Traces of the COVID-19 virus have been detected in the sewage at two more sites in south-east Queensland.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington says she is focussed on three key goals for 2021: road funding, health services and water security.
A teenager has been flown to hospital in a critical condition after an incident at Linville on Sunday night.
Pandemic disruptions hit most South Burnett sporting codes this year, but none more so that rugby league.
During December, several racing players have come by a variety of pre-festive season presents.
A popular type of apple juice sold in Woolworths in Queensland has been recalled due to contamination.
Confused about the new Health Direction that requires businesses in the hospitality industry to keep electronic records?
A Queensland resident – in home quarantine after returning from NSW – has tested positive to COVID-19, Health Minister Yvette D’Ath confirmed on Thursday morning.
A man aged in his 30s was taken to hospital after a single-vehicle crash at Woolooga on Wednesday night.
Don’t be surprised if you see a lot more girls playing cricket after a two-day clinic held in Nanango last week.
Toowoomba Regional Council has closed Cressbrook and Perseverance Dams for water-based activities until further notice.
Detectives have charged a 55-year-old man following an investigation into the wounding of a man in Proston on November 20.
Paramedics assessed two people after a collision near the intersection of Pitt and Izzards Road at South Nanango on Tuesday afternoon.
The recent corroboree held at the Bunya Mountains had special meaning for Wakka Wakka woman Aneta Dodd who dreams of bringing language and culture to a new generation.
Work on a new footpath in Markwell Street, Kingaroy, will begin in mid-January.
Toowoomba Mayor Paul Antonio has welcomed the State Government’s commitment to include the Darling Downs as one of three regional water assessment projects.
South Burnett Regional Council will resume its town sign installation program in January.
Queensland’s agribusiness and food sector is holding firm in the face of COVID-19, according to the State Government, with new data showing the 2020-21 forecast value of primary industries commodities to be $18.4 billion.
Checkpoints have now been reinstated at all major Queensland border crossings.
Phase 2 of the $2 million Burnett Water Feasibility Study – the “Options Analysis” – has been released, inching forward the eventual construction of the much-discussed Barlil Weir on Barambah Creek.