South Burnett Regional Council will spend more than half of a $4.5 million grant on gravel resheeting over the coming two years if the project is approved by the State Government.
Petitions to the Federal Parliament with more than 20,000 signatures would be debated in the House of Representatives if recommendations made by the House Petitions Committee this week are adopted.
The South Burnett may have never had a submarine fleet to call its own but Bill Clayton is quietly confident there are submariners living in the region.
The list of roads either graded – or about to be graded – took up a substantial chunk of time at Wednesday’s South Burnett Regional Council meeting
Murgon’s annual Christmas Fair keeps getting washed out, so the organisers have decided it’s time for a change.
Plans to expand Kingaroy’s SupaIGA supermarket – announced a year ago – have taken a major step forward
South Burnett soccer players and fans are getting ready for a big weekend but a local businesses should be smiling, too.
The SBRC will seal Wooroolin’s car park to end a long-standing problem in the town
South Burnett sporting groups will share almost $400,000 in grants from the latest rounds of the State Government’s “Get In The Game” grants programs.
It was a special day for the ladies at Nanango’s Lee Park racetrack on Saturday … there was a sea of pink in the stands for Valentine’s Day and women also starred on the track.
South Burnett Regional Council is calling for public submissions on possible designs for a Kingaroy town entry statement based on the Rogers Drive roundabout.
The Wondai Library will move from its current location in Mackenzie Street across the road to the South Burnett Regional Council’s offices during the next few months.
South Burnett Regional Council will alter the opening hours of the Wondai and Murgon Waste Transfer Stations to comply with the State Government’s new Waste Management Levy.
The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) is now investigating the feasibility of installing a roundabout on the intersection of the Wide Bay and Bruce highways near Bell’s Bridge.
Former AgForce CEO Charles Burke has been appointed to oversee the transition of Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges.
The State Government’s new $75 per tonne general waste levy will come into force on July 1 after a new law was passed in State Parliament on Thursday.
Kingaroy’s long-established Friendship Markets are moving again … and this time, it’s into the shade.
The Nanango Race Club will be holding Lee Park’s first race meeting of the year this Saturday, February 16.
Two sisters from Maidenwell walked away with Cooyar Show Society’s highest awards on Saturday.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has congratulated Murgon cricketer Courtney Sippel on an outstanding season.
Seven South Burnett locals are honing their skills as apprentices and trainees after joining the Tarong Power Stations team recently.
After two years in a deep slump, the tide could finally be starting to turn for the South Burnett’s struggling pork producers
Water levels and registration numbers may have taken a small dip at this year’s Lake Boondooma Yellowbelly Fishing Competition but organisers were still delighted with the weekend’s turnout.
South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell has refuted suggestions a $767,000 tax refund claim for four years of overpaid fuel credits was caused by Council incompetence.