Toowoomba mayor Paul Antonio has met with a group lobbying to create a new “Darling Downs Shire”
The trial of a man charged with manslaughter following a sudden death in Kingaroy in 2013 has begun
Kingaroy’s Broadway Hotel hosted a mini show’n’shine on Saturday as a fundraiser for a Kingaroy family
The South Burnett hosted more than a thousand tourists at this year’s annual Spirit Of The Bush Muster
The South Burnett Regional Council has begun streetscaping Drayton Street in earnest
Former Kilkivan Shire Council CEO Ray Currie has been appointed as one of two new Gympie councillors
The chronicler of all things Kumbia, Wally Thamm, passed away peacefully on Sunday.
The inaugural Blackbutt Benarkin Lions Show’n’Shine was so good, it looks it will become an annual event
Murgon RSL has been given a $3000 grant by the Federal Government to restore the Murgon War Memorial.
A tender has been accepted for the Murgon Swimming Pool, the MBDA was told on Thursday night.
Cherbourg’s Ration Shed Museum is counting down the days to the launch of the “Boys from Barambah”
Seventeen people have died on Queensland roads in the past 14 days, a figure that is alarming police
No one was seriously injured in a two-vehicle crash on the D’Aguilar Highway on Sunday afternoon
The Nanango Showground has been a hive of activity ahead of Saturday’s show
Kingaroy police are stunned that no one was killed when this Mitsubushi Magna rolled
UPDATED Noon: The Burnett Highway is now open after last night’s fatal collision between two trucks.
South Burnett rate notices are likely to stay quarterly … at least for the foreseeable future.
Holiday fun turned to pain for two young visitors to the region over the Easter Long Weekend
A gully near Nanango has been named Mangan Gully in honour of Gallipoli veteran Michael Mangan.
A decision to borrow $3 million to end flooding problems in Blackbutt’s CBD provoked debate at Wednesday’s South Burnett Regional Council meeting.
Kingaroy Shoppingworld would like to see one of their policies spread all over the South Burnett
Marches held in the South Burnett on Saturday drew a mixed response, organisers say
Seventy pigs on their way to Swickers at Kingaroy died when truck tips over at Porters Gap
It costs little to reseal a well maintained road but ten times as much to fix broken ones