The Federal Government has released guidelines for the $1 million second round of Wine Export Grants to support smaller to medium wine producers.
Noticed the smoke around this week? That’s because there’s been a lot of permitted burns happening around the South Burnett.
World War II veterans – or the families of living veterans – have been invited to apply for a special commemorative medallion and certificate to mark the 75th anniversary of the end of the conflict.
Police are investigating a serious traffic crash which occurred at Imbil on Thursday night.
A new community group will be formed in a bid to take over the operation of Nanango’s historic Ringsfield complex.
Ever fancied owning Lady Bjelke-Petersen’s cake tins or Sir Joh’s walking stick? The current bid on Lloyds Auctions’ website are just $270 for the tins and $330 for the stick.
Small businesses have been encouraged to apply for grants to help lower their power bills … but Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien has warned they should act fast.
Malar-Booie Rural Fire Brigade now has some of the latest communication technology on board, just in time for the official start of Queensland’s bushfire season.
South Regional Council has urged local residents to “be alert, not alarmed” when it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Troubled mining company Moreton Resources – currently in liquidation – may have sold its silver holdings on the Granite Belt.
A service station employee was injured when a fuel drive-off went badly wrong in Kingaroy on Wednesday night.
A woman had to be cut free from her vehicle after a serious collision on the Brisbane Valley Highway on Wednesday afternoon.
Jen-Daview Limousins, from Kingaroy, has taken home the prestigious Grand Champion Led Steer Carcase award at the 2020 Royal Queensland Show.
South Burnett Regional Council has released the details of more of Mayor Brett Otto’s Rates Information sessions.
Will you get fined if you didn’t vote at the Council elections in March? The official response is … it depends.
A 55-year-old former BlueCare support worker pleaded guilty in Murgon Magistrates Court on Tuesday to five charges of stealing.
Opposition Leader and Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has slammed the actions of two people arrested in Nanango on Tuesday after allegedly lying on their border declaration forms.
Police are investigating two break-and-enters which occurred at Kingaroy businesses in the early hours of Monday morning.
Two Nanango residents will face charges after allegedly lying on their border entry passes.
Horse racing returned to the South Burnett on Saturday after an absence of almost six months … and the smiles on the faces of fans were easy to see.