The Foundation for Regional and Regional Renewal and CCI Giving are inviting applications to support projects that improve mental health in rural communities.
Tourism operators, volunteers and the general public have less than nine days to comment on the future of the region’s five accredited Visitor Information Centres.
The Kingaroy Chamber Of Commerce and Industry is urging experienced plant operators and HR drivers looking for work to apply to Wagners Investments and the WorkPac Group in Toowoomba.
Indoor bowlers converged on Wondai Town Hall recently to compete in the South Burnett Indoor Bowls Club’s annual carnival.
Police will be out in force on the roads over the Easter break, and motorists are being asked to stay to stay focussed and share the road with care.
A 34-year-old Kingaroy man was killed in a head-on crash on the Burnett Highway, north of Booubyjan, on Saturday morning
The fourth round of the State Government’s Small Business Digital Grants Program, which is designed to increase the digital capabilities of small businesses, is now open.
Just under 1000 were yarded in Murgon Tuesday after a month without a sale due to weather conditions.
Taabinga State School’s long-serving Principal Susan Beatty will be leaving soon to take up a new position in Yeppoon.
The Queensland Government seems likely to be hit with an $80 million bill to rehabilitate land around the former Linc underground coal gasification site near Chinchilla.
The Googa Outdoor Education Facility at 571 Nukku Road, Googa Creek has been given approval to expand by Toowoomba Regional Council.
The South Burnett Regional Council will be holding two meetings for Kingaroy’s CBD property owners and traders on Thursday, March 22 to discuss preliminary plans for its inner-city revitalisation project.
Volunteers organising this year’s Wine and Food In The Park Festival didn’t turn up for work on Friday.
New tree-clearing protections will take effect from Friday, March 9 after a number of reforms to existing laws were introduced in State Parliament on Thursday.
The State Government is urging people who’ve purchased new energy efficient air conditioners, washing machines or refrigerators to apply for a cash rebate.
Woolworths have announced they will axe expiry dates on gift cards – not just on new cards, but also on cards already issued.
Cherbourg will receive $2.76 million to redesign its solid waste facility and upgrade its water system.
Proston business couple Nick and Anita Blanch have made it to the finals of the 2018 WFI Insurance Small Business Achiever Award.
A Craft Beer Garden introduced at last year’s Wine And Food In The Park Festival is set to expand in 2018.
Gympie Regional Council has partnered with the State Government to launch a program aimed at encouraging more women to get into business.
The South Burnett Regional Council will be hosting a community celebration in Kingaroy on March 27 to welcome the Queen’s Baton Relay runners.
The State Government is developing new planning and community engagement guidelines for solar farms, and intends to finalise them later this year.
Property developers will be banned from making political donations to local or state government candidates under reforms introduced in State Parliament on Tuesday.
Mayor Keith Campbell has ruled out a rate hike on South Burnett homes using solar power