Visitors to Wooroolin now have the opportunity to see a piece of the South Burnett’s peanut farming industry up close following the installation of an historic Stolzenberg thresher next to the South Burnett Rail Trail.
With the finals happening in all footy codes at the moment in the South Burnett, it’s almost time to start thinking about cricket!
The Cherbourg Historical Precinct Group will receive $2728 from the Armistice Centenary Grants Program to install special timber poles and plaques at the Anzac Memorial Park in Cherbourg.
Kingaroy detectives have charged a 20-year-old man after investigations into alleged drug trafficking in the South Burnett.
The confusion in Canberra has created confusion in the power industry, and this frustration was apparent on Thursday morning at Stanwell’s regular community update held at Tarong Power Station.
A surprising statistic has been revealed during Queensland Road Safety Week … one in four people killed in vehicles on Queensland roads aren’t wearing seatbelts, and the problem is worst in regional Queensland.
The Bureau of Meteorology released its 2018 Spring Outlook on Thursday which shows warmer and drier-than-average conditions are expected across many parts of Australia in the next three months.
No decision has been made yet by the organising committee about whether BaconFest will return in 2019 or whether it should become a biannual event.
The South Burnett Regional Council says it is committed to the future of Visitor Information Centres (VICs) in the region despite a drop in numbers over the past 10 years.
Toowoomba Regional Council will soon start work on improvements at Yarraman Cemetery as part of program to upgrade the 27 cemeteries that Council looks after.
Nanango Hospital reopened on Thursday morning after Wednesday’s fire in bushland at the rear of the complex.
When newly elected Prime Minister Scott Morrison made his flying visit to Queensland on Monday, most people wouldn’t have realised the strong Kingaroy connection to the event.
Kingaroy Police are investigating the theft of a white Toyota Hilux 4WD trayback stolen from a carport in Ferne Road, Kingaroy.
Kingaroy Police marked Queensland Road Safety Week with a special breakfast outside the station in Alford Street on Wednesday.
Police are hunting burglars who broke into a house and an adjoining granny flat in South Nanango last week while the occupants were asleep.
AgForce has hit back at a State Government media statement on Tuesday which said mulga pushing claims were “myths”.
Farming families in drought-stricken parts of Queensland are being given a helping hand thanks to the efforts of a Nanango resident and the local Lions Club.
The deadline is fast approaching for Round 6 of Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington’s “Local Hero Grants”.
It’s all happening at the South Burnett PCYC in Murgon on Monday and Wednesday mornings.
Kingaroy Police have estimated 7000 people attended BaconFest in Kingaroy at its busiest point on the weekend.