Ambulance paramedics and police were called to St Mary’s Catholic College on Wednesday, but parents cam breathe easy … there was no emergency.
A South Burnett scene will feature on the Christmas cards which will be distributed this year by Member for Maranoa David Littleproud.
A speeding motorist who told police he was just “testing his car” was fined $1177 on Sunday
Nanango Police will be encouraging drivers of all ages to speed on Saturday … around the go kart track, that is.
“Waterhole” Rocks proved to be a fitting name for this year’s four-day celebration of rock’n’roll at Nanango Showgrounds.
Parents and friends packed into the Kingaroy Town Hall recently to salute the best and brightest students at Kingaroy State High School.
Nanango MP Deb Frecklington is angry about a huge blowout in the Kingaroy Dental Clinic’s waiting list
The Salvation Army’s new Red Shield Family Store was opened with a flourish on Saturday morning with an eager crowd of shoppers keen to explore the shelves as soon as the ribbon was cut.
A driver was lucky to escape injury in a single-vehicle crash which occurred at Wooroolin on Saturday morning.
Government staff are on the ground in central Queensland and the Burnett assessing damage to agricultural production caused by floods and the recent heavy rain.
Former Murgon QAS paramedic Trent Wrayford is a true everyday hero, and now he has a certificate to prove it.
Waterhole Rocks – Nanango’s annual four-day celebration of everything 50s and 60s – got off to a rocking start on Thursday afternoon.
The Subway shop in Kingaroy will be joining in with fellow stores across Australia in a “Live Feed” promotion on November 3 to help Foodbank Australia.
Well, it looks like the pincer movement that has been targeting the national broadcaster for a while may have won its first battle.
South Burnett residents have been invited to make a real difference in helping bridge the city-country health divide by taking part in some quick University of Southern Queensland research.
Tarong Power Station has won a major award at the 2017 WorkCover Queensland awards, announced on Wednesday morning.
The South Burnett Regional Council plans to begin clearing vegetation along Schellbachs Road at Booie on October 31.
Gympie Regional Council will receive $1.075 million from the State Government to put towards its new $2.4 million Kilkivan Equestrian Centre.
Local beef producers should be celebrating … according to a new report, Australia is the leading supplier of red meat to the world and Australians eat more red meat than anyone else.
Complaints to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) rose 41.1 per cent over the past financial year.