Ross River Fever isn’t enough to keep an old trouper down, even if he’s almost 91 years old!
Doomben will be the centre of attention for the State’s rural racing enthusiasts this weekend
Fifteen Traditional Owner organisations from across Queensland will share in 46 new Indigenous Land and Sea Ranger positions being funded by the State Government.
Two South Burnett RSL sub-branches have received funding under the latest round of funding from the State Government’s Anzac Day Trust Fund.
South Burnett Acting Mayor Gavin Jones confirmed on Thursday he will be putting his hand up for the role of mayor at the March local government elections.
Plenty Foods owner Josh Gadischke has been rubbing shoulders with potential buyers at a massive import expo in Shanghai.
Looking for a quirky and unusual Christmas present? Then why not drop into the Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery and have a look at some of the items they currently have on sale.
Misinformation spread on social media about plans for Kingaroy’s Adermann Park was quashed on Wednesday.
A driver – believed to be an adult woman – was taken to Murgon Hospital after a crash at Cinnibar, near Kilkivan, on Wednesday morning.
Heritage Bank is going through a re-branding process which will see branches being renamed to “People First Bank” next year.
Durong grazier Georgie Somerset AM has been appointed chair of the Royal Flying Doctor Service (Queensland).
Work to seal the last remaining gravel stretch of the Maidenwell-Bunya Mountains Road will begin in 2024.
A Phase 1 trial to test medical drone deliveries in the South Burnett is about to end, but Darling Downs Health is confident a second, larger trial, will be able to take off early next year.
The SES will shift from under the umbrella of Queensland Fire and Emergency Services to Queensland Police in July next year
TAFE Queensland has been recognised as the Large Training Provider of the Year at the prestigious 2023 Australian Training Awards.
Jason Ford is well-known in the South Burnett for his interest in everything culinary … but he’s also the region’s (and possibly the world’s) biggest Expo 88 expert.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington is disappointed the South Burnett has missed out on a program aimed to help older people feel more secure in their homes.
A driver was injured when his vehicle ran off the road and hit a tree at Kunioon on Tuesday afternoon.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington was the special guest at Nanango Fire Station last Monday night to congratulate local firefighters on their efforts.
Nanango’s Charlie Hughes recently completed a massive 226km fundraising walk … and has the blisters to prove it.