Raine & Horne staff in Kingaroy are celebrating after notching up the most residential sales for the group in Queensland in 2020.
A tender for the construction and operation of a long-awaited fuel cell at Durong has been awarded to heavy haulage business Corbet’s Group.
The Alford and Glendon Street roundabout in Kingaroy will be closed for 24 hours on Monday as part of the Kingaroy Transformation Project (KTP).
TAFE Queensland is holding a “yarning” session at the Nurunderi campus in Cherbourg next week to help plot the future direction of the facility.
Stanwell – the State Government-owned corporation which operates the Tarong power stations and Meandu Mine – is looking for renewable energy projects to invest in.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington will be hosting the Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s next meet’n’greet.
The Acland Stage 3 expansion will be back before the Land Court in Brisbane on Thursday morning in the wake of last week’s High Court judgment.
A new monthly market is set to enliven Nanango’s CBD within a few weeks.
Bank of Queensland’s branch in Kingaroy Shoppingworld will close on August 2.
A new format helped Kingsley Grove Estate attract the biggest crowd yet to its annual grape-stomping festival held at its vineyard and cellar door near Kingaroy on Saturday.
Kingaroy’s Big Peanut is rapidly taking shape in artist Kano’s workshop, but he still needs parts from South Burnett residents to help make it “more special”.
More details about a proposed quarantine facility for returning travellers to be built near Wellcamp Airport have been aired by Wagner Corporation chair John Wagner.
The Murgon Business and Development Association will investigate the possibility of a community bank being set up in Murgon.
Part of one of Kingaroy CBD’s major traffic arteries will be closed for a week.
The High Court has allowed an appeal by the action group opposed to expansion of the New Acland Coal mine, sending the original application back to the Land Court .
The Australian Taxation Office has reminded employers they could receive payments of up to $10,400 for each eligible extra employee they hire as part of the Federal Government’s JobMaker Hiring Credit scheme.
The South Burnett’s new Tourism Officer is looking forward to the challenge of increasing the region’s visitor numbers over the next few years.
Charges against Alkaloids of Australia Pty Ltd and the company’s former export manager, Christopher Kenneth Joyce, have been adjourned to March.
Murgon’s branch of the National Australia Bank is closing on April 22.
Bega Cheese Limited – owners of the Peanut Company of Australia – have confirmed its acquisition of Lion Dairy & Drinks is now complete.