Plenty Foods will be hosting the Annual General Meeting of the Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry on December 14.
Veteran Stanwell employee Michael O’Rourke has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the State Government-owned corporation.
Changes in the leadership of CROW-FM have worked out well, guests at the radio station’s AGM heard on Thursday.
Grants are now available to help farmers establish or expand their operations into agritourism.
A rise in the number of motorists crashing into green electrical pillar boxes has sparked a warning from Ergon Energy.
A community action group which campaigned vigorously against a proposed coal mine near Kingaroy is winding up.
Coolabunia Saleyards have been losing an average $86,000 a year for the past five years, according to a new report prepared by a South Burnett Regional Council working group.
The latest round of Skilling Queenslanders for Work funding will include projects in four Indigenous communities, including Cherbourg.
Alkaloids of Australia Pty Ltd pleaded guilty on Tuesday in Sydney’s Downing Centre Local Court to taking part in criminal cartel conduct.
The South + Central Queensland Regional Forestry Hub has received a $900,000 boost in funding from the Federal Government.
Visitors to Toowoomba’s city centre should expect changes to parking arrangements over the next 12 months.
Westpac Banking Corporation has entered into an Enforceable Undertaking with the Fair Work Ombudsman to backpay thousands of employees a total of $6 million.
The latest round of Tarong Community Partnership Fund grants will help four local not-for-profit associations, including a Blackbutt group which had its clubhouse trashed by vandals in March.
Australia’s first de-fatted nut flour production facility is set to be built in Kingaroy, creating almost a hundred ongoing permanent jobs in the region.
GH Clothing Co quietly opened its doors in Murgon on Monday, filling the gap left when the town’s Target Country store closed this year.
About 50 tourist operators packed into Nanango’s Energy Centre last Thursday night for the launch of the South Burnett’s official tourist guide.
If you’re looking for a Justice of the Peace, the Kingaroy Library is now the place to go.
Wivenhoe Dam’s power station has returned to full operations after the successful completion of a $14 million overhaul lasting more than 100 days.
Every Kingaroy resident has probably been told at some time not to complain as the pig trucks that trundle through town are the “smell of money”.
Ergon and Energex are looking to recruit about 40 field crew members to support electricity customers across regional communities.