Gympie Regional Council will receive $47,507 from the State Government to help it manage flying fox issues at Commissioners Gully and an abandoned roost site at Widgee Crossing.
Lake Boondooma Caravan and Recreation Park will be getting a name change soon, providing the Australian Security and Investments Commission agree.
South Burnett Regional Council will write to the Department of Transport and Main Roads (DTMR) to request the extension of an existing 80km/h speed zone on the Bunya Highway north of Kingaroy.
Queensland’s decision to shut its border with NSW has led to the cancellation of Boondooma Homestead’s popular “Scots In The Bush” festival.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has met with local Wooroolin children to throw her support behind their push for a skate park in the town.
Ergon Energy has launched a campaign to raise awareness about the importance of reporting shocks and tingles, which can be a sign of deadly electrical hazards in and around homes.
Blackbutt’s Avocado Festival want to draw up a community plan that will guide art-related activities in the Timbertown over the next five years.
Gympie residents will soon be able to ask Mayor Glen Hartwig about anything that’s on their minds and get an answer in less than 90 seconds.
A total of 556 steers, heifers, cows and bulls were yarded at Aussie Land & Livestock’s Fat and Store sale on July 15.
A massive fundraising effort by former schoolfriends and rugby league mates at the recent “Shave For Ryley and Ben” night in Kingaroy looks to have raised almost $40,000.
Toowoomba’s CBD may take on a brighter, more inviting look in future after Toowoomba Regional Council voted to develop a lighting strategy to enhance the night-time experience.
Gympie Regional Council has announced it will start work on building a 12.5m concrete pedestrian and cycle bridge across Wide Bay Creek for rail trail users on Monday, July 26.
Blackbutt dancer Gemmason Green, 11, is hoping to perform with the Queensland Ballet in The Nutcracker this December
The ongoing costs of maintaining expensive CCTV security systems installed in Murgon, Wondai and Nanango through a Federal Government grants program may ultimately wind up being shouldered by ratepayers.
Farmers have been having a tough time the past few years, battling a drought that has dragged on, changing regulations and then, of course, the pandemic.
How much have the South Burnett Regional Council’s rates increased during the past three years? And how do we compare with our immediate neighbours?
Australia is home to over 150 supersized monuments and artworks that look like much smaller objects, animals and food … now Blackbutt wants to join the Big Things movement, too.
South Burnett Regional Council has issued a biosecurity alert after the Queensland Herbarium confirmed the invasive Harrisia cactus has been found at Glan Devon.
Blackbutt’s latest shop opened its doors on Monday next to the town’s historic Hotel Radnor.
South Burnett Regional Council is revisiting the idea of introducing kerbside recycling almost eight years after tossing the concept overboard.