After months of rumours, it has been confirmed … a contract has been signed for the site of the former Murgon Meatworks.
Powerlink will be conduction helicopter inspections of powerlines in the South Burnett area over the next few months.
A popular type of apple juice sold in Woolworths in Queensland has been recalled due to contamination.
Confused about the new Health Direction that requires businesses in the hospitality industry to keep electronic records?
The Red Earth Community Foundation officially launched a “Gifts In Memory” donation program at its AGM lunch held in Kingaroy on Monday.
Kingaroy’s Betta Home Living store will be doubling in size and offering furniture as well as home appliances when an extension at the rear of their new Kingaroy Street premises opens early next year.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has been urged to stop Woolworths acquiring PFD Food Services, with claims it will reduce thousands of businesses and jobs in the food services and distribution sector.
Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry will be holding its Annual General Meeting next Monday (December 14) at the new Betta Home Living store.
The South Burnett’s new Tourism Development Officer will not be appointed until early next year.
The founder of Clovely Estate – the South Burnett’s largest vineyard and winery – has been presented with a special award to recognise his significant contribution to the Queensland wine industry.
Murgon businesspeople enjoyed a sneak preview this week of a multi-million dollar development which has broken ground at Moffatdale.
A former funeral parlour in Alford Street, Kingaroy – which became a Salvation Army chapel for eight years – has been resurrected … as a funeral home.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has refused to make any further comment on its investigation into an alleged international cartel involving the sale of scopolamine.
South Burnett Regional Council is hoping to supercharge development over the next 18 months by slashing charges and streamlining its planning and development processes.
A company with key operations in the South Burnett has been targeted by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission which alleges it is part of a cartel involved in international price-fixing.
Leo Geraghty – the man who led Murgon’s Business and Development Association (MBDA) for the past 14 years – has stepped down as president.
The COVID-19 pandemic is the largest challenge South Burnett CTC has faced in many years, according to chairman John Box.
Ergon Energy, Energex and Powerlink are seeking participants for the Queensland Household Energy Survey – and the incentive is the chance to win a $100 gift card!
Agriculture Minister David Littleproud has expressed “extreme disappointment” over a decision by Chinese authorities to impose steep tariffs on Australian wine.
Aussie Land & Livestock director James Bredhauer says he has accepted the decision by the South Burnett Regional Council to retain ownership of the Coolabunia Saleyards but he now hopes Council will work with his company to improve the facility.