Moreton Resources, the company which has been planning to develop an open-cut coal mine on the outskirts of Kingaroy, has gone into voluntary administration.
Kingaroy RSL Club is back in business after the COVID-19 shutdown but with a few new rules in place plus a $50,000 kitchen renovation.
Years of lobbying has paid off with confirmation of $25 million funding to replace the dangerous John Peterson Bridge
Murgon’s planned Cultural Centre – including an art gallery and fossil museum – will become a reality following a Federal Government grant of $1.596 million announced on Friday
The Federal Court of Australia has ordered the Commonwealth Bank pay a $5 million penalty for ripping off more than 8600 rural customers.
A new chapter in the long running saga of New Hope’s proposed coal mine expansion at Acland began on Friday when the Oakey Coal Action Alliance (OCAA) was granted special leave to appeal to the High Court.
It was the case of third time lucky for Kingaroy’s much-discussed revitalisation with the announcement on Friday the Federal Government will be contributing $4.5 million towards the $11.3 million project.
The doors of Kingaroy’s Commercial Hotel will be back open from 10:00am on Friday … but customers will notice some temporary post-COVID changes.
A new study says the economic impact of COVID-19 on the South Burnett’s economy may not be as bad as it will be on the rest of Queensland.
The online petition launched by South Burnett councillor Kathy Duff in a bid to save the Murgon Target Country store has attracted an official response on the petition webpage.
Australian agricultural land prices appear to be defying the COVID-19 economic downturn.
Red Earth Community Foundation (RECF) and Burnett Inland Economic Development Organisation (BIEDO) are teaming up to host a series of conversations to talk about what we’ve gained from the COVID-19 experience in the Inland Burnett.
A petition organised by South Burnett councillor Kathy Duff to save the Target Country store in Murgon has fallen on deaf ears
The South Burnett Times will be ceasing its print production from next month.
Residents and visitors to the Bunya Mountains can expect to experience some mobile phone disruptions between May 31 and June 7.
South Burnett small businesses have been given nothing but false hope with the State Government’s COVID-19 business grants already drying up, Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington says.
Toowoomba Regional Council has approved the application for a huge new Regional Trade Distribution Centre near Wellcamp Airport.
South Burnett Mayor Brett Otto has urged the community to step up and support small business during Queensland Small Business Month.
Toowoomba mayor Paul Antonio has been appointed chair of the Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail Alliance (MBIRA), the group which represents councils adjacent to the Inland Rail route.
Mayor Brett Otto has approached the State Government about the future of Murgon’s Target Country store