Bendigo Bank has confirmed its Wondai agency will close on Friday, August 28.
Local Buy – the procurement partner for local councils – is looking for businesses to register to supply goods and services across Queensland.
Organisers are stunned with the response to a petition to convert Murgon’s doomed Target Country store into a small format Kmart.
Small business apprentices and trainees who have lost their jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic have been advised to consider local councils when they want to rejoin the workforce.
At least 10 women living in Kingaroy and surrounding areas will have the opportunity to take part in a year-long business-building program after the South Burnett was selected for the latest round of The Seed Scheme.
General Motors has refused a request to extend its deadline for Holden dealers, forcing businesses across Australia to accept “grossly unfair” compensation, according to the Australian Automotive Dealer Association (AADA).
Creditors of Moreton Resources and its subsidiary companies – placed into voluntary administration on June 11 – will meet on July 6 to consider expressions of interests into acquiring the company’s assets.
The Fair Work Ombudsman has reminded employers the national minimum wage has risen to $19.84 per hour (up from $19.49) or $753.80 per week (up from $740.80).
The application deadline for State Government land tax rebates will be extended four months to help COVID-affected Queensland businesses.
Current and former mine and quarry workers in Queensland will now have access to free lung checks to test for mine dust diseases such as silicosis.
The South Burnett looks set to be at the centre of a mini newspaper “war” with two new print options set to launch next month.
Regional power bills will drop by an average $84 a year for households and $75 for small businesses in 2020-21, the State Government announced on Thursday.
South Burnett Regional Council will review its infrastructure charges after a neighbouring Council announced it will waive them for the next two years to attract new businesses.
The Federal Government’s Business LEAP Program – which aims to foster entrepreneurship in the Wide Bay area – was the focus of attention at this week’s Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry meet’n’greet.
Applications for Stanwell’s 2021 Apprentice and Trainee Program opened on Monday (June 22).
Durong will get a 24-hour fuel cell more than a year after the SBRC first began seeking public feedback on the idea
Archaic laws that mandate certain public notices must be published in printed newspapers could stifle new development approvals in the region.
A second round of small business grants designed to helped Queensland small businesses recover from the impact of COVID-19 has been announced.
AgForce has described an insurance ban by some companies as potentially “worse than COVID-19” for primary producers.
Following the success of its Zoom experiment last month, the Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce will also be holding its next meet’n’greet online.