Long-haul train and coach services within Queensland will be temporarily reduced as part of wider efforts to contain COVID-19.
Australia’s livestock industry has welcomed the assurance from Agriculture Minister David Littleproud that saleyards will continue to operate.
Livestock auctions are able to continue, Agriculture Minister David Littleproud confirmed on Friday.
Cherbourg residents have been warned that new travel restrictions mean they may not be allowed back into the community if they leave.
Queensland is “holding its own” when it comes to COVID-19, Queensland’s Chief Health Officer, Dr Jeannette Young, said on Thursday.
Queensland Health has released a COVID-19 public health alert for three venues on the Sunshine Coast.
Toowoomba Regional Council is temporarily closing all community halls, sporting fields and Council-controlled campgrounds from Friday (March 27).
Member for Maranoa David Littleproud has called on supermarkets to “do the right thing” by their rural customers and restock their shelves.
Queensland’s Catholic schools have followed the lead of State schools and will implement student-free days next week in the lead up to the Easter holiday break.
Toowoomba Regional Council has moved its Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) to “Stand Up” status, the same level as the South Burnett, Cherbourg and Gympie LDMGs.
An online portal enabling members of the public to apply for a Queensland Entry Pass is now live.
Have you voted yet? If not, the pre-polling booths are still open today and tomorrow … but if you’re planning to head out on Saturday, there’s a few things voters have been asked to keep in mind.
Education Queensland announced on Thursday that the Term 1 break will begin next Monday (March 30) for all State School students.
South Burnett Regional Council has closed all Visitor Information Centres and libraries as well as council-owned halls, art galleries, museums and Boondooma Homestead.
Police have warned that cross-border travel restrictions come into effect at midnight tonight (Wednesday).
Toowoomba Regional Council will no longer accept cash at any of its waste facilities.
The South Burnett’s two lakeside tourist parks have been closed due to COVID-19 precautions.
The State Government is closing all camping areas within Queensland National Parks, State Forests and Recreation Areas from Thursday (March 26) until further notice.
There are now 443 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Queensland after the State’s tally officially rose by 46 on Wednesday.
COVID-19 has created “unprecedented times” for our generation, South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell warned in his latest video update to residents.