Health

E Coli Detected In Water

E Coli Detected In Water

A boil water alert has been issued for Cherbourg, with Council advising all residents on Friday morning they should boil tap water used for drinking until further notice.

Have You Booked Your Bus Seat?

Have You Booked Your Bus Seat?

Council is reminding South Burnett residents to book their buses for a free trip to Kingaroy to catch up with league great Johnathan Thurston in the Kingaroy Town Hall Forecourt next Tuesday.

Doctors Urge Flu Vax Now

Doctors Urge Flu Vax Now

South Burnett residents are being encouraged to protect themselves against influenza as the cooler months start to set in.

KCCI To Host Relay For Life Brekkie

KCCI To Host Relay For Life Brekkie

The South Burnett’s annual Relay For Life fundraising campaign for Cancer Council Queensland will kick off next month with a special breakfast at the Kingaroy RSL Club.

Life-Saving Workshop On Bunyas

Life-Saving Workshop On Bunyas

The Bunya Mountains Community Association Inc (BMCAI) recently hosted a special workshop that just might save a life someday, thanks to a grant from the Ergon Community Fund.

Rotary Steps In To Help

Rotary Steps In To Help

South Burnett Care in Kingaroy now has a new multi-purpose home cinema system thanks to a $3000 donation from Rotary.

Meet JT At Free Community Event

Meet JT At Free Community Event

Rugby league legend Johnathan Thurston will be coming to the South Burnett next month to talk to local schoolchildren, but there will also be an opportunity for everyone else to meet him!

Rural GPs Press For Reforms

Rural GPs Press For Reforms

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) is urging whichever party wins the Federal Election to boost support for GPs in rural and remote areas.

MPs Collect Mental Health Evidence

MPs Collect Mental Health Evidence

A State Parliament Select Committee paid a whistlestop visit to Kingaroy on Wednesday to collect information about the mental health issues faced by the South Burnett community.

Death Toll Rises To 27

Death Toll Rises To 27

The death toll from COVID-19 in the Darling Downs Health region has risen to 27, with two more fatalities reported by Queensland Health on Wednesday.