Police have suspended the search for missing man 58-year-old Robert Weber
Two men were due to appear in Kingaroy Magistrates Court on Monday to face multiple charges after an alleged incident in Kingaroy on Saturday morning.
Police have appealed to residents in the Mudlo Road area at Tansey to check their properties for a missing man.
Police have confirmed that a man has died in a single-vehicle crash at South Nanango on Monday morning.
A 22-year-old Murgon woman has died after a two-vehicle crash on the Chinchilla-Wondai Road at Cushnie on Friday morning.
Two rescue choppers were called to a serious head-on collision at South Nanango on Tuesday afternoon.
After months of rumours, it has been confirmed … a contract has been signed for the site of the former Murgon Meatworks.
Police are investigating a break-in at at hotel in Kingaroy Street, Kingaroy, at the weekend.
Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien has welcomed the approval of funding for several road upgrade projects in the local region.
Powerlink will be conduction helicopter inspections of powerlines in the South Burnett area over the next few months.
More locations have been added to Queensland Health’s contact tracing list after confirmation the partner of a quarantine hotel cleaner has now also tested positive.
The Greater Brisbane area’s strict lockdown ended at 6:00pm on Monday, but some restrictions will remain in place for another 10 days.
Anyone in the South Burnett who has visited the Greater Brisbane area – even for a medical appointment – since January 2 should self-isolate from 6:00pm on Friday, Mayor Brett Otto has warned.
A snap three-day lockdown of the Greater Brisbane area was announced by Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk on Friday morning.
A public health alert has been issued for locations across Brisbane following the confirmation that a quarantine hotel worker has tested positive to COVID-19.
A driver was trapped in the wreckage of her vehicle after a head-on collision on the D’Aguilar Highway near Nanango on Thursday afternoon.
Two people were taken to Kingaroy Hospital for observation after a minor collision in the Kingaroy CBD on Wednesday afternoon.
UPDATE January 12: The proposed “Royal Stampede” has now been cancelled.
Visitors are still allowed at all Queensland hospitals – as long as they have not been in a declared COVID-19 hotpot within the previous 14 days.
Fragments of the COVID-19 virus have been detected at four new locations in Queensland.