SBRC will be placing more red benches around the region in a bid to raise community awareness about domestic violence
Even the fruit trees seem to be confused about what’s going on in these crazy times!
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.
COVID-19 can’t stop the RSPCA from running its annual desexing campaign, “Operation: Wanted”.
Wondai residents wondering about the fate of the town’s clock can rest easy, it’s being fixed – again
There’s a shadow over the Target Country store in Murgon following an ASX announcement on Friday
Murgon Men’s Shed and Graham House will be sharing $7500 in funding under the Federal Government’s Volunteers Grants Program.
South Burnett Regional Council has appointed seven directors to the Board of the South Burnett Community Hospital Foundation Limited, meaning there are two vacant spots still left to fill.
Toowoomba Regional Council has made it easier for local suppliers to gain more Council business.
Kingaroy police have released a security camera image of a man they wish to speak to in relation to the theft of a backpack at Kingaroy Shoppingworld last week.
Students at Qld schools – public, independent and Catholic – will return to on-site learning on May 25
Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington has called on the State Government to accelerate the easing of COVID-19 restrictions in regions without any active cases to protect local jobs and restart the economy.
The Rotary Club of Kingaroy has put the call out to local photographers to submit entries for the club’s annual photo competition.
Four abattoirs have been delisted by China over “issues related to labelling and health certificate requirements”
The South Burnett may miss the worst economic impacts of the COVID-19 crisis, according to modelling by economic research firm SGS Economics and Planning.
Kingaroy’s Commercial Hotel, on the corner of Haly and Glendon streets, has new owners.
The LNP has described the potential sacking of almost 5000 Rural Fire Brigade volunteers over their failure to apply for Blue Cards as “a disgrace”.
The Liberal National Party has released a four-stage plan which it says will re-open the Queensland economy and provide certainty for businesses.
The State Government will freeze irrigation prices for a year and absorb dam safety costs
History was made in Kingaroy on Wednesday afternoon when new South Burnett Mayor Brett Otto held the first of his promised “after Council meeting” press conferences.
South Burnett Regional Council will continue to press the State Government to eliminate or reduce the costs of Roadside Grazing Permits.
More than 6000 farmers, businesses, tourism operators, and community and sports clubs, won’t have to pay State land rent for six months under a series of measures to protect Queensland businesses and jobs.
Queensland’s COVID-19 tally has risen by seven since Friday, with three new confirmed cases in the past 24 hours.
Queensland Health has expanded the testing criteria for COVID-19 so that anyone in the State who has a fever – or a history of fever – or acute respiratory symptoms can get tested.