Kumbia’s CBD upgrade will be completed by Christmas next year, even if it winds up costing more than originally planned.
South Burnett Regional Council will hire a contract bird catcher to relocate dangerous magpies from Council land.
North Burnett mayor Rachel Chambers will quit Council on December 11.
Boeing has selected Wellcamp Airport as its preferred site for an unmanned‑aircraft production facility, their first outside North America.
While some Ekka competitions did not go ahead in 2021, the “Education On Show” section was one of 17 already judged.
South Burnett Regional Council will investigate a proposal that a weir be built on Barambah Creek to expand irrigation in the Moffatdale area.
Two South Burnett projects targeting mental health and wellbeing have received grants from the Foundation for Rural Regional Renewal.
Queensland is reinstating border restrictions for the NSW shires of Byron and Tweed.
Toowoomba Regional Council will write to the State Government urging an immediate upgrade to the Wivenhoe Pump Station, saying it is critical to the future growth of the Toowoomba region.
Murgon Crusaders defeated A Grade newcomers Gympie Royals on Saturday in Round 2 of the Gympie cricket competition.
The Queensland Resources Council says the shortage of skilled workers is the number one threat to the future viability of mining.
The Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal is inviting applications for Round 2 of the Future Drought Fund’s “Networks to Build Drought Resilience” program.
Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry will be hosting a SMILE4Biz cocktail evening at Kingaroy Town Hall next month.
The popular crew from Blue Gum Farm TV will be coming to Kingaroy next week as part of a special school holiday treat for local children.
A red carpet awaited St Mary’s Catholic College Year 12 students when they rolled up to their glittering formal in Kingaroy last week.
A dozen Murgon State High School students enjoyed an opportunity of a lifetime on Thursday … the chance to make a short film with an Academy Award-winning cinematographer.
AgForce has called on the State Government to give rural firefighters “the recognition and legal protection they deserve”.
Kilkivan school teacher and author Amelia Olsen has bared her soul in her first work, “Dirt And Dust”, a true story of loss and journey peppered with humour.
TAFE Queensland invited businesspeople to a meet’n’greet recently to raise awareness about available courses
Several South Burnett community groups have joined forces to offer a free community dinner every Sunday afternoon in Kingaroy.