What's On In The South Burnett Today?

Roads Group Lobbies Would-Be MPs

Roads Group Lobbies Would-Be MPs

The Mundubbera to Jandowae Roads Working Group is hoping the upcoming Federal Election will be an incentive to convince candidates to promise to fix a dangerous single-lane bridge on the Mundubbera-Durong Road.

New Hours For Wondai Library

New Hours For Wondai Library

South Burnett Regional Council advised on Monday that it will be changing the opening hours of Wondai’s Col Morris Library, effective immediately.

Fire Burns Out Grassland

Fire Burns Out Grassland

Urban and rural fire crews were called to a large grass fire burning on Clark And Swendson Road in Kingaroy on Monday afternoon.

Truck Driver To Face Charges

Truck Driver To Face Charges

A 63-year-old truck driver from Bells Bridge will appear in Kingaroy Magistrates Court on April 15 after his rig was pulled over by police on Sunday morning.

Firies Learn Valuable First Aid Skills

Firies Learn Valuable First Aid Skills

Firefighters from several local rural brigades gathered in the training room at the Rural Fire Service Burnett HQ in Kingaroy on Saturday to brush up on their first aid skills.

Tackling Crime With A Screwdriver

Tackling Crime With A Screwdriver

Thieves aiming to steal number plates from South Burnett residents will be feeling a little bit more frustrated following two recent “Turn the Screws” days organised by the Murgon and Kumbia Neighbourhood Watch groups.

Merry Weekend For Soccer Fans

Merry Weekend For Soccer Fans

Tom Alford Oval was a sea of colour and action last weekend with 32 teams chasing glory in Kingaroy Senior Soccer Club’s annual Soccer Sevens carnival.

Locals Join Ride For Research

Locals Join Ride For Research

The South Burnett Rail Trail tempted Crawford couple Cliff Seiler and Ros Tigell to buy some new bikes and start riding again … now they’ve decided to pedal for a cause!

Vandals, Thieves Run Amok

Vandals, Thieves Run Amok

Murgon police have endured another week of people throwing rocks, smashing windows, kicking in doors, breaking into houses and stealing vehicles …

Opportunity For Young Indigenous Leaders

Opportunity For Young Indigenous Leaders

Applications are now open for aspiring young leaders who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander to participate in this year’s Queensland Indigenous Youth Leadership Program (QIYLP).

Bowhunters To Hold Open Days

Bowhunters To Hold Open Days

Eleven participants took part in the Barambah Bowhunters & Field Archers Association handicap shoot last Sunday at their field in South Nanango.

Murgon Locks In Grand Final Spot

Murgon Locks In Grand Final Spot

Murgon Crusaders are through to the Grand Final in the A Grade Gympie Cricket competition after downing Gympie Colts in the semi-final played at Murgon Sportsground last Saturday

Wayne Explains His Business World

Wayne Explains His Business World

Customer service is the key to business success … that’s the message that Wayne’s World founder Wayne Clark shared with about 65 members of the Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Tuesday night.

Bad News: More Dry Times Ahead

Bad News: More Dry Times Ahead

The Bureau of Meteorology released its updated 2019 Autumn Outlook on Thursday, showing drier-than-average conditions are likely for large parts of northern and eastern Australia.

Stonelands Bridge Closed

Stonelands Bridge Closed

South Burnett Regional Council has advised that due to the ongoing deterioration of a bridge on Stonelands Road, it will be closed from Friday (March 1) until further notice.