The South Burnett’s footy codes are keen to kick off again as soon as life returns to normal
Queensland boaties can still take their boats out locally this weekend to fish or travel for essential reasons.
Thousands of farmers are still barred from using licensed armourers and dealers despite the State Government’s recent COVID-19 backflip, according to the LNP.
The South Burnett Local Disaster Management Group is aware a small number of travellers continue to be present in the South Burnett region.
There have been 39 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Queensland since Thursday, taking the total to 873.
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Kingaroy Police have praised the local community for remaining calm during the COVID-19 threat but have warned would-be criminals that it is business as usual for local officers.
Queensland primary producers will have extra time to lodge drought assistance claims – and are being urged to apply electronically – due to the impact of COVID-19 on claim processing times.
The CSIRO has begun the first stage of testing potential vaccines for COVID-19.
Toowoomba Regional Council will begin automating CBD pedestrian crossings as soon as possible to help limit the spread of COVID-19.
A range of COVID-19 measures have been implemented at Tarong and Tarong North power stations and Meandu Mine to ensure the safety of workers, their families and the community.
A second man has died in Toowoomba Hospital from COVID-19, bringing Australia’s death toll to 23
Toowoomba Regional Council is urging the community to only flush toilet paper after a rise in pipe blockages during the past two months
A second case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in Kingaroy
The South Burnett Local Disaster Management Group met in Kingaroy on Wednesday morning
There are now 781 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Queensland, up 40 from Tuesday.
Public toilet blocks at various locations throughout the South Burnett have been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Queensland’s border restrictions will be tightened across the State from Friday to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Another 55 people have tested positive to COVID-19 in Queensland, taking the total number of confirmed cases in the State to 743.
Three RACQ LifeFlight Rescue Air Ambulance jets are now on standby to airlift suspected or confirmed COVID-19 and other patients from Queensland regional centres.
Toowoomba Regional Council closed all public park playgrounds, outdoor gyms, public barbecue facilities and skate parks from on Monday (March 30) in line with the latest Federal Government health advice.
Licensed armourers and licensed dealers will now be able to provide essential services to primary producers and other industries which rely on weapons to do their jobs.
Former State of Origin and Australian centre Willie Tonga has urged all his friends and former teammates at Cherbourg to stay safe during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
All Sunwater and Seqwater recreation areas, lakes and weirs will be closed to the public from Tuesday, March 31.