This week’s rain will delay the reopening of Kingaroy’s Haly Street for a few more days.
Eureka Group Holdings has confirmed its purchase of a 2.09ha block in Markwell Street, Kingaroy, has settled.
Work has started on clearing the new mountain bike tracks in Russell Park at the Bunya Mountains.
The State Government’s vaccine mandates will not apply to South Burnett Regional Council-owned facilities such as libraries, town halls and swimming pools, according to a statement from Council on Friday afternoon.
North Burnett Regional Council has ended uncertainty over the future of four long-distance coach routes.
North Burnett Regional Council CEO Rachel Cooper has resigned just months after Mayor Rachel Chambers announced she was quitting.
Yarraman and Cooyar are two of the towns across the region which are being targeted by Toowoomba Regional Council’s INVIGOR8 TR Upskill project.
The incredible community effort that went into creating the South Burnett Timber Industry Museum at Wondai was celebrated at a special morning tea this week.
South Burnett Regional Council’s new Arts, Culture and Heritage Advisory Committee will hold an induction of its inaugural committee members at the Council’s Kingaroy offices on Monday.
South Burnett pensioners will be able to get a 50 per cent discount on all dog registration fees next year, regardless of whether their pets are desexed and microchipped or not.
South Burnett Regional Council’s first Health and Community Services Expo filled the Kingaroy Town Hall with exhibits on Thursday and Friday last week.
Shortages caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have added an extra $300,000 to the cost of Blackbutt’s CBD upgrade.
The future of a small pocket park in Walter Road is under evaluation by the South Burnett Regional Council.
The “bitumen bandits” who have been working their way around Queensland of late appear to have landed again in the South Burnett.
Belgravia Leisure – the company which manages Goomeri Pool and the Gympie Aquatic and Recreation Centre – has taken over management of the Murgon Jubilee Swimming Pool.
Wondai Timber Museum will be celebrating its 20th anniversary next week with a morning tea at the centre.
Coolabunia Saleyards have been losing an average $86,000 a year for the past five years, according to a new report prepared by a South Burnett Regional Council working group.
Kingaroy’s new Big Peanut sculpture will soon acknowledge all the people who helped create it.
Visitors to Toowoomba’s city centre should expect changes to parking arrangements over the next 12 months.
A Hivesville man whose wife requires reliable property access in case of a medical emergency has slammed a Council decision to postpone action on upgrading his road for at least six months, and possibly forever.