Council road crews have been working on projects around the region over the past month, despite being interrupted by storms during October.
Wondai’s recent Tidy Towns award wins will never be forgotten now that a whole bunch of signs have been presented to the town.
The State Government is considering making mining companies pay even more to establish a mine to ensure taxpayers aren’t left to pay the costs of mine rehabilitation.
The Queensland Farmers’ Federation (QFF) has renewed calls to remove stamp duty on crop insurance in Queensland.
South Burnett residents are being encouraged to get into the festive spirit and enter this year’s Hancock Prospecting Christmas Lights competition.
The CSIRO and an agtech startup, Ceres Tag, have created a smart ear tag to help farmers keep track of where their livestock are and what they’re doing.
An investigation targeting Australia’s Harvest Trail has recovered more than $1 million in unpaid wages for more than 2500 farm workers.
Hivesville will get a standpipe in the near future to assist residents in the district who rely on tank water.
The South Burnett Regional Council will spend $1.24 million in 2019-20 on a long-awaited fix for Murgon CBD’s footpaths.
The South Burnett Regional Council plans to upgrade Nanango’s library and administration building soon.
Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington has urged the State Government to do urgent upgrades to the Maidenwell-Bunya Mountains Road, saying the current works are “nowhere near enough” to make the road safe.
Council intends to capitalise on a $2m grant to fund feasibility studies into water projects
The South Burnett Regional Council will forgive most of an elderly woman’s $16,142.14 water bill.
Most Maidenwell residents will remember Max Forsyth – who died recently at age 71 – as a keen exponent of native plants, or for his involvement in the rural fire brigade or Maidenwell Community Group.
The foyer of Kingaroy Police Station now boasts a new piece of artwork, courtesy of some of the South Burnett’s youngest budding artists.
A proposal to build a solar farm 3km east of Kingaroy has been rejected by the SBRC
Two new 1st Year police constables reported for their first shifts in Kingaroy on Wednesday
Education Minister Grace Grace made a low-key visit to Murgon and Cherbourg on Tuesday … but there could be some big news around the corner for Murgon State High School.
Murgon teenager Abelee Stanley has been a familiar face around South Burnett rugby league grounds since she was just a youngster.
Every Tuesday morning, the lowest green at the Kingaroy Bowls Club is taken over by a wild bunch wielding wooden mallets and hitting colourful balls.
Until now Atahnee Simpson has never actually lived in Cherbourg … but when she started work at the local community radio station this week, she felt like she’d come home.
It’s quite a few months until the AFL Darling Downs season begins, but the South Burnett Saints have been wasting no time in making their preparations for 2019
The State Government is offering grants and interest-free loans for households and small businesses to install batteries to store their solar power.
Queensland Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington has criticised the State Government for delaying the introduction of Queensland’s waste levy until mid-2019.