Local derbies between Murgon and Cherbourg often produce fireworks but last Saturday’s A Grade rugby league game in Murgon was more fiery than most.
Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) will extend three economic development incentives to foster the development of aged care facilities, new industries and greenhouse horticulture in the Toowoomba region.
The young boys had cricket and football, but what about young girls? In the late 1950s and early 1960s, they were marching!
The Darling Downs Health mobile women’s health nurses have clinics planned for Proston, Nanango and Kingaroy in July.
The State Government is easing more COVID-19 restrictions, including lifting vaccination mandates for workers in schools and kindergartens.
Representatives from 20 community groups went home smiling after the successful applicants for Heritage Nanango’s annual community grants program were announced on Wednesday
Hopes that mental health services in the South Burnett could improve have been raised with news that work has begun on establishing the $3.4 million “Head to Health” adult mental health service promised for Kingaroy.
Racegoers at Lee Park on Saturday will take special interest in the last leg of the Burnett To The Beach series.
The Nanango Race Club will be wrapping up its 2021-22 racing season this weekend with their Winter Race Meeting.
New Acland Coal has agreed to spend $2 million to further rehabilitate about 100 hectares of land at its controversial mine near Acland.
Nanango women played a 2-all draw with Kingaroy Easts women in their soccer game played at Tom Alford Oval, Kingaroy, last Friday night.
Former Kingaroy State High School student Georgia Kerr is now the proud owner of a new iPad to help in her tertiary studies, thanks to the KCCI.
The death toll from COVID-19 within the Darling Downs Health region has risen to 47, taking the tally for June to nine.
Security cameras have been installed at multiple locations around Kingaroy by the South Burnett Regional Council.
Councillor Scott Henschen has warned conditions are ripe for cattle tick populations to “explode” in the South Burnett.
An inquest will be held in Brisbane in September to examine the circumstances surrounding the suspicious death of former Cherbourg woman Constance Watcho, 36.
The fourth annual Wondai Country Running Festival will spring into action this weekend on the South Burnett Rail Trail.
A Youth Mental Health First Aid course for parents and carers will be offered by Darling Downs Health at the Murgon-Cherbourg Youth Hub from next month.
Blackbutt residents should not be alarmed if they hear shooting in the Gilla area on June 30.
The Creative Country Association – the committee behind Murgon’s “Ancient Songbird Centre” museum and art gallery – is disappointed only two councillors turned up at their pre-arranged consultation meeting on Monday.