Chief Magistrate Terry Gardiner has issued new practice directions which will affect the operation of South Burnett Magistrates Courts during the COVID-19 crisis.
Small businesses have been reminded again about the range of State and Federal government aids in place to help them survive the COVID-19 crisis.
South Burnett Regional Council is beginning a program to replace water meters in Proston and Nanango.
National lobby group GetUp! has called for the nationalisation of private hospitals in the wake of warnings by some they may have to close due to bans on elective surgery.
South Burnett Regional Council is closing its front counter services due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Food Standards Australia New Zealand – the body that develops standards to regulate the use of ingredients in food – is inviting submissions from the public about a new line of genetically modified corn.
Murgon and Kingaroy police stations will be getting two new police recruits each following the fast-tracking of the latest QPS graduations due to the COVID-19 crisis.
The Murgon Business and Development Association has reminded local businesses there are government packages designed to help businesses through the COVID-19 crisis.
Queensland Health confirmed on Sunday there are 31 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the State since Saturday, raising the total to 656.
Results are starting to trickle in from Saturday’s local government elections in Queensland after “technical issues” prevented the Electoral Commission of Queensland from updating its website until late last night.
There have now been 625 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Queensland, Queensland Health announced on Saturday.
Who will be leading the South Burnett on Monday? It’s all up to you!
The driver of an empty semi-trailer suffered serious burns in a truck fire on the Burnett Highway at Boonara on Friday night.
Toowoomba Regional Council will handle most customer enquiries by phone, email and other online channels only from Monday (March 30).
There have been reports of “vigilantism” in south-west Queensland due to COVID-19 panic, Member for Maranoa David Littleproud said on Friday.
Toowoomba Regional Council is immediately pausing all debt recovery for outstanding rates and charges due to the COVID-19 crisis.
The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry has called on the South Burnett Regional Council to waive fees and charges in the wake of the COVID-19 business shutdowns.
There have now been 555 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Queensland, Queensland Health announced on Friday afternoon.
South Burnett race clubs will be taking an enforced break over the next two months – and possibly longer – due to COVID-19.
Long-haul train and coach services within Queensland will be temporarily reduced as part of wider efforts to contain COVID-19.
Australia’s livestock industry has welcomed the assurance from Agriculture Minister David Littleproud that saleyards will continue to operate.
Livestock auctions are able to continue, Agriculture Minister David Littleproud confirmed on Friday.
The women of the Nanango RSL Citizen’s Auxiliary have perfect timing … in this rapidly changing world, their Book Fest sale last weekend would probably now be illegal.
Former South Burnett councillor Damien Tessmann will be developing his leadership skills even more after being selected for a spot in the elite Australian Rural Leadership Program.