Kingaroy played host to another major conference in recent weeks … the biennial Red Ant Round-Up!
Eight new cases of community transmission of COVID-19 were confirmed by Queensland Health on Tuesday morning.
Queensland Health has clarified mask wearing rules in Queensland after public confusion sparked by comments at Monday morning’s media conference in Brisbane.
Total staff numbers at Kingaroy, Nanango and Murgon hospitals have risen since November, not fallen, according to Health Minister Yvette D’Ath.
The Priority 1A COVID-19 vaccination rollout is due to start in the South Burnett next week with the opening of a clinic at Kingaroy Hospital.
Vaccinations against COVID-19 received a big “thumbs up” from the first group to receive their injections in Kingaroy on Monday.
Phase 1b of Australia’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout will start on Monday (March 22).
A come-and-try day for anyone interested in wheelchair basketball will be held at the South Burnett PCYC in Murgon on Saturday, April 17.
A public health alert has been issued for parts of Brisbane in the wake of the COVID-19 case from Princess Alexandra Hospital which was confirmed on Friday night.
Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane was placed into immediate lockdown on Friday night after a positive COVID-19 case was detected.
A teenage girl had to wait more than four weeks to get the results of a Kingaroy Hospital x-ray, according to Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington.
Health Minister Yvette D’Ath has responded to letters from local MP Deb Frecklington in regards to flooding and demolition work at the new Kingaroy Hospital, but questions about staffing levels still remain unanswered.
Toowoomba Hospital and QEII Hospital in Brisbane will become Queensland’s latest AstraZeneca vaccination hubs this week.
A special Expo which aimed to “fill in the gaps” in knowledge about what disability supports are available in the South Burnett was held at Kingaroy Showgrounds on Sunday morning.
The demolition of the old Kingaroy Hospital building is about to start.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has quizzed the State Government over staffing levels at three South Burnett hospitals.
Queensland will remove New Zealand as a “safe travel country” from Wednesday night (February 24).
A free, six-week course focussing on health and resilience will kick off in Proston on Wednesday morning (February 24).
Toowoomba businessman Clive Berghofer has launched a petition opposing the proposed Wellcamp quarantine facility.
Kingaroy resident Jocelyn Clancy is taking on a “hair dare” to help raise funds for the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.