Severals roads in Kumbia and Kingaroy will be closed this weekend for a major cycling event
The Kingaroy Flames held their first training session at their new $37,500 practice nets this week
An independent body is being set up by the State Government to protect the safety and health of Queensland’s 70,000-plus miners.
New Hope – operators of the New Acland coal mine – have sacked 150 workers after the State Government failed to meet the company’s September 1 deadline to approve Stage 3 of the mine.
The official opening of the new multi-million dollar Kilkivan Equestrian Centre has been postponed.
The Bureau of Meteorology released its Spring outlook on Thursday, and it’s not good new for farmers.
Wondai Regional Art Gallery is calling for entries in its annual October Art Competition, which will be offering more than $8500 in cash prizes this year.
New data from Tourism Research Australia estimates the South Burnett received 687,000 visitors in 2018, or about 13,211 per week.
Wondai has been chosen as the town to host next year’s South Burnett Community Family Fun Day
A new group appointed to look into the collapse of the region’s tourism traffic is expected to hold its first meeting on Monday afternoon (August 26).
Visitor numbers to the South Burnett’s five Visitor Information Centres suffered a year-on-year decline of almost 14 per cent between April and June this year.
The South Burnett will stay on Level 3 water restrictions for the present … providing residents continue to use water responsibly.
A local fire ban is in place until midnight on Friday (August 30) in the South Burnett and North Burnett council areas due to the high risk of fires starting in the current conditions.
How does The Shed keep on doing it? On Wednesday night, the boutique venue in Nanango will be hosting yet another international music act …
The horrors of the Vietnam War took a heavy toll but the hostile reaction many soldiers received when they returned to Australia only made matters worse.
Vine Dining, a multi-winery experience that ran at Moffatdale for three years between 2010 and 2012, will be returning this October in a revamped format.
A funeral service will be held in Cherbourg next week for much-loved Cherbourg councillor Alana Purcell
Nanango will be marking Seniors Week with free bingo games and a bonus light luncheon this year, thanks to a State Government grant.
South Burnett Regional Council will begin its annual “listening tour” next month to hear concerns from the region’s residents.
Visitors coming to Kingaroy for this year’s BaconFest in search of a special dining experience – and locals who want to enjoy the Festival on a budget – still have time to book tickets for two dining events.
The Kingaroy Local Ambulance Committee has begun planning an event to celebrate 100 years of ambulance service in the town.
A special charity screening of the Michael Hutchence biopic “Mystify” has been organised at the Kingaroy Cinema to help raise funds for the South Burnett Suicide Prevention Working Group.
A push by some Federal LNP politicians for nuclear power to be put back on the table as a possible solution for Australia’s energy needs has paid off.
A 20-year-old Yarraman man has been fined $1245 and lost his licence for six months after he was pulled over for speeding on the D’Aguilar Highway on Sunday morning.