A Taromeo man has lost his licence for six months – and been fined $1245 – after he was caught speeding at Hivesville.
Fire crews battled to contain a large fire burning in rough terrain at Maidenwell on Monday.
Livestock transporters may welcome new rules which remove some red tape when shifting stock.
Applications have opened for the 2021 AgriFutures Horizon Scholarship Program.
A Mazda T4000 truck burst into flames in Murgon in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Police believe a medical episode led to the death of an elderly man involved in a single-vehicle crash near Cooyar on Friday evening.
Three helicopters were called in on Saturday morning to assist firefighters tackling a bushfire burning in rough country near Coomba Waterhole at Maidenwell.
A man was airlifted to hospital after being shot on a private property at Proston on Friday evening.
Saint Mary’s Catholic College annual awards ceremony was a much smaller affair this year but that didn’t stop the smiles on the faces of the proud students as they received their awards.
Four Murgon men have been charged after a motorbike and a box trailer were allegedly stolen from separate addresses between 1:00am and 2:00am on Thursday.
The Queensland Farmers’ Federation says Queenslanders have a lot to celebrate on National Agriculture Day (November 20).
Wooroolin Warriors picked up two bonus points when they defeated Gympie Colts by six wickets at Lyle Vidler Oval in Kingaroy on Saturday.
Registrations are now open for schools wanting to take part in Topology’s “Top Up” music education program next year.
A fire which badly damaged the Nanango Men’s Shed late on Thursday night is being treated as suspicious.
Toowoomba Regional Council is urging Yarraman residents to have a say about a concept design for an upgraded waste management facility for the town.
This weekend is going to be huge in the little town of Linville with the inaugural Heritage Festival kicking off on Friday night.
Several boxes of toiletries and other household essentials will be going to help some of the most vulnerable young people after a donation drive at Stanwell sites in the South Burnett.
South Burnett Care is putting a callout to local young people … the group is looking to recruit 10 trainees to start work in January.
The long-running saga about peanut butter labels may finally be over after the High Court dismissed an application by Kraft Heinz for special leave to appeal.
There’s a bunch of talented South Burnett artists who aren’t afraid to do a bit of “showing off” when it comes to their creative skills.