on Friday in the South Burnett and North Burnett council areas due to the high risk of fires starting in the current conditions.
Nanango resident Rosemary Hansen can’t understand why she has had to battle with bureaucracy – and haunt her local MP’s office – to get Queensland Health just to reimburse her Patient Travel Subsidy Scheme entitlements
How does The Shed keep on doing it? On Wednesday night, the boutique venue in Nanango will be hosting yet another international music act …
Toowoomba Regional Council has voted to continue its rate relief scheme for drought-affected farmers.
Children and grandchildren of Vietnam veterans have been encouraged to apply for funding under the Long Tan Bursary scheme.
The Bunya Mountains Community Association hosted a picnic lunch at the new Fishers Lookout deck for Member for Callide Colin Boyce last Friday.
Kingaroy Police will be holding the third in their popular series of “Coffee With A Cop” mornings next week at Shoppingworld.
Kingaroy Cinema’s main theatre was packed to overflowing on Monday night for the special charity screening of the Michael Hutchence biopic, “Mystify”.