Beef producers will now be able to market their cattle as “Grain Fed Finished” after feeding them grain for 35 days before sale or export – and will be able to ask a premium for these animals.
Nanango Police are reviewing CCTV footage to identify a pushbike rider who stole alcohol from a drive-thru bottleshop in Fitzroy Street.
Nanango’s Nicole Knott has some big dreams – including travelling the world as a cruise ship dancer – and she’s working hard to turn them into reality.
Rumours of a large brawl outside a Kingaroy hotel in the early hours of Saturday morning have been widely exaggerated.
Tenders have closed for construction of Gympie Council’s proposed $2 million equestrian centre at Kilkivan
The western section of the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing has opened to traffic for the first time, marking a major milestone for one of the State’s largest infrastructure projects.
St Patrick’s Catholic School at Nanango now has a tangible reminder of the lives lost more than 100 years ago at Gallipoli following the planting of an Aleppo pine sapling at the school on Friday morning.
The Federal Government’s “Special Envoy For Drought Assistance and Recovery”, former National Party leader and Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce, will be visiting Murgon later this month.
The State Government has announced it will invest $2.2 million in rural support training programs … just days after it broke the news that Queensland’s last two agricultural colleges would be axed.
Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien has announced the latest round of successful applicants from the Federal Government’s popular Local Sporting Champions program.
If you’d like to get a feel for just how talented South Burnett artists really are, you should pop in to the Kingaroy Art Gallery over the Christmas break to take a look at the latest exhibition.
The last speedway meeting for 2018 will get under way at 5:00pm on Saturday at the Kingaroy Showgrounds track.
Wondai’s parkrun group will be celebrating its 100th weekly run on Saturday morning.
Toowoomba mayor Paul Antonio may appeal a Local Government Regional Conduct Review Panel finding that he engaged in misconduct in his dealings with the Melbourne-to-Brisbane Inland Railway project.
Residents shouldn’t be alarmed if they hear more aircraft than usual flying about over the next few days
Farmers are being encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity to recycle their used oil.
A day after the State LNP called for an inquiry into Queensland’s bushfires, its Federal colleagues have announced one will be held – but it will include vegetation management policies across Australia.
Defendants on bail around Queensland will now receive an SMS reminder 24 hours before their next court appearance as part of a regional pilot project that has been expanded statewide.
The South Burnett’s two A Grade cricket teams – playing at home in scorching conditions – both notched up wins in the Gympie cricket competition last weekend.
The annual South Burnett Mayor’s Christmas Charity Lunch attracted about 160 diners to the Kingaroy Town Hall on Friday, all eager to help the region’s disadvantaged
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Minister Craig Crawford has confirmed a review will be done after the devastating bushfires that swept through the State.
Applications are now open from events organisers for funding for under the State Government’s Queensland Destination Events Program.
The site of the former Girls Dormitory in Cherbourg – which burned down in 1988 – has become the new home for a million-dollar facility to help the women and children of today.
If you missed the inaugural Red Pitch event in Kingaroy of Tuesday night, you missed a few odd sights … such as South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell and Deputy Mayor Kathy Duff hopping about like kangaroos.