The annual Reclaim The Night march aims to make an impact, so there was no way it was going to be unnoticed in Kingaroy on Thursday night.
Australian businesses are being slowly strangled by increasingly complex regulations, and they’re producing a nation of people who don’t want to work.
A person has been transported to Kingaroy hospital after the car they were driving crashed on Saturday afternoon and caught fire.
It was very fitting that female riders dominated the show at last Saturday’s Wondai race meeting that included the running of the Monica Ryan Demircan Memorial.
Round 2 of the South Burnett Senior Cricket competition was played across the region, with Cherbourg, Vikings and Murgon notching up wins.
A six-month restoration of a “doctor’s buggy” by the volunteers at the Murgon Men’s Shed has brought memories flooding back for a local farming family.
The Blackbutt Avocado Festival’s organising committee, Bloomin’ Beautiful Blackbutt, has unveiled the draft Blackbutt Arts Strategy 2026 for public comment.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has welcomed the establishment of a taskforce by the Federal Government to examine regional bank closures.
Yarraman residents and businesses have been invited to have their say on how the Toowoomba region plans to grow over the next 30 years to support an extra 55,000 residents and 18,000 new homes.
Murgon Showgrounds will soon be sporting a new canteen to service the lower end of the grounds, thanks to a Community Grants program.
The COVID-19 virus will be circulating in the South Burnett and Cherbourg by early January – or maybe even before Christmas.
A man was taken to Kingaroy Hospital by ambulance after a single-vehicle rollover near Kumbia on Thursday night.
Monday afternoon’s storm has forced the Murgon Show Society to find an alternative venue for their October rodeo.
Woolworths has announced it intends to require its Australian workforce to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in the coming months.
Farmers affected by hail and storm damage from this week’s storms have been reminded they can apply for State Government assistance.
Pensioners who own dogs will need to ensure their pets are desexed and microchipped if they want to claim the maximum dog registration discount.
An interim report detailing the insurance crisis facing amusement ride operators was released this week by the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman.
A woman has been flown to hospital after she was seriously injured in a boating accident at Boondooma Dam on Thursday afternoon.
Four South Burnett high schools will be opening on Saturday to enable people to receive last-minute COVID-19 vaccinations.
Two people have been charged with traffic and drug offences after police stopped a vehicle in Murgon on Tuesday.