Darling Downs Health has confirmed one new case of COVID-19 coronavirus in the health service area.
Darling Downs Health confirmed on Saturday there are four new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the health region, taking the total to six.
Gympie Regional Council will suspend all volunteer activities in an effort to safeguard health and help contain the spread of COVID-19.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has warned that scammers are adapting existing technology to play on people’s fears about COVID-19.
Queensland Health announced on Friday afternoon there are 40 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, raising the State total to 184.
South Burnett Regional Council has decided to postpone, cancel or suspend any gatherings that could be conducive to the spread of the COVID-19 virus until further notice.
Queensland Health announced on Thursday there were 50 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, raising the State’s total to 144.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington is encouraging South Burnett residents to Buy Local and Keep Buying Local to help small business.
The March 28 local government election date won’t be changed but voters now have more options.
Ergon and Energex won’t disconnect power for householders experiencing hardship due to the ongoing impacts of COVID-19.
The State Government has strengthened the powers of health and emergency officers in response to COVID-19 – and people who flout their directions could face heavy fines.
Premier Annastacia Palasczczuk released a statement on Wednesday to brief Queenslanders in the wake of Tuesday night’s National Cabinet meeting.
Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council says travel to Cherbourg will now be limited “to those people involved in the provision of essential services in the community”.
Nanango will be holding a patron-free race meeting on Easter Saturday as Queensland struggles to keep its racing industry alive during the COVID-19 crisis.
Deputy Mayor Kathy Duff told Wednesday’s South Burnett Council meeting that she feared the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on the local community.
The University of Southern Queensland is shifting all on-campus course offerings online to help contain the spread of COVID-19.
The Visit South Burnett (VSB) local tourism organisation is concerned event cancellations due to COVID-19 could devastate the region’s tourism operators.
The State Government will create a new $500 million loan facility, interest-free for the first 12 months, to support businesses to keep people in work during the COVID-19 crisis.
Queensland’s publicly owned power and water businesses have extensive measures in place to ensure ongoing power and bulk water supplies during the coronavirus emergency, the State Government assured citizens on Tuesday.
South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell held a media conference on Tuesday afternoon to update residents about the COVID-19 issue after the latest Local Disaster Management Committee meeting.
The Queensland Police Service has suspended static, multi-vehicle roadside breath and drug tests to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.
There are no further confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the South Burnett, Mayor Keith Campbell emphasised on Monday afternoon.
RSL Queensland advised its Sub-Branches on Monday afternoon to cancel Anzac Day commemorations in light of the emerging COVID-19 public health emergency.
The University of Southern Queensland has cancelled its first semester graduation ceremonies scheduled for April and May.