In a vote of confidence for the local retail industry, a Morayfield-based business has opened a branch in Kingaroy to meet increasing demand for its services in the South Burnett.
Cross-Cultural Awareness training can help to minimise misunderstandings in the workplace.
“It’s always been about the people … not the products. We’re a very close-knit business and have built long-lasting relationships with our suppliers and customers. It wasn’t an easy decision to make …”
The Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE in Kingaroy has welcomed a new member to their team.
One of the first priorities of a post-election South Burnett Regional Council would be to start driving the process surrounding the proposed AGL wind farm at Coopers Gap.
It’s uncertain what immediate effect the acquisition of regional pay-TV provider Austar by Foxtel will have on local subscribers.
South Burnett real estate agents have welcomed an announcement by the State Government that it would scrap the controversial Sustainability Declarations introduced in 2010.
The Federal Government has invited business and individuals to comment on discussion paper exploring the scope for reform of Australian contract law.
Master Electricians Australia has blasted “bureaucracy gone mad” after electricians were fined for performing work they were qualified and authorised to do.
Maps on the NBNCo website suggest that the largest South Burnett towns will eventually get access to fibre-optic broadband although this will not occur within the next three years.
There’s a new face behind the counter at Kingaroy Dry Cleaners … and he’s travelled a long way to get there, via France, England, Scotland and Ireland.
South Burnett residents are going to miss out on the benefits of the new high-speed National Broadband Network … at least in the short term.
Our new-look website was officially launched last night.
Have your diaries handy? The Kingaroy Retailers and Small Business Group has released its meeting dates for the rest of 2012.