A funeral service will be held next Saturday (May 28) to celebrate the life of popular Murgon businessman and community stalwart Mark Smith.
There’s been a few changes lately at a local chiropractor’s clinic, but one thing hasn’t changed … the smiling face of Joy Woods.
Barayamal – a charitable corporation encouraging Indigenous entrepreneurship – has launched a unique fundraising program.
Cherbourg’s trailblazing new community call centre was officially opened on Wednesday at a ceremony which attracted a mix of Council and State Government officials.
The Murgon Business and Development Association is testing an after-hours “meet and greet” concept which seems to have proven popular with the KCCI.
Kingaroy businesswoman Michelle Hansen has been looking since January to expand her team, with absolutely no luck … a situation which has her worried, but not just for her business.
The South Burnett Eagles will be hosting the next Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry meet’n’greet – and there will be a very special guest for local businesspeople to meet!
Cherbourg residents and motorists on the Bunya and Burnett highways will soon have better mobile phone coverage thanks to a new Telstra 4G macro cell base station.
The KCCI’s mental wellbeing program SMILE 4 BIZ is set to be rolled out to more than 50 other Chambers throughout Queensland.
Australia Post will be closing its Kingaroy Shoppingworld outlet on Friday, June 3.
The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry is looking to implement a new income model to ensure consistent funding into the future.
Queensland is one of the worst States in Australia for dog attacks on posties, according to Australia Post.
Retired Kingaroy businessman Ken Mills was officially presented with his 2022 Citizen Of The Year Award by South Burnett mayor Brett Otto on Saturday.
BIEDO’s annual Small Business Roadshow was very successful this year, according to CEO Kristy Board.
South Burnett mayor Brett Otto has sent out a plea to candidates in the upcoming Federal Election to not forget the South Burnett.
Community consultations about a proposed wind farm bigger than AGL’s Coopers Gap project will be held at Ironpot, Kumbia and Chahpingah next month.
Red Earth Community Foundation will be the local agency for a three-year project which aims to help the Inland Burnett become “disaster resilient” and “future ready”.
The South Burnett Regional Council will grant the Kingaroy Chamber Of Commerce and Industry a two-year extension on the group’s proposed business incubator project.
Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise (TSBE) will be hosting an information evening in Chinchilla next month for potential suppliers to the Wambo Wind Farm project.
South Burnett Regional Council has launched an “advocacy plan” to help it push its case with Federal and State MPs.